The Cannondale Airspeed Max has a fold-out foot and T-shaped handle but, unlike some other mini pumps, no gauge. It comes with a screw-on chuck.
By swivelling the base of the Airspeed you can switch from high volume to high pressure pumping, and on a road tyre this is after about 30 strokes or so. The action is relatively short and the shaft fairly wide, creating a solid action.
The screw-on chuck is a little awkward to engage but creates a firm air-loss-free link when secured, and we could get 100psi in our tyres nearer to 200 strokes, though its shortish stroke makes it harder to get much higher.
This article was originally published in Cycling Plus magazine, available on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.