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VacLife 12V Portable Digital Air Compressor w/ Schrader Valve & LED Light EXPIRED

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VacLife via Amazon has VacLife 12V Portable Digital Air Compressor w/ Schrader Valve & LED Light on sale for $13.50 when you apply promotion code USVL731GO at checkout. Shipping is free.

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  1. Visit the page for VacLife 12V Portable Digital Air Compressor w/ Schrader Valve & LED Light
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  3. Apply promotion code USVL731GO
  4. Your total will be $29.99 - $16.49 promotion code = $13.50 with free shipping
Features:
  • Suitable for cars and medium SUVs with tire width less than 245mm and less than 50psi
  • Powered via 12V DC car adapter
  • Real-time digital tire pressure monitoring gauge

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ctsder asked this question on 06-10-2021 at 09:59 AM
06-10-2021 at 09:59 AM
Amazon reviews mention about using this for bikes 🚲 also the product description says that this works for Bikes.

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I think you misunderstand the purpose of this tire inflator. When you are in the middle of nowhere, you can pump air if you got a flat tire. It saved me a couple time when I have flat tire, I can fill the tire with enough air to get my tire fixed without changing to a spare tire.
He just fills up plastic bags with the free walmart air before he goes on long trips.
Exactly. More for emergencies and convenience. I keep a compressor in every car because you'll be so happy you did if you ever need it. Same story for a spare quart of oil and jumper cables

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I got this for $10.50. It feels a little cheap because of the lightweight plastic, but so far it works. I do like the detachable power cord. I wish the air hose was detachable as well.
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I got this for $10.50. It feels a little cheap because of the lightweight plastic, but so far it works. I do like the detachable power cord. I wish the air hose was detachable as well.
The problem with the detachables is that there's no place to store them so they become lose-ables.
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Seems good to me. Why TD?
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Returnable. I am going to give it a shot
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I must be a cheapskate because I only get air if it's free.... (free air hose next to the garage door at the local Walmart tire center.... $0 for as much as air as I want) Frown also.... it's darn fast... 5 tires in less than 3 minutes. Most of the time is spent unscrewing/screwing those valve caps.(plus dragging the spare tire out of the trunk to top it off, if needed)
I think you misunderstand the purpose of this tire inflator. When you are in the middle of nowhere, you can pump air if you got a flat tire. It saved me a couple time when I have flat tire, I can fill the tire with enough air to get my tire fixed without changing to a spare tire.
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I think you misunderstand the purpose of this tire inflator. When you are in the middle of nowhere, you can pump air if you got a flat tire. It saved me a couple time when I have flat tire, I can fill the tire with enough air to get my tire fixed without changing to a spare tire.
Exactly. More for emergencies and convenience. I keep a compressor in every car because you'll be so happy you did if you ever need it. Same story for a spare quart of oil and jumper cables
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It looks like this is their latest model. Lifetime warranty, This is a fire deal. Go go go
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I bought this for $13.99 a while back. It's not a bad pump. It's kind of big in my opinion, but there's a tradeoff between how quickly it can fill the tire and how big it is. This is designed to fill your tire fast. There's a lot of warnings written that you can't use it for prolonged periods, so I guess they're serious about that. But it took about 10s for it to pump my tire from 27PSI to 32PSI. There's also talk about how the motor will quickly blow out the replaceable fuse if you try to run it without a tire attached. Mine came with a crack on the side, but I didn't care enough to get a replacement. I have no idea what the handlebar is meant for.

Things I like: it's inexpensive and will fill the tire fast. Digital setting to autofill the tire
Things I dislike: lots of warnings about not running for long periods and sounds like it's easy to break (others don't have that issue). Bigger than I'd like. No self storage of the hose or power cable.

Overall, I am keeping mine until I find a better one. I would like something that takes less trunk space and is more reliable. I don't mind waiting longer to fill up a tire since it's only going to be used to top off and not fill a deflated tire.
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Ordered for a friend. thanks
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I think you misunderstand the purpose of this tire inflator. When you are in the middle of nowhere, you can pump air if you got a flat tire. It saved me a couple time when I have flat tire, I can fill the tire with enough air to get my tire fixed without changing to a spare tire.
He just fills up plastic bags with the free walmart air before he goes on long trips.
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If portability is a concern, this is $1 cheaper:
https://slickdeals.net/f/15080908-vaclife-air-compressor-tire-inflator-12-49?v=1&src=SiteSearch
What is different between VL721 and VL731? Is VL731 better?

Thanks.
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