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Eastvolt 12V Tire Inflator Air Compressor

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Final Score:

7.59 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Eastvolt 12V Tire Inflator Air Compressor

    I have to connect the portable tire inflator to my car's 12-volt car outlet every time I need to inflate my tires, because it doesn't have a battery pack, and it blew my cars' fuse a few times.

    The charging time for all types of batteries is usually less than 3 hours, and the noise level is acceptable.

    The recommended spare tire PSI is 60, so it's a perfect time to check out how powerful this little air pump is.

    I don't think this is a big issue for me, as I can just charge the battery pack to full.

    The Eastvolt is large and heavy enough to carry from one part of the country to the other, but lacks the overall features of a more expensive portable air compressor.

    Common Questions


    Can this charge a water fire extinguisher to 100psi?


    I did 20 lbs of Jeep tires for the first time and there was no problem.


    Where is the Union Valve?


    It is a type if ball valve, but has that got to do with using a tire inflator?


    Is it possible that this will inflate inflatable boats?


    I don't see this working for anything other than a model sized inflatable boat.


    Is it possible to get an extra charger?


    The best bet is to get in touch with the seller.


    Is it accurate for low pressure 6 or 8 lbs tasks?


    It's just a matter of getting your psi on your pressure gauge right, and you won't have any problems.

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