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MOSA CO2 Tyre Inflator
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Recently bought the above from <!-- w --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.tyreinflators.co.uk">www.tyreinflators.co.uk</a><!-- w -->

It's a non-branded C02 tyre inflator which accepts Non-Threaded 16g Co2 cartridges and can accept Presta or Shrader valves.

At the great price of £4.88 it was worth a punt to try out.

Its a very robust and solid feeling inflator, with safety lock to avoid accidental firing and strong trigger to control flow rate (some more expensive models dont even have this)

From flat, 1 cartridge filled my 2.35 26" Maxxis tyre/tube combo to a nice but not rock-hard feel (dont know pressure, sorry). Full inflation takes about 2 seconds!

Much debate surrounds if CO2 is a good thing to carry incase of extra punctures etc as you only have a set amount of chances (depending on how many carts you carry)

As Im wishing to enter 2 (am I mad?) Enduros this year, I took the punt as want something lightweight and FAST.

If I was on a trail like Swinely for the day, I probably wouldnt take it, but for a circuit event where you are fairly close to home/base this is ideal to keep in your saddlebag or pocket.
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#2
Just dont make the mistake i made of not wearing clothes whilst using one :o that hurt... LOTS  Undecided
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#3
&quot;TooYoungToKnow&quot; Wrote:Just dont make the mistake i made of not wearing clothes whilst using one :o that hurt... LOTS  Undecided

I shudder to think what situation lead you to thinking that inflating a tyre was more crucial than putting clothes on!  Smile
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#4
Lol i assume he means gloves ;D
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#5
&quot;Treehugger&quot; Wrote:Lol i assume he means gloves ;D

It was funnier when he meant clothes ;D
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#6
:o im  full of mistakes

note the time that was posted  just after i got back from work, i wasent with it Tongue
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#7
&quot;TooYoungToKnow&quot; Wrote::o im  full of mistakes

note the time that was posted  just after i got back from work, i wasent with it Tongue

...and you were clearly thinking about not having any clothes on  Wink

I beleive that is referred to as a Freudian Slip... Lol
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#8
&quot;pittgoat&quot; Wrote:...and you were clearly thinking about not having any clothes on  Wink

I beleive that is referred to as a Freudian Slip... Lol

ok ok i confess  Wink

only joking Big Grin
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#9
"A Freudian slip is like saying one thing, but meaning your mother."
Keep it foolish...
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#10
&quot;alkali&quot; Wrote:"A Freudian slip is like saying one thing, but meaning your mother."

Lol  ;D
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