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Excellent

AdvantagesGreat quality, compact yet easy to use, light.

DisadvantagesDesigned to be carried and there are better out there for home use.

...the Lezyne Pressure Drive Pump comes in, and having any sort of hand pump for your tyres is essential kit for the dedicated cyclist. The Lezyne brand is one that I have seen quite regularly when I am in the hunt for a new bike pump, and the model I settled on this time was their Pressure Drive Pump. This is a handheld pump that is compact enough to be carried easily, but also of a reasonable enough size...

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Excellent

“Pump up the pressure”

published 28/09/2014

AdvantagesVery easy to use.

DisadvantagesSomewhat uncomfortable shoulder strap. Fiddly pressure valve.

...'s not rocket science". The bottle body of this sprayer is made of a white translucent plastic material. It has three openings at the top. Firstly held by a large green nut is the main filling and pressurizing opening. This nut is pierced by a gray plastic handle fitting into a white translucent pressure pump. Think large bicycle pump only not having a screw threaded opening in the base to pump up...

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Excellent

AdvantagesSAVES YOU MONEY, FUEL COSTS AND ACCIDENTS

DisadvantagesNOT RECOMMENDED FOR SPARE TYRE IN BOOT

...at the correct pressure - simple to do if you have a tyre pump with an indicator. A bit of advice here, is if you ever check your tyre pressures, you should be doing it when the tyres are cold. If you don't have a foot pump, simply visit your local petrol station. If you are not sure of the correct tyre pressure, this you should be found in your car's manual. Most cars will also have a label or a sticker...

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