Tuesday, January 18, 2011 12.00pm
By Robin Weaver, Mountain Biking UK
There are a lot of mini pumps out there that won’t live up to their own hype, but luckily the Mountain Morph from Topeak isn’t one of them. Measuring in at 330mm, while it may not be the smallest pump ever, it’ll still fit in most packs and the robust construction means it’ll stand up to a load of abuse.
The flip-out foot stand and lockable T-handle allow for a more convenient and improved pumping action with a lot less wobble and faffing than your regular mini pump. Reaching those high pressures is rapid and easily achieved meaning you can get back on the trail super-quick.
The pump head secures tightly to the valve and can be swapped between presta and Schrader relatively easily. At £25, it’s good value and if ours is anything to go by, should take a proper battering and keep working just as well as the day you got it.
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