SILCA releases The Gravelero mini-pump

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Indianapolis/Amsterdam–23/08/22– Silca today announced the release of the GRAVELERO mini-pump, a slick small pump that fits in your pocket, or can be mounted to your frame, and brings all the benefits of Silca's multi-awarded inflation technology.

We know that when it comes to adventure, pump reliability is a must, and when it comes to pumps, Silca continues pushing the boundaries through technology and design.

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The GRAVELERO mini-pump builds from the same hose, chuck, and plunger design of its multi-award winning Tattico pump, in a package that pushes 35% more air from the same overall length. The design has been further refined for gravel and off-road use with a smooth outer texture and improved sealing to reject dirt and mud while also making for easy cleaning.

A reversible chuck makes the pump suitable both for Schrader or Presta, while the whole pump has been conceived both with high and low-pressure tires in mind.

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Each GRAVELERO Mini Pump includes a frame mount bracket for a convenient storage location on the bicycle with quick-release straps. The pump is also light enough to be carried in your back jersey pocket.

Users can also get creative, ​​as the simple design of the GRAVELERO can be customized either by laser inscription or custom paint. The smooth surface allows for the perfect canvas to inspire your creative side, so grab some masking tape and make a special edition.

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SPECIFICATIONS

• Light-weight, aluminum handle and barrel

• Retractable hose

• Thumb-lock, reversible chuck: Schrader or Presta

• 80 psi

• 9.5 inch / 243mm length

• 139 grams

• Includes direct-mount bracket with retaining strap

Retails for $75 USD/ €75 EURO

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