Lezyne Macro Floor Drive Floor Pump
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Pros & Cons
Pros & Cons
- With a max pressure of 15 bar, even track cyclists can inflate their tyres to the required pressure.
- By screwing the pump head directly onto the valve, the coupling remains airtight during inflation.
- Due to the somewhat lighter materials that are used, this pump is not the most stable.
Type bicycle pump
|Gravel Bike / Mountain Bike / Road Bike|
|Presta / Schrader|
The piston is made of steel, and the handle and stable base are made of a durable composite. The pump is completely matte black and, weighing 1.4 kg, is easy to take along on the road.
ABS Flip Thread Chuck
The letters ABS stand for Air Bleeding System. The ABS Pro pump head allows you to easily drain a small amount of air from the tyre, allowing you to adjust the tyre pressure exactly as you want it! It also makes it easy to remove the pump head from an inflated tyre. The pump head can be screwed on the valve for an extra tight fit, even at very high pressure. Changing the type of valve is also easy, and can be done by simply turning the pump head.
Technology• Flip-Thread Chuck: threaded pump head
• ABS system
• Extra long pump hose
• Pumphead: Dual Valve
• Pump height: 63.5 cm
• Max pressure: 15 bar / 220 psi
• Material: steel and composite
Compatibility• Suitable for Presta, Schrader and Dunlop
Frequently asked questionsCan I replace individual parts of this Lezyne Macro Floor Drive if I need to?
There are various replacement parts available for various Lezyne floor pump models, such as pump heads and pressure gauges. These can also be upgraded to a different type. At the moment we don't have any spare parts from Lezyne in our range.
How do I change the valve type of this Lezyne Macro Floor Drive?
This pumphead has a screw-on attachment which screws onto the valve. This can be unscrewed and turned over to change from Presta to Schrader or vice versa.
What's the difference between a High Pressure (HP) and High Volume pump?
Depending on the type of tyre you have, you might prefer either an HP or a HV pump. High-pressure pumps move a smaller volume of air with each stroke, but can do so up to 220 psi (may vary, check individual pump specifications) and thus better suited for skinny road tyres. A High Volume pump, on the other hand, pumps more volume into the tyre per pump stroke. More efficient for very large tyres such as MTB tyres.
Most recent reviews
Fantastic design with a screw-on adaptor
This is the best floor pump I've ever used. I detest the lever adaptors that most floor pumps come with as they tend to bend presta valves (at least in my hands), which is the last thing you want just before a ride. The Lezyne has a reversible screw on adaptor which gives a very secure attachment with both presta and shrader valves. The overall quality is robust and the pressure gauge is easy to read. This is exactly what I was looking for.
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