The only one-handed inflator
The Prestaflator Mini is held in one hand while you push it onto the Presta valve – Inflate – and then pull it off. This leaves your other hand free to hold the bike! At no time do you need two hands for installation or operation. Prestacycle’s Quick-Click2™ Presta head provides a good seal, yet is gentle on tire valves – including tubeless and removable valve core products.
Delivers pre-set pressure
Dial-in the pressure you want using the Regulator on your Air Compressor. There’s no guesswork and no over-filling when the Regulator pressure is set to your desired Tire pressure. You’ll hear the air flowing into your tire for a few seconds, and when you don’t hear it anymore – you’re done. The tire is at the exact pressure you pre-set.
Prestacycle offers our new optional Digital Pressure Gauge for Air Compressors. Dial-in 0.5 PSI accuracy between 1 and 300 PSI for inflating your tires! Our unique inflation gauge has an auto-on and auto-off feature. The gauge has two sleep levels. Once you turn it on, the back-lit display will remain on as long as pressure is changing. The display will go to sleep after a short while of inactivity – but if the pressure reading changes the display will wake-up again. You only need to turn the gauge on once after a prolonged rest.
The Prestaflator Digital Gauge uses standard 1/8″ threads common on many Air Compressors. It has a deep wrench connection for easy installation. 2 1/3″ overall diameter will fit in the correct position on most regulators. Please check your Air Compressor first, or email us with your Compressor Brand and Model if you’re not sure.
Cycling Specific flow valve
Inside the Prestaflator Mini is a 6061-T6 Alloy variable-rate flow valve we’ve engineered specifically for bicycle tires. The tool is so small – it fits in your palm with your hand wrapped around it. It’s easy to squeeze the trigger in your palm to make air flow faster or slower. Gentle air-flow for inflation – or a powerful blast for seating tubeless tires.
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