Lezyne Gauge Drive HV Pump

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The Lezyne Gauge Drive HV is a compact high volume hand pump made of custom CNC machined aluminum for precise and lightweight construction. The HV design easily inflates tires to riding pressure with fewer strokes. The overlapping handle and barrel, with oversized piston and shaft, are integrated into a compact design. It comes equipped with Lezyne's ABS Pen Gauge, a precise and compact in-line pressure gauge compatible with Presta and Schrader valves.

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[Apr 15, 2016]
Reinhard
All Mountain Rider

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RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
2
Strength:

High Quality, good looking.

Weakness:

Gauge for the wrong measuring range

The pump is of excellent quality, a very nice piece and also pumps a lot of air. Unfortunately, the air outlet button only works with Schrader valves and the gauge goes up to 8 bar.
Now the pump is specifically apply for large-volume tires, and I at least, drive my 650b tubless tires with max 1.8 bar (26psi). This is exactly where the gauge has just begins to react and its impossible to read decimals at this scale.
Me and my friends drive "large volume" tubless tires with presta valves in which the great air outlet button doesn't work.
Pity about the good idea and the money!
Asked Lezyne for a suitable gauge - no answer ...

[Mar 04, 2015]
diylighter

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
Strength:

Good quality pump with fewer pump strokes necessary compared to most

Weakness:

The gauge part begins at 20PSI. Way too high minimum for fat biking and too high for tubeless

This is a high quality item that you notice right away. The build quality, including the frame mount, is excellent, and you can tell that the pump, hose, seals and dust covers are going to last. 3 Stars for value because it seems priced about right.

However, the primary reason that I chose this model over others is the built-in gauge. Unfortunately, having a cause to use it this winter, I found out the hard way that the gauge only begins at 20PSI. Seriously? Wouldn't a high volume pump built for mountain biking start at like 5PSI? For fat biking in the winter, like most people I am experimenting with what I *think* is 5-10PSI. With tubeless 29er tires I hover around 20PSI. So now I'm going to have to carry a separate low pressure gauge, in addition to this pump? Time for a redesign, Lezyne!

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