Reviewed By James M (Locust Grove, VA) Reviewed for a 2003 Honda Civic —5/13/2009 12:58 PM
it does what it says, it's compact, has long cord for reaching tires. Gauge is a bit off (reads a little higher than actual psi) but close.
Reviewed By Vincent B (MIDLAND, MI) Reviewed for a 2005 Jeep Wrangler —9/16/2016 6:02 AM
I can quickly air up all 4 of my 35s to a road drive-able pressure in minutes from only 7/8psi (beadlocks). I also use this to run both of my lockers and a train horn.I have not had the need to run air tools yet, but I have no doubt that this compressor is up to the task. Worth every penny, but I still wish it was cheaper!
Reviewed By Jan A (Duck Key, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 BMW 5-Series —8/2/2016 4:52 AM
If you take your bike on your trips ......then you can not be without a means to keep your bike tires at correct pressure. Also I took my " run-flat" tires of my BMW and I am now running standard tires.......keep posted I hope that I never need this compressor to get me to a tire repaire store.......but nice to know that you "should" be able to inflate a tire that is low.......even if it may take a few minutes????????????????