Radhika Sawhney

Brilliant Keychain Bike Pump Fits in the Palm of Your Hand!

by , 09/14/12

Patrick Ramey, Bike Pump Adapter, Bike Pump Key-chain, Bicycle Flat Tire, Tire Air Refill, Functional Object, Industrial Design, Key-chain Design, Design for Cyclists, Air Pump Adapter

City streets are a rough place for cyclists – they’re strewn with bits of glass, metal, and potholes, so popping a flat is virtually inevitable. Fortunately, designer Pat Ramey has created a brilliant Bike Pump Keychain that fits in the palm of your hand and can have you riding again in a jiffy – simply attach the adapter to an air compressor found at any gas station and fill ‘er up. The best part is that you’ll never have to lug around a cumbersome pump – a patch kit and the $12 keychain adapter are all you need.

+ This is a BIke Pump

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  1. Jon Beyer April 25, 2014 at 9:53 pm

    How is this a pump? This is just an tire chuck that every gas station with an air compressor would already have. And how do you know that your air fitting would match the gas station’s hose coupling? There are several types, only some of which are compatible. This is $15 of stupid.

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