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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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8.2010
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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

    Q:

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

    A:

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

    Q:

    Is it an 18v version?

    A:

    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.

    Q:

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

    A:

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

    Q:

    Does Makita have an 18V inflator?

    A:

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

    Q:

    Does the product work with 18v batteries?

    A:

    It comes with different attachments for inflatables.

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