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Makita MP100DZ 12V Max CXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Inflator, Tool Only

A Wide Range, 6 Different Inflation Pressure Levels, Makita-Built Motor, Lithium Ion, 12V Max Cxt Lithium Ion Cordless Inflation Tool, Up To 120 Inflation Cycles

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We analyzed 206,385 reviews for 198 products in the Air Compressors & Inflators category.

We then analyzed 126 reviews for this product. None were recent.

Around 75% of reviews were positive and about 21% were negative.

Final Score:

8.21 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Makita MP100DZ 12V Max CXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Inflator, Tool Only

    I was looking for a replacement for a cheap-feeling but reliable compressor that I'd had for a long time, and I was worried that I wouldn't be able to use it if a member of the family closed the truck door on the part that inserts into the vehicle's

    I bought a new pressure gauge just to be sure and it is reading within a half psi of the old one. I am raising the review to 5 star because I am more comfortable with the auto setting now and believe this unit might read a hair low post filling.

    The digital display is easy to read, and the automatic cutoff works when you set it, making this a great tool for your car or garage when you need to check your auto tires, inflate that volleyball, football or basketball, or fill bike tires.

    I used this multiple times during my trip when it was cold, and I agree with some of the other reviewers who said that the Trigger should be locked in place during use.

    This is the same method as inflating a car tire, except that you fold the clamps back down to make it easier to put over the valve.

    Common Questions


    My batteries are 18v, why is this 12v?


    We are all wondering, you and me included, that they totally whiffed this one.


    Is it an 18v version?


    I've been waiting for over a year and have been looking for an 18v compressor, but Makita has an 18v vacuum pump, so I'd like them to make something else.


    Is it possible to use an 18volt converter to get rid of my 12volt packs?


    I am not sure if an 18volt conversion kit will work with this system.


    Does Makita have an 18V inflator?


    The model number for the 18-volt version is DMP180ZX.


    Does the product work with 18v batteries?


    It comes with different attachments for inflatables.

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