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The powerful Q Industries SuperFlow MV50 high-volume air compressor is perfect for trucks, SUVs, RVs and other full-size vehicles, and is designed for everyday use--from inflating your kids' soccer ball to filling up a flat tire. The MV50's 12 volts of power and 120 PSI capacity is comparable to other higher-priced compressors.
This compressor includes a 10-foot power cord to reach around the vehicle, a 16-foot detachable hose to connect from compressor to tire, a built-in pressure gauge, and alligator clips to hook directly to the battery. It's a great item if you have an SUV and need air for off-road activities.
The MV50 air compressor can inflates a full-size truck tire to 25–35 PSI in less than 3 minutes, and can inflate a passenger tire to 25–35 PSI in under a minute. The 120 PSI creates an air flow up to 2.54 CFM (72 lpm).
This air compressor comes with adapters including a 16-foot detachable air hose and a carrying bag. It's ideal for off-road vehicles and a good backup for off-road adventures where tires can deflate far away from an air source.
Q Industries MV50 12V Air Compressor, 10-foot power cord with alligator clips, 16-foot detachable air hose, adapter set, carrying bag.
Bought this in January of 2012, and finally had to use it. The tire on my full size truck had less than 10 psi, In 2 to 3 minutes it had 31.5 psi. Read morePublished 28 days ago by nobody
It works ok takes a rather long time to inflate a low tire which out in the cold is troublesome. It will do the job though however.Published 1 month ago by Rich L. Myers
I have used it multiple times on the trail. I typically air down my tires for off roading to 18 PSI and back up to 35 PSI when I hit the hard ball again. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher Bruun
Don't attempt to use on a tire that has some air in it! Blew the fuse quick!Published 1 month ago by Stephen Rayl
Kind of junky right out of the box. Had to tear it down, port it, make a new reed valve, replace the electrical switch, relay, fittings and hose, and put a much longer, larger... Read morePublished 1 month ago by cavpilot