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Warranted for one (1) years from date of purchase. This warranty does
not cover damage resulting from negligent handling, misuse or lack of
reasonable maintenance and care. (Proof of purchase maybe required).
Computer controls help prevent over-inflation.
The fact that the battery is not replaceable means this is a disposable item that cannot be counted on to last as long as you would expect it to last given the cost of the item. I don't know about you but I do not want to purchase a new air compressor every two to three years…especially at these prices. The cheapo air compressor I bought at Wal-Mart for my daughter’s car has lasted her 8 years now. It was only $20.
Great while it worked.
Today I tried to inflate another beach ball for grandaughter #3. All I got was "Err" (Error I guess) but did not work at all - it is fully charged! Stuck in the KPA pressure scale.
Any way to RESET its brain?? Remove battery? How?
$120 should carry me a little longer than 14 months!! It is a B&D after all, I do expect more!
Cannot be changed from friggin' Kpa pressure no matter how many buttons are "pushed-and-held", simultaneously or otherwise. I understand what a PSI is and the Kpa gang can go, well enough. I got on this site to see if there's a magic bullet for changing the units off metric and came to this part first.
I like 1)the idea of a plug free inflator and 2) auxilliary power through a cigarette lighter, but the battery stopped charging after 9 months and the auxilliary power never worked.
Product is very poorly designed and is cheaply made.
1) Battery died after 9 months of very light use.
2) Auxilliary power through cigarette lighter power never worked so it was "dead in the water" when the battery died and became a paperweight.
3) The features are nice, but I have to refer to the little manual each time I use it because it is difficult to remember to press this button and do this, and then do that, etc. Not intuitive at all and this means cheap components for these features.
4) There is a small air hose included for inflating rafts and other similar things. This little hose folds around three sides of the inflator in a slot for that purpose, but unfortunately after removing it the first time it won't stay in the slot...ever. It pops out immediately and therefore will be lost and worthless when you go to the beach, rafting and forget the pre-flight checklist to make sure it is close to the unit. Poorly designed, cheap materials and components. Not usual for B&D.
The Cordless Operation is by far the coolest feature. Everything else is a bonus. The on board digital pressure gauge, Autoshutoff and ability to inflate more than just tires are all great features.
Unit could use a cover over inlet for low pressure high volume pump. Keep stuff from getting in there. Also, a memory to store tire pressures would be nice. Some folks may find the shutoff after 2 minutes of non use [ when on internal battery ]kind of a pain. When you turn unit back on you must then re-enter tire pressure. I know this is to help conserve battery but would be nice if this feature could be turned off if desired.
What I like best. The Cordless Operation.It is Great! Not having to deal with some kind of cord really makes life alot easier. The on board air pressure gauge being on the money means I don't have to lug my pressure gauge along. Another plus, the auto shut off is also very cool and easy to set psi. on.Also note the on board pressure gauge is digital so you can set virtually any tire pressure for the auto stop.
While overall product seems well thought out it could use some sort of cover over intake for High Volume Low Pressure pump. So stuff couldn't get into opening. Likwise, for spot where charger plugs into unit.Also, it would be nice if there were a memory to store tire pressures and a way to turn off the sleep mode that kicks in after two minutes of non use. I know this is to save battery but when it kicks in you then have to turn unit back on and re-enter tire pressure.