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Lezyne Digital Pressure Drive Pump

$74.99

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Accurate inflation that fits in your pocket.

Keep the Digital Pressure Drive Pump handy as a lightweight inflation companion on long rides where pinch flats and goat heads are common, as well as road trips to your favorite riding destinations. This compact hand pump easily fits in your back jersey pocket or hydration pack, so you can inflate tires on long road rides and extended trail missions, especially in remote areas where help is a long way off in case of a flat.

Perhaps most impressive, the highly accurate digital gauge comes in handy for fine-tuning tire pressures to your exact specifications, depending on the scenario and terrain you're about to embark upon with your road and mountain bikes. It's made of CNC-machined aluminum and Composite Matrix for an ideal blend of durability, precise inflation over time, and lightweight carrying. The Flip-Thread Chuck inflates both Presta and Schrader valves (also works with rarely seen Dunlop valves), complete with an Air Bleed System (ABS) to bleed excess air trapped inside the hose for easier valve removal.

  • Highly accurate, ultra-compact hand pump
  • Digital gauge for fine-tuning tire pressure
  • Compact design easily fits in hydration packs and pockets
  • Durable aluminum and lightweight Composite Matrix design
  • Flip-Thread Chuck inflates Presta, Schrader, Dunlop valves
  • Air Bleed System removes excess air from the inflation hose
  • Item #LED007J

Material
CNC-machined aluminum, Composite Matrix
Dimensions
6.7 inches
Valve Type
Flip-Thread Chuck for Presta, Schrader, Dunlop valves
Max Pressure
120psi
Deflate
Air Bleed System (ABS) removes excess air from hose
Claimed Weight
133g
Recommended Use
bike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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>Rating: 1

Does not work

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Gauge mostly just does NOT work, & if you get it to work It’s off& extremely difficult to get an accurate reading- often not at all. I have temporarily got it to work by removing battery but why bother. Save your $