The claim that this pump can go up to 120 psi is inaccurate. I could get it to 40 max, and that with great effort. The bigger problem though was the screw on feature. This continually unscrewed the valve of the tube when I attempted to detach the pump, making it impossible to inflate the tire when I had a flat on the road. I ended up walking. In the comfort of home I was able to get it to inflate the tire without pulling out the valve, but promptly consigned the pump to the junk pile and went back to my old snap on pump, which I had only replaced because I was dissatisfied that it would only inflate to about 60 psi.
High pressure in a small , lightweight package. Easily pumps to 100 psi , small enough to fit in my fake water bottle where I keep tools and tube. Really like the flexible hose which makes pumping easier and less chance of breaking valve stem.
Great pump to carry on my jersey. I typically use it only to put some air on the tube to change it, and then finish it off with a CO2. But I have used it to pump the tube all the way, and it works. It's a work out, but it gets the job done.
Great size to keep in my jersey pocket for emergencies. I carry CO2 cartridges, but the pump is for when I run out of those 2 and need to resort to the pump-I also use it to give a little air at the beginning to give the tube shape while installing. I bought it because the hose helps keep me from breaking off a valve stem since this little guy takes a long while to fill a road tire.
It takes a while to pump up the tire, but it is not as tiring as some pumps I have used. The flexible hose is great.
I like this brand a lot and have two great road pumps as well.
Ive been using Lezynes CFH pump for my cxcommuter and Micro Floor Drive XL for my fat bike and theyve both been great. Had issues with o-rings on the CFH and Lezyne was quick to send me replacements. I was looking for an inexpensive pump for my kids and ended up with a pair of these.
First impressions compact & light. Really light. Fit & finish are great except the hose feels kinda cheap.
In action no real difference between Lezynes higher priced offerings. I like the flip chick on the other pumps though.
Overall hard to beat for the price. I needed Schrader & presta compatibility so that limited options somewhat. Having gone 4 years without damaging the valve-tube interface Im totally sold on having a mini pump with a short hose.
Model was recommended to me as replacement by customer service rep because the flexible air hose is much gentler on presta valve stems than conventional compact frame pumps. - STILL very reliable either to top-off air pressure or repair flat on the road.
I purchased the Lezyne pump based on the company reputation. I was leery about the size of the pump and itï¿½s ability to air up tires quickly. About 2 weeks after the purchase I had a flat while riding. The pump exceeded my expectations and filled the tire less then 2 minutes. Great pump and I like the attachment that fits under my bottle cage.
I blew a tire on a commute home at night. I was worried my little pump may not live up to its advertised ability. In fact it got my tire inflated very well without too much effort. The hose is key to a secure attachment to the valve stem. It did take a lot of pumps, over 50, but didn't wear me out.
A well-thought, compact pump that does the job nicely. Used the mount to store it on the bike, it is not amy bigger than the water bottle. I haven't had a flat yet, but am confident that this will get me back going quickly.