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  • Lezyne Shock Drive Pump
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Lezyne Shock Drive Mini Hand Pump

A light and shock pump that is easy to carry along for the ride. 100% custom CNC-machined aluminum. The high-pressure hose threads onto shock valves for a secure connection. A precise, water resistant gauge is integrated into the hose for a slim pump profile. The bleeder valve allows fine-tuning of shock pressures.


  • Max: 300psi, 20.6bar
  • Size: 205mm, 84g
  • Aluminuim Construction: Aluminium is a lightweight, durable material used for handles, barrels, pistons, and various other pump components.
  • Integrated Gauge: In-line pressure gauge for accurate inflation. Contains clear and easy to read marks for psi and bar.
  • CNC Machined: Custom CNC-machined aluminum parts for precise and durable construction.

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  • Colour: Silver
  • Valve: Presta / Schrader
Rated 2 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Junk beyond any explanation Do your self a favour I've had the pump for a year and I tried really hard to like it. Well today I binned it! It got me stranded on a trail with a 2 hr walk back to my car. I have to say that after maybe 10 uses it felt very dry and not reliable, I even took at apart and cleaned it. The problem is the seal mechanism on this junker is pure trash. Also you will never get a reliable pressure read out and once you unscrew it you loose about 10–20psi of air. 22 July 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by should cost 9.99$ This pump will put air in your shock but that is all its good for. If your buying this shock for any other reason but as an emergency pack pump then your throwing money in the garbage. It is next to impossible to get an accurate reading. And when you get close you cant really add or subtract air because the red rubber indicator with gets stuck. so you have to unscrew it and reattach to see where your at. If it were 9.99$ I would say buy it cause its light and small and good for long pedals. but for 40$ is a complete waste of money considering all the other options out there. 14 June 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Useless Sleek design, lightweight and compact but doesn't work! Air seems to leak from every single joint. 06 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Form over function? It is a bit form over function - looks fantastic, but probably doesn't work as well as some others on the market. It is very lightweight and a complete strip down and rebuild is simple. Ergonomics leave a bit to be desired as the handle is very small and there's not much to hold onto with the non-pumping hand. Mine doesn't have a bleed valve, which is a bit annoying, even though the product description says it does. 03 December 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor product The gauge on this pump is unusable due to it being very imprecise. However, it did pump up the forks quite good, BUT a couple of uses later the seals seem to have gone bad as most of the air is leaking out rather than getting into the forks to the point where I can't even pump them up to desired levels. It's also very flimsy and not ergonomic to use. Don't waste your time and money on this, buy a proper pump instead! 25 September 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by how people find it Has anyone else bought one of these and actually got it to pump a shock up effectively? I have one, fantastic peice of kit, I also have the tyre pump! tyre pump works ace, shock pump doesnt seem to do anything? is it me or the pump 29 August 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by it works does the job but the gauge doesn't do so well This is brilliantly compact and super light. It does the job as it should. Its no problem pumping. The gauge doesn't work to well so if you want purely precise numbers then this isn't for you. If like me you go for feel rather than numbers then its pretty good. I take it everywhere with me as its smaller than my tyre pump and still does my tyres. Not bad for on the go. 19 May 2013
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