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Muc-Off Boosts Trailside Repairs w/ Mini Pump & Tool

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The new AirMach Mini and 17-In-1 Minitool expand Muc-Off’s Hardware Division with two options for fixing your bike mid-ride and keep it black and pink.

The AirMach Mini has an alloy barrel and piston with a reversible CNC-machined head to fit Presta and Schrader valve stems. The hose slides out so you won’t yank or break off the valve stem.

It’s just 78g (without holster) and inflates to 110psi, making it great for gravel, MTB, and “modern” road tubeless tires. It’s also tiny, measuring just 155mm long and 24.5mm round, which is enough to push plenty of air per stroke. MSRP is $40.

The 17-In-1 Minitool has alloy side bars with Chromium-Vanadium Steel tools. It’s got (almost) all of what you’d need:

  • Hex 2/2.5/3/4/5/6/8mm
  • Phillips 1/2
  • T25 Torx
  • SL5 Flat Head
  • Bottle opener / spoke wrench: Shimano (4.3/4.4/hex4.6) / Mavic m7
  • Steel chain breaker for 9/10/11 speed

Assuming that chainbreaker will work with 12-speed chains, too (which, you could probably make it work), should be all good. The 75x43x10mm dimensions are big enough to get a hold of, and it’s only $25. Or $28 with a Cordura case, which is a good idea if you’re shoving it into a saddle bag or something right next to a tube so you don’t wear a hole in the tube.


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Tony pep
Tony pep
8 months ago

I think I would NEED it to work with 12 speed to carry in the shop? It’s not like companies are making fewer speeds

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