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Sun Joe 24V-AJC-LTE-SJB 24-Volt iON+ Cordless Portable Air Compressor Kit | W/ 2.0-Ah Battery, Charger, Storage Bag, and Nozzle Adapters (Blue)

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I got the inflator from last time it went frontpage. The package comes with

1. A hard case
2. A battery with charger
3. Inflator
4. Two sets of adaptors (ball, airbed, and presta valves). One set can be attached to the inflator.

I tried it on a few balls and my bikes, one to 100psi another to 40psi. I have not tried it on car tires and airbeds. I tested the pressure using my hand pump. The pressure reads about 3 psi lower than what I set on the electric one but I would not trust reading from my 10+ old hand pump too much either.

Overall the infector works. It is a bit loud, a bit troublesome to change pressure setting (for example use +, - buttons to switch between 40 and 100 PSI), but works as advertised. However, I found it easier and faster to reach to my hand pump to inflate my bikes and balls. It should work well on cars but should be very slow in inflating large airbeds. I would say this can be a good tool for people who need to inflate car tires, or lots of balls or bikes, or who are too weak to use a hand pump.
Posts from the earlier thread say it sucks for cars, struggles to fill and inaccurate gauge. Better off with the wired one and the hassle.

Definitely should not keep the hot battery in the car

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This previously popular deal appears to be back on sale for the Sun Joe 24V-AJC-LTE-SJB 24-Volt iON+ Cordless Portable Air Compressor Kit | W/ 2.0-Ah Battery, Charger, Storage Bag, and Nozzle Adapters (Blue) for $29.99 + FS. I missed out last time so I hopped onto this deal.

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Any experience with that product anyone?
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My stuff from 6-7 still hasn't shipped...FYI
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Do people keep these in their cars or would it be better to have a 12v wired inflator in case of emergency and not having to rely on the battery?
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Didn't know I needed this? Thanks OP!
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Do people keep these in their cars or would it be better to have a 12v wired inflator in case of emergency and not having to rely on the battery?
Posts from the earlier thread say it sucks for cars, struggles to fill and inaccurate gauge. Better off with the wired one and the hassle.

Definitely should not keep the hot battery in the car
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Posts from the earlier thread say it sucks for cars, struggles to fill and inaccurate gauge. Better off with the wired one and the hassle.

Definitely should not keep the hot battery in the car
Just what I thought, but wanted to confirm. Thanks
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Do people keep these in their cars or would it be better to have a 12v wired inflator in case of emergency and not having to rely on the battery?
This is mostly for convenience, and I would only use this for topping off tire pressure. If you use this for emergency, you have to make sure that it's got enough charge.
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Any experience with that product anyone?
I got the inflator from last time it went frontpage. The package comes with

1. A hard case
2. A battery with charger
3. Inflator
4. Two sets of adaptors (ball, airbed, and presta valves). One set can be attached to the inflator.

I tried it on a few balls and my bikes, one to 100psi another to 40psi. I have not tried it on car tires and airbeds. I tested the pressure using my hand pump. The pressure reads about 3 psi lower than what I set on the electric one but I would not trust reading from my 10+ old hand pump too much either.

Overall the infector works. It is a bit loud, a bit troublesome to change pressure setting (for example use +, - buttons to switch between 40 and 100 PSI), but works as advertised. However, I found it easier and faster to reach to my hand pump to inflate my bikes and balls. It should work well on cars but should be very slow in inflating large airbeds. I would say this can be a good tool for people who need to inflate car tires, or lots of balls or bikes, or who are too weak to use a hand pump.
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Just what I thought, but wanted to confirm. Thanks
the ryobi posted here is much better for car tires, and overall build quality etc.
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