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Halfords Digital Tyre Inflator Was £45 - Now £19.99 In Store & Online ? Quidco
Halfords Digital Tyre Inflator Was £45 - Now £19.99 In Store & Online ? Quidco

Halfords Digital Tyre Inflator Was £45 - Now £19.99 In Store & Online ? Quidco

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Just been in store and seen this on display. Seems a good price.
Saw this at Christmas and didn't manage to get one; seemed to popular back then.

This one inflates tyre in less than 3 minutes, is digital and also has a light.

Can't find it online.

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This model is being phased out. In the ]Autoexpress test, the High Power version came top, with a guage accuracy of 0.5PSI. Some were as far out as 4PSI (Michelin)!

I bought one at £20, works fine.

(I returned the £30 round shaped Halfords one after it blew it's fuse on first use)

I nearly bought one - then remembered air is free in petrol stations

Not in my petrol station. And it's regularly out of order. Not good when you have a suspect tyre valve.

my husband bought one of these from halfords at xmas for the same price.

he loves it. it has a gauge on it to tell you what the pressure is.

my father in law loves it too - that's a comlipent.

I bought the Argos analog inflator for £6.99 and it works brilliant. Very acurate (checked at petrol station). Inflated my tyre from complete deflation to full in 5 minutes. My petrol station charges 20p per minute, so it was a good buy.

Halfords also sell an analog inflator with light for £14.99 (prev. price £22.99)

halfords.com/web…406

Gave you some heat for this, I bought one a few months ago and its just the job. As for free air in petrol stations you have to look long and hard these days to find free air, and then usually out of order. Tesco usually have free air but equipment seldom working, Asda charge minimum of 50p round here

Gone with the wind - Sold out

Gone with the wind - like it :-)

A lifeline: I bought one for £17 at Halfords High Wycombe (there are two Halfords stores - this is the superstore next to B&Q) - they have plenty still in stock.

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Gave you some heat for this, I bought one a few months ago and its just … Gave you some heat for this, I bought one a few months ago and its just the job. As for free air in petrol stations you have to look long and hard these days to find free air, and then usually out of order. Tesco usually have free air but equipment seldom working, Asda charge minimum of 50p round here



50?!?!? Thats crazy

ASDA and TESCO both do not charge in Hull

Voted cold (or warm) you can get electric tyre inflators everywhere for the same price or cheaper - INSTORE are doing one for £5.99 !!!..argos do various ones starting at £9.99 .

personally speaking - id stay well clear of Air compressors which rely solely on the Car Cigarette Socket (12V) as there power source. Which sadly this one does.

A better option are those available which can be charged(and store the charge) through home mains and also in emergency from you car cigarette socket.

anyone wanting to purchase this unit or any others which are solely dependent on the Cigratte Scoket for its charge will have to put up with trailling leads, leaving car doors open whilst you are inflating tyres, and eventually a knackered car socket (which will cost you a lot to replace!)

What is a digital tyre inflator?Is it different than an analogue one(lol!!!)

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What is a digital tyre inflator?Is it different than an analogue … What is a digital tyre inflator?Is it different than an analogue one(lol!!!)



Erm digital has a digital display
analogue has an analogue display
Easy :?

adam2116;1691711

anyone wanting to purchase this unit or any others which are solely … anyone wanting to purchase this unit or any others which are solely dependent on the Cigratte Scoket for its charge will have to put up with trailling leads, leaving car doors open whilst you are inflating tyres, and eventually a knackered car socket (which will cost you a lot to replace!)



If you need to use it that often that your cigarrette lighter socket is wearing out then i would seriously consider getting new tyres as they shouldnt be dropping pressure that often if they are sound.

joylove;1689769

This model is being phased out. In the ]Autoexpress test, the High Power … This model is being phased out. In the ]Autoexpress test, the High Power version came top, with a guage accuracy of 0.5PSI. Some were as far out as 4PSI (Michelin)!I bought one at £20, works fine.(I returned the £30 round shaped Halfords one after it blew it's fuse on first use)



New test in this weeks Autoexpress - one by Ring Automotive (Model RAC600) came top, closely followed by a Michelin (Model 'Hi-Power') must have sorted their act out). Neither was more than £25 rrp. (actually Michelin is slightly higher)

Ring - shop.edirectory.co.uk/aut…ex/

Michelin - amazon.co.uk/Mic…8-1
or empirestores.co.uk/sho…e=4

Make your order up to £30 and use voucher found here - hotukdeals.com/ite…g-/
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