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Campbell Hausfeld CC 2300 Portable Inflator
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- Inflates up to 180 balls with one charge
- Cordless with rechargeable 12-volt power pack
- Plugs into cigarette lighter or household socket
- Includes pressure gauge, hose and air fitting adaptor
- Weighs 10 lbs
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It will probably last longer if you follow the instructions. It's apparently a lead-acid battery and should always be recharged before it gets too low, which I did not do.
According to the manual, the battery has enough juice to completely inflate 8 car tires or run an 8 watt TV for 14 hours. Max output is 15 amps @ 12 volts.
Shop around. An orange logo home improvement place sells these for a good price.
The CC2300 is perfect for tires.
The built-in pressure gauge and clip-on inflation hose make tire inflation a breeze.
You're going to waste money on gas unless maintaining your tire pressure is real fast and easy. This unit makes it real fast and easy.
It's compact. It has little compartments for all the accessories (charger, hose, 12 volt cord, extra fuse, etc.)
The switches and indicator lights are clear, sensible and ergonomic. The handle, and everything about it is to like.
The cigarette lighter socket lets you use it as a 12 volt power supply, and also lets you recharge the unit from your car's cigarette lighter. (I never used these features.)
It has very low air volume for air mattresses or large beach toys. I wish they had doubled the air volume and maxed the pressure at 115 PSI instead of 230 PSI.
The pressure gauge reads about 4 lbs too high. Need to compensate.
It's "household quality" not industrial quality. One of the little compartment covers broke the first day I had it.
Strangely, you are not supposed to use it while plugged in to 110 volt AC.
The build quality of the unit is satisfactory. Everything is clearly labeled and the instructions are brief but clear. The hose and accessories fit tightly in the compartments provided and there isn't room for anything else in there.
I charged it overnight, hooked the air hose to my car tire and turned it on. It is pretty noisy and the air fills rather slowly but then this isn't an expensive compressor so I don't think it is realistic to expect anything more. It took about 30 seconds to add two pounds of air. The air hose made a tight clamp on the tire valve and the embedded tire gauge is adequate although it is best to use a more detailed gauge since the supplied one does not have marks for each pound of pressure, only in increments of 10 pounds. I noticed that the reading per the embedded gauge matched my separate tire gauge, however (which is also made by Cambell Hausfeld so maybe they're in cahoots with each other).
All in all, so far I am glad I bought this because it is much easier to add air in my garage instead of driving to the station. I just hope this thing lasts, which based on how it has performed so far, it should do the job for a while.
Note: I am adding this on July 31 after having used the unit for a while.Read more ›
Model CC2300 is also marketed as:
- Kwik Goal Portable Inflator
- Slime COMP 07 Rechargable Tire Inflator
Unfortunately, the unit is sold with a cheap 12 Volt, 7.0 Amp-Hour internal battery that cannot hold up under the rigors and demands put on it by the general consumer. Anyway, the battery in any of these types of portable devices doesn't last forever and will eventually have to be replaced. Think of is as normal maintenance, to be done every two to five years, even with the best of batteries.
But a simple change to a 12 Volt, 8.5 Amp-Hour, high-rate replacement battery will greatly enhance its performance. Without going into a stuffy brain-dump: A simple 21% increase in Amp-Hour capacity (to 8.5 Amp-Hours) will double the amount of work the fully charged battery can do, under load, such as the internal 12 Volt compressor motor. The "high-rate" designation is also a type of battery that is designed to take heavy loads without damage -or shortened battery lifespan. But don't make the mistake that many 12 Volt power pack owners sometimes do: Attempting to jump-start their car from this tiny device. Doing so will destroy the unit's internal 12 Volt battery.
That said, replace with: Power-Sonic PSH-1280 FR Battery, 12 Volt, 8.5 Amp-Hour, High-Rate Series. I ordered mine from BatteryPlexDotCom. Really, to install a lower capacity battery in a portable field device is just false economy. And note: The different brand names of this tire inflator seems to have battery terminals in one of two widths: "F1" designation is for the 3/16" / .187" wide metal terminal tabs on the battery, and the "F2" designation is for the 1/4" / .Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is great to have to inflate low pressure in tires. You don't have to go to a garage or station.Published 5 days ago by Margarethe Abbott
It just did not work. The battery died within a few weeks and after charging, the pressure was zero.Published 6 days ago by Laura Kaler
I use this in my Prius. I didn't know that you could blow fuses by using the type that plugs into your lighter. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Nancy C
This was a replacement of my machine that was 10 years old and had seen better days. I have used it to fill tires, pump sports balls (countless) and charge devices. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
I had one of these for almost 20 years and it finally gave up the ghost. The only difference is the one I bought only cost 35 bucks. Read morePublished 23 days ago by J. Green
The first one I bought lasted several years. Good reliable brand. Will keep this updated for longevity.Published 1 month ago by Green Moment
I purchased one of these units about 5 years ago and I am quite pleased. It is a bit noisy and not very fast but it beats going to the gas station which in my area have all moved... Read morePublished 1 month ago by PJ