Electric Air Pump -12V Air Compressor with Built in Pressure Gauge (116PSI)

Ideal works cordless tire inflator with built in pressure gauge 116psi UPC1787402043 great item for every car.

Product Features

  • MULTI USE – Scrambling around the house looking for a ball pump can be extremely stressful. Ball pumps, tire pumps, and air pumps always seem to get lost and mixed up. No longer stockpile air pumps with this multi-functional Air Pump. Have the ability to pump up any inflatable object instantly
  • INTELLIGENT DESIGN- The comfortable hand held design perfectly fits in your hand for easy to use fill up. Keep track of the pressure with the BUILT-IN pressure gauge located easily for you to read while pumping the air.
  • CHARGING POSSIBILITIES- Equipped with a 12V rechargeable battery to provide you with 116PSI. Charging has never been easier with the capability to plug into your cigarette lighter in your car or a household outlet. Never run out of power the ability to charge anywhere. Charge on the Go or at Home.
  • EASY STORAGE- With small slender design storing has never been easier. With item dimensions of 7.13″ X 10.13″ X 3.13″ the unit can fit anywhere..

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to Electric Air Pump -12V Air Compressor with Built in Pressure Gauge (116PSI)

  1. George W Cook says:

    One Star

  2. Gary Harmer says:

    Cant fill tire beyond 20 PSi even with full battery …

  3. Ron S. says:

    One Star

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