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GOOLOO via Amazon [amazon.com] has GOOLOO DC 12V Portable Air Compressor, 300 PSI Tire Inflator for Car, Bicycle, Motorcycles, Balls and Others on sale for $8 w/ promotional code H5YOICAD Shipping is free with prime.
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Promo Code does not work. Any recommendations?
Read the thread.
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Shilled brand. shill-y poster. GooLoo brand is almost exclusively posted by staffers. YMMV on value.
product has 65 reviews, given Fakespot A...but doesn't mean they aren't paid for just that they seem well written ;p.
Take "deal" votes and comments with some skepticism.
voting pattern is unusually fast/positive.

note that all of these mini pumps are really only good for occasional top offs, they take forever and usually have a low duty cycle (ie need to rest between prolonged use or they'll burn out).
multiple reviews saying how it broke after a couple ises or gauge is unreliable.
Hahaha. Fakespot A but it's not good enough. OMG. I thought lamespot is the end all be all of Amazon reviews. LMAO
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Harbor freight has one, with a 20% off coupon, same price.

https://www.harborfreight.com/12v...63152.html
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Harbor freight has one, with a 20% off coupon, same price.

https://www.harborfreight.com/12v...63152.html
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My only suggestion on using these small air pump is as follows.

If at all possible, put a tire jack under your car frame and lift the tire off the ground,
so you are pumping air in without the pump fighting against 800 pounds of weight on the tire.

Obviously, this is not possible in all cases, but that's what I do at home when I need to inspect the tire pressure, and adjust it to proper recommended pressure according to your car's owner manual.
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This would have been a great gift for my family. However, reading some of our SD comments, I think I'll pass...

I personally use my air suspension's 10-gallon tank to fill my tires when I need to in a pinch. The hose adapter and everything is left in a side compartment in case of emergency. Smilie
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My only suggestion on using these small air pump is as follows.

If at all possible, put a tire jack under your car frame and lift the tire off the ground,
so you are pumping air in without the pump fighting against 800 pounds of weight on the tire.

Obviously, this is not possible in all cases, but that's what I do at home when I need to inspect the tire pressure, and adjust it to proper recommended pressure according to your car's owner manual.
Wouldn't this yield false results?
Recommended tire pressure is when under load right?
So filling it to recommended PSI and THEN adding the weight of the car back on it will make it substantially above recommended PSI.

I like the tip of taking load off if in a hurry at least for the first 3/4 fill- probably does go way faster without that extra weight with these mini compressors. But for the finish/pressure measure I would think it should be with the weight of the car on it.
I'm not an expert though, maybe I've been doing it wrong all these years ha
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A gas station around my way has a air pump for $2 and it barely lasts long enough to get some air into 1 tire.
Act like I'm a nascar pit guy when filling air. Frown
Yeah. Agreed. So if you use it more than 3 times you're good to go on the fourth and after.

If I really need to pump tires and other things I have two 6+ gal compressors, for all the hate on this thing, just use it for what it's for, in a pinch and probably just one tire.. 😄 Or a little air in each giving it time to cool on between.
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I need to blow air out of things, like a duster. Will this do that?
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My preferred method to permanently repair a puncture is to use a plug while the wheel is still on, so that requires having a means of inflating any lost pressure. This seems like just the ticket to put in each of my vehicles. I don't intend to use it more than half a dozen times over the life of the pump, so it doesn't need to be fast, or be very durable.
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Shilled brand. shill-y poster. GooLoo brand is almost exclusively posted by staffers. YMMV on value.
product has 65 reviews, given Fakespot A...but doesn't mean they aren't paid for just that they seem well written ;p.
Take "deal" votes and comments with some skepticism.
voting pattern is unusually fast/positive.

note that all of these mini pumps are really only good for occasional top offs, they take forever and usually have a low duty cycle (ie need to rest between prolonged use or they'll burn out).
multiple reviews saying how it broke after a couple ises or gauge is unreliable.
I haven't read FTC guidelines in full, but I wonder if the original post is in violation: https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/b...are-asking
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Get 8 uses out of it and its paid for itself. But like others have said, duty cycles are usually bad on compressors this cheap are short. Use it too long without letting it cool and the motor will blow. Don't make this be your only option. But great for top offs. So if you want it to hopefully last, you have to be willing to put up with long periods of time trying to inflate something, especially tires.
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Have had one for 4-years that I keep in the trunk. Have used probably 3-times to save my ass when a slow leak happens. It's very loud and slow but it will make it up to about 40lbs before giving out. For $8, it's useful until something better comes along. Don't expect miracles...for that get an imaginary friend.
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