Tubeless booster and drinking bottle in one - the milKit booster replaces a conventional compressor, is inexpensive, lightweight, and very easy to handle. For increased safety and durability, the revised second version of the booster head uses a more robust material and features structural reinforcements that include an additional steel reinforcement ring.
To mount a tubeless tire, it takes a massive blast of air to quickly push the tire bead into the rim flange and seal the tire. With a conventional air pump this rarely works, depending on the tire and rim combination. Compressors are often used for this purpose, which can be found at petrol stations or in garages. To make this possible on the road and without a compressor, there is now the Tubeless Booster from MilKit. A particular advantage: the bottle can also be used as a drinking bottle as a nice side effect.
More efficient inflation, and it even doubles as your water bottle to be taken on rides.
A milKit Booster is a revolutionary tool that enables bikers to inflate tubeless tires without a large & costly air compressor. It makes mounting tubeless at home or trailside easy!
The milKit Booster provides a lightweight, and easy-to-use answer for those looking at how to inflate a tubeless tire. With up to 11 bar / 160psi pressure available, your tire will immediately seat safely on the rim and seal evenly.
An aluminum bottle is the base of the Booster system, which works in a few simple steps:
Instructions are even printed on the bottle, so it couldn’t be any easier!
Inflating tubeless tires with the milKit Booster is more efficient than any other existing solution as there are no additional hoses or valves. This means the full air pressure goes straight to your valve.
The milKit Booster is small and very lightweight, only 150 grams / 5.3 oz, and therefore can be brought along in the back of the car or on any ride. The option to use the Booster as a water bottle makes it the perfect, 2-in-1 product. A separate bottle cap is included in the booster packs.
The new 0.75L / 25 fl oz bottle fits into a bottle cage and is still large enough to be able to inflate even the most stubborn tires, from the road up to 29 plus, really well.