Ring 12v Analogue Air Compressor £7.49 @ Wilco Direct
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Ring 12v Analogue Air Compressor £7.49 @ Wilco Direct

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Found 22nd Mar 2014
Cheapest price i can find £13 on Amazon

Free collect from store or add £2.95 p+p, even if you pay postage cheapest price around

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I got one from Amazon two years ago, great little machine.

Voted hot and and my tyres use digital air

CrazyBob

I got one from Amazon two years ago, great little machine.



Same here , handy bit of kit to have in your car bargain price

I've got the digital one. Excellent compressor.

Original Poster

blowbrown

I've got the digital one. Excellent compressor.



I have the digital one too, but the digital bit has packed up struggle to turn it on now

blowbrown

I've got the digital one. Excellent compressor.



Me too. I got it as an xmas gift - the pressure readings are a couple of PSI high (e.g. actual 28, reading 30) but as long as you check this once and remember to compensate for it, these are excellent little devices

Hi, could anyone tell me if you can reverse the airflow on this to deflate airbeds as well?

Thanks

gunther

Hi, could anyone tell me if you can reverse the airflow on this to … Hi, could anyone tell me if you can reverse the airflow on this to deflate airbeds as well?Thanks



No, it does not support this.

It wont even inflate an airbed - just tyres

Better off with digital version, very simple to use.To reverse airflow simply compress the nozzle on wheel.

dennis123123

Me too. I got it as an xmas gift - the pressure readings are a couple of … Me too. I got it as an xmas gift - the pressure readings are a couple of PSI high (e.g. actual 28, reading 30) but as long as you check this once and remember to compensate for it, these are excellent little devices


I've got a similar compressor to this and a digital gauge that I don't bother using any more as the difference between that and the compressor is about 1 psi! I don't think you will feel 1-2 psi even if your last name is Hamilton! 3 psi is about the minimum I need to start to feel a difference but I'm not a racing driver.

any discount codes?

Anonknowmouse

I've got a similar compressor to this and a digital gauge that I don't … I've got a similar compressor to this and a digital gauge that I don't bother using any more as the difference between that and the compressor is about 1 psi! I don't think you will feel 1-2 psi even if your last name is Hamilton! 3 psi is about the minimum I need to start to feel a difference but I'm not a racing driver.



Might not feel it, but your tyres won't last as long!

Jesus , I thought this company was an online version of Wilkinson's and was going to click and collect but nearest shop is Norwich from Glasgow!!!

I have the digital version, have used it loads and its absolutely great.

I'd prefer the digital version for simplicity but at this price you can't go wrong. Also the first digital one I had went wrong after a few uses and had to be replaced, it stopped reading the pressure so would just cut out after a second, I guess an advantage of this analogue one is that's something that can't go wrong.

Ordered . Heat added

anyone know were i can buy a digital version

yogibear25

anyone know were i can buy a digital version



Here you go

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Edited by: "speric07" 22nd Mar 2014

I also had the digital one used it all the time BUT yellow button became unusable as wouldnt turn on it was the one that you set the tyre pressure then you left it and it turned itself off when it got there brilliant...but really for how long it lasted and was used was not great value.

hgv

Voted hot and and my tyres use digital air


Damn It! mine only inflate on digital. Is there a converter?

Edited by: "Boxer" 22nd Mar 2014

I am still using like this.
Time to change?!http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31qhoYvDEcL._SY300_.jpg
Edited by: "Mackokoma" 22nd Mar 2014

i brought one of these. it died after the first use. alot of my friends have these and have had no problems

monty9120

i brought one of these. it died after the first use. alot of my friends … i brought one of these. it died after the first use. alot of my friends have these and have had no problems


Mate just don't use it on tractor tyres
http://image.shutterstock.com/display_pic_with_logo/3053/3053,1114866672,1/stock-photo-an-elderly-woman-carries-inflated-tractor-tyres-on-china-beach-in-vietnam-309042.jpg

k13

Issit long enough to reach my rear tyre from the cigarette lighter and … Issit long enough to reach my rear tyre from the cigarette lighter and what's the PSI?



Found my answer here;

AMAZON

dennis123123

Might not feel it, but your tyres won't last as long!


That's true every little psi usually helps fuel economy and tyre life but honestly 1 psi is nothing.
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