Ontel Air Hawk Pro Automatic Cordless Tire Inflator Portable Air Compressor
Automatic Cordless Tire Inflator, Inflates In 90 Seconds Or Less!, Easy To Read Digital Pressure Gauge, Digital Led Tire Gauge
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What buyers say about Ontel Air Hawk Pro Automatic Cordless Tire Inflator Portable Air Compressor
Someone put a lot of thought and trouble into designing this one, and I just need to use it a couple times a year to fix a slow leaking tire at home, because it's cheap, portable, and I only need to use it a couple times a year.
The instructions are in English and it feels like it was made by someone like Shark Tank.
In one of the AirHawk commercials on tv, the narrator says that it's a great tool to keep in your car in case of need, and that they show a woman putting the Air in the car.
The cordless compressor is a good option if you want to save money on air but you also want to be able to adjust to how much air you need.
I have 8 tires on a full charge and still have juice left for more. I did 8 tires on a full charge and still have juice left for more tires.
Does it need a separate battery charger?
It has it's own battery which plug into an ac outlet to charge and it also has an 11 foot cord which plugs into your car's DC adapter.
How many batteries are included in this kit?
You get one battery that you have to charge before use - and you also get one batter with a 12 Volt cord and charger for a back up when in the vehicle.
Does it come with a battery?
Don't leave it connected for more than a few days, it says not to over charge, and the battery comes off just like a standard power tool.
What's the maximum pressure?
I usually only add a few #s to auto tires when required.
Is it possible for the wired charger to be connected to 110V to circumvent the battery operation?
There is a separate set that hooks with the pump at the bottom, the same way as battery hooks to the pump.