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Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator with Digital Tire Pressure Gauge for $17.99 + Free store pickup

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Sears.com [sears.com] has the Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator for $17.99 + tax.
It's regularly $34.99 but there's a $17.00 instant discount and a $2.00 promotional discount.
Not sure how long the $17 discount is good, but the promo discount ends Dec 12, 2017. Store pickup is free, or if you add $7.01+ worth of additional items ($25 cart total) you get free shipping.

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I've found this inflator to be very handy even if it's not particularly quick. It's simple enough to use that at this price I just picked another one up for the wife's car.
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Wish it were the C3 version 😩
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Wish it were the C3 version 😩
Which one is the C3 version? Link?
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Which one is the C3 version? Link?
I think mfrasier is referring to this one [sears.com], though if you click the link you can see it is not currently in stock. SearsOutlet [searsoutlet.com] has one listed for $39, but it's refurbished.
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Does SlickDeals automatically monetize each and every link posted?
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Thanks OP if this is anything like the one that they sold last year around this time, it's pretty handy because you can set in the PSI you want it to inflate to
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Spend more and get the Kobalt model from Lowe's on eBay. It's got all the important features like auto stop, auto PSI reading, can inflate a bunch of stuff besides the cars tires. Built-in emergency light. And you can use your home outlet for indoor use.
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I have it in my minivan and I wouldn't recommend it. It's bulky, lots so plastic and the removable gauge is hard to remove making it basically useless. I prefer a more compact inflator with less features but that takes less room in my trunk.
Also, there is no good place to put the needles for the ball. They keep falling off. Unbelievable how poorly designed the tab to hold them is.
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Spend more and get the Kobalt model from Lowe's on eBay. It's got all the important features like auto stop, auto PSI reading, can inflate a bunch of stuff besides the cars tires. Built-in emergency light. And you can use your home outlet for indoor use.
If I wanted to spend 40 bucks I'd get the Jaco over that Kobalt any day
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I have it in my minivan and I wouldn't recommend it. It's bulky, lots so plastic and the removable gauge is hard to remove making it basically useless. I prefer a more compact inflator with less features but that takes less room in my trunk.
Also, there is no good place to put the needles for the ball. They keep falling off. Unbelievable how poorly designed the tab to hold them is.
The craftsman or kobalt?
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Ordered one because I didn't want to have to pull out my huge air compressor just to fill a low tire. Just received an email about 20 minutes later saying Sears refunded me.
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I had one of these, worked well for several years but now it's crapped out. It's handy to have in your car though.
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Probably not great, but I've been trying to burn points for a long time, finally something I can put to use. Hopefully it's usable for a while.
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Had one, lasted a few years. The output diminished as time went on. It would take forever to inflate a tire.
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