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My sons bought this for me for Christmas, they said they got tired of watching me inflate and check, inflate and check. Was curious how reliable these type inflators can be. Manual says +/- 2%. You set the desired tire pressure, turn it on and it cuts off at the desired pressure. The small light blue/dark blue piece in the center comes off and can be used as a standalone digital air pressure gauge, but its also where you program it. wish the air hose was longer though
 

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did it come with a 110 adapter or are you gonna mount a cigar lighter on your bike? i would try it on bicycles and lawn mowers way before it even gets close to my bike! let us know what you think of it!
 

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did it come with a 110 adapter or are you gonna mount a cigar lighter on your bike? i would try it on bicycles and lawn mowers way before it even gets close to my bike! let us know what you think of it!
Not a problem. I do have a lighter. No cigar on the 110v. So far checked all my tires on my truck last night. Gonna double check them with my digital and analog gauges to see how close it really is.
Might not keep it anyway, even if it is excellent, maybe it'll go back to Lowes or in the truck or one of the cars.. I have a different plan for tire inflation. But havent even started that yet.
 
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