OneUp EDC's Hidden tool pump

OneUp EDC's Hidden tool pump

Bicycle Pump OneUp EDC 70 cc/100 cc with Multitools hidden

Discover the inflation pump EDC that gives us the brand OneUp, a very complete accessory that all rider should have with him:D

The Canadian brand one Up has manufactured this pump of inflation in texturized aluminium 6061-T6 in order to provide it with greater durability and guaranteed lightness. In addition, despite being an all-in-one, this pump surprises the large amount of air it works with: 70 cc/100 cc.

The area where "enters" the valve has a considerable depth so that it does not double or break; On the other hand, removing the nozzle will not unscrew the core.

When removing the pump head, it becomes a applicator for a Co2 bottle.

Another highlight of the bicycle pump OneUp EDC of 70cc and 100c is what hides inside: a very complete multitool.

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What is included in the hidden multitools of the OneUp EDC bicycle pump?

  • Allen 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm
  • Torx T25
  • Flat-head screwdriver.
  • Open/Close Quick link
  • A detachable tyre.
  • Radio Wash 0.1, 2, 3.
  • Troncha chain.
  • Quick link.

Technical characteristics of the bike pump ONEUP EDC

  • Made of 6061-T6 aluminium.
  • Pump capacity: 70 cc and 100 cc.
  • Valid for Presta valves.
  • Convertible head into a CO2 bottle applicator.
  • Weight: 267 grams (pump and multitool).
  • Size: 24.5 cm.

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