Out of interest, how much did you pay for it. Amazon in the UK is after £115 of my hard earned motorbike pocket money.
it looks like that exact pump is $79 on amazon, but they have an older model similar for $36. the way i look at it, that's still cheaper than a wreck for having incorrect air pressure on the tires. the last texas mile made it evident how important it is to have the ability to easily make adjustments.Out of interest, how much did you pay for it. Amazon in the UK is after £115 of my hard earned motorbike pocket money.
agreed, that's why i used the gage in the video as a quick check on accuracy for starters too.Iv used a few different types. Youd always wanna check after with a gauge
good deal. i have a mower and weedeater from them currently. it looks a bit bigger than the airmoto, and i do like that the airmoto is 12v and can work on a car adapter if needed.I got one of these for $40 recently (factory blemished from direct tools). Super handy. Recommend if you're already in the Ryobi ecosystem.
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FWIW (not wishing to take away from your review). I use the Milwaukee 12v Pump as it has batteries that interchange with their other 12v tools so I can use the same battery for impact guns, drills, lamps, soldering irons, dremmels etc. light truck and compact equipment tires. Part of the M12™ cordless system by MILWAUKEE®. | Milwaukee Tool UK
Seems like there are two approaches to the air compressors. There is the ryobi/milwaukee/dewalt setup where you can interchange batteries or the airmoto type approach that can charge off a 12v car adapter. I chose the latter as it's smaller and i can charge it easily in my car at the track, plus i only bought my first cordless ryobi device a week ago. the smaller one will also be easier to carry on a bike trip if i'm going far. No right/wrong answer, just whatever's best for each.Now there is a thought. I have several 18v dewalt batteries in the workshop/garage. The dewalt unit is no where near as compact. But battery should last much longer and will be more powerful.
in the video, it filled that tire from 4 psi to 35 psi w/o issue and didn't sound like it was slowing down or anything, so my guess is if you had a flat on the road, lost all the air, you could patch the tire and fill it up to pressure or at least close enough to get to where you're going better than being stranded.Very nice and compact. Would this pump up a tire that had no air, off just its battery charge?