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Recommendations for a Cordless Tire Inflator

Discussion in 'General Automotive' started by SWPA Tacoma, Oct 31, 2020.

  1. Oct 31, 2020 at 6:59 AM
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    SWPA Tacoma

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    So, they don't specify how much air it puts out, and it has an ac adapter. I didn't see anything about being able to charge it in the car. Full disclosure, I've never had a real high opinion of sharper image.

    If it has to be cordless, I'd get one from Milwaukee or makita or dewalt so at least you can use all their chargers and other accessories.

    If it doesn't have to be cordless, I'd get a viair 88p or a smaller one and be on my way.
     
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    I see where this is going and I hadn't thought of checking the major power tool manufacturers. Thanks so much for your input!
     
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    Suggest to save your money.

    Low pressure, high volume bicycle pump. Low cost, no worry about charging, long life, quiet, easy to store......bonus feature...exercise.
     
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  7. Nov 1, 2020 at 3:08 PM
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    LOL, been there done that.
    Get the Ryobi ;)
     
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    Already have a Dewalt cordless driver and impact...with the 2 20V lithium batteries that come with it....a no brainer for me but the all inclusive Ryobi looks like the best bet as a gift.
     

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