VIAIR 70P Portable Air Compressor Customer Reviews
83 Customer Reviews
Road trip adventures can lead you far away from the nearest service station. You've got to be prepared for any contingency. Before you venture down the road, be sure to pack along the VIAIR 70P Portable Air Compressor. It's got the lung power to inflate your ATV and motocross tires, so you don't get stuck in no man's land.
In your garage, or down the street, your VIAIR 70P goes anywhere. And, its slight 5.3 lbs weight won't strain your arms or back carrying it to and fro.
Quality is VIAIR's hallmark. That's why your 70P Portable Air Compressor is outfitted with stainless steel valves, a performance PTFE piston ring, and sealed to resist moisture and dust. What's more, you get a sturdy carrying bag, 3 inflation tips, and a 1-year warranty.
83 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Congjun W (HOUSTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Infiniti QX60 — Tuesday at 9:21 AM
I got this pump in a timely manner. Immediately I tried it on my car. It is much quieter than the one I had, and it works great. I especially like the screw thread on the metal part of the air outlet. The pump hose could be easily and securely screwed on the tire. The bag is convenient to keep the pump, cables together, and easy to store and to carry around. It is sturdy, seems very well built. The power cable is long enough to reach all 4 tires.So far, I am very satisfied with this purchase.
Reviewed by Robert B (San Rafael, CA) — Jan 24, 2013 12:17 PM
I was expecting a cheap, lots of plastic type unit. Not the case. Well built, solid and easy to use. So quiet I didn't think it was working. I keep it in the trunk and feel better about long distance trips. Combo this with a tire repair kit and you are good to go.
Reviewed by Anthony o (West Hollywood, CA) — Nov 21, 2012 2:20 AM
I used the Viair 70p compressor on a flat tire on my motorcycle trailer and it filled it with air right away. I am very pleased with this very light, small compressor. I could not ask for more, price is great and very good product.
Reviewed by chinh h (San Jose, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Pilot — Apr 05, 2012 8:02 AM
Turned on 1986 Toyota Camry engine then plugged in the pump as instructed. It ran for about 30 seconds then suddenly stopped.I think it may have blew up a fuse because I tried on a 2008 Honda Pilot and worked fine. I guess it's not design for old model cars. Other than above incident, the pumps worked fine. It's quite and fast for its size.
Reviewed by thy n (SAN FRANCISCO, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Lincoln Town Car — Mar 07, 2012 9:01 PM
I checked the reviews many times before ordering the Vair 70P. It is a great product; it works really well, fast as the one at the gas station, and it comes with a nice bag and there are a couple of attachments for other uses, like balls, etc. The dial screen shows me what is my PSI while pumping. I am so happy. I use this for my S39 Limousines company and now I don't have to worry about bringing my cars to the gas stations and then finding out that their air connector is broken; waste my time and gas. Now I can check and refill air whenever I want to. Thanks AutoAnything for a great product. From San Francisco.
Reviewed by Tuan T (Mountain View, CA) Reviewed for a 2007 BMW X3 — Mar 05, 2012 10:29 AM
This compressor does what everyone has posted earlier. The price is great and it works like a charm so far. I would definitely recommend this to someone who just need a simple air compressor at an inexpensive price. You really don't need to buy anything more if all you are going to do is inflate tires once in awhile.
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Asked by Anonymous
Aug 14, 2012 2:48 PM
Can this compressor be used to occasionally power a light-duty pneumatic tool like a brad nailer to install baseboard trim?
Asked by Anonymous A.
Jun 29, 2012 1:07 PM
Does the VIAIR 70P Portable Air Compressor have a plug for a standard outlet?
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jun 29, 2012 1:28 PM
Hello. It does not, unfortunately, only the cigarette lighter plug. Generally, a local parts store would have an accessory to plug a cigarette lighter plug into a converter to plug into the wall outlet.flag Accept Answer