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Power Tank TIG-8200 Heavy Duty Tire Inflator

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  • Features an easy to read 2.5 inch diameter liquid filled dial gauge with rubber shock boot gauge protection
  • The body is a high flow design with an ergonomic thumb trigger and a side pressure release button
  • Works as a tire pressure gauge when not hooked to a tank
  • Liquid filled gauge has a longer life and is shock resistant
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Power Tank TIG-8200 Heavy Duty Tire Inflator + Goodyear EP 46501 3/8-Inch by 25-Feet 250 PSI Rubber Air Hose with 1/4-Inch MNPT Ends
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Technical Details
BrandPower Tank
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions9.8 x 4.6 x 3.6 inches
Item model numberTIG-8200
Manufacturer Part NumberTIG8200
  
Additional Information
ASINB002KCE6LU
Best Sellers Rank #17,149 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 3, 2009
  
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Product Description

Power Tank Heavy Duty Tire Inflator features an easy to read 2.5 inch diameter liquid filled dial gauge with rubber shock boot gauge protection. The advantages to a liquid filled gauge are longer life, shock resistance, and higher accuracy. Other features are a tough 24 inch braided hose whip, and a European style clip. The body is a high flow design with an ergonomic thumb trigger and a side pressure release button. This tool even works as a tire pressure gauge when not hooked to a tank.

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Customer Reviews

It feels very solid and professional.
WindGuy
It is easy to use and is spot-on accurate when the pressure is checked with other high end gauges.
Roger Nace
I would definitely recommend this product to anyone that appreciates quality!
John

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Nigel on September 13, 2012
I ordered one of these a week or so ago.. Upon arrivial I was pretty excited considering all the reviews. I open it up and it's kinda jammed in the packaging.. I saw no worries, I open it up and see some dings on the base of the unit. On top of that the inflator hose was very stiff, think CHEAP air hose stiff.. poly or so... AND it didn't swivel. I asked for a replacment via amazon and they promptly sent me a new one. Please see my attached pic (3 of them).

It was different. The front of the gauge needle is different than the first one I got. The hose is completly different and FLEXIBLE, not some cheap POS that was on the first one. Also the rubber gauge boot STAYED on the gauges and didn't look like it was falling off, like the first one. And the hose attachment at the base of the unit swivels.. unlike the first one.

Overall I REALLY like this unit, however I am mad because if I didn't get another one I would have been stuck with an expensive crappy inflator. I like the second one I recieved and hope that others see the picture to realize you either have the good one or a 2nd rate one in my opinion...

Some might say they use different parts and this or that at the time, but if someone is spending this much for a tire inflator get the QC right please... don't just slap a bunch of crap together...

If I had not got the 2nd inflator I would have rated this product a 2-3 honestly. Since I got a much better one I am giving it a 4 star. It would have gotten 5 if the QC in my opinion wasn't so different... sorry but $70 for a tire inflator is not cheap..

-Nigel
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By C. E. Cash on July 1, 2010
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All the other inflators out there have 200psi-250psi gauges, which is useless for motorcycles, where the difference between 40psi and 42psi makes a difference. This has a nice 60psi gauge where you can set the tire pressure to exactly what you want. The valve clip actually stays in place and doesn't leak, unlike Sear's, Lowe's & Harbor Freight stuff. It's also much better made than the usual cheap cast potmetal bodies.

The 90 degree valve head swivels, and I can get it in between the brake discs and spokes a lot easier than the straight hoses.

The thumb lever is a lot more comfortable than the pistol-grip tools. For me, it was worth every dime over the $30 models, because checking the tire pressure isn't such an irritating chore now.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By W. Chow on April 4, 2012
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I don't own too many tire inflators with a built-in pressure gauge, but this tool is very sturdy...and kind of heavy.

The clip-on chuck on the end of the tool is very well designed and so far it has held onto my most of the wheel valve stems I have used it on without it leaking air.

I've tested the gauge against 4 other ones that I have own and it's definitely more accurate.

Overall, I'm very happy with the tool.

*****Updated 05/06/2013*****
Well it's been a year after my first review of this item and now I'm doing a update. The reason for my update is my tool is starting to develop a problem. The indicator panel inside the gauge seems to now move/flex whenever I use it and this constant motion seems to be wearing something out because the tool has become unaccurate. To be more specific, the indicator panel is pushing up against the needle now during inflation and would get stuck. I had to hit the gauge a few times before it become unstuck to get a accurate reading and this has been happening constantly starting two months ago. I'll going to go check out the warranty of my item to see if I can get a replacement. I'll update how my process goes.

*****Updated 08/29/2013*****
Finally got around to sending in my tire gauge back to power tank to get my problem fixed, but they didn't fix anything. I sent it back to them twice to fix the same problems I listed on my previous review update. Long story short the first I sent it back to them they didn't bother to check the problems I list and said they couldn't replicate them. The second time, they completely replaced the gauge head with a new one so the flex problem is gone but the needle getting stuck is still there.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By L. Bencze on March 30, 2011
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If you're like me, you think hard about buying an item as expensive as this when so many cheaper versions are available. You wonder if you're paying for a name or for some sort of unnecessary luxury that won't really make a difference in use. Well, having used this gauge/filler for over two weeks I can say it was worth the price. It is a pleasure to use in all ways. The chuck clamps onto the valve stem very easily and securely: no fiddling, twisting, readjusting while air hisses out. If for some reason you failed to seat it properly, there will be no pressure reading on the gauge. Once on, it stays on while you add or bleed off air pressure. Also, it can be used without being attached to an air compressor simply as an air pressure gauge.

The very large 2" inch gauge is extremely easy to read. When you add pressure the gauge drops down to zero then climbs back up to the new pressure within a couple of seconds. The fluid in the gauge prevents shock to the mechanism and should make it very robust in daily use. It is also accurate as I have tested it against a Longacre digital gauge that I purchased just as a master check gauge. And it is so much easier to use than the Longacre gauge which does require fiddling, twisting, and readjusting to get it to fit on the valve stem. Longacre Digital Tire Air Pressure Gauge

It may be luxurious to have a gauge like this on your compressed air line, but every time I use it it provides that satisfying feel of a tool that is perfectly suited to its purpose. Highly recommended.
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