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Guild Cordless Tyre Inflator with Accessories - 12V - £35 with free collection @ Argos

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About this productWhether 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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    Can get the more powerful ryobi inflator for a couple of quid more.

    amzn.eu/d/f…nEa
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    That one is body only.
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    Good for bicycles and footballs but it struggles with car tyres unless your topping 2 or 3 psi, even then the battery is dead after 3 wheels, so unless your Del Boy, there pretty poor for the price.
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    I find the battery is good enough to "top up" 4 van tyres and 8 car tyres as I do the rounds.
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    Photo issue
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    Thank u
    Sorted now.
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    Ours is perfectly fine, but only ever pumped one tyre up from completely flat and that was a wheelbarrow one. Use it regularly to check the car tyres.
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    Had this for a couple of years not great run on the battery but no problems from the cigarette lighter, digital display makes a difference
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    Bought this a couple of years ago for a bit less than this. No complaints, it has a permanent place in the car boot. Battery is only okay, mainly use it with the 12v lead
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    Bought it on Tuesday to inflate a flat car tyre as the lighter socket doesn’t work. Had to return it as it couldn’t handle it. It also has the “clip on” valve rather than the screw on which gives a better seal. Bought this instead for £10 more:
    argos.co.uk/pro…4:2
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    anyone ever used one of these to pump a presta bike valve with the adaptor? i can't seem to get it to work.
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    Yes, but I use a screw on brass adapter. Something like this: Presta valve adaptor 5 pack - Presta to Schrader Bike Pump Valve Adaptor Converter | Rubber inner ring | Inflate bike tyre with standard pump or air compressor | Quality Brass amzn.eu/d/0…C0m
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    Would this be good for easily seating tubeless tyres on road bikes?
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    I got a Ferrex branded version of this identical pump online from Aldi in their sale for just £15 late last year. Its great for regular checking and topping up car tyres. Its only £30 full price online with Aldo so maybe worth a search or holding out for the Aldi version in the future...
    I'm very happy with it - it'd be OK at £30 as its so much easier than plugging in the wired versions into the car, but it was a bargain at £15...
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    Just used the ferex one too, quite impressed, may get another
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