Hand-held pumps often struggle to inflate high pressure tires, but the Lezyne Pressure Drive makes it easier than any other hand-held pump. Inflating 90 PSI tires with hand-held pumps is still more difficult than automatic pumps, because of the lack of leverage, but for commuters the Lezyne makes...
A gauge is useful for checking the pressure in your tires, and the Lezyne Pressure Drive does not have one. However, you can purchase their Lezyne Pen Gauge separately, and it can be incorporated into the medium sized Pressure Drive pump.
This pump can inflate a road tire (90psi) in about 60 strokes (1 minute), and can easily deal with mountain or hybrid tires as well. It has a foldout footpad, which stabilizes the pump on the ground, and a T handle so you can have more leverage while using it.
The Road Morph sets up like a mini floor pump, which means it's much shorter than a full-size floor pump. So, in order to use it, you'd have to stay bent over quite low for some time until you inflate your tire, which can be annoying.
This pump has a reliable head that seals without fidgeting, it's comfortable to use. It's also durable and is likely to last a long time. It's great for use at home or in the garage, since it's not small or compact enough to be transported easily on your bike.
This is a full size floor pump, which is meant to be used in one place (like a bike shop, or your garage or house). If you need something to take along with you on your rides in case of flats, you'd probably need a portable hand-held pump, or a mini floor pump.