- Product Dimensions: 14 x 8.5 x 10.8 inches ; 9.9 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- ASIN: B000YMP1SA
- Item model number: 70004
By : Slime
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Price : $56.54
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This 48 piece kit consists of: a heavy duty tire inflator, a 24 oz. bottle of Slime Tire Sealant, a reamer and plugger set , 30 tire plugs, a tire gauge, an alligator clip power adapter, a Slime decal set and a 10 piece tire tackle kit. The Power Spair flat tire repair kit consists of each and every tool necessary to repair a multitude of flat tires. Be ready for your subsequent flat tire with Power Spair. It operates continuously, is non-flammable,non-corrosive, non-toxic, and cleans up with water.
- The kit's heavy duty 12 volt tire inflator has a 16ft. coiled air hose, three minute inflation time and adapters for inflatables
- An alligator clip power adapter is also included, permitting for a direct to battery connection
- Slime tire sealant seeks out and instantaneously seals puncture up to 1/four" applying patented Fibro-Seal Technologies
- The kit contents are conveniently packaged in a durable case for very easy storage on any vehicle
The 12v pump in the kit pumps very fast and is probably the best 12v inflator that I have come across. Comes with everything you need to plug a tire, and a large container of wonderful slime. Also has a long hose with quick connects and the case is really nice. The only thing that is bad about this kit is the air gauge. It is really cheaply made. It has a very cool LED thing at the bottom that lights it up but the plastic holding it on is very small and it was broken off on arival. There are also tools to take out the air valves etc..
Overall a great kit, and all you need to carry in your car for emergency tire needs.
I've not yet popped a tire, but I feel well prepared to do so.
This kit comes wit, instructions, often illustrated, on how to use most of the items here.
There are spare valve caps and those little doohickeys that go in the valve stem (I've always been afraid to lose valve caps).
That big jug of green stuff seems to be enough for only one car tire but did not seem to be intended for cars. I had to use most of it for my bicycle anyway.
The air compressor (probably 80-90% of the total cost) works great. The ten minute window they recommend you use it in is probably more than enough to fill one tire, but not quite enough to take all four of my tires from 12 to 32 psi. The air compressor's cigarette lighter charger kept popping out of my cigarette lighter but worked fine. I did not try to hook it directly to my battery, but it comes with an attachment to do so.