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Draper Mini Air Compressor Inflator for Tyres & Inflatbles 12v DC INC DELIVERY £14.44

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Draper Mini Air Compressor Inflator for Tyres & Inflatbles 12v DC Loads of good reviews :) Multi-functional compressor with flash light /torch beam and pressure gauge. For the inflating of t…
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Draper Mini Air Compressor Inflator for Tyres & Inflatbles 12v DC

Loads of good reviews :)



Multi-functional compressor with flash light /torch beam and pressure gauge. For the inflating of tyres, dinghies and sports equipment. Powered by cigarette lighter socket. Supplied complete with 12V DC car cigarette lighter plug on 3M long (approx.) lead, two inflating adaptor nozzles, one needle valve adaptor and hose clip-on tyre adaptor.

The pressure gauge on this model is for guidance only

Thats a bargain for 24/48 delivery great device better than all the ones u see in a petrol station or with a repair kit .

http://www.tooled-up.com/Product.asp?PID=20068


Also 5% quidco !
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This is a great deal !
#2
cruisecars
This is a great deal !

Not if the guage doesn't read the correct pressure.

Customer Reviews

By Steve Wood on 03/06/2009

Works o.k, but a bit flimsy. Pressure gauge is rubbish to get 30 psi the gauge reads 42 psi!!!

http://www.tooled-up.com/Product.asp?PID=20068
#3
most devices will not read correct if you want a perfect one you will be needing to spend £80 +
#4
cruisecars
most devices will not read correct if you want a perfect one you will be needing to spend £80 +


suggest it is not unreasonable for a device to perform the function it is supposed to do: in this case indicate a pressure with a reasonable degree of accuracy.
believe a 40% variance of indicated pressure is unacceptable regardless of price.
of course, consider that we do not know the source calibration nor accuracy of Mr. Wood's gauge... :w00t:

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