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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 October 2020
Firstly - it looks like cheap rubbish. However, I gave it a go. I used it once, which was extremely difficult as the lead is not long enough to reach from the lighter socket in the car. I had to use another car parked alongside it. How stupid is that?

Trying to get a connection in the socket was painful. Kept turning off. It wasn't the socket, as I tried 2 in my car, and they are fine. I finally got it working, and it did 3 tyres before displaying an error code 'ERR'. Nothing will get rid of that code.

Even if it worked, the design is appalling. It's one of those screw-in nozzles instead of a lever. So when you put it on, it lets out air, and when you take it off, it lets out even more air. Not only that, it is painfully slow. To increase a tyre from 26PSi to 32PSi took over 3 minutes.

It really is a god-awful bit of kit - the sort that makes you angry about the waste. Even if it hadn't broken after one use, I'd be returning it as unfit for purpose.
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