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Craftsman 120V Portable Inflator

Item# 02875118000P | Model# 75118 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 120V Portable Inflator
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120V Portable Inflator: Compact Power That's Easy to Carry You will love this Craftsman Portable Inflator so much, you might even be willing to air up your neighbor's tires. Craftsman quality, bringing neighbors together again! This power-packed portable inflator plugs in to any standard household 120-volt AC outlet and comes ready with an 11-foot AC power cord, which neatly wraps up one side, while the 7-foot high-pressure air hose wraps up effortlessly on the other side. Tuck this 120V Portable Inflator in your house, garage, or car and save yourself the hassle of trying to find air at a gas station. With an extra powerful high speed, high airflow motor, this puppy is Craftsman's fastest 120-volt inflator. The clearly marked on/off switch and easy-to-read analog pressure gauge with accurate readout mean you don't have to be a mechanic to do the job right. Whatever you mechanical expertise, you can inflate or deflate anything from tires to balls and pool inflatables.

  • The 120V Craftsman Portable Inflator is lightweight and portable with a built-in soft-grip handle for easy carrying. All you need is a standard househould 120-volt AC outlet and you can plug it in and go!
  • A built-in 11-foot power cord and 7-foot air hose wrap around this unit for neat and convenient storage. No lost cords! No tripping over cords! Just wind them up and pack it away.
  • With five high flow attachment accessories to inflate and deflate most high volume inflatable items, plus a
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By Motorhome
November 6th, 2008
Good for truck or RV tires

I was leery about a small compressor being able to top off my 16" RV tires to 80 psi, but this one does it quickly. Took less than a minute to go from 75 to 80. Much better than the 75 cent compressors at gas stations. It brought my mini-van tires from 20 to 35 psi in under a minute too. My only complaint so far is that the gauge is not accurate while the compressor is running, so you have to turn off the compressor for the gauge to stabilize, but it seems accurate when the unit is off. The instructions even say to do it this way.

20 found this review helpful
By SomeToddy
September 24th, 2012
close but no

Owned a craftsman inflator for 12 years (still runs but power switch is going bad abd hose is getting dry rotted) so loyaly (craftsman fan) went to sears for a replacement. Wanted this to be my new go to replacement for the next 10+ years. It lasted 10 minutes, inflates quick but the locking end is cheap plastic and it broke on the 2nd tire. Took back, exchanged and the second one broke on fourth tire. Poor engineering choice ruins the whole inflator. Only other complaint is the feet, they have too much bouncey travel and it tips too much on uneven ground. Otherwise it could have been a great product for the little bit of money they saved in manufacturing with the cheap tip.

46 found this review helpful
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What is to replace my dad's old one that got left out in the rain this is the stuff that used to be made quality

December 6th via mobile
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Kyle Lemon
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November 12th

Great compressor!!


I bought this compressor years ago, I can't even remember exactly when. I have had trouble free operation with it up until just last week when all of a sudden something failed and I had no pressure to the end of the hose. When I took it apart I discovered that one of the 5 intake valves failed causing the unit to lose pressure. I plugged the one valve so it would still work but on a whim decided to take to the internet to see if a new head was available. Much to my surprise I see here that Sears still makes and sells these inflators!! Anyways, yes, mine did fail but I can't complain after getting 10 years of service out of it. I see what others are saying about the valve and I don't disagree, it was a bit sticky at first but it loosened up with time. The occasional shot of WD40 helped too.

October 25th via mobile
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Beware !!! Junk Don't buy it


I paid good money and I use it maybe 20 times than the plug that puts the air in broke this is worthless I trash it and never buy one again.

July 16th via
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Piece of Junk


I made the mistake of ordering this tire inflater without reading the reviews. ?I got it and it worked okay pumping up a bike tire. A month later I tried to use it and it would not even turn on. ?I called Sears and they told me ?too bad? in so many words because it was more than 30 days since the purchase. ?I took it to my local Sears and they told me that I had to contact the manufacture (a Sears/Craftsman branded item!). It?s $80 down the drain. ?That?s okay. There are better retailers who stand by their products. ?I am finished with Sears. ?Buyer beware!

July 10th via mobile
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