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Quick Flow 3-in-1 Air Compressor | Wagan 2014
Wagan 2014
$29.99 >> $17.49
by Wagan

Comes with 10-foot power cord that plugs into 12-volt car cigarette lighter
Comes with 1 sports needle and 2 nozzle adapters
Inflates average tires in 5-7 minutes
Built-in work/emergency light
275 PSI high pressure air compressor
Amazon.com Review
It's about time somebody came out with one of these--hats off to Wagan! It's small, light, inexpensive, and needs only a 12-volt power supply. This is what we want to have in the car the next time the stars are dim and the tire goes flat. It even has a built-in light. As small as it is, the Wagan will fully inflate a vehicle tire as well as the little stuff like basketballs, beach floats, and inflatable boats. We love the peace of mind it offers and the minimal space it takes up in the trunk. Its 14-inch hose even stores right inside the unit. We doubt you'll be able to find a more versatile compressor for the price. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste

Product Description
The Wagan 3-in-1 Air Compressor is perfect for vehicles, bike tires, balls, air mattress, and more. A 12-volt power supply is all that is needed to run the unit. It has a 10 foot power cord and a 14-inch hose with tire-fill nozzle. The special features include a high pressure compressor that generates 275 PSI, high air flow inflator for quick inflation, built-in light, and pressure gauge. The heavy-duty motor allows up to one hour of continuous use. Its small enough to keep in your trunk or on your garage shelf. Two nozzle adapters and a sports needle are included.

Product Description
Handy portable air pump runs from the car cigarette lighter. Be prepared for the unexpected with 12V tire air inflators. Air Pump Inflates: Bike Tires, Car Tires (SUV, Truck), Athletic Balls, Air Mattresses, Rafts, Inflatable Furniture, Air Tools. Air Pressure (max)of Tire Inflator: 275PSI Special Features of this 12 Volt Auto Air Inflator: High Pressure 275 PSI High Air Flow Inflator Built-in Work light/Emergency light Inflates average sized tires (16') in 5-10 minutes Pressure Gauge Reader Continuous Usage Time: Tire Inflator Has A Heavy Duty Motor. Up to 1 hour continuous usage. Accessories: 3 Nozzle adapters: collar, tire inflator nozzle, sports needle 12V Power Cord: 10 ft cord High Pressure Air Hose: 14' Air Hose with quick release valve connector Power Source of Tire Inflators: 12V cigarette lighter accessory receptacle Low Power Consumption. One (1) Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty.

Wagan 2014 reviews (6)
GREAT IDEA
WHAT A GREAT IDEA, IT IS PORTABLE, LITE, EASY TO USE,A GREAT GIFT.
THIS CAN BE USED IN MOTOR HOME, ON A BOAT, TAKE IT WITH YOU WHEN YOU GO CAMPING, COULD BE USED FOR AIRING UP AIR MATTERESS, WATER TOYS, FLAT TIRES, BEACH BALL.

ALSO IT IS SMALL, AND NOT TOO BIG TO CARRY, SAFE TO OPERATE. VERY EASY TO USE.

WOULD MAKE FOR A VERY GOOD XMAS OR BIRTHDAY GIFT. ALSO CONTEST PRIZE.

I RATE A+++++++

Slow but reliable
Got tired of local gas stations with broken air pumps, so I got this little dude. It works surprisingly well, although very slowly. It took about 3 minutes per tire to inflate from 26 to 32 psi on my car. If it were faster, it would be a five-star product.
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As they say, you get what you pay for. This unit worked only once and now will not inflate above 30 psi. Purchased beyond 30 days, so Amazon.com will not accept the return. [$$$] down the drain.
Compressor broke first time I used it!
I used the compressor only once and it would not go over about 20 psi. Then it shorted out after running for about 5-10 minutes. I returned it for a refund.
Good for Starting Fires
First time and only time I used it was to inflate a motorcycle
tire. The bike was idle for 2 years and had 10 pounds in the
tire. When I turned it on, it danced and bounced around
on the driveway because it is so light. Had to hold it against
the tire with my foot so it wouldn't flip over from jumping
around. It sounded like it was working hard when connected.

I connected it for about 30 seconds, then tested
pressure with a tire gauge. Only got a pound more.
Reconnected for 1 minute, got up to 12 pounds.
Hmmm...This is going to take a while....
I figured I let it run for a few minutes while squeezing and
watching the tire carefully. After about 3 minutes I look down
at my feet and see it belching smoke. I quickly unplugged it
before flames. This thing is way too cheaply made.

Piece of junk
Worked twice, then just stopped working. Blew fuses on cigarette lighters in both our cars. Yes you get what you pay for. Think. You can pick up a blow dryer for your hair for about same price; and it will work for a few years, For this product to just stop working after a few uses indicates this manufacturer has no qualms about selling defective merchandise.
Amazon should dump this product.
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