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Streetwize Kruga Air Compressor with Orange Lead/Gauge £19.99 with code @ Euro car parts
Streetwize Kruga Air Compressor with Orange Lead/Gauge £19.99 with code @ Euro car parts

Streetwize Kruga Air Compressor with Orange Lead/Gauge £19.99 with code @ Euro car parts

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Streetwize Kruga Air Compressor with Orange Lead/Gauge

5m (16?) hi-visibility coiled air hose with pressure gauge;3.1m (10?) 12v power cable. Reaches all vehicle tyres easily;
Hi-Speed inflation of almost all vehicles tyres and other inflatables
Quick connect screw-in valve adaptor & air hose connector?
5m (16?) hi-visibility coiled air hose with pressure gauge?
3.1m (10?) 12v power cable. Reaches all vehicle tyres easily?
Robust metal construction with carrying handle and handy case
Easy to read analogue pressure gauge with PSI & BAR units?
Edited by: "Hawkeye2k"

20 Comments

If you are not worried about the bag Amazon have them for £14.99

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nougat

If you are not worried about the bag Amazon have them for £14.99



It also does not come with a 5m extension hose with pressure gauge on amazon!

Was £12.23 delivered with ECP 4 months ago.

Can this be used as an air gun/does it come with the adapter?

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Peach23

Can this be used as an air gun/does it come with the adapter?



Yes comes with all various adapters, handy device!

Peach23

Can this be used as an air gun/does it come with the adapter?


No it is for blowing up tires. It is shaped vaguely like a compressor but it doesn't have an air tank.

Wish they did more of these with mains power, saves buying an adapter...

The.Governor

Wish they did more of these with mains power, saves buying an adapter...



Agreed. Good deal though.

I ended up getting a sort of laptop style power adapter with a cigarette plug on, more than suitable ampage or wattage or whatever apparently, but it was crap!

Very quick but gauge not much cop. I use a seperate digital one

999kernow

Very quick but gauge not much cop. I use a seperate digital one



Which separate digi one do you use? If poss link please.


Hawkeye2k

Yes comes with all various adapters, handy device!



nougat

No it is for blowing up tires. It is shaped vaguely like a compressor but … No it is for blowing up tires. It is shaped vaguely like a compressor but it doesn't have an air tank.



So can it be used as a air gun? Op as you already have one can you confirm?

Anyone worked out if you can get a different end to screw in that means it's like a normal footpump connector as the screw end is a pain?

bestpricebob

Which separate digi one do you use? If poss link please.


screwfix.com/p/m…I5Q

bestpricebob

So can it be used as a air gun? Op as you already have one can you … So can it be used as a air gun? Op as you already have one can you confirm?


Most definitely cannot be used with an air gun. No tank to store the compressed air.

Anyone worked out if you can get a different end to screw in that means it's like a normal footpump connector as the screw end is a pain?

just bought one great stuff well worth the money thanks

porchie66

Anyone worked out if you can get a different end to screw in that means … Anyone worked out if you can get a different end to screw in that means it's like a normal footpump connector as the screw end is a pain?



You could use an Oxford Valve Access Tool like this one from Halfords

porchie66

Anyone worked out if you can get a different end to screw in that means … Anyone worked out if you can get a different end to screw in that means it's like a normal footpump connector as the screw end is a pain?



​the beauty of the screw on one is you can leave it to blow the tyres up without standing there holding it, especially if you have a flat as it may take a while.

Indeed a convertor or adaptor to make the end a screw on threaded connection would be ideal. Yet to find the right one. Someone more technical will hopefully know ??

These are fine, got one from ECP at Xmas for £12 delivered.

Works fine for pumping up car tyres, bikes etc and so far seems accurate.
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