The Portland Design Works Shiny Object CO2 Inflator is constructed from the ever-durable aluminum alloy. And considering that it's smaller in stature than a CO2 cartridge, there's no reason to be stranded with a flat -- that is, unless you forgot a tube. Hey, things happen. But the Shiny Object's clever design makes it something that we carry almost solely to show off after situations of duress. The Object threads onto 16g CO2 cartridges, and it features a control knob to regulate CO2 output. The operation is a breeze. Simply, turn the knob clockwise to close the valve, thread on your CO2, and then turn the knob counter-clockwise to inflate your tube. The inflator is compatible with both Presta and Schrader. We know that you'll be glad to have it around.The Portland Design Works Shiny Object CO2 Inflator is available in one size and one color. It's compatible with 16g threaded CO2 cartridges and both Presta and Schrader valve types.
Not sure of what is what with how they work. Looking for a simple, basic and light weight. Would like to know what to look for and to avoid. Any help on using them would be appreciated!
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I lost my inflator. I tend to carry just one cartridge so I want something very reliable. Whether it costs $12 or $24 I don't care. Cheaper than a taxi home. I want reliability and fool proof, no-leak operation.
Looking at a few options:
Lezyne makes nice stuff.
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Just picked up replacement cartridges (16g threaded food grade MOSA) on eBay and thought I got a great deal - too bad they don't work. The seller assured me they would but the CO2 comes out the bottom of the inflator head not through the valve stem barrrel.
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Anyone using a Lezyne co2 inflator? I am wondering if they work with 12g threaded co2?
I am new to the co2 process and any comments appreciated. I want something reliable, easy to use etc. Is 16g better than 12g for inflating size 23 tires to 95 lbs?
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