Stacy Tilton Reviews: Stay Inflated with a Digital Air Compressor

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Stay Inflated with a Digital Air Compressor


If you've ever had a flat tire in the middle of no where you know what panic feels like. I remember my first flat tire and exactly where it happened - down an old country road. And it was before cell phones! That meant I was stranded without a way to call for help. Thankfully my dad raised me to always be prepared so I always carried an air compressor in my trunk. By having it with me I was able to air up my tire enough to make it back to civilization - okay to town a few miles down the road and to a repair shop to properly fix my tire. After that incident I made sure I always had that air compressor with me. And have since given them as gifts to friends and family when they get their first car. Yes we have cell phones now to call for help, but if you don't have AAA or some other coverage it can be quite costly to call for help for something so simple. And with so many older cars on the road this will definitely be handy.


If you're in the market for an air compressor I would highly recommend this one from P.I. Stores. It's really nice because it has everything you need right inside the included storage case. If you ask me there's nothing worse than going to use something only to find you're missing the most important piece to make it work. With this set you don't have to worry because it all fits compactly inside it's own case. The included parts will actually fit either in or on the actual air compressor itself even.


Another great thing about this air compressor is that it has a super bright white LED at the end that works great at night as well as a red light with SOS pulse for roadside emergency use. It features a pressure gauge to check tire pressure as well as a digital display that's easy to read as you wait for your tire to be filled to the proper air pressure (set by you). I like that it shuts off automatically so I don't even have to sit, wait, and watch for it to be done. With the additional adapters it comes with you can even use it on bicycles, sports equipment and even inflatables for the pool! It can honestly be a lifesaver in more ways than one.

Thinking back what was the last thing you aired up? For me it was rubber bouncy ball.

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40 comments:

  1. Birthday balloons! I used a mini hand pump from the Dollar Store.

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  2. The tire on our Jeep Renegade. We finally took it to be fixed and they found a nail.

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  3. my tires - they always go low as we turn from warm to colder weather

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  4. The tire on the lawnmower!!

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  5. My truck tires were the last things I had to air up.

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  6. Tires on my car were the last thing I put air in.

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  7. I had to air up my exercise ball.

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  8. I had to add air to a bicycle tire.

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  9. Air for our bike tires.

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  10. I check and air up my tires every few months. I used an old fashioned air compressor, which is big and bulky and I have to charge it up.

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  11. My husband filled up my tires.

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  12. Birthday balloons and bike tires, plus automobile tires as well.

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  13. the last was a bike tire

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  14. I had to air up my lawn mower tire.

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  15. My car tire - it was a little low

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  16. air up my tires last week

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  17. Cindy MerrillMarch 24, 2019

    We have an air mattress that has to be air pumped every night.

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  18. The last thing was my son's basketball.

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  19. My car's tires last night.

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  20. Nothing really but would come in handy

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  21. Last thing I had to air up was an air mattress. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  22. all my car tires were low

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  23. A basketball...literally today lol!

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  24. The tire on my vehicle, and it needs another 'boost'

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  25. I had to use one on my bicycle tire

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  26. The tires on my Rav 4, the low tire sensor alerted to low tire.

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  27. My sons bounce house for his party

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  28. My sons bounce house for his birthday

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  29. A car tire. Made 3 stops at gas stations along the way to get the tire repaired.

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  30. I had to air-up the tire on the wheel barrow last weekend.

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  31. Tire on a bicycle I think but it's hard to remember. This would be handy to have.

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