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*Operates from 12V vehicle cigarette lighter
*With Pressure gauge
*Inflates recreational inflatables and tyres
*With lock valve stem connector
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#1
http://i39.tinypic.com/23uog85.jpg
banned#2
Not Bad
#3
yep, I bought it year ago for 11 quid
[helper]#4
The quality of some of these compressors are appalling so if you buy one make sure you test it within a couple of days.....
#5
I got what looks the same model for £3.99 from my local BP forecourt last year. Good little unit.

I believe Home Bargains are doing them cheaper than this too.
#6
gari189
The quality of some of these compressors are appalling so if you buy one make sure you test it within a couple of days.....


well,but it do what is suppose to do :thumbsup:
#7
Home Bargains sell them for £3.99, and they look pretty much the same as these, upto 150 psi..

Would be interesting to see who makes the TESCO one and compare it to the one i have in the garage..

Rick
#8
If its anything like the home bargins one, it will brake after 3 uses lol Just fell to pieces inside. At least it managed to pump my wheel up enough for me to get off the motorway after a puncture. I've got a halfords only now that i got for £7 which is good for blowing up a tyre but the PSI meter is inacurrate by at least 2psi. All the portable ones are crap so use a petrol station one (some are free) but as a emergancy compressor it might be ok.
#9
just what i need , got a new bike and tyres need to go to 100psi , no punctures as yet but dont fancy having to pump them up
#10
Would take a day to inflate a bicycle tyre - avoid unless you've plenty of time on your hands, or have the patience of a saint.
#11
*cobra*;5552982
Would take a day to inflate a bicycle tyre - avoid unless you've plenty of time on your hands, or have the patience of a saint.


nope,inflated my tyres in minutes. ;-)
#12
*cobra*;5552982
Would take a day to inflate a bicycle tyre - avoid unless you've plenty of time on your hands, or have the patience of a saint.


total rubbish inflated my 19" type r tyre in about 10 seconds!
#13
Great price,

I went to get some air in tyres and water for windows the other day at BP and they wanted £1 for 4 minutes usage! Used to be 20p for air and free water.
#14
can you use this for airbeds?
#15
My experience with 2 of this type of compressor (1 bought 1 given) is avoid like the plague - they last about 8 usages only. By all means get one from Tesco but keep the receipt, at least you can get your money back.
#16
derektrotter
can you use this for airbeds?


To use with an airbed you would have to either cut the end off or have an adaptor as it has a car tyre valve end.
#17
It comes with an adaptor for other stuff. Just got one today from Northampton (Mere Way) if anyone's interested, a few left on the shelf. Not bad for the money although it seemed to struggle a little reaching 32 (2.2) when inflating my car tyres. It flew up to 30 quite quickly but then was slow getting the pressure up another 2 notches.

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