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    Monday
    Oct092017

    Not Only Is This Bike Air Pump Small & Powerful, It Has Bluetooth!

    It's the new Tattico Bluetooth Pump shown at Interbike 2017. This mini Bluetooth pump (just 9 1/2” long) works with the iGauge app to let a biker accurately check tire pressure as they pump. When a biker starts pumping air into the tire, the free iGauge app displays the tire pressure on their smartphone screen (iOS or Android) in easy-to-read large digits. Because many bikers go over rough terrain, the TATTICO Bluetooth gauge is isolated in a fully sealed, shock-proof and waterproof section within the pump body. To keep the pump small, the hose and tire value fittings are stored right inside the pump body. Includes a direct-mount backed with retaining strap. Shipping October 2017. MSRP $120.

    Company website: https://silca.cc/products/tattico-bluetooth-mini-pump  

     

    Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2xaSknS

     

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