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Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station 12-Volt or 120-Volt Inflator

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  • Inflates lawnmower, bike, and vehicle tires, sports balls, and other items quickly and easily
  • Space-saving, portable design
  • EZ air dial for instant shut-off when correct air pressure has been reached
  • Weighs 6.1 pounds; 2-year warranty
  • Includes standard tire nozzle, needle inflator, and extension nozzle
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Product Description

Powerful and portable, the Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator is the portable solution to household and on-the-go inflation needs. An illuminated pressure gauge gives you precise control, with an automatic shut off feature to make inflation easy. The ASI300 draws power from any home outlet or your vehicle's lighter socket, so you can set it up where you need it.

Plugs into wall sockets or vehicle lighter sockets for versatility. View larger.
Powerful Inflator Meets a Range of Needs
With inflation power up to 160 PSI, the ASI300 can take care of a range of inflation tasks. Pump up an air mattress for an impromptu guest room, top off your bike tires for a long, worry-free trail ride, or just tuck it in a corner of your trunk for added peace of mind.

Convenient, Easy-to-Use Integrated Gauge
The ASI300's integrated gauge keeps tabs on air pressure, so you don't have to remove the hose to take readings. And you won't ever have to worry about over inflation--dial in the pressure you want and the ASI300 automatically shuts off once it's reached. The red-faced gauge is illuminated, perfect for use when setting up camp after sundown or inflating a tire along a dark road.

A Portable Package That Goes Where You Need It
The ASI300 is ideal for small tasks around your home or garage, and its compact size makes it a handy tool to have in your vehicle, RV, or watercraft. Store it in your car or truck to keep your tires at optimal pressure for on or off road use, or stow it on your boat to quickly inflate rafts, inner tubes, and towables. At just 6 pounds, it's light enough to carry from home to car to boat. And because it conveniently powers from any electrical outlet or your vehicle's lighter socket, this inflator is easy to use in a variety of situations.

The ASI300 Air Station Inflator is covered by a two-year warranty.

What's in the Box:
ASI300 Air Station Inflator, standard nozzle, needle inflator, extension nozzle, 120-volt cord and plug, 12-volt cord and plug

This portable air station inflator is easy to store in your car, boat, or garage--which means it will always on hand when and where you need it.

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Technical Details
Part Number ASI300
Item Weight5.6 pounds
Product Dimensions12.1 x 8.1 x 6.8 inches
Item model numberASI300
Power Sourceac/dc
Voltage220 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Warranty DescriptionTwo Year Warranty
Technical Specification
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • User Manual [1.05mb PDF]
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #322 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJuly 20, 2005
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Bulb Voltage
220 Volts

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579 of 595 people found the following review helpful By J. Kelly on July 22, 2008
I am pleased with this inflator so far. (I hedge a bit, given the reviews stating that the device has failed for other users. But that's what the warranty is for.) It is easy to use, effective, and convenient with its storage compartment for power cords and inflation hose. I especially like the automatic cutoff feature; I can turn it on and let it do its thing while I'm doing something else. I run my automobile tires at higher pressures than most (60 PSI), and it had no trouble with those. It takes a couple of minutes, of course, but that's to be expected -- this is not a mechanic's air compressor, and I don't expect that level of performance. I haven't tried them on my higher pressure (90 PSI) bicycle tires yet.

Negatives that other reviewers have mentioned and my comments:
* Gauge readability: Yes, it's a little hard to discern small PSI increments on the gauge. But I never rely totally on any pump's or inflator's built-in gauge for my tires; I always verify with a good quality tire pressure gauge. The inflator's gauge and cut-off get me in the ballpark, and then I fine-tune using the tire pressure gauge. They are within 1 or 2 PSI of each other.
* AC power cord length: Not an issue. I likely would have to use an extension cord anyway. And the short power cord adds a bit to its portability -- no fiddling with it or trying to store a long (and useless while traveling) power cord with the device as it sits in my trunk.
* Noise: No worse than any other inflator I've used.
* Small storage compartment for cords and hose: Not too much of a problem, though it might take a little practice to get them coiled up the right way. It's handy to have the compartment.
* Short inflation hose. No shorter than other inflators in this price range I've used.
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160 of 166 people found the following review helpful By Robert E. Williams on January 1, 2009
Overall, I like this inflator. As is typical with about anything, it has strengths and weaknesses. The strengths:

- Once set, I verified with a digital tire gauge that the built-in pressure gauge is accurate to <1 psi, so you can actually use the auto-shutoff feature to make your life easier.

- It works with both AC and DC power, which makes it useable both around the house and in the car.

- All the wires nicely and completely store inside it for a clean appearance and easy-to-tuck-away form-factor, without need for velcro strips or the like.

- It pumps air quickly for a portable unit. I've had some that simply take forever to inflate a tire.

- It's not too loud for a portable inflator. Many others are deafening by comparison. (More on this in a moment.)

- The build quality is mostly pretty good. In particular, the body is made of a solid, heavy-duty plastic that doesn't feel flexy, and the power switch doesn't feel like it's going to break after five uses.

- The built-in carry handle--which is molded right into the case - nothing to fold out and break off--is handy and works very well.

The weaknesses:

- The AC cord is indeed on the short side. Obviously, it's designed to be set right next to or under an outlet (or used with an extension cord), and I'm fine with that. However, I still wouldn't mind just another three or four inches inches, just to allow a little more wiggle room when plugging directly into an outlet. But, it *is* more than long enough to reach up to the typical wall outlet from the floor, so no biggie.

- The fake plastic bolt heads on top are cheesy and scream "consumer-grade". That said, they're not bad enough that my wife would notice.
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334 of 355 people found the following review helpful By E. Qaisar on November 30, 2006
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I have used it for about a week now. It is much better than the one I got from Walmart. The major issue I see is that the pressure gauge on this machine is rather small and it will be hard for you differentiate between 27psi versus 29psi without using an external gauge. My Toyota Camry calls for 29psi and my other car asks for 34psi front and 36psi rear. It was impossible for me to read 34 vs 36 psi on this machine's gauge.

Tip: To get the best out of this machine - get a good external mechanical pressure gauge with a relief valve (you can get a decent one for under $10 at Walmart). Then set the dial on this machine to be slightly over (2-3 psi more) the pressure required (I set it to 30psi when filling my Camry which needs 29 psi). Fill the tires with air using the machine. Then use the external gauge to measure the pressure and release the air using its relief valve until the pressure is at the desired reading. Works like a charm for me.

Other than this, the machine is quite nice and with a 2 year warranty it is a good buy. Amazon's price was amongst the lowest I could find.
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381 of 406 people found the following review helpful By William Warner on November 4, 2006
Overall works pretty well.


- All hoses and wires and adaptors store inside the unit, for neatness.

- built-in handle is nice

- long 12V auto power cord

- two-year warranty


- When it stops automatically after inflating one item (such as a tire), it must be turned off and back on to inflate another item, or to increase pressure setting and continue filling.

- the AC power cord is extremely short. Pretty much requires an extension cord.

- the air hose is fairly short.

- The noise it makes is quite loud, though not as loud as some I've heard.

- fitting the cords and hose back into the storage compartment is not easy.

- the valve adapter is plastic, not metal, and doesn't seem sturdy. It works so far, however.
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