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I have not but it comes with attachments. If it can inflate a low tire there will be no problems!
raymond mcguinniety
· 25 March 2020
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Yes it easily inflates a saloon size tyre
Graham Benson
· 08 August 2021
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Hi Catherine,sorry to hear you are having trouble. Mine locked on no bother,but I did have a problem with it.I contacted company through Amazon by email and they were amazing.I had a replacement sent out straight away. Just a note,your email will be looked at during the night and reply was usually about 1am. Don't hesi… see more Hi Catherine,sorry to hear you are having trouble. Mine locked on no bother,but I did have a problem with it.I contacted company through Amazon by email and they were amazing.I had a replacement sent out straight away. Just a note,your email will be looked at during the night and reply was usually about 1am. Don't hesitate,it is a good company and item. see less Hi Catherine,sorry to hear you are having trouble. Mine locked on no bother,but I did have a problem with it.I contacted company through Amazon by email and they were amazing.I had a replacement sent out straight away. Just a note,your email will be looked at during the night and reply was usually about 1am. Don't hesitate,it is a good company and item.
HELEN
· 02 April 2021
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Yes, 1 year. Amazon Customer service have now refunded, thank you, but still nothing from the manufacturer.
Russell C. Martin
· 20 April 2022
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Bigger tyres? Buy a more powerful inflator, simple.
Ron Lamberth
· 03 January 2021
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Normally around 32-34 psi
prepps
· 14 August 2021
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Although it says not for bicycles in the manual the listing says its for bicycles and I've used it to inflate the bicycles tyres without any issues, if something goes wrong I guess you could sue the company for false advertising but it has worked for me great so far
Brett
· 25 April 2022
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Why would you? Just deflate normally, then reconnect air pump ,if pre set to your normal tyre pressure,turn power on device we adjust to your correct tyre pressure
Richard hawkes
· 11 September 2021
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You have to input the figure you want to pump the tyre upto. You do this with button underneath the display When the pressure reaches the one designated, it stops automatically. By looks of it, your tyre is the same pressure as what you can see on the screen so it stopped.
thurwood
· 22 November 2021
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If you set the pressure you want and connect to a power source ie cigarette lighter connection it will only inflate to your settings. Not sure if it will simply tell you the pressure as it needs power, it is a great unit and easy to use. hope this helps
Allan
· 23 August 2020