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250 PSI 12V Mini Air Compressor 12 Volt Emergency Car and Truck Tire Pump (wi...

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  • 250 PSI Mini Air Compressor for Cars, Trucks and Inflatables
  • 10 Foot Nylon Pressure Hose with Locking Head
  • Adapters Included for Inflatables Such as Rafts, Basket Balls, Etc.
  • Excellent for Roadside Emergencies
  • 3 Nozzle Adapters for Inflating Tires, Sports and Camping Equipment
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Technical Details
Item Weight658 g
Product Dimensions10.2 x 25.4 x 27.9 cm
Manufacturer referenceRVR2009
Manufacturer Part NumberRVR2009
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #16,377 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 5 2011
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This new and improved 12v Mini Air Compressor is the perfect addition to every emergency kit! Easily inflate everything from a camping mattress to a car tire by using this 12v air compressor. It's compact design allows for easy storage and convenience for RVers and Campers alike! Features & Specifications 10Ft. Cord plugs into 12-Volt Cigarette Lighter2 nozzle adapters and sports needleGreat for cars, bikes and inflatables250 psi Max Output Heavy Duty ABS Construction 22" Nylong Air Hose with Quick Release Chuck 3 Nozzle Adapters for Inflating Tires, Sports and Camping Equipment Lightweight and Compact, Easy to Store adn Transport

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Usable but not durable.. Jan. 18 2011
By Dien-Tse Tsai - Published on
I got this as a gift. While it did do its job, it does it extremely slowly. It takes minimum of 10 to 15 mins to fully pump to about 25 psi from flat or 10 psi. I used it for less than 6 months and it broke. The pump would not produce air while the compressor still operates. I would say that this is for inflating ANYTHING but car tires. The metal part near the gauge gets SCORCHING hot after a while, I got myself a blister when picking it up one time. Shell the extra 20 bucks and get something better. I would not recommend this to anyone.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great to Keep on Hand Aug. 3 2011
By Victoria M - Published on
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This is really great to keep in your car. Doesn't last forever, if you use it heavily like I do they last a year or two, then will need to be replaced but for $15 or $20 it's worth it. Great if you get stuck or have a slow leak. Also it comes with adapters for toys and basketballs, ect. Great to keep on hand. We keep one in each of our cars now. It can be a life saver. If you have a big truck or SUV (like my mom's explorer)it can take a bit longer to blow up the tire though, but still it's better to wait an extra 15 minutes than to be stuck there! Also just be careful - the metal hose attachment on top can get hot if it running for awhile, so always pick it up by the black plastic parts!Other than that, fantastic product. Highly recomend.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
u get what u pay for Feb. 17 2012
By Burlen Loring - Published on
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I bought one of these little guys almost exactly 1 year ago. I've used it once or twice a week to keep my bike tires inflated to 120psi. It has worked well for this purpose. It's a bit slower than a floor pump for this but it works. Unfortunately the mechanical linkage that couple the motor to the compressor broke yesterday while inflating a tire. The motor still runs fine, just doesn't pump anymore. I guess it's what to expect from something so cheap. However I had expected this to have a longer life. this is reflected in my rating of 3 star.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Does the job June 24 2011
By Stoney - Published on
At $6.99 (on sale at my local Harbor Tools), this is a great bargain. It's well worth having one in each of my cars for emergencies, even if it is never used. I've used it a couple of times, both for car tires, hand-cart tires, and utility wagon tires.

It has a built-in pressure gauge, but (since it goes to 140pds), when trying to inflate something to ~30pds the gauge accuracy is only +/- 5 pounds or so. The built-in gauge is handy to be sure you aren't overinflating, but you still need an accurate tire gauge to measure the tire pressure.

Partly because it is small and light (and therefore easily packed), it's probably ideal for inflating bicycle tires, basketballs, footballs, beach balls, rafts, and air mattresses, and other light-duty use. Although it may work in an emergency, I would not recommend it for inflating truck tires.

I use a larger heavier-duty air-pump for routine topping off of my car tires. Q Industries HV35 SuperFlow 12-Volt 140 PSI Air Compressor

To see my "Put together a tire maintenance kit" and "Repair a tire valve" guides, click on "See all my reviews" above, then click on "So you'd like to know" guides on the left side of the page
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
No on and off switch Feb. 10 2013
By Walter Fuehrer - Published on
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No on-and-off switch. The only way to stop it is to unplug it. This makes it hard to watch the meter and get the exact pressure.

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