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Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator w/ Digital Tire Pressure Gauge + $5 In Points for Shop Your Way Members EXPIRED

enigma4321 68 August 23, 2013 at 11:35 AM in Free Shipping (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 08-23-2013 at 03:23 PM View Original Post
Sears has Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator w/ Digital Tire Pressure Gauge for $17.99 with free store pickup. In addition, Shop Your Way members (free to join) may also receive $5 in points on a purchase of $10 or more when you enter promo code CS97001. Limit one coupon per purchase per member. Thanks enigma4321

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Edited August 23, 2013 at 12:07 PM by enigma4321
Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator w/ Digital Tire Pressure Gauge for $17.99 w/Free store pickup or Free Shipping for SYWM.
This was the FP deal last time. But better this time with the following promotion. Thanks Bluking for this.
Apply code CS97001 - Earn $5 in points on an online purchase of $10 or more for SYW MAX Members. - Bluking

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_1015...875114000P

This is my first post so not sure I added everything correctly.

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#46
One from HD I use. Sometimes $20. They also have it in 120 volt for same price. Mostly metal and powerful but as with most, the plastic tire attachment is the weak spot. Also don't use these more than 10 minutes or you risk compressor burning out.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-...hfplxvoYdo
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#47
Am I a MAX member?
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#48
Thanks!
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#49
no more free shipping to home. sears is too far to go pickup.
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Quote from rustum View Post :
I already have 5050 points. After applying coupon, it still shows initial 5050 points only. It is not adding extra 5000 for applying to same order. Am i missing something.
Did u go all the way to the last page at checkout?
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Quote from tomdc View Post :
One from HD I use. Sometimes $20. They also have it in 120 volt for same price. Mostly metal and powerful but as with most, the plastic tire attachment is the weak spot. Also don't use these more than 10 minutes or you risk compressor burning out.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-...hfplxvoYdo
In my view these cheapies should be used for emergencies only, i.e. inflating your spare up to snuff in case you have a blowout on the road; picked up a nail on the road causing a slow leak, etc. These cheap compressors have a limited life. Everyone should have a decent 110V compressor in their garage for other task - topping off your tires, blowing up inflatables and air tools.

From a review: "I took others advice and wrapped some electrical tape around the air hose where is comes from the inside of the enclosure to ensure it won't be prematurely cut by the units vibration. This seems to work well."
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Quote from jbloggs View Post :
So are these only powerful enough for topping up air or can it inflate from a flat or very low air pressure?
Since it's more difficult to inflate from 31 to 32 psi than from 0 to 1 psi, yes, it can do it, but you better bring a comfortable chair.
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Quote from jbloggs View Post :
So are these only powerful enough for topping up air or can it inflate from a flat or very low air pressure?
Cheaper ones recommend that you not use them for more than 10 minutes at a time or you'll very probably burn out the compressor.
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#54
I ordered this and it sucked. Had to return it. you're better off getting a non digital one.
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#55
Should I stick with this one http://www.amazon.com/Slime-40022...roduct_top or get the Craftsman? The Slime one I have seems like it is more solid and has a nice LED light.
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happens to have trial max membership to get free shipping, in 4 1. thanks
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#57
all of these "tire inflators" are absolutely crap, especially this model. i've used this one along with many from Walmart and i've found that the one from HF is actually a solid product. i've used it multiple times and it actually inflates my tires very quickly. it doesn't come with a separate tire gauge, but it has one built in that actually is very accurate and not too far off than what i get with my Craftsman digital tire pressure gauge.

regular "sale" price is $22 but these are frequently on sale for $14.99. then drop a 20% off coupon. i got this during one of those parking lot sales and dropped a 20% coupon and got it for $8 + tax

it's a much better product than this Craftsman one, it comes with a very useful storage bag, and has a mostly metal body. as a FYI, this thing is heavy for its size. it's an actual legit air compressor in a "tire inflator" size

http://www.harborfreight.com/12-v...69284.html
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Quote from hskrfn View Post :
Since it's more difficult to inflate from 31 to 32 psi than from 0 to 1 psi, yes, it can do it, but you better bring a comfortable chair.
i can swap out the deflated tire with my full size spare in less time than it would take to inject slime and inflate the tire back to highway pressure using this piece of crap
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Quote from tomdc View Post :
One from HD I use. Sometimes $20. They also have it in 120 volt for same price. Mostly metal and powerful but as with most, the plastic tire attachment is the weak spot. Also don't use these more than 10 minutes or you risk compressor burning out.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-...hfplxvoYdo
i have the HF version, works great. it's a legit air compressor in a small size...unlike these garbage tire "inflators"
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#60
Will this inflate my Zeppelin?
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