220 psi high pressure designed for use on road bike tires and other low-volume tire applications.
The barrel and piston are made of heavy weight CNC aluminum that are durable and long-lasting. The materials used must be of high quality.
A pair of oversized 3 gauges is installed. Measures tire pressure in a clear and accurate manner, using an analog display.
HYDRAULICS This set is equipped with extra long hoses with aluminum joints.
ABS1 Pro Flip-Thread Chuck is standard on both the PRESTA & SCHRADER models. It quickly turns into a "Flip-Force" in order to fit Presta or Schrader valves, and it threads on for strong
Questions & Answers
Is the pump head attached to the valve of the tire?
The answer is yes.
Does this pump work for pumping a ball, too? Is there anything to attach the needle to it?
You can inflate balls with a needle attached to the Lezyne pump.
In what proportions does the Volume Per Stroke differ?
Pumps of this type are for high pressures, not for high volumes. This is fine for bike tires, but it is not recommended for larger applications such as automobile
How does this work if the valves are smooth presta or do you have to switch to threaded ones?
I just used the pump with a "smooth" presta valve with a lightly threaded top and it worked fine. If there are enough threads on the valve for the protective cap to attach, the head of the pump will attach. In the case of a valve without any threads, the valve will not operate.
Selected User Reviews For LEZYNE Classic Floor Drive Bicycle Tire Pump, High Pressure 220psi, 3.5" Gauge, Presta & Schrader Valve, Durable Hose, High Performance, Bike Floor Pump
However, the best is not the best
purchase a lot of bicycle pumps for my job (putting on bicycle rides for a living) and this one The product is strong and It is one of three that I own. Despite these caveats, there ARE some One of the things I like about this pump is the head screws on to the valve threads inside the tire. This pump differs from many others in the way that you push the top of the pump on and then flip up a lever to lock it in It's easier to work with a screwdriver Most people understand the method, but that isn't the case It's all good. A Deep-In-Depth Workout In addition to the ordinary tubes, dish rims have extra-narrow tubes The stems of the valves are long. Just a You would have to ride a deep sea boat to find this out, but if you have a depth sound device It might be a good idea to double-check the dish rim Before you buy this pump, make sure you read the instructions. The last thing you need to do is unscrew, then flip over, the pump's head to swap from Presta tires to Schraeder tires. Because I own just about all of my bikes with Presta valves, it doesn't bother me at all. It may be better to choose a different model if you are frequently changing back and forth between multiple devices.
| Sep 16, 2020
Presta valves are not designed to work well with this design
It consists of two screws- It gives a solid, positive, consistent connection, which is what I was looking for. It doesn't actually open Presta valves, so it's not possible to use. The following is Lezyne's description According to Presta, the valve does not mechanically engage with the connection. Basically, when you thread it on, the air pressure inside the tire holds the valve open until the pressure in the pump is equalized. There are two possible causes for the lack of bleeding air from tires (a) the air bleed button doesn't work, and (b) the bottom pressure gauge jumps around and indicates air pressure in the 5-pound range. This is 10 psi too high (when pumping to 90 psi in this instance). To bleed and set the pressure accurately, you will need to disconnect the pump and use a secondary pressure gauge.
| Jun 13, 2021
The valve attachment is easy to attach, and it stays on! The floor pump I had before had a lever that I could operate It is a clamp-type attachment, which means that you need to lower it onto the valve stem and simultaneously raise the lever to clamp it to it
As I mentioned before, it isn't easy to turn the valve stem, the valve stem itself often comes off before you are able to reach the desired pressure on your tire. The nonsense kept bothering me for many years, and I decided to look for a better approach. A Lezyne floor pump caught my eye when I was searching. Screwing it on, though, is a simple process. The connection is stable, secure, and defined. The show goes on! There is a lot more air hose than my old one (which is a good thing), and noticeably, it is flexible, almost limp, which is also a good thing, because you can snake it around spokes or other bike parts to reach the valve stem easier. It happens every once in a while that you come across a product that is so well designed you wonder why anyone would want My feelings about this pump are exactly that. A bike would be a great addition to any owner's bike collection! Other reviewers have cited two omissions from this pump, the first of which is that the valve core can go flying out when it comes away from the valve stem when removed. As far as I know, I have not experienced there is a risk that the attachment will damage if the user screws it too tightly onto the valve stem. A second concern is that the pump does not mechanically close the valve core, but instead has the air pressure force it to open. There was concern that this would lead to an inaccurate gauge reading. Neither I nor my colleagues have seen that. A hand-held air gauge is accurate enough for me to double check my pressure when I am finished. In my opinion, the fact that air pressure is used to open the air core during the downstroke (as opposed to mechanical forces) makes it much more accurate off the bat. The lever that allows you to detach - In this style, air leaks out of the tire for a few seconds until the tire is fully disengaged and the valve core is closed. There is only little leakage of air from this pump when unscrewing it, and the leak is caused by air coming from the hose, not the tire. When you unscrew it, the valve core is already shut. It is your responsibility to keep air in the tire after pumping it up.
| Jan 25, 2021
Maybe you could make a better choice
This was bought after reading an article in the New York Times. What you read can't be true, you know. A few things to be thankful for There is a screw-type lock on it To me, the press-style nozzle is preferable to the one with a nozzle There are two types of latches latch-and-latch. In addition to being able to screw it apart to adapt to different valve sizes, it comes with attachments to fill sports balls or air mattress. You can fill your toys with air. Despite the hose being quite long and the pump remaining balanced, the pump did not tip over. Here are the bad things Because the pressure meter is inaccurate until the tire pressure is less than 40psi, a separate pressure gauge must be used instead. In addition, about 10 pumps are required to inflate one pound, so you figure it out. This was tested with a car tire, so I am not sure if it would be the same with a bike tire that has a smaller volume of air.
| Oct 06, 2020
A good pump is a great pump
My bike pump collection has grown to around 20 in my lifetime and I used to own Silca Super Pistas until I tried this one. The app is easy to use, looks cool, and I like the way it works. I bought a second one for my summer house since I liked it so well. If only I had this when I first started riding seriously 30 years ago, I would have enjoyed it more.
| Oct 30, 2020
This is a very good My cycling days are several times a week
I've been cycling for 40+ years and ride intensively. At present, I am riding a tarmac specialized bike. I have never come across a pump like this. Besides being well designed and performing well, it is also very efficient. I like how the pump valve has a screw on attachment. My first experiment was with a frame-mounted portable pump by Lezyne, and I found it to be fantastic. Connecting the pump to the tube fills it to desired pressure without any difficulty. You can switch between presta and schraedr without much hassle. I assume that the production and design teams did an excellent job.
| Jun 04, 2021
It is difficult to determine the reading of the pressure gauge
A presta valve road bike tire (110 PSI) was pumped up as high as 110 PSI, and the tire pressure was then checked on an Accu-Test This gauge measures tire pressure at 100 pounds per square inch. Therefore, I question the measurement accuracy of Lezyme gauge in the tire pump, which I assume is accurate, because professional tire gauges are likely to be accurate. Aside from that, I can hear the pump rattling when I pick it up. As far as I can tell, it's not coming from where I expect it to There's a good chance the pressure gauge or internal plunger is malfunctioning. If the Lezyme pumps are normal for this to happen, it is okay. I was able to inflate my bikes without a problem using either Schrader or Presta valves with the dual valve arrangement. With Presta valves, the air release feature doesn't come in handy if you over inflate the tire, since there is a pressure drop of around 10% when using the feature. The pressure reaches 40 PSI in a minute in New York.
| Apr 26, 2021