Pump with power.
Picture this — you're at the top of a mountain trail and all of a sudden you realize you have a flat tire. How do you fix it? If you can imagine that scenario with ease, you need the Lezyne Grip Drive HP, a hand pump that is the perfect size to bring just about anywhere.
This compact and efficient high pressure bicycle pump features a knurled barrel for superior grip while pumping. Constructed from machined aluminum, the bestselling design includes an overlapping handle to provide superior durability, minimal weight, and all the style. The integrated ABS Flex Hose is presta and shrader valve compatible, and greatly improves pumping action and ergonomics.
With up to 120 PSI (8.3 BAR) of pumping power, the Lezyne Grip Drive HP is excellent for all high-pressure bicycle tire applications. Head out on a ride with the trust that, if anything happens to your tires, you'll be more than ready.
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Max PSI: 120 PSI
Weight: [small] 102g, [med] 114g
Size: [small] 186mm, [med] 231mm
Medium - Black
Mfg PartNum: 1-MP-GRIPHP-V1M04
Medium - Red
Mfg PartNum: 1-MP-GRIPHP-V1M11
Small - Black
Mfg PartNum: 1-MP-GRIPHP-V1S04
Small - Red
Mfg PartNum: 1-MP-GRIPHP-V1S11
Medium - Silver
Mfg PartNum: 1-MP-GRIPHP-V1M06
Small - Silver
Mfg PartNum: 1-MP-GRIPHP-V1S06
This is a nice pump, but it has a flaw that I think takes it out of 5-star territory. The problem is that you have to thread the hose onto the valve, and there is no swivel, so the entire pump must rotate while you are doing this. The alternative is to thread the hose onto the valve first, and then screw the pump onto the hose, but this is not what the instructions say. Once attached, it takes 100 strokes to put 60psi in a 25mm tire, and those last strokes are pretty high resistance. This is common with mini-pumps, and having the hose makes it a LOT better than pumps where you are actually stressing the valve when you get into the high-force stage. I consider 60psi in a 25mm tire to be an absolute last resort amount of pressure, but it can get you home, or to a real pump.
It is small, light, and well-made. But I haven't found the ideal pump yet. And find them I do. This is the first mini-pump I have bought, and I have 4 -- all found by the side of the road.