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Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator w/ Digital Tire Pressure Gauge

Item# 082W058670111000P | Model# 75114 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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$43.99
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Description Specifications
Inflate Anything With This Air Inflator With Tire Gauge This Tire Pressure Gauge and Compressor is ideal for quickly and accurately inflating car, truck and bike tires; sports balls; air mattresses; rafts; and more. It delivers .35 SCFM @ 30 PSI, the high air flow that's best for inflating most vehicle tires. Worried about over-inflating? No need; the preset digital tire gauge automatically shuts off the inflator to help prevent it. The gauge is also detachable, so it can be used to check tire pressure. This Air Inflator With Tire Gauge is so versatile; its 24-inch high-pressure air hose with quick-connect universal valve adapter easily attaches to tires and other inflatables. And, the on/off power switch, with preset feature, is conveniently located for ease of use. Never be 'airless' again!

  • The Tire Pressure Gauge and Compressor is housed in an impact-resistant plastic housing.
  • An 11-foot DC power cord gives you plenty of room to work.
  • Three adapter nozzles provide maximum versatility for all your inflation needs.
  • The 12-volt tool weighs just 2.75 pounds, so it's certainly portable.
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By Jenova71117
January 6th, 2018
Reliable For The Long Haul

We have had this tire inflator for probably close to 10 years. - 4 cars later and it's just as efficient and reliable as day 1. We have used it time and time again and never had a problem with blowing fuses or failure to inflate. I cannot say anything negative about this product. I'm thinking about buying a second one in the unlikely event that this one dies on me. It feel very confident knowing my son has this inflator in his car. Definitely worth your money!!

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Criticism
By JustMike
March 20th, 2017
It blows fuses

...and the reason it does is because it draws 15 amps of electricity. Thus if your socket is rated 10 amps, you're cooked. Meaning a blown fuse. No thanks

10 found this review helpful
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Gauge shouldn't be removable...

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Luckily I got this thing for about half price because paying over $20 would be a shame. It works okay for inflating but is pretty slow... The removable gauge has a very weak contact point with the inflator so putting it back on can be difficult without bending the thin, fragile connection teeth. I only got to take it off about twice and it quit working and can't preset the pressure any more. I just have to keep disconnecting it to check the pressure with another gauge. They really shouldn't have made the gauge removable because this would have been a great product otherwise.

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Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator w/ Digital Tire Pressure Gauge
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October 9th, 2016
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By Jerry Yahmatter
October 11th, 2016
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Craftsman 12V Portable Inflator w/ Digital Tire Pressure Gauge
Sold by Sears.com
June 2nd, 2016
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