Lezyne Classic Floor Drive Track Pump
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A precision high-pressure floor pump made with a steel barrel and piston, varnished wood handle, and aluminum base and connectors. ABS Flip-Thread Chuck and 43" | 130cm rubber hose easily reach both Presta and Schrader valves. Included Speed Chuck makes pump compatible with disc wheels. The 2.5" oversized gauge is precise and easy to read. The steel barrel is coated with premium metallic paint keeping this pump stylish.
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Late delivery from Bikester
Unfortunately I bought it from the picture which looked like a metallic aluminium finish in the photograph - misleading I feel,as this pump is in fact white painted metal ( this is stated in the description - my mistake )
However it looks cheap at a not cheap price !!!!!.
Wouldn't buy the white or black painted models for the reason above.
Think you can get the white and black painted versions cheaper from other suppliers - so look round.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta) (May include reviews from Early Reviewer Rewards Program)
This pump is very nice looking and appears to be well constructed, but it certainly isn't perfect and I'm not sure its worth the price it is selling for.
On mine, if the pump handle is pulled too high up the piston hangs in the cylinder and some manipulation has to be done to get the pump to push down.
The thread-on chuck works well once you get it attached, but getting it on the valve can at times become extremely frustrating. It also comes with a plastic chuck that slips over the valve, but it is of poor quality and broke the first time I used it.
The pump will fill the tires up to at least 100 p.s.i., but it seems to have some difficulty in doing so. One of my cheaper pumps gets there easier.
The gauge is easy to read and the hose is nice and long.
The pump works. Its not worth the price. I probably would not recommend this pump.
Well a year & a half later & this is total garbage. Maybe some people think that's long enough for a $60.00 pump, but I don't - especially since it was seldom used. Bike a Mile doesn't want to hear it - it's way past their 30 days. Amazon doesn't want to hear it, even with their great extended guarantee (expired April 2013). This is just a very problematic pump. It won't engage to force air in, as if there are no longer
any seals in it. The best part is you can't even take it apart to service it or find seals or a tool to do that with. It's a lovely looking total piece of junk. The customer service for the vendor and Amazon is appalling. I now see that many others have this same problem with Lezyne pumps, so buyer beware. They had a 2 year guarantee - I thought - but try finding someone to honor it. They all wash their hands. This pump was touted as if it would be the last one you'd ever need. Yeah, if you're dying of cancer!! Save yourself the trouble & get a cheap pump from Walmart.
Update: I found guy at a local bike shop who took my pump apart and replaced the rubber o ring. He knew what he was doing and said it was no big deal. To him maybe, but I don't even own the special tool necessary to access the inner workings. I can use my pump again, but this is a common failing of these pumps. I have to raise it from 1 star to 2, because now at least I can use it again. The fact that I'll have to take it into a bike shop for an overhaul for as long as I have it does not endear it to me.
Would definitely recommend the product. In the end the difference with another pump might be only 20 or 30 bucks. Over the many years of use you should be able to get out of this pump I would say that difference is negligible.