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Nasbar Corona Micro Pump - Road tires

Old 06-01-07, 11:22 AM
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Nasbar Corona Micro Pump - Road tires

Anybody have any experience with Nashbar Corona Micro Pumps, specifically with road tires (ie: 100 psi). These pumps look pretty compact at 6-1/2" length when closed. The price is OK too. But I want to find out if anyone has used them on road tires for high pressure, and if they work.
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My Nashbar Convertible pump just failed after <10 uses (when I had 2 simultaneous flats, no less!). Frame pumps are not a good place to "save money" by buying knockoffs--you'll wish you'd spent a few extra bucks when you're in the middle of nowhere with a flat and a non-working pump. Trust me on this one...
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