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Innovations Ultraflate Plus Inflator

The Genuine Innovations Proflate 16 CO2 inflator is designed for performance minded road and off-road cyclists and is our best selling trigger grip infaltor. The Ultraflate Plus is easier and faster to setup and operate than any of Innovations previous cupped inflators. New features include a cup safety lock, pressurized cartridge indicator, Presta/Schrader valve auto detect dispensing outlet, and a built-in dust cap. A visual pop-out pressure indicator and a cartridge cup lock system are automatically activated when a charged CO2 cartridge is in the inflator. Includes 1 - 16 gram cartridge.


  • 1.85" x 1.26" x 5.06"
  • Fast, one-hand operation
  • Auto detection of Presta and Schrader valves
  • A built in water and dirt shield is automatically activated during use

    Please note: This item can only ship UPS Ground

  • $16.95
    Sale Price
    Reg Price $19.95
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    Posted on 12/30/2008 6:46:14 PM

    I’ve been packing the older version of this product for about 5 years. It’s very easy to use, takes 12/16 threaded or unthreaded cartridges. I carry mine loaded with the co2 cartridge carried upside down so I don’t accidentally discharge it. One plus is you can regulate the flow of co2. I use 12g unthreaded cartridges with a mini pump. I use the mini to seat the tire and inflate to about 40 pounds and finish off with the Ultraflate Plus. I have more problems with the mini pump than the Ultraflate. 5 years and still ticking after using it about a zillion times speaks for itself...