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Perfection is possible.
If someone told you "Build a pump that's light enough to ride with, durable enough to use every day, compatible with Presta and Schrader valves, outfitted with an integrated pressure gauge and bleed valve, complete with an extendable hose, and capable of putting down 50 PSI," you'd probably be like "Nah." That's what makes you and Lezyne different, though, because the Gauge Drive HV can do all that. Its high-volume design is perfect for pumping up MTB tires when you're on the go, and the CNC-machined aluminum and composite body is nice to look at and makes it pleasure to use. The extendable hose means no awkward twisting and bending, and the bleed valve lets you pop off a few PSI without any guesswork.
- CNC-machined aluminum and composite
- Presta and Schrader valve compatibility
- 90 PSI max pressure
- Integrated pressure gauge and bleed valve
- Extendable hose
- Item #LED002M
- Q & A
1 Star Plus or Minus 3 Stars
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
The Pump is excellent. It is the best constructed pump I've used. It inflates my mountain bike tires with no problem, and surprisingly quickly. Well machined and looks solid. Also having the hose is a step above anyone else, you don't have to be in an awkward position to be pumping up your tire.
The gauge on the other hand is awful. Its hard to read, but more importantly it is very inaccurate. Even if the gauge reads the same thing for a few different tires they could be 5 PSI or more apart from each other. Not to mention it will read 50 PSI when you are really at 35.
Also, the clip for your bottle cage mount is not good. How can you make a pump this good and then spend 30 seconds designing a bike mount?
But, don't let that stop you from getting this pump. It is seriously great.
Lezyne makes their Gauge Drive pump in both a HV and a HP model, Backcountry list two Gauge Drive HP pumps which is confusing but if you look at the specs listed on this one it appears that this is actually the Gauge Drive HV, is it?
You are right, this is actually the HV pump. We are getting the title changed.