VIAIR 90P Portable Air Compressor Customer Reviews
29 Customer Reviews
On epic outdoor adventures, you end up rolling across a wide range of terrains. And, different road conditions call for different tire pressures. Carry along the VIAIR 90P Portable Air Compressor, and you'll be ready to set your tires to the ideal pressure. Use the built-in bleeder valve to deflate for serious sand-grabbing traction. Then, when you're ready to hit the pavement, this compressor pumps your tires back up to standard pressure.
Of course, your VIAIR 90P Portable Air Compressor comes in handy on other trips as well. It inflates water toys at the river, blows up air mattresses on camping trips, and even fills your bicycle's tires. With its 15% duty cycle and 120 psi maximum working pressure, this portable compressor has the strength for light- and medium-duty jobs.
Built tough, your 90P Portable Air Compressor boasts stainless steel valves, an anodized aluminum cylinder, and a heavy-duty stand that fights vibration. Covered by a 1-year warranty.
Our 20+ VIAIR 90P Portable Air Compressor customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
29 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ronald H (ROCKLIN, CA) — Feb 16, 2013 10:55 AM
I love my compressor and have been using one for several years until the valve clip that locks the connection to the tire valve stem broke. I use my replacement compressor on 19.5 inch RV tires that require 90 psi and have had great results keeping my tires at the correct pressure. Thank you, Ron H.
Reviewed by james c (Cranberry Twp, PA) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado — Mar 16, 2012 3:07 PM
I researched many portable compressors and this one is the best value. the only thing is the power cord is way too short. I had to splice more line in so i could use it on my truck it would not reach the right rear and was very tight on the left rear. it is a 2500hd crew cab long bed. all in all good product.
Reviewed by Lyle P (Federal Way, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-150 — Feb 16, 2012 8:52 AM
I'm using the VIAIR 90R in case of an emergency when my air shocks need air while I'm camping. It's compact and easy to hook up. I'd recommend it to anyone with a simislar application.
Reviewed by Curt F (Northville, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tundra — Jan 06, 2012 8:32 AM
I do like the Viair 90P air compressor in most respects. The problem is the length of the power cables anf air hose make it nearly impossible to fill all tires on my truck. I ended up replacing the air hose with a quick disconnect and I use a coiled 25 ft. air hose. I can fill all the tires now.
Reviewed by Webster S (Merritt Island, FL) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Tacoma — Oct 21, 2011 4:29 AM
This is the quietest and smoothest air comp I ever used. Like others, the power cord should be 5' longer as even in my Tacoma it just stretches to reach that pass rear tire. VIAIR come on add some cord and you would have the perfect unit!
Reviewed by Willard H (Fort Mill, SC) — Oct 16, 2011 4:38 AM
On my first use of the VIAIR 90P, pumping air into my home auto, I needed to add 4 lbs, from 28 to 32. Pump worked great, but I never was able to get air pressure gauge to give me proper reading, It was over 100 lbs, when the reading should have been 32. I constantly needed to stop pump and check pressure with tire pressure gauge. Minor inconvenience, but like other portable air compressors I have had.
Reviewed by Justin R (Culpeper, VA) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Titan — Apr 28, 2011 9:17 PM
I bought this to go with my Firestone Air Bags. I like how it gives the air pressure without the need to remove and check again with separate pressure gauge. Only problem is that the cables are not long enough to reach from the truck battery to the rear of the truck. I am using my jumper cables to extend the reach.
Reviewed by Michael D (Spencerport, NY) Reviewed for a 2000 Honda CR-V — Jan 21, 2011 4:51 PM
I like many other reviewers got tired of trying to find a gas station that offers a free air pump that still works especially during the winter months. Thus I did my research online and found all models of the Viair portable air compressors to be the top performers. I decided on buying the 90P model over the less expensive 70P and 85P models because it connects to my car battery for power and thus will not blow a fuse related to my car lighter socket that only offers 10 Amps. The 90P is very sturdy and works quickly, with easy instructions. The gauge is accurate when the 90P is still connected to your tire but turned off, thus I toggle between the on and off positions during use to obtain my proper tire PSI reading. I now have peace of mind when traveling with the 90P within my 2000 Honda CR-V but I usually top off my tires in the comfort of my garage before I hit the road. I have used the 90P twice since my 1/12/2011 purchase primarily due to a slow tire rim leak but I'll take care of that next. I can easily reach all 4 tires on my vehicle and the travel case is a nice plus. You won't go wrong with any Viair purchase!
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