CO2 Inflation Nozzle + 16g Cartridge

€ 9.00

Designed for inflating tyres quickly and effortlessly.

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SKU: S144771 (1843254)
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Product benefits
  1. Easy transport
    Sold without attachment system. Compatible with B'Twin universal system.
  2. Power
    Max. pressure: road bike tyres up to 9 bars/130 PSI.
  3. Ease of use
    Ease of use
    Clip connection to the valve. Universal tip for any valve.
  4. Compact design
    Compact design
    Weight: 93g Size: 12.4 cm
Product feature
  1. Weight
    full cartridge + inflator + protection: 93g Inflator alone: 28 g
  2. Inflating efficiency
    A 16 g CO₂ cartridge can inflate tyres to the following pressures: ROAD: 700x23C: 9 bar/130 PSI 700x25C: 7.5 bar/108 PSI 700x28C: 6 bar / 87 PSI MTB: 29" x 2.1": 2.1 bar/30 PSI 26" x 2.4": 1.8 bar/26 PSI 26" x 1.95": 2.7 bar/ 39 PSI 24" x 2": 2.9 bar / 42 PSI 20" x 2": 3.3 bar / 48 PSI
  3. Recommendations for use
    1. Screw the cartridge into the nozzle to pierce the cartridge so it's ready to use. 2. Hold the cartridge by the plastic cover to protect your hands while the cartridge cools down while inflating. 3. Place the nozzle straight over the valve and push firmly to insert the valve into the nozzle in order to release the air.
  4. Puncture tips
    While inflating, push on the outside of the tyre near the valve with your other hand to prevent the valve from receding into the tyre when pushing on it with the cartridge.
  5. Recycling
    The CO2 cartridge is composted of 100% steel and can therefore be recycled.
Product testing
  1. Product restrictions
    Only use with B'TWIN compatible cartridges.
  2. Product catchline
    Quick, effortless inflation! Universal inflation nozzle that can be used on any type of valve.
Product reviews
4.08 / 5
13 reviews
11 users recommend this product
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  • Worked fine but not sure if broken

    Greg (United Kingdom)
    Used for 1 week or less
    Used it once and it did the job but I think a bit of metal sheared off on the bit that pierces the canister. Is it suppose to be pointed like to help pierce or will that let air escape?
  • Worth it

    Mike (United Kingdom)
    Used for 1 week or less
    Does exactly what it says on the tin
    Inflated in seconds
  • Have in reserve

    David (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    Fortunately I’ve not had to use it yet so can’t really comment on it’s merrits which hopefully life up to the hype
  • bought two both went bad after a first use

    D (United Kingdom)
    Used for 1 week or less
    Worst product I have used in a while. Cartridge leaks uncontrollably after first use. I dissasembled the faulty items and in both cases found a shard of metal inside which had sliced the rubber sealing grommets. Imagine getting stranded somewhere with a puncture and this happens. The inflator is a piece of emergency equipment and its totally unreliable. Appaling.
    Response of the brand
    Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback of this CO2 inflator. I'm sorry to read that the seal is damaged and faulty. If this is the case, then please return it to us for an exchange.
    I'd also like to point out that it is a single use cartridge item meaning that one 16g CO2 canister will inflate a single tyre with very little CO2 or any left. If you are inflating a larger MTB tyre, then a 20g cartridge is required.
    Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
  • Very poor items

    Ken (United Kingdom)
    Used for 1 week or less
    I'm glad I wasn't in the wilderness when I tried this out! The first cartridge would not pierce and the second stuck 'open' so drained itself!
    Response of the brand
    Thank you for taking the time to share your experience of this CO2 inflator. Generally speaking, you will need or use up a full canister to inflate your tyre. It is also true to say that sealing the head of the valve is very hard and for this reason they are commonly an "use only once" item. The cartridge can then be recycled in your usual recycling bin at home. This is a link to a good article written by on this very subject, well worth a read:
    Peter, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
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