It took a while to get use to the light touch required to attach the pump head to the valve. Once mastered it hard to see going back to the hard on and harder off pumps that have populated my garage over the years. The hose is long enough that when the bike is raised to wheel level you can still inflate the tires without dropping the bike to the floor.
I am an avid cyclist and ride both Road and Mountain and use Presta valves. I replaced my old cheap walmart pump that finally failed. This pump worked great in comparison. Happy I spent the money for the quality. Performance of pump is fantastic. If I were to purchase another pump it would be one of the Lezyne Steel or Alloy models. Being that I'm hard on my tools I can see that for $XX extra dollars quality goes up ten fold.
The Lezyne pump works well, after one gets used to installing the chuck on the tire valve correctly. A tip to users who may be new to this pump it makes it much easier to install the chuck if you let out air from the tire first. Then it's also easier to add air to the required pressure.
This is the second lezyne pump with the ABS-2 head on it, that I have had in a month. Both worked well for a couple of weeks, then the ABS blows apart under pressure. Poor design.
This pump just arrived this week to replace my old pump that wouldn't seal on presta valves anymore (not Lezyne).
First impressions It's lighter than I expected. Gauge is easy to read. Hose is long. Wood handle is great.
Using it The ABS-2 chuck is pretty slick but take a couple tries to get used to.
Overall I like Lezyne's stuff. I have a set of their Saber tire levers that are fantastic as well as the CFH pump. Their support is top notch as well so I'm willing to pay a little extra for their products. They also have a tall version of their floor pumps now, which is great news for anyone over 6'.