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Lezyne Pressure Drive Pump

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It makes a lot of sense.

Lezyne has made portable bike pumps an art form. These beautifully designed pumps are more than pretty, however. The CNC-machined Pressure Drive pump makes your miserable road- or trail-side repair a bit less miserable with a large, 20mm barrel that inflates your tire faster and a removable hose that doesn’t have to be held at exactly the right angle, like most mini pumps. The thread on head means that you don’t have to hold the pump between your spokes, either.

The high-pressure design was made to pump up road bike tires—it goes all the way to 120psi. Lezyne was also thoughtful enough to include a frame mount for convenience.

  • CNC-machined aluminum
  • 20mm barrel diameter
  • Thread-on head
  • Air Bleed equipped
  • High pressure design
  • Frame mount included
  • Item #LED0123

Material
aluminum
Dimensions
(small) 170 mm, (medium) 216 mm
Valve Type
Presta
Max Pressure
120 PSI 8.3 bar
Deflate
yes, ABS (Air Bleed Equipped)
Claimed Weight
90 g
Recommended Use
roadside inflation
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 1

Returning - inside full smashed rubber

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
True to size

Took hose out and covered in smashed rubber or clay? Maybe a smashed gasket.

>Rating:

Pump Hose Photo

Here is what the pump hose looked like when first taken out.

Here
>Rating:

Brand New and full of crushed rubber

Just got brand new pump. Took hose out and covered in smashed rubber or smashed gasket? Sending back. Back to Topeak pumps.

Just
>Rating: 3

Lyzene HV Air pump

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Claims it will reach 120psi but I can only get 60psi to65 on 25mm tires. From that point on, I find it very hard to pump anymore air into it.

>Rating: 5

This is the best bicycle tire pump.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This is the best bicycle tire pump.

>Rating: 5

Handy Pump

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

So far it's been a great pump. Pumps up your tires quickly and the bleed valve is a neat feature. The design is unique since you have one hose that's housed inside the pump and it accommodates different valves. Light and very compact!

>Rating: 5

Excellent pump

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I really like the frame holder, i bought the smaller one and size is perfect for the frame of a road bike or jersey's pocket, it will get you out of trouble

>Rating: 5

Pump it real good

This pump is pretty handy to have around when your on your rides. Very easy to bring along without it being a nuisance on your rides.

>Rating: 5

Pump up the jam

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Luckily I still haven't had a need to use the pump yet, but pumped to know I have it on every ride. Fits great in my pack, good design and easy to use. The flexibility of the hose, lightweight, and high pressure capacity makes for a great pump.

>Rating: 5

Excellent Pump!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Received this for Christmas and used it on my third ride of the year as I flatted out on some early season road junk. This pump is light, easy to use and pumps up quick. Flexible hose is critical and a great feature.

>Rating: 5

Great Lezyne Product

I have the small size of this mounted on my road bike frame and keep the medium in my mountain bike pack. It's light, durable, and works great. I particularly like the flexible hose that's removable. Well done!

>Rating: 5

Hanz and Franz would want to pump it up

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Listen... this is a hand-held pump- not too exciting right? It does what it's supposed to do, and it does it well. It's also beautiful which is always nice. Small enough to fit in a jersey pocket, and the flex hose makes sure you don't break off your valve stem when pumping like a maniac.

>Rating: 5

Great pump

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

It's very small and easy to carry on your rides. But don't think that because of it's size it lacks of power. I can pump my road bike tires up to 120 psi (with some effort)

>Rating: 5

Perfect size

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I like this little pump because it fits in my shirt pocket, I can barely feel it when riding. It's super light (I got he small one) yet, it feels sturdy. Nicest touch it's the hidden hose which makes it even easier when pumping air into your presta or schrader tyre valves (yes it can do both).

>Rating: 5

Great little pump

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

With a little bit of effort you can get 100 PSI in your tube and because you are screwed into the valve you don't need to worry about holding pump and wheel together. And it looks cool!!!

>Rating: 5

cracking down on bad habits

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This thing has got me out of some nasty situations of frustration, i typically run tubeless but on that rare occasion where i just so happen to flat out this guy gets me rolling fast again, its by far the sturdiest pump i've owned, making the strokes is smooth and fluid for ease of inflation.

>Rating: 4

Finally...

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

...a "mini-pump" that actually works. I took a crack at this after being impressed by the design of Lezyne floor pump. To be clear, it is a bit of a workout to get high pressure clinchers up to 100 psi. But, it can be done and without fear of tearing the tube at the valve or having the pump head constantly blow off. The ABS hose with the thread-on head is a fantastic concept. It lets you focus your energy on the pumping instead of holding the pump head in place. The pump tucks away nicely in the bottle-cage mounted clip. A convenient velcro strap keeps the pump securely in the clip. it could probably be carried in a jersey pocket. Durability? It seems fine but, to be honest, you really only hope to use this thing one or two times a year so it should not be a huge concern. (If you have quality tires and keep them properly inflated with a floor pump, flats should be a rare occurrence).

>Rating: 4

Pump of Destiny

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This is a great little pump. Super small and light. There is no excuse not to bring it along. The quality of the pump is excellent. Takes awhile to fill up a tire, but what would you expect with something so small? The hose is nice. I like that you have some flexibility between the pump and the valve. You don't have to worry about breaking the valve off with the pumping gets real extreme. Watch out if you have removable valve cores. The abs chuck has unthreaded my valve core a time or two deflating the tire. As great as this pump is, having to pump up a tire twice isn't fun. Durability seems great. Works every time.

>Rating:

Lezyne Pressure Drive Pump

>Rating: 5

Great little pump

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Awesome little pump that works great and fits in a jersey pocket. But....it's definitely pink not red. Own it your a man!

>Rating:

For the sake of clarification, the medium...

For the sake of clarification, the medium will fit presta and schrader valves, and comes with a gauge that screws in to the short side of the flex hose? If so i'm sold.

The Medium does NOT include the gauge, it is sold seperately.

>Rating:

Does this pump attach to the side of a...

Does this pump attach to the side of a bottle cage allowing you to use 2 water bottles? Or does it take the place of 1 of the bottle cages allowing you to use only 1 water bottle?

It mounts to the side so you can use 2 water bottles.

>Rating:

Does the ABS thing mean you can use this...

Does the ABS thing mean you can use this as a shock pump?

ABS= (Air Bleed Equipped) for dialing in exact pressure. It's for tube onely

120 psi will not be enough for a shock.