|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.1 x 7.5 x 4.5 inches|
|Item model number||HV-35|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HV-35|
Q Industries HV-35 SuperFlow 12-Volt 140 PSI Air Compressor
|Price:||$33.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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Top Customer Reviews
The HV35 unfortunately is not without issue. Some of the build quality looks questionable(rounded screw heads, cheap hardware).
It came with an extremely junky plug. In fact it was broken when the unit arrived. No real problem for me anyway. I added about an extra 10ft of wire and a set of gator clips(as on battery chargers) that way I can connect it direct to the battery and avoid pesky blown lighter plug fuses.
I have also ordered a Viair 70P compressor. At $39.99 it is in the same price range.I hope to be able to review it as soon as I receive it.
I am hoping for a unit that is of better build quality as my main ideal is having a dependable unit as well as a fast performer.
the box says 14 amps, the unit says 10 amps.
I can't say it's not fast it is fast (from 28 to 36 PSI in 30 secs), it is small, but the broken plug and the pressure gauge is not much accurate, so.
it's agood backup for your car but not satsfying for a guy who is looking for well built stuff like me.
It is heavier than any of the others I've owned, with a very good pressure gauge (with cover) built in. Only negative is that the powercord "could" have been a little longer, but it is sufficient to do the job.
Owning a 6-cylinder pickup truck, I knew it would be close at to whether this would be powerful enough do the job ... but it turns out it is more than enough - i think it just takes a little longer to fill those big high-pressure tires. From basketballs to wheelbarrow tires, to my big bad-boy of a pickup, this little gem does it all. I thought I might regret not spending the 20-30.00 more and getting the larger one, but this one is just fine and has an amazing little carry case.
Very well designed and constructed, extremely pleased. NO buyers remorse... just happy.
This HV35, while not quiet, is noticeably quieter than the Slime Co. one. And it pumped my 7-gallon air tank from 50 PSI to 105 PSI in about 15 minutes. That's perfectly adequate performance, and quite good for the price. The sheilded output tube got pretty warm during that time, and the pump body got hot, but that didn't seem to affect its performance. No smoke, no slowing down, or other signs of distress. I consider this compressor to be a very good value for the money. It would be nice to have a clip-on output spigot rather than the screw-on one, but that's a minor quibble.
It comes with a peel-off label on the gauge, that says it might read as much as 10% higher or lower than the actual pressure it's measuring. I found that to be true - this one reads about 10% higher than three other gauges I measured it with.
PROS: Compact, not as noisy as other compressors, takes reasonable time to pump up an air tank. Low price. No performance problems.
CONS: Gets kind of hot, but most compressors do. Screw-on spigot instead of snap-on. Gauge needle quivers as it runs. These are all minor complaints.
I consider this compressor to be a good value for the money. It would be nice to have a clip-on output spigot rather than the screw-on one, but that's a minor quibble. I was looking for a compressor that would do the job and not give me the grief the cheaper Slime Co. one did, and this one fills the bill.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great product. worth a few extra $. will not burn out like the cheaper ones. good sellerPublished 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
This air pump is great. The operating noise is low compared to the one that I had for 25+ years. It was quick in airing up my car tire. I am very well pleased with this air pump.Published 3 months ago by Boothill Bill
I bought this air pump to replace my plastic air pump which quit working. I had 2 pumps of similar construction and neither lasting very long, so I decided to try one that seemed... Read morePublished 5 months ago by S. Poste