|Item Weight||1.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.6 x 5.9 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||HV18|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HV18|
Q Industries HV18 Small Tire Air Compressor
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- Multi use compressor designed for all ATV's, UTV's, motorcycles, bicycles, and sports equipment
- Consists of 2 different power sources via the battery or the cigarette lighter
- Includes a carry bag
- Compact, powerful, easily transportable and versatile
- Highly durable
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Update 2014.. Four years later and this thing is totally dead. Was great while it lasted and I'm even thinking of buying another. I like the connectors are great for motorcycles and made sense, just be aware that this is probably not a long term item. Even with that for $30 bucks and the use I got out of it, I'm still satisfied.
Multi use compressor designed for all ATV's, UTV's, motorcycles, bicycles, and sports equipment.
This item was never designed to inflate car or truck tires. The advantage of this pump is in its portability. This fits well In my motorcycle tank bag because it's soo small. In my test it took 10 minutes to inflate my rear motorcycle tire from flat to 36psi. The small pressure gauge is perfect but it seems to read 2psi high...which is not a big deal for its portability. The multiple ways to connect to a power source is great. I am using my existing battery tender connection. I was not able to get the entire pump and accessories in the carry bag but once I shelved the connections I didn't need to bring with me I was able to get the rest in the bag. Before shedding connections, everything but the air hose fit in the bag.
This pump gets warm and I would only use it for 10-15 minutes at a time before letting it cool down.
If storage space is not an issue go with a bigger pump, this pump purposely trades power and run time for space.
This past weekend I went to use it and I was able to turn it on a few times, then it just died.
Lucky for me I'd gotten enough air in before it decided to quit.
And now of course it's too late to return for warranty or refund.
I would NOT recommend this pump.
After you take the chuck off the tire valve allow the compressor to run 30 additional seconds to cool ITSELF down before disconnecting power or switching it off, and THEN wait 2 minutes before you try and unscrew the hose which has indeed gotten VERY hot --- just like the manufacturer WARNED YOU it would.
A company called Motopumps makes an even smaller compressor especially for motorcycles, it appears to be a very high quality unit but it sells at a significant premium over this unit. IMHO this one is "good enough!"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The hose had a whole in it upon opening package. It works barely after taping it upPublished 11 months ago by Leif
good product ,above average quality ,nice size, fair price, quick shipment !Published 15 months ago by raylow
Used twice failed, junk, stay away, no way of getting my money back. I'm out 30 bucks. This thing is junkPublished on December 22, 2013 by Jay Albertson
It's better than the slime pump, comes in a bag, small enough to leave in a motorcycle Pannier, the only thing is it gets burning hot. Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by V-Stromer
I got the pump, and immediately put it to the test. It sputtered a bit, and shopped, burning the fuse it connected through. With a new fuse I tried again. Read morePublished on October 26, 2012 by Yoram Arnon