Lezyne

  • The Good:

    chain tool spins smoothly.
    Robust and smooth, you can easily rotate the tools out, and they don’t wobble, there is no play, if you notice play, the bolt just needs to be tightened.

    The Bad:

    Not enough leverage for very tight bolts.
    The stitching for on the sleeve wore out fast, so it was too slack, but that’s easy to fix.
    Not as good tolerances in the bolt as with with my Teng Tools bits.

    Overall Review: I had this multi-tool for several years.A few years ago I managed to bend the Allen key, I don’t remember how, maybe I dropped it. I actually had to bend it back as it was so bent it was not possible to tuck it in.I had to buy a multi-tool, and this was the easiest solution, butit does have all ...

    Posted by mtbboy1993 on 6/10/2019 1:16 PM

  • The Good:

    -Durable materials
    -Reliable
    -Parts are interchangeable with the other Lezyne pumps

    The Bad:

    -Nothing to say after 8 years of use!

    Overall Review: Back in the days, I used to have a Zefal pump with a little hose that I coud screw on. Then I have lost it somewhere, and bought a new direct-attach pump, which always bugged me when I bumped my hands in the spokes, or when it undid itself from the valve while inflating a new tube on the side of...

    Posted by nature.culture on 2/28/2019 7:09 PM

  • The Good:

    High Volume, Stellar Build, Wood Handle, Accurate Gauge

    The Bad:

    A bit pricey for a floor pump

    Overall Review: This review if for the non digital version. I have had this pump for nearly a year now. It replaced a cheaper Park Tool one that I had for some time. I was looking for a pump that would last for a very long time with a solid build, high volume, and a good chuck. From what I could find at the tim...

    Posted by Carraig042 on 2/27/2018 7:22 AM

  • The Good:

    Bright, Good even light output, Finish quality, Fast charge capable

    The Bad:

    Does not come with a wall adapter

    Overall Review: Lezyne Macro Drive 1100XL · Available in Black or Silver · Weighs 195g · 1100 Lumens · Recharge in 4 hours (2amp fast charge method) · Has 7 light modes · Full aluminum body · Can be had for about $75   Initial Impressions       &nb...

    Posted by Carraig042 on 2/27/2018 6:03 AM

  • The Good:

    Solid build.
    Fast inflation.
    Frame clip included.

    The Bad:

    The rubber ring that holds one of the end caps somehow removed itself once and I found it in my backpack. Not a problem, I just had to write something here.

    Overall Review: I have been using this pump for three years. For most of that time it has been the emergency pump used for flats. After I first got it, it didn't get used for a couple of puncture free months. When a tire did go down, I was impressed with how fast this pump inflated the new tube. Back then that ...

    Posted by www.bearded-llama-adventures.com on 2/22/2018 5:31 AM

  • The Good:

    Shop quality feel, good spread of allens in straight and hooked. The chain tool is more solid than you'd expect on a multi.

    The Bad:

    Weight is high

    Overall Review: Great tool, no faff. Build quality is excellent but not one for minimalists 

    Posted by danielshiels on 2/17/2018 2:47 AM

  • The Good:

    Small, lightweight, flex hose

    The Bad:

    Takes a while to inflate tires, assembly and disassembly

    Overall Review: I always carry two CO2 cartridges and an inflator in my pack for flats, but honestly with my tubeless setup it has not been a major issue. When I became a mountain bike trail guide however and the whole fleet had tubed tires, I knew I needed a backup pump in case I ran out of CO2 or a situation ...

    Posted by lagocza on 11/30/2017 9:12 PM

  • The Good:

    Sleek, light, affordable and compact

    The Bad:

    none that I can think of

    Overall Review: I bought this specifically for my fatbike, I have only had to use it once but love it way more than my crank bros pump. It has a little wire plate that folds down for you to put your foot on if you so choose.  The handle despite it's looks is quite ergonomic (no blistering while pumping the...

    Posted by conlysm on 7/6/2017 3:49 AM

  • by Monica McCosh Going into its eighth year as an engineering design house, Lezyne releases its most powerful LED light to-date, the 1400-lumen Mega Drive for 2015. The Mega Drive is a slick CNC-sculpted aluminum body featuring 3 LEDs for constant lumen output, and replaceable USB-rechargeable...

    Posted by monicosh on 1/4/2015 10:36 PM

  • The Good:

    Great quality of tools and features within the mini multitool, solid craftsmanship, durable, very compact.

    The Bad:

    For certain fixes the short tool lengths can be pain

    Overall Review: As with most Lezyne products this multitool has really great build quality, is very durable and just overall feels very solid. The Rap 13 unit features most of the popular and important tools that would be required trail side and they come together in a very small and compact little unit. If you...

    Posted by vics26 on 5/2/2014 3:47 PM

  • The Good:

    compact, strong

    The Bad:

    some tools are tough to use

    Overall Review: The first multi-tool I had growing up was twice as big and heavy as this and still only had half the tools the CRV-12 has. Thankfully tools like this have improved over time. This one functions fine and is easy to use with the exception of the size 2 and 8 allen keys. The 2 is just hard to twist...

    Posted by SaddleRags on 11/16/2012 3:23 PM

  • The Good:

    Lightweight
    Easy to service
    Secure thread-on valve chuck for presta and schrader

    The Bad:

    Threads for chuck on pump base can get easily damaged or filled with debris when in use
    Foot peg is small which sinks in soft soils and is unstable on rocky surfaces
    T-handle is small and leads to my knuckles contacting the top of the air chamber at full compression in certain grip positions.

    Overall Review: Flats suck. This pump doesn't change that fact but it does make the process of getting back on the trail much more enjoyable. Classic hand pumps require awkward bracing to keep the chuck attached to the valve. This pump does away with that by using a flexible hose and thread-on chuck so that you...

    Posted by shredlightly on 10/23/2012 11:27 AM