I had a longer Lezyne pump I had purchased for a MTB, but it wouldn't fit the frame so I put it on my gravel bike instead. But there was way too much dust collecting on the pump for that so I got this one that fits perfectly in my saddle bag. Given that I don't need to use the 10-gram frame mount the overall weight savings is 30 grams over the longer pump.
This pump will unscrew the removable valve cores. If you are using those for your tubeless set up beware.
Furthermore, after 3 uses, threads are messed up where you attach the hose. Basically useless now. Pump is good air up in a jiffy.
Great little pump for road use, inflates surprisingly quickly for its size and gets 25's up to a rideable pressure without feeling like it would explode. I should have paid attention to the fact that the Pro model is all alloy and this one has a plastic cap on the shaft, but no big deal, it's still surprisingly solid and well made.
First, it pumps. You will inflate your tire to proper pressure. You will also get a workout, as you do with any small pump. But it is very well built and designed the air that goes into the pump goes out into the tire. Also, with tubeless tires, I feel that the flexible connector reduces the stress on the valve which is secured to the rim.
But this little gem is compact. I finally found a pump that fits in my (compact) saddle bag!
If size is not a concern, a slightly bigger one will get the pumping job done faster. But since I do not plan on having flats often, I trade inflation workout for compactness -)!
I have not had to use it yet, thankfully, and would be used for third flat but nice to know it is there when on a solo gravel trip vs relying on 2 CO2 containers.
I needed a pump to go into my saddle bag and this one fits. Having great luck with other Lezyne pumps, this one was my first choice.
I like how this pump solidly connects (Schrader or Presta) w/ a screw-like action to tube valve. Yes it requires assembly, but this allows the important parts to stay clean. Well engineered!