Streetwize Tyre Shape 250Psi Digital Air Compressor. Use code "payday" 17% off. Free DHL delivery. PayPal available. - £14.92 @ CarParts4Less
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Streetwize Tyre Shape 250Psi Digital Air Compressor. Use code "payday" 17% off. Free DHL delivery. PayPal available. - £14.92 @ CarParts4Less

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Found 30th Jun
Rover Streetwise 12V Tyre Shape 250PSI Digital Air Compressor

Quick connect screw-on valve adaptor. suitable for inflating your car/van/motorcycle tyres and a variety of other inflatable items. 3pce adaptor kit included.

Easy to read pressure gauge and auto shut off with psi or bar pressure readings.
Compressor automatically cuts off when the pre-selected pressure level is reached.2.8m (9’4’) 12v Power Cable.
Air Flow rate 18ltr/min-can also inflate bicycle/scooter and moped tyres.
Allows inflation of many other inflatable leisure items using the 3pce adaptor kit included.
This air compressor can be used for many applications after puncture repair.
A portable rapid air flow compressor operates on a 12 Volt DC current and plugs into a vehicle 12v power socket using minimum amperage.
Recommended for-Maintaining correctly inflated tyres can result in improved fuel efficiency, attachment and rapid inflation gets you back on the road quick.
Suitable for cars, 4x4’s, vans,motorcycles,balls,toys,mattrsses and many others ( special adaptors included).
The air compressor has around 10 minutes of continuous inflation use, it is recommended to allow the compressor to rest for around 10 minutes and restart once the unit has fully cooled.
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I have tidied this thread up. It never ceases to amaze me how some can moan about deals being posted on a deals site. If the deal isn't for you then just scroll on by, rather than engaing in arguments. Seriously.
Thanks for posting and heat added @JohnChappell
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I have tidied this thread up. It never ceases to amaze me how some can moan about deals being posted on a deals site. If the deal isn't for you then just scroll on by, rather than engaing in arguments. Seriously.
Thanks for posting and heat added @JohnChappell
deleted186475630th Jun

I don't have a problem with people commenting. Off course not. But giving …I don't have a problem with people commenting. Off course not. But giving wrong information In comments I don't appreciate. Let's leave this alone. If you don't like what I post just scroll on like the admin suggested. Childish to get into petty arguments. On the other thread I promised not to reply and haven't. Now have you any information or questions about this product or can find it cheaper anywhere else? 😃


It's nota case of not liking what you post, when I comment and suggest you could get better value elsewhere you seem to object, I only initially commented in the hope of saving someone wasting £17. As I've said I've had 2 generic lamps like that before fail, therefore waste of money.
Ps. I'll leave you to itl
Edited by: "compadre" 30th Jun
I hope car parts 4 less are sending you some referral cash John.My boot mat you listed turned up in under 4 days Dhl.Just to balance everyone who says you wait weeks for delivery.
Not a bad price as long as you don't want to return it! They have the WORST customer service in the world!!!
I have one of these branded Michelin. Excellent bit of kit at this price.
deleted186475630th Jun

Lol I just wish they would send my bloody drill bits, I ordered 6 …Lol I just wish they would send my bloody drill bits, I ordered 6 days ago :)Never mind the money I'm joking every time I order of them I expect to wait at least two weeks and I'm chilled out knowing I got a cheap price and free delivery. Carparts4less do send emails though with products for you to buy and the code don't work. I don't think they want you to order from them



Everything I've ordered from these posts have turned up within 2 to 3 days. One item took less than 24 hours which I was stunned about. I must be lucky
If you would rather not buy from cp4l, very have this for 14.99, so at 7p more, you can decide who should have your money.
very.co.uk/str…prd
Edited by moderator: "Fixed link" 30th Jun
getting Tyred of these deals
Does anyone actually know if this is any good? Eg is it very accurate? How long does it take to inflate tyre? Thanks
normsland3 h, 8 m ago

Does anyone actually know if this is any good? Eg is it very accurate? How …Does anyone actually know if this is any good? Eg is it very accurate? How long does it take to inflate tyre? Thanks



normsland3 h, 8 m ago

Does anyone actually know if this is any good? Eg is it very accurate? How …Does anyone actually know if this is any good? Eg is it very accurate? How long does it take to inflate tyre? Thanks


It will do the job and also if the pretty digital clock doesn't get you all excited, you can get the a rebranded analogue version for a lot less on EBay.......of course some people may prefer Digital air over analogue

ebay.co.uk/itm…6a7
Edited by: "cheekyboy44" 1st Jul
deleted18647561st Jul

The digital clock just isn't pretty. It gives you the most important …The digital clock just isn't pretty. It gives you the most important feature of auto cut out. You set the psi and leave it. It will stop when it reaches it. I wouldn't buy the analogue one of this. I would go for the rac 610 widely available from wilkos and other places starting from about a tenner. Wilkos £12https://www.wilko.com/en-uk/ring-analogue-tyre-inflator-12v/p/0464034



The old RAC 610 is a favourite of many hobby mechanics,it does not have the auto cut out which some people prefer.
auto cut out is a great safety feature as You would not want to over inflate your tyres or even your date for the night.

good find John.
I’ve had one of these for a couple of years. Works perfectly and cable length is good. So much easier than keep paying 20p or 50p in garage and auto cut off is great.
deleted186475630th Jun

I was thinking that. What would happen if you had a fault with one. The …I was thinking that. What would happen if you had a fault with one. The manufacturer covers it? I don't know. I think you're right though I have to be honest. Although for this price I'm taking the risk


Always the retailer first in writing (email ideal so you have a copy), and give them seven calendar days to reply. If no reply then go to your debit/credit card company under chargeback scheme if item cost <£100 (so 99% of things from CP4L), or credit card company under Section 75 if item cost >£100.

Or contact PayPal if paid through them, but you have no right to go to Financial Ombudsman if PayPal won't refund you, so paying by credit card (failing that debit card but only if <£100 really) should be your aim.

From memory you have to receive an item within 28 calendar days of your order under your statutory rights, otherwise you are entitled to a full refund.

Follow the above and you effectively take on no risk if item is faulty or never arrives.
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 1st Jul
Thanks op ordered, was using a analogue one before hopefully this will be better.
Design looks a bit tyred!
Thanks Op. Ordered. Fingers crossed!
Tempted to buy this just to see if I can get it anywhere near to 250psi!
Alan_jones-2bf99.9831516 h, 28 m ago

Not a bad price as long as you don't want to return it! They have the …Not a bad price as long as you don't want to return it! They have the WORST customer service in the world!!!


You know theyre part of eurocarparts? Ive returned things before. Spole to them and simply tooknthem into eurocarparts and got a refund.
montana7855 s ago

You know theyre part of eurocarparts? Ive returned things before. Spole to …You know theyre part of eurocarparts? Ive returned things before. Spole to them and simply tooknthem into eurocarparts and got a refund.


They're even the same call center
Edited by: "montana78" 1st Jul
pr10rflanker1 h, 4 m ago

Design looks a bit tyred!


I can’t make any tyre jokes, there’s too much pressure.
steveieboy152 m ago

I can’t make any tyre jokes, there’s too much pressure.


C'mon man, get a grip ffs!
andywedge22 h, 14 m ago

I have tidied this thread up. It never ceases to amaze me how some can …I have tidied this thread up. It never ceases to amaze me how some can moan about deals being posted on a deals site. If the deal isn't for you then just scroll on by, rather than engaing in arguments. Seriously. Thanks for posting and heat added @JohnChappell


Well said Andy, had this thought in the back of my head for the last few months
Arbk661 h, 15 m ago

C'mon man, get a grip ffs!


Be careful where you tread.
deleted18647561st Jul

When you receive the item, you should check before signing? It matters if …When you receive the item, you should check before signing? It matters if you sign? Before I ordered underseal from this company & it was leaking slightly. If I would have refused to sign for it what would have happened, it's advisable to check the parcel before signing? Sorry 4 all the questions Delivery return charges would be refundable?


You're signing to say you are receiving it, not that you have got it out of its packaging and inspected it (as you are allowed to do under your statutory rights before deciding whether or not to keep it).

If you receive a faulty item, they have to put it right with a refund, repair or replacement regardless of whether you signed for the delivery. If they won't, go to card company for a full refund as mentioned.

All delivery charges for sending the item to the customer, and return delivery to the retailer, ALWAYS have to be paid in full by the retailer when the item is faulty - that means a refund on that as well (from retailer or card company) if you have paid for either.
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 1st Jul
These are great, good price! One thing I will say though is that they're SO slow. Good to have in a pinch, though.
eripmav2nd Jul

These are great, good price! One thing I will say though is that they're …These are great, good price! One thing I will say though is that they're SO slow. Good to have in a pinch, though.


Yes I notice that on the box it says it will take 8mins to inflate a 195 65 tyre from flat but I am guessing a few psi per tyre shouldn't take too long.
I didn't receive this and didn't get any order confirmation emails, only a paypal notification to say the money had been taken. I called them up today and they said due to the HotUKDeals popularity they sold more than the stock they had and they're trying to get more.

I guess give it a couple more weeks to see if they get any more stock and if not I'll have to cancel the order. Shame really it was a fairly good deal.
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