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* Includes tire pressure gauge, work light, flash light, quick inflator and fast deflator
* High-pressure up to 250psi
* 30" high-pressure hose
* 10' power cord
* Includes 2-piece plastic nozzle and 1 ball needle

(15p back on quidco = £4.85)
Looks OK - worth keeping in the boot

(EDIT: tracks as 30p back on quidco so £4.70)
- aztech
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#1
great price , poor delivery times ( before the 2nd of jan next yr )
#2
Good price but have you seen the delivery charge which makes it £9.95!

"Order as many standard items as you like and pay only 4.95 delivery "
#3
pick up in store no delivery charge:thumbsup:
#4
Geemac
pick up in store no delivery charge:thumbsup:


Maybe these moaners live in Outer Mongolia where there is no Woolworths (yet).
#5
izzzzythedog
great price , poor delivery times ( before the 2nd of jan next yr )


this is the latest this should arrive not when.
Usually arrives 3-4 days after order in my experience
#6
Worth mentioning if you just skim read, this is not a tyre inflator - its for inflatable dinghy's and such, I didnt find it immediately obvious and bought one, then immediately cancelled after it percolated a little.

Cheers
#7
Do you mean that its fittings won't fit onto a car tyre in order to inflate it? Because it is surely powerful enough to inflate a car tyre (handling 250 psi, my car tyres are inflated to about about 30psi).
#8
crocodilemick
Worth mentioning if you just skim read, this is not a tyre inflator - its for inflatable dinghy's and such, I didnt find it immediately obvious and bought one, then immediately cancelled after it percolated a little.

Cheers


Are you sure it won't inflate tyres? It says is has a tyre pressure gauge so I would think it silly if it couldn't inflate them? I have ordered one for collection but don't know if I should now cancel? (+ it's also in the "Car Accessories" Section!)
#9
Predikuesi
Maybe these moaners live in Outer Mongolia where there is no Woolworths (yet).


Predikuesi that did make me laugh lol :-D
#10
Predikuesi
Maybe these moaners live in Outer Mongolia where there is no Woolworths (yet).


Maybe no Woolworths in Outer Mongolia but I bet they have a McDonalds & Starbucks:w00t:
#11
Geemac
Maybe no Woolworths in Outer Mongolia but I bet they have a McDonalds & Starbucks:w00t:


They do. They sell Big Yaks.:santa:
#12
[QUOTE=Predikuesi]They do. They sell Big Yaks.:santa:[/QUOTE

:thumbsup: :-D :santa:
#13
Just collected mine from the store and it does inflate car tyres - great price for £5 thanks OP! :santa:
#14
craig816
Just collected mine from the store and it does inflate car tyres - great price for £5 thanks OP! :santa:


did you order online and collect in-store or just popped in and purchased?
Reserved 2 online but showing as 7th Jan for collection.

Thanks
#15
Just ordered 3 for next years Xmas pressies. Showing as in stock, delivery on or before 9 January to my local store, so no delivery charges!
#16
Thanks to OP.

nice one - ordered for pick up in store. No more queing at the local garage for me :-)
#17
I bought one of these last week with an estimated delivery time on 3rd Jan
and it was delivered to my local store within 5 days.
#18
collected mine within a week of ordering. For a fiver not bad
#19
I used to carry a bicycle pump for my car tyres. They work just fine, just had to wear sunglasses - in order to act cool when pumping the tyres on the side of the road using a bicycle pump..
#20
Bal
did you order online and collect in-store or just popped in and purchased?
Reserved 2 online but showing as 7th Jan for collection.

Thanks


Ordered it online and had it sent to store - I think it took 5 working days.......... :santa:
#21
Thanks for this, needed one as always having to pay at a service station or similar.

Cheers OP

Ian
#22
I wouldn't trust the pressure reading of that, I wouldn't trust my tyres with it, seeing as its the only thing between the road and you. What I do is I have an extremely accurate pressure gauge from speed X I think its called and use that to measure my pressure. You can then use any old inflation mode making sure its set to the correct PSI with the accurate gauge.
#23
TeddyT
I wouldn't trust the pressure reading of that, I wouldn't trust my tyres with it, seeing as its the only thing between the road and you. What I do is I have an extremely accurate pressure gauge from speed X I think its called and use that to measure my pressure. You can then use any old inflation mode making sure its set to the correct PSI with the accurate gauge.


Thanks to OP as I to had to queue to check and inflate my tyres at my local petrol station.

As regards tyre pressure accuracy, although I will agree that it will not be 100% totally accurate I would be surprised and very disappointed if Woolworths were selling a product that specifically mentions car tyre pressure and then went on to leave the user with potentially dangerous tyres.

However, after the first time I use it, my plan would be to then cross check the tyre pressure reading with that reported at the local garage.
#24
does this need to be reserved online to be picked up instore?
#25
Not so sure about all the heat for this item.
Sure it's a great reduction but unless there's a load of dinghy users then I don't think that this is so hot.
As for carrying it in the boot - well unless I'm mistaken it's pretty large.
I recently bought a tyre inflator for £2.99 from QD, and it is in a box approx 3" x 4" and DOES fit nicely in the boot.
Have used it many times and it's perfect for pumping up tyres, beach balls and pools.
This one does have a light on it but I have never needed one for pumping up my tyres.

Just a thought.

Anyone ordering this though might be interested in buying this too.
http://www.woolworths.co.uk/web/jsp/product/index.jsp?pid=50943485

http://www.woolworths.co.uk/product_images/13/66/29/13662952.jpg

Its a car starter (As advertised recently) that plugs into cigar lighter and jump starts the car -

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#26
How is it powered? Mains or car 12v?
#27
Picked up one a few days ago...
It uses the 12v in the car. Note that this does take a good 5 minutes to pump a tyre by 10psi. Nearly 10-15 minutes for a near flat tyre and its very loud too!
The gauge is eratic at times and as the gauge goes up all the way to 250psi, the distance the needle has to move from 20-30 psi is so small that the tollerances could leave your tyres up to 5psi out.
But for £5 it sure beats using a foot pump!
#28
Now out of stock:x
#29
Thanks I reserved on for pickup in January at my local store! Heat added, cheers!
#30
rizla01
I recently bought a tyre inflator for £2.99 from QD, and it is in a box approx 3" x 4" and DOES fit nicely in the boot.


QD?
#31
These are ****!!!! I had 2 last year both worked a couple of times then went down the toilet :whistling: Might seem a good deal but the build quality has alot to be desired, stay away save your fiver for the sales :santa:
#32
no longer available.
#33
When I tried it a couple of hours, it was not allowing me to add this to the basket and when I tried doing it through another link, it said "this item is not available now"
#34
craig816
Just collected mine from the store and it does inflate car tyres - great price for £5 thanks OP! :santa:


It may well inflate a car tyre but it's not designed for that, from what I can see from the photograph the gauge increments are too high for it to do that accurately to exactly the right pressure. You could however over-inflate then use a separate tyre pressure tester and let air out until correct.
#35
tommysmith
... I would be surprised and very disappointed if Woolworths were selling a product that specifically mentions car tyre pressure and then went on to leave the user with potentially dangerous tyres..


Be prepare to be surprised and very disappointed as your feelings will not change the fact that it has been mis-described!

tommysmith
However, after the first time I use it, my plan would be to then cross check the tyre pressure reading with that reported at the local garage.


If you're going to go down that road then it will be interesting to hear the result. :whistling:

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