Designed specifically for gravel bikes and other mid-volume tires, the Lezyne Gravel Floor Drive is the ultimate floor pump for quickly and accurately inflating tires measuring 32c and larger. Built around a larger diameter barrel than the CNC and Classic Floor Drive pumps, the Gravel Digital Floor Drive pushes more air per stroke for faster fill-ups while still offering easy pumping action.
Our easy-to-read and extremely accurate 3.5" (88.9mm) digital gauge ensures dialing in the perfect pressure is a hassle-free affair, offering +/- .5 PSI (.3 BAR) accuracy up to 100 PSI (6.9 BAR). Equipped with a Tubeless Chuck, the Gravel Floor Drive is equally at home with pre-ride top-offs as seating tubeless tires. Featuring a flippable design, the Tubeless Chuck easily threads directly onto Presta valves, or, directly onto the valve shaft once the valve core is removed to provide greater airflow for seating tubeless tires. The chuck also features a built-in valve core tool for easy valve tightening and removal.
A versatile, extra-long hose allows for easy inflation whether your bike is on the ground, in the work stand, or hanging out on your hitch rack at the trailhead. Built to last, the Lezyne Gravel Digital Drive Floor Pump's barrel and piston are built from durable high-grade steel and mounted to a rugged Composite Matrix base. The Gravel Floor Drive is crafted in-house, 100% quality-controlled, and ready for the long haul.
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Mfg PartNum: 1-FP-GRVL-V115
Mfg PartNum: 1-FP-GRVL-V117
I like the digital gauge, but the threaded head sucks. I vastly prefer the levered head on the Joe Blows. Threading this head onto the valve, even when depressurizing with the little button, most of the time when removing it, it unscrews the valve core completely deflating my tire. Horribly frustrating, and a problem I have never had with any other pump. I would suggest looking elsewhere as a digital pressure gauge is worthless if the pump it's attached to can't properly inflate your tire.