Lezyne Micro Floor Drive High Volume Pump
|Price:||$49.99 - $156.00|
- A compact High Volume pump design that brings floor pump function and power along for the ride
- The barrel, shaft, base, and T-handle are custom CNC-machined for durability, ergonomics and reduced
- Stainless steel wire foot peg provides stability while pumping
- ABS Flip-Thread Chuck and 24 long hose make it easy to reach the valve
- 300mm length, 90psi / 11bar, 225 grams
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For shop convenience gone mobile, you can't beat the Lezyne Micro Floor Drive Pump. The guys at Lazyne may not have succeeded in making it fun to get flat tires, but they did manage to take a lot of the pain out of the inevitable flat with this innovative portable high-volume pump. The Micro Floor Drive incorporates a fold-out stainless steel foot peg to give you the convenience of a floor pump on the trail or side of the road. The comfortable CNC-machined T-handle is a world away from those uncomfortable shaft-handles on most micro pumps. The 24in hose makes it easy to get to valve stems, either Presta or Shrader, and a Speed Chuck is included. The Lezyne Micro Floor Drive Pump is available in a standard (HV) version or a version with an in-line pressure gauge (HVG). Both versions include a Composite Matrix frame pump mount.
- Material: [handle] aluminum; [barrel] aluminum; [shaft] aluminum; [base] aluminum; [foot pegs] stainless steel; [hose] rubber
- Dimensions: 300 mm
- Valve Type: Schrader, Presta
- Max Pressure: 90 PSI
- Hose Length: 24 in
- Weight: 150 g
- Recommended Use: mountain biking, cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years
Top Customer Reviews
The photo shows a comparison to a Nalgene 20oz. bottle for overall size as well some coins for a diameter equivalent reference.
The down side to it is that the gauge is not functional. It is rated up to 160psi so it will not give accurate readings for mtb purposes. It is impossible to know if air pressure is 20 or 40psi. If you just want to get safe out of the trail get the one with no gauge and save a few bucks. If you intend to replace a floor pump look for something else.
Attachment: This pump very securely attaches to the valve stem on both Schrader and Presta valves. It actually threads onto both types and seals on the flat with a rubber o-ring. I have no issues with leakage while attached. The hose also makes it easier to get into place.
Pumping: This pump really stands out from other portable pumps in that it has a short hose, allowing you hold the pump in more comfortable positions, and even place it on the ground like a floor pump for more force. It is also easier on the valve stem since you aren't forcing it side to side while working the pump.
Pressure: As far as maximum pressure, it is very easy to get a tire up to about 50 psi, somewhat difficult to get up to 80 or 90 psi, and very difficult but possible to get up to or over 100 psi. The effective maximums is probably a bit over 100 psi, but I haven't tested it to carefully.
Portability: The mount system is very typical for pumps and works well. I have it mounted on the side of my tandem frame on the same holes as a water bottle cage. This pump is surprisingly light for how nice it is and how well it works.
Conclusion: This is probably the nicest portable pump out there. It is very light, durable and portable, and is capable of reaching much higher pressures than most pumps similar in size. The hose makes it more comfortable to use, easier to attach, and more gentle on the valve stems. This could probably serve as a full service pump as long as you don't need to go over about 50 psi, and could even work up to about 80 psi if you are patient and too cheap to get floor pump or compressor.
First off, everything about this reeks quality, from the sturdy folding foot loop, the smooth aluminum body, substantial plunger and smoothly machined groove for the hose in the handle. Even the quick release and deflator button on the end of the hose...
But that's where I think it gives up. Instead of some engineered integrated Presta or Schraeder collar there's a loose plastic afterthought that I have to keep track of that actually fits the valve. Turns out the nice brass converters I carry for Presta > Schraeder work, but again - they can't live in the hose end fitting because it clips securely into the base.
Meh. Still 5/5, and it moves the major volumes of air needed to fill my 29s.
I like it.