Bought this air inflator to inflate my car, bike and bicycle, however, there is no bicycle nozzle adapter supplied with this. Some new type bicycle tube nozzles are similar to motor bikes; hence this inflator can go directly without any adapter. However, for older type bicycles which still exists in the market, need an adapter to go with this inflator. I did a search in the local bicycle shop and got the required adapter for 20 rupees (see pic) and I'm sure that the seller can source it and add it to the package, so that what is written in the product description becomes true and customers will not be disappointed.
Pros: - good looking, compact, light weight - accurate pressure sensor (x-checked with petrol station) - not too much noise while running - topping up the air pressure is really quick, only few seconds - LCD display with digital settings and Auto Shut Off are really cool - 12 ft cable length is fair; Delivery hose build quality is sturdy - unlike screw types, air nozzle type is easy to lock and remove, no leaks observed - User manual with clear instruction
Cons: - LED torch light looks downwards; it should be the other way around; so you have to lift the inflator up to locate the nozzle if the area is dark (slight design flaw) - get heats up fast while running (I'm not sure whether it is normal) (avoid keeping it running continuously for more than 8-10 min, give some break) - Missing old type bicycle nozzle adapter (can be bought from local market, suggested the seller to add it). - Adding 220V AC current to 12V DC current adapter will also be a good value addition. i.e. if you want to avoid starting your car engine to use this inflator or you want to avoid losing car fuel due to the engine running or you don't have a car but want to use this inflator to inflate your bikes and bicycles, then you should buy a 220V AC to 12V DC adapter / converter and use it to connect the inflator to your 220V home current. I bought a 120W rated AC to DC adapter from Amazon and I'm using it with this inflator by normal electricity, without having to start my car engine, which made me very happy.
Overall, a good buy and I'm satisfied with its performance. We can avoid going to petrol stations to check air pressures or fill up air. Set 0.5 or 1 psi more than the recommended pressure as you will lose little air while removing the discharge hose from the nozzle. Keep it in your car at all the time as this will be handy during emergencies such as when tyre becomes flat during your long trips. Stick with what is written in the user manual to avoid any mess-ups during operations. When inflating bicycle tyres, you need to set the pressure to 50 to 60 psi and manually switch it off when desired pressure is reached.
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