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Lezyne Steel Floor Drive Pump

Lezyne Steel Floor Drive Pump

Regular price $109.95 NZD
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The Lezyne Steel Drive floor pump has a durable machined aluminium base with a steel barrel and piston. It features an extra-long high-strength hose with composite couplers, an oversized 3.5-inch gauge and is equipped with the ABS1 Pro chuck. The pump is finished with a stylish varnished wooden handle and a painted finish on the barrel.

Who's this item for: Riders looking for a quality floor pump for use in the workshop, at events, or just to keep in the back of the car for trailhead tune-ups.

Materials: Machined aluminium base with a steel barrel and piston. Varnished wooden handle, painted finish.

Gauge type: Oversized 3.5 inch gauge.

Gauge location: Located on the base plate of the pump for easy viewing during inflation.

Rated pressure: Max 220psi (15 bar)

Dimensions: 15 x 20 x 63.5cm

Weight: 1.7kg

Pump head type: Fitted with the updated and redesigned ABS1 Pro chuck. This uses a 90° design for enhanced function and usability. The chuck easily flips between Presta and Schrader valves and threads on for superior engagement. It even has an inbuilt Presta valve-core tool so you won't have to go scrounging through the bottom of the toolbox each time you need one.

Air Release: The chuck has an air release button but note that this functions differently depending on what type of valve is being used.

  • Schrader: Allows for an infinite release of air to fine-tune the tyre pressure.
  • Presta: Releases air from the hose to aid with removal without unscrewing the valve core. Does not allow for the fine-tuning of air pressure when used with Presta valves. 

What valves does it work on: Not compatible with Dunlop valves.

Tubeless canister: This is just a standard pump rather than a canister style pump.

Pros: Quality machined aluminium construction with high-quality finishes so it looks great. Large gauge for easy reading. 

Cons: Not a tank pump so you'll need to work your guns fairly hard if you want to seat stubborn tubeless tyres with it. A digital gauge would offer more precise pressure readings.

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