Lezyne Pressure Drive CFH Mini Pump and CO2 Inflator - Black
The Lezyne Pressure Drive CFH delivers convenience and superior performance with the High Pressure inflation system that perfectly combines a Pressure Drive hand pump with a CO2 inflator to ma More info
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The Lezyne Pressure Drive CFH delivers convenience and superior performance with the High Pressure inflation system that perfectly combines a Pressure Drive hand pump with a CO2 inflator to make this an all-in-one inflation system. The CO2 Flex Hose (CFH) is a high pressure, braided steel reinforced hose and comes equipped with the Flip Thread Chuck (non-ABS) that allows users to engage this inflation system on both Presta and Schrader valves. The CFH can be used with threaded CO2 cartridges or with the Pressure Drive hand pump to inflate tires to riding pressure. The hand pump features CNC-machined aluminium and Composite Matrix construction. Multiple configuration options make this system extremely versatile; it can be stored on a users person, or mounted to the frame. It includes the HP pump, one 16g CO2 cartridge, a neoprene-velcro sleeve, and a Composite Matrix frame pump mount.
The pump it's self so far has been very good but the frame mount design is poor. I lost both of my Co2 canisters the first big ride I did. The Velcro straps just don't hold the canisters well enough and even the pump is not all that well held in place. I ended up removing the mount and using an old Topeak mount which the pump snaps into nicely and has a Velcro strap as well. I keep the canisters in my seat bag now. I recommend just buying the pump on its own
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