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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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N 4 1.....most air pumps take a debit card or more quarters than you have in your console.

Reminder to all who bought .....Smash the I Bought One Button....don't cost a thing to give the OP rep points.
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I brought this 2 years ago in 2017 and it's still works. Used it probably 5 or 6 times and it gets the job done. It's slow and LOUD but it works.
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Harbor freight has one, with a 20% off coupon, same price.

https://www.harborfreight.com/12v...63152.html

I have this one and it's good enough. Still alive after four or five years. Gauge has always been inaccurate and it gets scary hot after a few minutes, but it's fine for (slowly) topping up four tires. Wouldn't count on it for anything more than that though.
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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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How did this make it to front page? I am puzzled. Is merchant reputation and product quality is not a consideration at all?
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I've been getting low tire pressure alerts on my leased car but it doesn't indicate which one. So I just top off all of them and the alert goes away for another few weeks.

For 8 bucks, it's worth getting rid of the annoying low tire pressure alert.

In a few more months, I'll be turning the car in, so it's a much better deal than taking it to the shop and have them try to figure out which one it is and wasting my work day or weekend.
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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.
Thank you, ive done that in the past, you are right and it's good advice
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"The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase."
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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

Well, Imagine this -- you can either try to blow air into one of those pool floatie with a 800 pound person sitting on top of it, or you can blow it up without that person laying on top... and, you have to keep doing it until it's full -- what choice would you make?

Depending on the recommended tire pressure on your car, you can always inflate to the Max or to your choice of PSI (after pumping & measuring with a real tire gauge), lower the jack, re-check the tire pressure. If it exceeds the max pressure, just let a little bit of air out.

All tire pressure are suppose to be read with "cold tires"... so car makers know tire pressure will increase a little once you start driving the car.
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I have one that looks just like this, bought, 10+ yrs ago as part of a package of stuff, including D-Cell battery jump starter from Da Boyz (Pep Boys)
It's been used sparingly, but does the job when I have a low tire, or want to be sure all 4 are at the same pressure.
Te guy here who says it's junk may have gotten a lemon, it happens.
BTW, if it is the same item, you can preset the turn-off pressure, a nice feature.
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I got two, one for me and one for pops, pops day coming up!
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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.
Quote from sarcasmogratis
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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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Well, Imagine this -- you can either try to blow air into one of those pool floatie with a 800 pound person sitting on top of it, or you can blow it up without that person laying on top... and, you have to keep doing it until it's full -- what choice would you make?

Depending on the recommended tire pressure on your car, you can always inflate to the Max or to your choice of PSI (after pumping & measuring with a real tire gauge), lower the jack, re-check the tire pressure. If it exceeds the max pressure, just let a little bit of air out.

All tire pressure are suppose to be read with "cold tires"... so car makers know tire pressure will increase a little once you start driving the car.
Try this experiment some time:
Jack up one wheel off the ground and pump it up to the desired pressure (checking with a separate gauge)..
Lower the car back down and measure the tire pressure again with the same gauge.
Result: Very little to no meaningful change in air pressure within the tire.
Now, if you have a completely flat tire, you can perhaps save the compressor part of the work it takes to lift the wheel rim from resting on the ground to the few inches height of the inflated tire, by instead doing that work in advance with a jack, but it's still putting most of that energy into compressing the air to the desired PSI so it might save very little. The increased temperature from driving around is going increase pressure more than just setting the corner weight of the car on a properly inflated tire.
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Good to keep in the car in case of emergency only. These things are cheap and burn out over time.
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Dead deal? Says the coupon isn't valid

EDIT: Had to change the seller. Was able to purchase!
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Y'all are making a thing out of something that is cheaper than a Big Mac Combo. We get it, it's not going to shoot out 200PSI. It's literally the size of a Big Mac container, it's made for emergencies. Who cares if it's loud and slow? The chances that you'll use this thing is very rare and if you do, it's going to be because you're in a jam & got to go in a jiffy... Get it? Jam and jiffy? Naah? Dad jokes?.. Naah? Lol, okay.. So let's lighten up the mood folks.

tldr; it's a great deal for when you're in a pickle. got this along with the gooloo battery jumper from a couple months back,
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