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Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator
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Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator

Item# 02875113000P | Model# 75113 | Added on June 24, 2012
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$24.99
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Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator Packs Power in a Portable Package
Whether you want to air up a flat fast or blow up the air mattress at the camp site, this 12V Portable Inflator is up to the job. A 10-foot power cord that plugs into a vehicle charger and a two-foot high-pressure air hose give you room to maneuver the inflator. The compressor's motor is powerful enough to handle heavy-duty inflation. A quick-connect universal valve adapter lets you attach it quickly and easily to tires or anything else you need to inflate.
The Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator also has an easy-to-read pressure gage that will help you avoid over- or under-inflating. Take the guesswork out of keeping your tires properly inflated with this convenient pump.
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1 found this review helpful
by thorgt
October 7th, 2008
good for me

i know a lot of reviews are either fair or poor, but i have had this item for over a year now and have had no problems with it. inflates quickly with a 3300 lb car.

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by Obie1
March 19th, 2009
Light duty

Don't waste your money on this air compressor. We used this one to occasionally air up bicycle and car tires and it didn't last a year.

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nomorechinescrap

Crapped out after using about 25 times

I loved it while it worked, because getting air at a service station
is kind of a pain, and its nice to have air wherever you are.
However, at one point there was some kind of a short in my Honda's
power connector and it destroyed the plug. So I cut it off and was able
to use it for awhile before it failed. I opened it up and some pieces
were rattling around but its not obvious to me how it goes back together. Was hoping for some kind of diagram but...

September 21st, 2012 via sears.com
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spider1107

Craftmans 12V Portable Inflator

Got to use it twice, in the middle of using it the second time it broke something on the inside. It runs but won't pump air. Really poor craftmanship.

June 15th, 2012 via sears.com
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JimInPA

Absolute garbage

This thing has problems blowing up a bike tire in under 15min. Totally useless. Unfortunately I had bought it to keep in the trunk for emergency, and by the time I got an actual use for it, it was too late to return it. I don't know why I keep it, I really need something better.

June 4th, 2012 via craftsman.com
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doc123

Worked for about 4 uses

Broke after only a few uses. Took it apart- was surprised at how poorly it was made.
Plastic junk! Not repairable. No decent warranty.

May 10th, 2012 via sears.com
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phil4u13

Just another piece of chinese junk!

Got it for a gift for christmas,2010 and used it mabey 20 times and it quit working. Its no wonder sears and k mart are goint down the tubes!

January 25th, 2012 via sears.com
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MingusJim

Craftsman 12V Portable inflator

<p>I like this item. I use it for my Ford Explorer, motor scooter and Craftsman riding lawn mower to top off the tires. It is very handy. However, releasing it from the valve stem is the weak point. It is difficult to remove it without lettilng too much air out of the tire. My first unit I returned to Kmart just before the one-year warranty expired and exchanged it for another unit. The second unit releases a little better than the first, but still not as easily as the Huffy inflator I had before. Other than the release difficulty, I think this is a very good item to have and I keep it in my vehicle.</p>

September 26th, 2011 via sears.com
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jmyaloha

Stoped working after 3 uses.

Very disappointed in product and expected more from craftsman. We used it only a few times, worked fine on small jobs like balls and bike tires. But one day we needed to inflate the top ring to a Intex 10' kiddie pool we got at sears. We hooked up the pump and let it run. About half way into the job it just died. Motor must be bad.

August 22nd, 2011 via sears.com
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lenchob

Broke on third use

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<p>Bought it last year to top off low auto tires. Worked ok twice but died during top off of first tire of the third use. It is sealed. You can't repair it! The Craftsman name doesn't mean much anymore.</p>

June 13th, 2011 via sears.com
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mattg3

reliable and accurate

<p>Have owned this for over 8 years to check and fill car tires.Excellent product</p>

October 9th, 2010 via sears.com
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kdh66

craftsman 12 volt inflator

<p>excplent value, good for keeping in car for quick inflation jobs.</p>

September 27th, 2010 via sears.com
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JLR-TN

Good for adding air - not good for filling up

<p>I bought this to inflate bicycle tires. For that it worked really well. When my car tire went flat ( I mean all the way flat), I used this to pump it up and it burned up the motor. I owned it for about 4 years before it burned up. Probably would have lasted longer had I not pumped up the car tire. For car tires, it will be good to add air, just don't inflate a completely flat tire.</p>

September 19th, 2010 via sears.com
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ch646

Stay away and do not buy

<p>Not reliable.</p>

July 29th, 2010 via sears.com
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MLT007

Not durable

<p>When I think Craftsman, I think of longevity, quality and value. I have used this product for a few years to inflate auto tires exclusively. It has been seldom used over the years since purchased. Today, while wrapping the cord to place the unit back into the box the metal pin and spring in the 12 volt plug fell out. While the plug could be opened for repair, there was no way the metal pin could be reattached to the electrical connector ring. I would consider this product poorly made, possibly even defective but way past the warranty period.</p>
<p>Although not super expensive ($24.99), I would expect a seldom used product to last a lot longer.</p>

March 28th, 2010 via sears.com
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tooelebronco

unrealiable

<p>This is about like all the other 12v compressors.&nbsp; You're better off throwing a foot pump in your trunk.&nbsp; It takes forever to air up any decent sized tire.&nbsp; I don't ungerstand why someone can't design one that's practicle to use.&nbsp; I'd pay more for that.&nbsp; This is just a waste of $20 if you ask me.</p>

March 8th, 2010 via sears.com
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Anonymous

Do Not Buy It

Was good while it worked - less than a year. Do not recommend.

June 27th, 2009 via sears.com
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Obie1

Light duty

Don't waste your money on this air compressor. We used this one to occasionally air up bicycle and car tires and it didn't last a year.

March 19th, 2009 via sears.com
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searsman

Not Dependable

We have a Craftsman 250 Model No. 9 15052 Air Compressor.
After a year of light car tire use it started smoking and quit. I took it apart and the moror was fine but the compressor was not.
Do not recommend you waste your money.

January 3rd, 2009 via sears.com
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MaguMLMM

Great for bikes

We just bought this so that we could use it for our bikes. We just started biking again and are in our 50's and late 60's. Didn't want to have to pump up our tires manually. Got a small adapter for the road bike from our local bike shop. This has worked great. We use it every couple of days to keep the tires full and it hasn't failed at all.
I don't know how it would do on a car tire but I can say this was a great investment for us to enjoy our bikes more!

October 19th, 2008 via sears.com
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thorgt

good for me

i know a lot of reviews are either fair or poor, but i have had this item for over a year now and have had no problems with it. inflates quickly with a 3300 lb car.

October 7th, 2008 via sears.com
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sbl68

DO NOT BUY

After a year of light duty use keeping two cars' tires inflated, compressor quit working. It quit while inflating a 60 psi spare tire. Don't know if it was the pressure or the duration that killed it, but both were within specified range. Junk.

September 23rd, 2008 via sears.com
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