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LifeLine AAA 300 PSI 12 Volt DC Air Compressor

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  • Quick connect air hose
  • 300 psi
  • 10 foot power cord
  • 3 nozzle adaptors included
  • Air pressure gauge included
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Technical Details
BrandAAA
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions3.5 x 8 x 5.9 inches
Item model number4024AAA
Manufacturer Part Number4024AAA
  
Additional Information
ASINB000SL4AA2
Best Sellers Rank #238 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 26, 2007
  
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Product Description

AAA 300 PSI AIR COMPRESSOR INCLUDES: 3 nozzle adapters, power cord with cigarette plug, air pressure check gauge, AAA membership brochure.

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Customer Reviews

This compressor is loud and slow, but it gets the job done.
T. Ksandr
I got it for my bike tires, but have kept it in my car... it works great at filling tires, beach balls, pool toys etc.
Doodle's Ma
Trying to pump an auto tire from 31 to 35 psi takes about five minutes.
Robert E. Henkin

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302 of 306 people found the following review helpful By Rich K on July 26, 2011
NO this is Not a commercial air compressor, it's meant for occasional home use and it does just fine in that capacity. Yes it takes a bit longer to fill up a tire and it makes a lot of noise for something this size. If you want something faster and quieter you can spend two to three times more. I personally don't think it is worth it for what I use it for.

This works well to top off a tires air pressure, a beach ball, football etc. It will not fill up a pool float, air mattress or anything large it just does not produce the large volume of air required to do so.

I only use this 5 to 6 times a year and have been doing so for 4 plus years with the same compressor. This has held up exceptionally well even though it sounds like it is going to fall apart when I run it. It has basically paid for itself with the gas I have saved going to the service station and the fee they charge to use there compressor. Also keeping your tires inflated to the right pressure will slow down on tire wear and maximize the miles per gallon of gas you use.

The negatives are;
1~ It takes longer to fill a tire.
2~ It's noisy.
3~ The fill hose could be longer to fill larger SUV tires.
4~ The gauge is not very accurate. ( I use a separate tire gauge to check the pressure )

The positives are;
1~ It's inexpensive.
2~ It works quite well.
3~ It held up well.
4~ It's compact and easy to store.
5~ My wife thinks I am working very hard outside with all the noise this makes.

All and all this is a good reasonably priced compressor that works quite well.
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89 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Morgue on March 30, 2011
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This pump isn't as slow as some of the people here have claimed. It pumps about 2 PSI per minute, which isn't bad given it's size and price. If your tire is 10 PSI low, it will only take about 5 minutes.
Yes, it's loud, but it's an air compressor, what were you expecting? The cords tuck away, and the construction is more sturdy than other models I've seen. I'd recommend having one of these in your car in case you run over a nail or something. This will help you inflate your tire long enough to reach a service station.
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113 of 123 people found the following review helpful By L. Harvey on July 6, 2008
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i have read all the reviews of this type of product and i'm sure glad i didn't go over budget with this one. this thing is noisy for sure but not deafening if you are outdoor. it is slow compared to the station pump but it did a large SUV tire in ten minutes.....not bad i say. the pressure guage is accurate enough when i compared it to the pocket devices. but it is so light, small, easy to use and affordable that you have to accept a few short comings. overall it does the intended job simply good enough for me and i would expect most people to be satisfied also. my one concern with it is that there is no safety blow off system so my wife must pay attention for the ten minutes watching that pressure guage. then again, it is made for adults.
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63 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Robert E. Henkin on July 20, 2008
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With gas stations charging for air I opted to by this device to maintain tire pressure and fuel economy. If you buy this gadget be patient with it. Trying to pump an auto tire from 31 to 35 psi takes about five minutes. This would not be bad except that you are not supposed to run the device for more than 15 minutes at a time or you can damage it. I am lucky to have an indoor garage to work in. I can imagine what it might be like to try to use this outdoors in the winter. It does what it claims to do, but is very slow to do it.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Kelly A. Butikofer on December 17, 2009
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I bought this portable compressor to keep the tires in my 1959 Chevy up during the winter months. It did a great job as I re-filled the tires from 20 psi to 35 psi in about 4 minutes. quick and easy. good product.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By PoeFool on October 11, 2013
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This is a handy, compact air compressor for inflating auto and bike tires, balls, air mattresses, etc. I bought it because I did not want to pay $1 every time I wanted to adjust the tire pressures on my Odyssey. (I also discovered that my regular garage's normal in-line air gauge was 5 psi off, and when I asked them to fill the tires to the recommended cold pressure of 35 psi, they actually took air OUT leaving me with a constant and annoying "low pressure" warning in the dashboard readout.) Checking the pressure with my own independent gauge later confirmed that my automobile's sensor was correct, so I ordered this unit to avoid having to stop somewhere just to add air when I needed it mid-trip, and to avoid this kind of inflating error.

It is a small, compact unit that fits in the storage carousel of the minivan, a nice plus for traveling.

I have not used it to fill up a completely flat tire, just to precisely adjust low pressures (from 30 to 35 psi, e.g.). It accomplished this, for all four tires, in only a couple of minutes per tire.

Small air compressors like this ARE noisy, in fact, most air compressors are noisy. This one is no noisier than my previous ones (which I gave, in sequence, to my kids for their cars). That being said, you don't want to use this outside a hospital or under a bedroom window where someone is sleeping...for very long!

The gauge is about 3/4 of a circle, and in that space are markings from 0 to 300. This results in a dial with marks every 5 psi about 1/8" apart. It is fairly accurate, but like all gauges like this, is hard to read precisely. Mine registered what I read as "38" when it had inflated the tire to 36 psi. One would be wise to get a good quality, accurate, independent gauge to keep in the glove compartment.
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