If the battle of the pumps was a thing, Lezyne would have just fired the next shot. An interesting addition to almost their entire line of floor pumps, their new ABS 2 pump head promises to make filling your tires even easier. The change comes as Lezyne also introduces the number of improved lights which cram an incredible amount of lumens into very compact housings…
Similar to other pump heads we’ve seen, the ABS 2 chuck pushes on to the valve and with a half turn of the of the collar it locks onto the valve. To remove, simply pull on the collar and it pops off. For Schrader valves the chuck simply threads on. Available in both high-volume or high-pressure pump heads, each include a pressure bleed valve. The 90° angle is also designed to work with aero disc wheels. As a running change throughout the line, only the Travel Drive and least expensive pumps will not see the new valve. The ABS 2 will also be available as an upgrade for current pumps for $17.99.
Preparing for the impending shipment of their first GPS units, Lezyne was having a bit of fun at the show with their Secret Agent Edition GPS watches which they were using to text message each other during the show. Part of the GPS functionality is the ability to display text messages during a ride among many other things, all in an affordable package. The GPS market is starting to see a lot of newcomers but the Lyzyne unit looks pretty good.
Continuing their march towards being an electronics company as much as a tool company, Lezyne is introducing nine new lights with everything from the ridiculous 1500 lumen Deca Drive XXL to the 100 lumen Strip Drive rear light. Many of the lights include revised shapes and mounting brackets or silicone straps while the rear lights gain accommodations for aero seat posts. We should have a few these in soon for a closer look.