** Expired ** Digital Tyre Compressor, £15.95 Delivered Using Code: JULYFIVE @ gizoo
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** Expired ** Digital Tyre Compressor, £15.95 Delivered Using Code: JULYFIVE @ gizoo

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Found 1st Jul 2012
Very Good Reviews.
Same Tyre Inflator Costs £20.99 @ Amazon (See 1st Link)
Quidco + TCB Available!

Inflate tyres quickly and easily
Ensure optimum vehicle performance
Compatible with cars, vans and motorbikes
Digital tyre gauge measures current tyre pressure
Set target tyre pressure and inflate
Automatic shut off
Black carry case included
3.5 metre power lead plugs into cigarette lighter
Can switch units of pressure among Bar, Kpa and Psi
Adapters for sports balls, mattresses and rafts included
Has a handy built in light

19 Comments

my tyres are rubber.

Looks like old version as new is led

don't waste your money on this type,you can pick them up from petrol garages around £10, they allways burnout/smoke out within a year, pay a bit more get something decent and it will last you longer, I own this mitchelin one and its great.

amazon.co.uk/Mic…G5U

Original Poster

garbage456

Looks like old version as new is led


Is'nt this LED? oO
http://www.gizoo.co.uk/Images/Products/DigitalTyreCompressor/Additional/lrg-6-digitalTyreCompressor.jpg

Original Poster

mega1978

AA Car Essentials 12-Volt Digital Tyre Compressor Amazon 15.99


Bad reviews for the AA one!
Edited by: "taswir1" 1st Jul 2012

PLEASE EXPLAIN HOW YOU GET THIS PRICE .THANKYOU

Been looking for a decent compressor and this looks pretty good. have placed the order but although it says 'In Stock' on the item, when i confirmed the order it says 'Awaiting stock - Dispatch expected 04/01/0001' !

If you're after a cheap compressor by a respected brand, get this for less than twelve quid. It has the added bonus of NOT having two of the features that typically die first - i.e. a digital display or auto-off. I've owned about 5 or 6 tyre compressors including Halfords, Mitchellin, and AA and this is the quickest one I've owned yet and hopefully it won't pack in with twelve months like the rest. Paying between 35-50 quid for a known brand doesn't mean it'll last any longer in my experience.
Edited by: "Deluxe" 1st Jul 2012

Do not confuse with RING air compressor which is excellent. And this is copy of it-and rubbish,dont waste your money.
RING is the best-I am using it for third year with no problems.
Edited by: "Rimi" 1st Jul 2012

Original Poster

zimbat

PLEASE EXPLAIN HOW YOU GET THIS PRICE .THANKYOU



Right....
Add the item in your basket,
In your basket page it says - Do You Have a Gift Voucher?
Type JULYFIVE - then checkout & pay
Sorted


Edited by: "taswir1" 1st Jul 2012

Original Poster

Rimi

Do not confuse with RING air compressor which is excellent. And this is … Do not confuse with RING air compressor which is excellent. And this is copy of it-and rubbish,dont waste your money.RING is the best-I am using it for third year with no problems.



According to all the reviews - are all them people daft going for the cheaper version - surely it must me good as I am
also using this one, also going into my third year - no probs, so far
Edited by: "taswir1" 1st Jul 2012

taswir1

According to all the reviews - are all them people daft going for the … According to all the reviews - are all them people daft going for the cheaper version - surely it must me good as I amalso using this one, also going into my third year - no probs, so far



Listen mate, I had both of them:first I bought cheaper version, which kept on going for 7 months.Then it just burned out.
Then I have bought Ring-£10 more expensive,but it keeps on going till now,so definetly,Ring is better.

I have the Ring compressor. Works well for me for over 3 years.

Copy is the word, just a white printed logo on the ring one LOL

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51zZLlm7eAL._SL500_AA300_.jpg
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41fb8HtkRDL._SL500_AA300_.jpg
Edited by: "renderman" 1st Jul 2012

We've had 2 of these Gizoo ones in the household for a few years now with no problems. They are used regularly but sometimes need a bit of button fIddling to kick into life but then work fine.

Had two of these recently from Amazon - both failed after pumping caravan tyres to 52psi, the last one did it but then refused to work.
Needless to say that I have not been invited to pass feedback by Amazon

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