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Goodyear i7000 12-Volt Direct Drive Heavy-Duty Tire Inflator

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  • High pressure 12 Volt portable inflator
  • Heavy duty with fast air delivery at 30 liters per minute
  • Max PSI output 130
  • Inflates P185/R14 from 0 – 28 PSI in approximately 2 1/2 minutes or less
  • Inflates all vehicle tires from cars to RVs, to SUVs, to trucks and more
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Technical Details
BrandBon-Aire
Item Weight6.3 pounds
Product Dimensions9 x 8.1 x 7 inches
Item model numberi7000
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Manufacturer Part Numberi7000
  
Additional Information
ASINB001D5HP40
Best Sellers Rank #165,053 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.2 pounds
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Date First AvailableFebruary 18, 2009
  
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Product Description

This 12 Volt direct drive inflator with "WHISPER SOFT" technology provides extremely quiet and efficient operation. Inflates all vehicle tires from cars to RVs, SUVs to trucks and more. Inflates a 14 inch vehicle tire 0-28 PSI (flat to full) in less than 3 minutes. Includes a built-in analog gauge for accurate pressure readings and a powerful built-in work light and comes in a nylon carrying case for easy storage.

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129 of 129 people found the following review helpful By sonytoao on August 7, 2009
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I've owned two other tire inflators: both Craftsman. Both were as loud as a jackhammer and caused a massive racket when in use. And they were quite slow in inflating my car tires so the racket went on for longer than I desired. The primary features I wanted in a new unit was low noise output and an ability to inflate my 20" SUV tires. Wow! does this unit deliver! I plugged it in one of my car power outlets and turned it on in my enclosed garage. I know the noise was not noticeable to my townhouse neighbors. And the inflation is much faster: with my Craftsman, I would settle in for the wait to inflate 5psi, turn on the radio and check the gauge every few minutes. With this one, I had to watch the gauge closely to ensure I did not over-inflate within 1 minute. (According to the claim on the box, it will inflate a 14" tire from 0-28psi in under 2:30 seconds.)

What you get:

* 16-ft PVC air hose w/ quick connect cabling (much like most Craftsman air compressors);
* 10-ft power cord with a 15 amp fuse (this length, plus that of the air hose, should be plenty long enough for most folks);
* Built-in analog pressure gauge (above 30 psi, it displays 2psi increments up to 150psi);
* 4 LED lights built into the inflator (the lamp has a separate on/off switch from the inflator)
* Four inflation adaptors for toys, balls, rafts, etc.

The box also includes 2 replacement 12v fuses. I can't speak to longevity as I've not put it through any wear-and-tear but since it's a direct drive motor, fewer moving parts would imply that it should last longer than other gear driven models. The whole thing fits nicely in a carrying bag that can easily fit behind any car seat (it's about the size of an adult's soft lunchbox). Time will tell whether Goodyear was wise in allowing its name used on this model but so far, so good. Highly recommend.
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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Y. Teng on October 30, 2009
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I am upgrading from a cheap unit that was slow and noisy. After researching a number of air compressors online, I decided to purchase this unit. Just received it and tried it out. I am really pleased by this unit:

- Incredibly quite and stable -- it won't jump around like my previous unit;
- Quick inflation -- I tried to top off on my 31" truck tire. I did not time it, but I can see the needle moving at 33 psi. For bicycle tires, it takes only seconds;
- Reasonable power draw -- it did not blow the fuse on my 04 4Runner, and I don't have problem starting the truck after testing the unit without engine running to fill 3 bicycles and top off a truck tire;
- Accurate gauge -- I tested it against my other tire gauge and the readings are practically the same at 33 psi;
- Quality construction. The chuck connector works much more reliably than the quick connector in my previous cheap unit. It loses a bit of air upon disconnect but can be easily compensated.
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By David W. Miller on September 15, 2009
For an upcoming 3-week camping vacation I wanted a reliable compressor so that I could maintain the correct tire pressure for the tires on the pop-up camper. Camper tires will heat and fail (blow) if the pressure is too low. Our camper tires require 50 psi. I chose this compressor because it appeared to be heavier duty than the "cheaper" (below $20) varieties found at the discount stores. After 3 weeks and 5,000 miles, no blow-outs. Plus, we also had a truck tire with a slow leak and I was able to maintain good pressure in that tire without having to rely upon service station inflation vending machines. In summary, I believe this product is a useful tool and a good value.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By L. O'Meally on June 14, 2010
As many others have said, this compressor uses more current than the average cigarette lighter socket can handle. However, with proper fusing, it works as advertised, is fairy quiet and inflates tires quickly. Unfortunately, after an estimated total of 45 minutes of intermittent use on my sedan, the pump's connecting rod bearing shaft broke away from the counterbalance and the unit is now useless. The failure occured at 32 P.S.I. while inflating a tire.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J. Byrnes on December 22, 2009
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This is a great little compressor, Small enough to keep in my truck, but powerful enough to top off my tires to 65psi in just a couple minutes.

The flashlight is a bit gimicky, but it could be useful in some situations. The switch for the light is separate from the compressor switch so you don't need to turn it on unless needed.

The power cord and air line are plenty long enough to comfortably reach all 4 tires on my full size, extended cab truck (as long as I came out a door on the side I was inflating), yet short enough to be easily manageable. The air chuck screws onto the tire valve so you don't have to hold it on while inflating, and the auto-coiling air line tucks into the provided carry bag easily.

I was very impressed with both how quiet and cool it ran. Even inflating to 65psi it didn't struggle, or even warm up.

It might be a bit of overkill for passenger car tires (~32psi), but it's great for truck/SUV tires.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By phil on October 21, 2010
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do not buy this product unless its an inflatable you need air in- for tires it is junk it states 130 psi 60 psi is the max
after less than 5 minutes it blew 15 amp fuse and the cord was hot - the unit was too hot to touch it is rated 14.5 amp
then it blew 20 amp then i had a 25 - yup that blew too- 60 psi max- advertised as "Goodyear i7000 12-Volt Direct Drive Heavy-Duty Tire Inflator"
just a pickup truck with 80 psi tires now they are 60 psi tires- dang nice carry pouch though thanks alot
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