Lezyne Trigger Drive CO2 Cartridge System

$19.99

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Minuscule and mighty.

Fast air combined with light weight in a tiny package are the reasons why everyone loves using CO2 cartridges The promise has amazing hedonic value and seeing a CO2 inflator in action for the first time is equal to the wonderment of seeing a magician saw someone in half for the first time. The Lezyne Trigger Drive CO2 Kit gives you the dream.

What Lezyne's design has going for it is not only the small size, or the light weight (claimed 26g), but everything. Lezyne has taken a hard look at the harsh reality of tiny inflators, and eliminated the weaknesses. The chuck is made of machined aluminum for both minimal weight and great durability. The chuck is made to join the cartridge to the valve at a right angle, so it can fit into the recess on disc wheels. The chuck itself threads onto the valve, be it Presta or Schrader, so none of the precious CO2 leaks out. And the CO2 is released via a spring-loaded trigger so you can shoot a little air in to seat the tire, then inflate the tire in slow bursts.

The Lezyne Trigger Drive CO2 Kit comes with one 16g threaded CO2 cartridge. The color is Silver.

Please Note: Per UPS regulations, ORM-D items such as this must ship via surface transport: UPS Ground or UPS Standard (Canada). We are unable to ship ORM-D items Internationally, or to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.

  • Machined aluminum chuck
  • Attaches at right angle
  • Spring loaded trigger

Tech Specs

Recommended Use:
cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Avg. ride time: 29m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Peace of mind without taking up space

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Nice to have a pump I trust without having to strap it to my frame or carry a second bag just to fit it. This thing is tiny and that's exactly what I wanted.

Gets it done

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I got these for my brother who does some high school level mountain bike racing. He feels that they are adequate for the job. When you don't need the best thing on the market but good enough to get it done quick and easy, these are great. I got him a bunch of extra cartridges as well so that he isn't out of luck when he gets a couple flats per race.

Worthless

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Piece of crap, buy something else. nothing like getting a flat and pulling this thing out and straight up not working.... spring not compressing, wouldn't even screw on....I guess I should have tried it before putting in my jersey...

O ring falls out

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I like the concept, the weight and the convenience. But every time I use it, the O ring comes unseated. I've tried a bit of lubricant, but to no avail. I'm thinking it'll be lost eventually, and the inflator head would be useless.

Same problem here. Without the o-ring, it will not function.

Avg. ride time: 7h 24m per week
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Quality is key!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is a key piece when you need it and having a quality one is key. I bought several cheapy one before and it almost left me stranded if not for a manual pump! The punction tip is key as my last one broke! The nozzle is also and must offer an easy control and this one has it. I've only used this 2x but so far so good. I'll love it when I hit 4 or more saves..



Oh and besure to have the right Co2 size cartridge for your tire.. 16oz is minimal.

All business.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great inflator. Perfect blend of smart function and small size. I have two other inflators (Genuine Innovations) which I like, but this Lezyne has become my favorite. I really like the built-in press to inflate feature. No twisting, no bulky trigger and great control. It looks good and it has worked great.

Pssssssssssssssssst

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

A must have - I have gotten over 10 years out of my old trusty inflator, until it's failure to perform last flat - RIP little dude ;) Good things come in small packages, as this is sweet. Compact, small, and machining is A+. Only takes threaded CO2 cartridges, and any threaded cartridge will work. Also comes with a sleeve for so the cartridge doesn't freeze your hand while inflating - that also doubles as a nice touch to keep the noise down while in your seat bag. A must have, and at such a compact size - worth the extra gram in your pocket :)

Pssssssssssssssssst

Will this take any c02 cartridge, or only...

Will this take any c02 cartridge, or only Lezyne?. Do you thread the chuck into the valve first, then crew on the cartridge?

Best Answer

Greetings - this will accept any threaded C02 cartridge; but will not work with non-threaded :) And correct, thread the unit onto the CO2 first, then inflate - easy peasy :) Works awesome, just hope we all don't have to use it that often :)

Avg. ride time: 6h 38m per week
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Perfect for a quick road fix

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I almost didn't buy this CO2 inflator because despite the sleek looks and compact size lots of reviews from other sites complained of the trigger being difficult to activate which kind of defeats the purpose of having it in your repair kit. I suspect some of the problems people elsewhere have had may be due to a poorly machined inflator because with my small, weak hands I'm able to use this quite easily. Mine came with a protective freeze sleeve to fit over the CO2 canister to keep your hands from getting cold but with my small hands I still have to press against the round butt of the canister to activate the trigger so I keep my gloves on for that step. Very easy to use, great aesthetics, fits easily in my small Lezyne Micro Caddy Saddle Bag. FYI one 16g CO2 canister will inflate a 700x25 road tire to ~90 PSI, enough to get you back home safely.

Quick and Easy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This CO2 System is really intuitive and easy to use. It inflates tires quickly. I've used it on my 29" mountainbike and one cartridge get's you up to pressure quickly. Like most things Lezyne this is well constructed and I have little doubt about it's long term durability.

beautiful, functional

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I must admit, while reading reviews for this inflator, I was torn between the beautiful design and good reviews compared with the mediocre design and glowing reviews of the similar Genuine Innovations product. Eventually the desire to have a CNC'd block of beautiful aluminum won out, hoping it would work when I needed it to.



Turns out it does work, and well. No complaints, does what it says it will, inflates your tires in a pinch, I've had to use it a single time and it did it's job. No complaints. Recommended. And I love that it looks beautiful and solid in my wedgie bag. And no messing with crappy hand pumps.

Easy to Use

    This is a lightweight, easy to use inflator. Pull back on the sleeve to let the air flow and let go to stop. Doesn't get much easier than that. Always be careful when using co2 to not blow the tire off the rim.

    Avg. ride time: 1h 38m per week
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    Good Pump

      well built, but the "trigger" can get sticky when it gets cold.

      Avg. ride time: 1h 30m per week
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      Great Pump

        Simple. Strong. Durable. We have two for the household. Go with CNC machined over other poorly constructed, injection molded pumps.

        Avg. ride time: 1h 30m per week
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        Keep it simple

          Simple design. Simple to use. Simply works well. I have two of these that I keep with two bikes. When you compare to other designs by Serfas like the Air Pod CO2 Pump this rocks. It's much smaller and lighter in weight. Additionally, the CNC-machined body will last. Do you really want to test injection molded plastic under the pressure of one of these canisters? Don't go there.

          will a co2 pump inflate an average mtn...

          will a co2 pump inflate an average mtn bike tire to full pressure (60lbs or so)? or is there a limit?

          Best Answer

          Phillip, the limit on most co2 dispensers is typically dependent on the CO2 cartridge and not the actual system. According to the Lezyne website (http://www.lezyne.com/co2-systems#panel-5) even a 25g cartridge will only inflate a mountain bike tire to 40psi or 2.8 bar. This would be plenty for a mountain bike tire, 60lbs is way too much for most riding.

          Phillip, the limit on most co2 dispensers is typically dependent on the CO2 cartridge and not the actual system. According to the Lezyne website (http://www.lezyne.com/co2-systems#panel-5) even a 25g cartridge will only inflate a mountain bike tire to 40psi or 2.8 bar. This would be plenty for a mountain bike tire, 60lbs is way too much for most riding.

          Where's the trigger? how does it work? how...

          Where's the trigger? how does it work? how do you prevent over inflating, can you show that or at least explain on your website. Thanks

          Best Answer

          You release air by pulling back on the sleeve that just behind where the inflator would meet the valve. Squeezed is releasing air, not squeezed will hold air. you most likely hold the inflator in you hand and pull back on the sleeve by putting it between your middle and index finger and pulling back.

          I am looking for 25 gram co2 cart. for...

          I am looking for 25 gram co2 cart. for life jackets with screw in top that will go into the life vests. Do you have anything like this.

          HuckandRoll does not stock any cartridges that large. You may try checking with Bass Pro Shops or Cabelas.