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- ASIN: B0036E9VB6
- Item model number: 85
Price : $49.95
Viair 85P is a little 12 volt portable compressor with a built-in LED function light, capable of inflating up to 31 - inch tires by just plugging into your cigarette lighter power port (14.5 amperes maximum), beginning your engine and connecting the screw-on tire chuck to a tire valve stem just before turning the unit on. Tire pressure can be monitored employing the gauge incorporated into the top rated of the unit, above the ON/OFF switch. The power cord is ten feet lengthy and the maximum working pressure is 60 PSI. Performance Specifications: Tire Fill rate: -30 PSI (195/70R14) - two minutes, seconds, Tire Fill rate: -30 PSI (19570R14) - 1 minute, seconds, Tire Fill rate: -30 PSI (225/60R18) - two minutes, 50 seconds, Tire Fill rate: -30 PSI (225/60R18) - 1 minute, 30 seconds, Tire Fill rate: -30 PSI (31 x ten.5 inch) - four minutes, 30 seconds, Tire Fill rate: -30 PSI (31 x ten.5 inch) - 2 minutes, 15 seconds.
- Three-piece inflation suggestions kit included
- Solid brass twist-on tire chuck
- Super vibrant LED operate light included
- Straightforward to read tire pressure gauge mounted at best rear of unit
- Accessory power port plug uses power directly from cigarette or power port
I've had a VIAIR 70P for quite some time and that unit is great for the small pump that it is. When I needed another small portable compressor that was able to be powered by a cigarette lighter power socket, I noticed that VIAIR had a new model and got one. This one is almost twice as fast as the 70P and every bit as quiet. The unit doesn't walk around when you're using it and the brass screw-on tire chuck makes for almost no air loss. The LED power indicator is a nice touch and I found the air pressure gauge to be spot-on as long as I turn the compressor off to check pressure. In all, another nice unit. -I just wish this was available when I got my 70P. Side note: don't throw away the box - its a means of storage since this unit doesn't come with a carry bag.
Item arrived quickly. The compressor is very compact and feels well built and heavy.
I verified before purchase that it draws 14.5 amps, 12v. My power sources on a 05 landcruiser are 15 amp 12v. I tested it this weekend. Started the vehicle, used the rear cargo Aux socket to fill the two rear tires, it has plenty of power and inflated quickly. I moved it to the front cabin Aux socket on dash, and it blew the 15 amp fuse. Then I used the 15 amp cig lighter socket, and it blew that too.
Its not much use if it blows the fuse when you need it most.
I'm going to look into a direct battery power adapter plug.