Two kit options available: Two 20-gram CO2 cartridges or no cartridges, and a simple Velcro strap.
12.09.2019 - [Tested] Lezyne Sendit Caddy / Tubeless CO2 Blaster - MTB-MAG.com
Through a really smart design, Lezyne managed to squeeze quite a few features into an all-in-one setup. The black canister houses 5 spare plugs and covers the awl so it doesn’t stab anything that it’s not supposed to. The inflator has a dial, so you can modulate how you exhaust the CO2...it’s an inflator, a brilliantly thought out plug kit (that works better than most any other minimalist combo options) and tidy storage for spare plugs.
4.13.2019 - Sarah's Friday Randoms - Sea Otter 2019 - Sarah Moore, Pinkbike.com
"Lezyne came up with the concept for this tire plug/CO2 blaster combo a couple of weeks ago and, in record timing, expect it to be ready to purchase within the next month. Lezyne machined their existing Tubeless kit repair to integrate seamlessly with their trigger drive CO2 inflation. The kit has 5 plugs and a 16g CO2 canister. Use the tire plug and inflate all in one!"
4.19.2019 - Lezyne Tubeless CO2 Blaster fills and plugs your tire in one move - Zach Overholt, Bikerumor.com
"Housed in a protective tube, the Tubeless CO2 Blaster is an extension of their [Tubeless Kit] which adds a CO2 inflator to the plugger tool.Add a tubeless plug to the tool, insert it into the hole in the tire, and let ‘er rip on the CO2 inflator. The CO2 goes into the tire, and the plugger prevents it from leaking out. Then when you’re done inflating it, you pull the plugger from the tire leaving the plug in place, filling the hole."
4.17.2019 - Sea Otter 2019 - The Leftovers - Travis Engel, BIKE Magazine
"The nifty new gadget is so new, it barely made it across the pond from Lezyne’s factory in time for the show. It’s essentially an inflator and plug insertion tool in one...Because its traditional fork-style insertion tool uses traditional bacon-strip plugs, you can use however many of whichever plug you want. And there’s an integrated reamer at the base of the tool to rough up the surface area for better adhesion. The air is released by a separate valve instead of by twisting the CO2 cartridge, which makes that crucial moment a little more controlled...The Tubeless CO2 Blasticer will go for $50, and it’ll be available late this spring."