08.14.2014 - Pinkbike Reviews the Alloy and Shock Digital Drives
Lezyne’s Digital Drive series offers great performance in a good looking package…
12.09.2013 - MTBR Interbike 2013 Special: Lezyne Talks Year 7 LED Technology and Sexy New Digital Pumps
We caught up with mtbr at Interbike 2013 to showcase our 2014 LED lights and digital floor pumps. Watch the video to learn more.
Patrick Ribera-McKay from Lezyne shows us the new digital pumps with a digital custom gauge and new riding lights that include the Deca Drive, improved Mega Drive and the Zecto Drive Pro.
The new digital pumps have been introduced across Lezyne’s pump line and feature the digital custom gauge, a 1.5 inch screen, and 2 button operation. The digital pumps are retrofittable to existing Lezyne pumps and are weatherproof, accurate and will be available early October… New this year is the high powered Deca Drive, 800 Lumen light. It runs on 3 LEDs and has Lezyne's Infinite Light design that allows the user to have on-demand battery replacement.
09.27.2013 - Singletrack Magazine Reviews the Shock Digital Drive
Primarily of interest to mechanics who do a lot of shock service and demo truck drivers, for 2014 Lezyne is releasing what may be the world’s first floor shock pump (shock floor pump?). Sure, the ultra-high pressure (to 300psi), low volume pump will inflate tyres, but that would take ages. No, the Shock Digital Drive intended to be a huge improvement in speed and accuracy over the pumps shipped with most suspension forks. A new digital gage shared with some road models is said to be accurate to within 3%, making consistent settings quick and easy."
Some recognition for our innovative design. Check out the full article here.
09.22.2013 - SOC13: Lezyne's New Digital Floor Pumps for Shocks, Tools and Cool Blinky Lights.
Lezyne's new digital floor pumps are available in standard high volume pump in Sport, CNC, Alloy and Steel Digital pumps. At the moment, they're all high pressure (read: road tire) models, plus one for shocks.
Yes, a floor pump for suspension. It's not the first time someone's done it. It pumps 1/3 the air of a standard floor pump and goes to 300psi. Really, it’s aimed at team mechanics and others that have to set up a lot of forks and shocks. There’s wood handle and the pump head has a dual disconnect that lets you remove the head from the hose to disconnect without losing air pressure. Then you thread the head off the shock. An inline pressure release valve lets you bleed air a little at a time to set it just right. Retail is $109.99.
The full article/review is located HERE