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AstroAI Air Compressor Tire Inflator, Portable Air Pump for Car Tires 12V DC Auto Tire Pump with Digital Pressure Gauge, 100PSI with Emergency LED Light for Car, Bicycle and Other Inflatables https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QR4Q...cFbXCT9JKM for $22.94
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I actually was going to buy one this weekend! Good deal!
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Anyone able to recommend a 12v DC to AC converter? Want to use this plugged into a wall socket sometimes
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Anyone able to recommend a 12v DC to AC converter? Want to use this plugged into a wall socket sometimes
https://www.amazon.com/AstroAI-Co...B07JGS8CN2

This is from the same company. I'm not sure if this a normal price or not.
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Why thumps down? This deal had made it to front page with almost similar prices. I own it and will definitely recommend this .
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Tu and repped op.
Suggestion using any of these air pumps, start it first and then attach to the tire.
This will keep you from blowing fuses.
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How accurate is the pressure reader?
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I own this, have used it a few times, digital gauge and auto off works perfectly. With small inflators just use them in spurts, 5 min then let it cool a bit to avoid it overheating.
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Yeah same here. Comes very handy in case of lower air pressure especially in winters. And it is super easy to use
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I bought this a month ago. The thing works well. Pressure reading is accurate, but it adds 1.5 lbs psi to whatever you program it to inflate to. So dial it back, if you aren't completely spastic removing the hose.
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https://www.amazon.com/AstroAI-Co...B07JGS8CN2

This is from the same company. I'm not sure if this a normal price or not.
This seller lied to me for $90 in January and deleted my skyp,anyone help me?
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Honestly I buy these in the 10-22$ range so that they are expendable. If this is truly but to last as far as the motor then it is a good deal. The last one I bought was half this size and 6$ from bargain hunt. Should last a few years for filling up bicycles etc.
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I had it when it was $19 last Thanksgiving. Just used a few times, so far so good.
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I had it when it was $19 last Thanksgiving. Just used a few times, so far so good.
Tried to use it yesterday and all four of my tires were at 24psi and I need it to be 32psi. I set it to 32psi and attached it to the valve and it shut off after two seconds. Checked my tire with my gauge and it was still at 25psi. Tried using it without the preset feature and it still turned off after 2 seconds without inflating my tire. This happened with all four of my tires. Plus, it's nice that it's lightweight but it was too light that even a slightest tug would tip the thing over and the valve hose isn't long enough to give it some slack. Ended up giving up after 30-45 minutes in the freezing cold. Requested a return right after I could feel my hands again.
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This seller lied to me for $90 in January and deleted my skyp,anyone help me?
interesting
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