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You are covered by the credit consumer act 2015 even if the product doesn’t come with a warranty, you are entitled to repair or replacement by the retailer if not fit for purpose, of satisfactory quality or lasts a reasonable amount of time. You are covered by the law.
Liane’s pad
· 11 January 2021
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It is a great inflator, I've pumped up a completely flat tyre with it. It takes a while, but worth it. 5*****
Polly
· 10 January 2020
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Haven’t checked against certified accurate gauge, but it appears to correspond to within 1 or 2 psi with both my local garages free air machines.
Ray J.
· 12 September 2019
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Reasonably accurate
Philip doe
· 29 July 2016
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No
Fay dunn
· 26 December 2020
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Not sue; as only used at 2.1 bar and 2.4 bar. At those pressures, it works well and cuts out.
Fly
· 06 November 2021
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Consumer legislation is not straight forward. Look it up on the internet under consumer rights. There can be a duty on retailers for several years after the guarantee has expired but how it's put right depends on what it is and what it cost etc... ultimately your recourse would be the small claims court.
M. Parfitt
· 17 May 2020
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No. There is an attachment which fits the cigarette lighter in your car and you simply attach the charger, turn on the engine, set the required pressure on the machine and attach to your tyres. The inflator switches off when you reach the required pressure, although once or twice we've had to switch off manually.
Ann Parker
· 29 August 2020
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You can buy a Power Pack, which has a battery, pair of Junp leads, light and tyre inflator included in the unit. They are heavier and will not jump start a diesel, without help. However they are good for pumping up tyres.
Peter Mostyn Eccleston
· 12 June 2019
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Problems with this latest item. Mine was returned as the thread was not long enough as well. Just return and get your money back, Very disappointed with this product,
Jonjswain
· 26 June 2020