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OneUp EDC tool/pimp/system.
 

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17619
Location: Portland, OR

1/14/20 1:38 PM

OneUp EDC tool/pimp/system.

Anyone seen this setup. Pricey, but seems innovative and very high quality.

VID show the steerer install. But it also can install into the EDC pump which would be my choice. Caveat; more of a non road solution due to pump limits for higher pressures yada.

I meant 'pump', but it is pretty pimp, so I left it. ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-E4gy3bubJk


Industry Nine MatchStix is pretty cool too.

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Brian Nystrom
Joined: 26 Jan 2004
Posts: 4565
Location: Nashua, NH

1/14/20 6:13 PM

It's a nice design and appears to be well-executed, but I have no problems with wearing a pack, especially since in addition to carrying my tools, food, spares and pruning saw, it's my primary source of hydration. I guess I'm saying that I don't see the point, for me, anyway.

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17619
Location: Portland, OR

1/14/20 7:25 PM

I dislike the heat of a backpack personally, when there is heat. 36^ bike ride today, broke out the merino Kirchner jersey.

That said, first part... I usually have a full frame pump onboard road, and a few 14" specialized that mount with a mount under the WB cage for lower pressure use. Had all these for many seasons and holding up well.

If I was in the market, I'd maybe drop hints for b-day upcoming...

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