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Guild Cordless Car Tyre Inflator with Accessories [12V] £30 @ Argos also Argos eBay
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Posted 13th Mar

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Whether you're inflating car tyres, footballs, airbeds, paddling pools, bicycles or inflatables at the beach, this is the inflator for you. Powered by a 12V battery, you can inflate anywhere! With a digital, easy-to-read pressure gauge you can set the PSI. The inflator will automatically stop when it reaches the desired pressure. So, whether it's a football at 8 PSI or a van tyre at 120 PSI, it won't go pop!

The battery can be charged from the comfort of your home with the included 3 pin mains adaptor. Or if the battery is getting low, the inflator can also be powered directly from your in-car cigarette lighter socket with the included power cable.

Also included are the adaptors for pumping up footballs and airbeds. With the handy LED light, you can see what you're inflating in the dark, essential if you have a flat tyre at night.

Guild power tools are built to last and come with a 2 year guarantee. So whether you are using a drill to put up a shelf or using a mitre saw to cut decking, you know with Guild power tools the products are built to last. Guild - for a job well done.

  • 10 minute inflation time.
  • Pressure up to 120 PSI.
  • Mains operated.
  • Length of air hose 0.5 m.
  • Work light provided.
  • Push button operation.
  • Digital display.
  • 15 air flow rate (litres per minute).
  • 2.7m power cable length.
  • Adaptor kit included.
  • Pre-set pressure mode.
  • Auto stop function.
  • Size H25.5, W19.5, D7.5cm.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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Decent idea tbh, all the car inflators I've had, have become faulty after a year or so. Seem a decent bit of kit, just not sure I'd pay £30 to pump my tyres or footballs when I can do it for free (or buy an Inflator for around £10)
Nice deal, voted hot!!!
Thanks OP, I have three cars in our house to service/maintain so I'd pay £30 to save trips back and forth to the only free tyre inflation petrol station (Sainsbury's) in Loughborough.
I’d more than likely use this sort of thing for my car tyres. My car already has a lighter socket so I have one that is corded, kept in the boot. If you are happy to keep the extra battery maintenance/top up routine this would be handy out and about away from the car like beach, garden, park
Edited by: "androidavis" 13th Mar
It's worth it. If it lasts. The electric ones are worthless. Just die in no time.
jcwheeler9413/03/2019 10:00

Decent idea tbh, all the car inflators I've had, have become faulty after …Decent idea tbh, all the car inflators I've had, have become faulty after a year or so. Seem a decent bit of kit, just not sure I'd pay £30 to pump my tyres or footballs when I can do it for free (or buy an Inflator for around £10)


How do you do it for free, unless at work. Most fuel station's cost 20p plus.
peter1969uk13/03/2019 11:15

How do you do it for free, unless at work. Most fuel station's cost 20p …How do you do it for free, unless at work. Most fuel station's cost 20p plus.


Sainsburys is free, three fuel stations within 5 miles of me. Always go there for fuels and will do my tyres if low. Never paid anything at a fuel station to fill my tyres.
jcwheeler9413/03/2019 11:22

Sainsburys is free, three fuel stations within 5 miles of me. Always go …Sainsburys is free, three fuel stations within 5 miles of me. Always go there for fuels and will do my tyres if low. Never paid anything at a fuel station to fill my tyres.


None near me are free, could do with Costco adding free ones at their stations.
peter1969uk1 m ago

None near me are free, could do with Costco adding free ones at their …None near me are free, could do with Costco adding free ones at their stations.


That's annoying I thought they were very common, I'm just lucky that they're on my every route. I think Morristons do free air, if you fill up with fuel from them, I think you get a token from the till?
Ive had two off these , note note this make tho... they never lasted they just burn out after a while, i used to use them to top up around 10 footballs every other week. so using for a tyre(s) i would question?
jcwheeler9413/03/2019 11:22

Sainsburys is free, three fuel stations within 5 miles of me. Always go …Sainsburys is free, three fuel stations within 5 miles of me. Always go there for fuels and will do my tyres if low. Never paid anything at a fuel station to fill my tyres.


Becoming rarer though; Morrison's used to be free with a code when you bought fuel, now it's changed to 10p/minute which I think is fair unlike most places £1 minimum purchase.
peter1969uk13/03/2019 11:15

How do you do it for free, unless at work. Most fuel station's cost 20p …How do you do it for free, unless at work. Most fuel station's cost 20p plus.


Tesco is actually 50p
Roger_Irrelevant19 m ago

Becoming rarer though; Morrison's used to be free with a code when you …Becoming rarer though; Morrison's used to be free with a code when you bought fuel, now it's changed to 10p/minute which I think is fair unlike most places £1 minimum purchase.


Becoming silly really, I'm just lucky to have so many Sainsburys by me
Rip-off. I mean Tesco price
Edited by: "Tomcio" 13th Mar
I'll just call the AA...

Thanks anyway

Cold.

Kindest regards
Tomcio2 h, 34 m ago

Tesco is actually 50p


Which is I I said 20p plus.
You are lucky to find a Sainsburys one working, as people keep cutting the end off and nicking them! I have the eBay one with a light in the handle, might be Van H one, I think the eBay one is better, it varys when on offer £30 to £35, but the lead is shorter
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After you owned one you wonder why you had not bought one earlier. No more trying to get the lead to reach from the cigar lighter socket, or finding a garage air line that actually works properly. These are great bits of kit.
Looks good
Picked one up, seems pretty good. Thanks
firstofficer13/03/2019 14:28

I'll just call the AA...Thanks anywayCold.Kindest regards



Will they come out if the tyre pressure just seems low?
Maybe depends on whether you are incapable of changing a wheel? And/or the situation, lots of traffic or a motorway?
With the RAC, they always take at least two hours to come
jasee20/03/2019 06:38

Will they come out if the tyre pressure just seems low?Maybe depends on …Will they come out if the tyre pressure just seems low?Maybe depends on whether you are incapable of changing a wheel? And/or the situation, lots of traffic or a motorway?With the RAC, they always take at least two hours to come



If you mountain out of a molehill they will surely come out...

Especially if warning lights are on...

Kindest regards
firstofficer20/03/2019 06:42

If you mountain out of a molehill they will surely come out... Especially …If you mountain out of a molehill they will surely come out... Especially if warning lights are on...Kindest regards



I don't have that kind of advanced car.
They proritise things, so you may have to wait an awful long time.
Personally, if I was a belts and braces person, I'd keep a foot pump in the car, I'm surprised no-one has suggested that, won't wear out, nothing to go wrong etc, maybe a bit difficult for some to use,
jasee8 m ago

I don't have that kind of advanced car. They proritise things, so you may …I don't have that kind of advanced car. They proritise things, so you may have to wait an awful long time. Personally, if I was a belts and braces person, I'd keep a foot pump in the car, I'm surprised no-one has suggested that, won't wear out, nothing to go wrong etc, maybe a bit difficult for some to use,



Good point... Might invest in one

Kindest regards
The free air at petrol stations is not always accurate also it is best to check your tyre pressures when they are cold as air expands when it is hot giving a higher reading.

Any type of tyre inflator can become inaccurate, my old Michelin foot pump was showing 44psi but it was actually at 52psi.
Personally I double check mine with separate pressure gauge.
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