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VIAIR 85P Portable Air Compressor EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has VIAIR 85P Portable Air Compressor on sale for $29.98. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free for orders $35+. Thanks SAIGA-Genesis
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Amazon.com has VIAIR 85P Portable Air Compressor on sale for $29.98. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more.
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I used mine today, and my dad showed interest, so I decided to add it to his Christmas wish list. I went to see where it was at, and I was pleasantly surprised. Looks like it was this price on both Amazon [amazon.com] and Walmart [walmart.com] around Black Friday as well, but those threads have since been expired.

Amazon [amazon.com] has it for $29.98 $32.42 with free 2-day shipping through Prime.
Edit: It looks like Amazon bumped it to $32.42 for Prime. Mobile Air Systems is still selling it on Amazon for $29.98 and free shipping, but it's no longer Prime eligible through them. It's also still $29.98 at Walmart (below).

Walmart [walmart.com] also has it for $29.98 with free in-store pickup or free shipping, though their free shipping option likely won't get it to you until after Christmas.

From the manufacturer:
"Always check your vehicle's auxiliary power port rating for maximum amperage to make sure it is rated to 15 amps or 180 watts before ordering the 85P"
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Not sure if you're trolling....but I wouldn't recommend doing this. It has a 15 amp fuse because it's engineered for that. Replacing it with a 20 amp fuse would allow it draw too much current and could cause damage.
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Can't beat these for the price. Makes those cheap plastic units look like Happy meal toys.
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These units are meant for outdoor usage where you want speed and reliability. I have an auto lcd unit too but when I'm 50 miles from a marked road this is the one I bring.

Don't be negative just because you don't understand the intended usage.
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Same price on Amazon.
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Can't beat these for the price. Makes those cheap plastic units look like Happy meal toys.
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Same price on Amazon.
I didn't make it clear in the OP, but the deal link is to Amazon. I'll fix that now. Thanks for pointing it out.
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"Portable air compressor powered by auxilliary power outlet. (The 85P can only be used if your outlet is rated to 15 AMPS/180 Volts or more)"
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Can't beat these for the price. Makes those cheap plastic units look like Happy meal toys.
Word. I have the 70p and it blows my old slime one out of the water. Fills up air in literally seconds vs minutes
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Can't beat these for the price. Makes those cheap plastic units look like Happy meal toys.
Oh please... My plastic fantastic Kobalt air pump from Lowe's make this look like a dummy. The digital screen is ready to read and see at night. It automatically reads the PSI of the tire when connected so you don't have to use a tire gauge. It lets you enter the desire PSI that you want for your tire and will automatically stop when it has reached that PSI. It has a built in emergency light. It comes with an outlet plug so you can use it at home to pump your bicycle, basketball and whatever else you need. And it comes with all the attachments needed and stored neatly ready to be used. I'm so glad I went with the Kobalt instead of this brand. It's like moving from a flip phone to an iPhone! Thank you to another SD member for pointing me to that Kobalt so now I'm doing the same here. https://m.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-12-...vkQAvD_BwE
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Oh please... My plastic fantastic Kobalt air pump from Lowe's make this look like a dummy. The digital screen is ready to read and see at night. It automatically reads the PSI of the tire when connected so you don't have to use a tire gauge. It lets you enter the desire PSI that you want for your tire and will automatically stop when it has reached that PSI. It has a built in emergency light. It comes with an outlet plug so you can use it at home to pump your bicycle, basketball and whatever else you need. And it comes with all the attachments needed and stored neatly ready to be used. I'm so glad I went with the Kobalt instead of this brand. It's like moving from a flip phone to an iPhone! Thank you to another SD member for pointing me to that Kobalt so now I'm doing the same here. https://m.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-12-...vkQAvD_BwE

You obviously have no idea what I meant when I said CHEAP plastic units. Thanks for the story though.
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It blew the 15 amp fuses in my Honda CR-V replaced them with 20 amp and it works fine
You make me scare now, how to find out how many AMP my car have on the slot?
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Showing $32.42 on Amazon now
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Oh please... My plastic fantastic Kobalt air pump from Lowe's make this look like a dummy. The digital screen is ready to read and see at night. It automatically reads the PSI of the tire when connected so you don't have to use a tire gauge. It lets you enter the desire PSI that you want for your tire and will automatically stop when it has reached that PSI. It has a built in emergency light. It comes with an outlet plug so you can use it at home to pump your bicycle, basketball and whatever else you need. And it comes with all the attachments needed and stored neatly ready to be used. I'm so glad I went with the Kobalt instead of this brand. It's like moving from a flip phone to an iPhone! Thank you to another SD member for pointing me to that Kobalt so now I'm doing the same here. https://m.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-12-...vkQAvD_BwE
These units are meant for outdoor usage where you want speed and reliability. I have an auto lcd unit too but when I'm 50 miles from a marked road this is the one I bring.

Don't be negative just because you don't understand the intended usage.
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Oh please... My plastic fantastic Kobalt air pump from Lowe's make this look like a dummy. The digital screen is ready to read and see at night. It automatically reads the PSI of the tire when connected so you don't have to use a tire gauge. It lets you enter the desire PSI that you want for your tire and will automatically stop when it has reached that PSI. It has a built in emergency light. It comes with an outlet plug so you can use it at home to pump your bicycle, basketball and whatever else you need. And it comes with all the attachments needed and stored neatly ready to be used. I'm so glad I went with the Kobalt instead of this brand. It's like moving from a flip phone to an iPhone! Thank you to another SD member for pointing me to that Kobalt so now I'm doing the same here. https://m.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-12-...vkQAvD_BwE [lowes.com]
The outlet plug sounds pretty neat, and I'd probably like to have that as well, but I keep this thing in my car at all times. Also, this does have a gauge and a light as well. That does look like a nice unit, but it's also around $15 more than this is right now. The auto-stop feature is nice to have as well, but the feed is live on the gauge on this one, and it fills the tire up really quickly, so there's no real point in walking away. It definitely is nice to know what else is out there.
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