Going to use this to clean the dust off my PC and keyboard.
Just need to find a 120V to 12V adapter.
*Make sure to apply the 14$ coupon*
Someone tell me if this is a bad idea.
Amazon product: AstroAI Portable Air Compressor, Tire Inflator, Car Air Pump. Compresseur Voiture 12V DC Auto Tire Pump with Digital Pressure Gauge, 100 PSI with Emergency LED Light for Car, Bicycle and Other Inflatables, Yellow, Cadeau
I bought this after spending last winter filling up my tires at the gas stations with fluctuating temperatures. | My observations | 1. Very easy to use. | 2. Connect power cable to car charger. It is long enough to fill tires on one side. | 3. Set the specified pressure (pressure units can be designated in various formats) | 4. Connect the original cable to the tire (it came with a bunch of adapters but I could directly screw it on the tires of 2 different cars Dodge and Hyundai) | 5. Once the cable is secured, the display will give you the current pressure in the tire – then hit the on switch. | 6. Tires get inflated to the set pressure and pump stops automatically. | Conclusion | – One tire was significantly deflated, it took around 4 minutes to pump it | – Other tires were deflated enough for the car sensors to go off, took around 90s to full each. I’m not a F1 driver and these numbers are good for me. | – Device is small and handy with an inbuilt led torch which would be handy when pumping at the road side. The flashing option is well thought of. | – It’s light and does topple a little before one sets its right after connecting to the tires. So just needs a little getting used to. | – Some users might find it noisy but in the greater scheme of things its not a big deal. | Attached are pictures of the pump including when attached to the 2 cars. | Note : In terms of accuracy, I believe it must be very accurate because the car sensors have indicated the same pressure as it was designated to pump to.