Car/cycle/other tyre compressor pump: Ultimate Speed Mini Compressor UMK10 C2 - Lidl £12.99
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Car/cycle/other tyre compressor pump: Ultimate Speed Mini Compressor UMK10 C2 - Lidl £12.99

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Posted 8th OctEdited by:"Newbold"
Ultimate Speed Mini Compressor UMK10 C2.

Operates from a 12V connection (cigarette lighter)
Suitable for inflating car tyres
Exchangeable overload protection
High-quality pneumatic hose
With carry handle and 4 anti-vibration footpads
Includes 4 adaptors for balls, air mattresses, bicycle tyres and more
Built-in pressure gauge
Max. air capacity: 35L/min
Max. operating pressure: 10 bar

These have been around for years, with excellent reviews. Infinitely better than a foot pump, far more versatile, and they run for years without problem.

Great price at Lidl - £12.99. Ebay sellers are pushing them out at £25!
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Call you use this to inflate balloons please?
These are very good! I got one about a year ago and regretted not buying another one for other vehicle. When they came back on sale again bought two more, one spare, just in case! Very good performance
t_rashid08/10/2019 16:16

Call you use this to inflate balloons please?


Yes probably, but would be very slow.
nanuek08/10/2019 16:22

Yes probably, but would be very slow.


Slow? Are you serious?
I have one of this.. very good this one.

Need to be careful with cord, car easily have a wear n tear.
Newbold08/10/2019 16:30

Slow? Are you serious?


Yes, it's high pressure but low volume . There are much faster ways to inflate loads of balloons
Oooh nice
t_rashid08/10/2019 16:16

Call you use this to inflate balloons please?


I was in Homebargains this week and they had the proper helium gas cylinders for inflating balloons, If I remember correctly they where quite cheap and less than the cost of this pump and you get the added bonus of floating balloons.
Edited by: "porsche911turbo" 8th Oct
porsche911turbo08/10/2019 18:05

I was in Homebargains this week and they had the proper helium gas …I was in Homebargains this week and they had the proper helium gas cylinders for inflating balloons, If I remember correctly they where quite cheap and less than the cost of this pump and you get the added bonus of floating balloons.


Cheapest I could find was this £20 canister from The Works - enough for 30 Balloons
Edited by: "restyler" 8th Oct
Is this available now? Can't seem to find it online
Rico00708/10/2019 19:54

Is this available now? Can't seem to find it online


Great stacks of them instore today.
porsche911turbo08/10/2019 18:05

I was in Homebargains this week and they had the proper helium gas …I was in Homebargains this week and they had the proper helium gas cylinders for inflating balloons, If I remember correctly they where quite cheap and less than the cost of this pump and you get the added bonus of floating balloons.


Before using helium I would suggest typing 'helium global shortage' into Google and have a quick read.
Sad they'll be no more floaty balloons but there are more important applications that need helium like MRI scanners.
walio08/10/2019 16:18

These are very good! I got one about a year ago and regretted not buying …These are very good! I got one about a year ago and regretted not buying another one for other vehicle. When they came back on sale again bought two more, one spare, just in case! Very good performance



The reason they so good is that they are made from the same tooling as the RAC700/Ring tyre inflater at 4 or 5 times the cost.

I've got a copy version myself and have had it 7 years, it gets used regularly on all sorts and it copes perfectly with even larger 4x4/Agricultural tyres.

If they're in my local Lidl I'll be buying another.
andymagic09/10/2019 10:23

The reason they so good is that they are made from the same tooling as the …The reason they so good is that they are made from the same tooling as the RAC700/Ring tyre inflater at 4 or 5 times the cost.I've got a copy version myself and have had it 7 years, it gets used regularly on all sorts and it copes perfectly with even larger 4x4/Agricultural tyres.If they're in my local Lidl I'll be buying another.


Thanks - that explains why they work and last so well.
jamgin09/10/2019 06:55

Before using helium I would suggest typing 'helium global shortage' into …Before using helium I would suggest typing 'helium global shortage' into Google and have a quick read.Sad they'll be no more floaty balloons but there are more important applications that need helium like MRI scanners.


Yup. No more MRI scans (at least using current tech) when the He runs out. Use it wisely folks.
andymagic09/10/2019 10:23

The reason they so good is that they are made from the same tooling as the …The reason they so good is that they are made from the same tooling as the RAC700/Ring tyre inflater at 4 or 5 times the cost.I've got a copy version myself and have had it 7 years, it gets used regularly on all sorts and it copes perfectly with even larger 4x4/Agricultural tyres.If they're in my local Lidl I'll be buying another.


What do you mean by "same tooling". They don't look physically like the Ring machines, so I'm a bit puzzled.
This, or pay the extra for Aldi digital auto Xs compressor?
kalico09/10/2019 19:34

What do you mean by "same tooling". They don't look physically like the …What do you mean by "same tooling". They don't look physically like the Ring machines, so I'm a bit puzzled.



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Ring RAC700 ^
Checked Lidl, none, not even in the magazine?
jamgin09/10/2019 06:55

Before using helium I would suggest typing 'helium global shortage' into …Before using helium I would suggest typing 'helium global shortage' into Google and have a quick read.Sad they'll be no more floaty balloons but there are more important applications that need helium like MRI scanners.


Blame the good old U.S.A. for selling off their Helium stocks.

Pre-Trump as well strangely.
How accurate is the pressure gauge on these?
IanC711/10/2019 15:00

How accurate is the pressure gauge on these?


Better than you'd expect. I've given up checking with a separate gauge because any difference is minimal.
I've already got a cheap Eurocarparts compressor pump, is this really worth getting and using the cheap one as a backup?
Newbold11/10/2019 15:14

Better than you'd expect. I've given up checking with a separate gauge …Better than you'd expect. I've given up checking with a separate gauge because any difference is minimal.

Thanks, I'll give it a go then.
Just buy the Ring version, £12 at wiko. You'll save yourself money in the long run. I went through lots of cheap air compressors before I bought one made by Ring. Does exactly what it's meant to and importantly, they seem pretty robust. Buying a decent brand really does make the difference, just like buying paper shredders in terms of their longevity.
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Edited by: "tightar5e" 12th Oct
3yr warranty, u' d expect it to last a little while
Just managed to grab one in store (Birmingham Hay Mills) had 1 left. Word of advice check the contents before you purchase as I didn't. opened the box and found 1 rubber leg missing luckily I was still in the car park exchanged it no problem. seems a good little powerful compressor
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1 left after I bought 1
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