Slime COMP02 12-Volt Tire Inflator
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Slime is the name brand people know and trust for flat tire prevention and repair. Keep a Slime tire inflator in every vehicle and be prepared to inflate a low tire anytime. There's no need to pull over and find a service station, just reach for a Slime tire inflator, pump up the tire and go.
- Just check tire pressure monthly and air up low tires
- Inflates mid-size car tire in 8 minutes
- 12 volt, 100 psi and includes inflatable adapters
- Carries the Slime satisfaction guarantee
- Worldwide leader in tire care
on January 13, 2009
For an $18 air compressor, I'm surprised how well it actually works. It's a little on the slow side filling up an automobile tire, but I'm not complaining. I was also surprised how small it is. Which I find a good thing. It's looks much bigger in the picture. It also only weighs about 2 lbs. The built-in gauge is accurate within 2 PSI. Something that shocked me. I'm very happy with the Slime. It does exactly what I want it to do, and it's cheap.
Very pleased with product.
on October 10, 2007
I've used this product twice since I got it. My work takes me through construction areas often and picking up nails is an occupational hazard. It got me to the tire repair store, filled quickly, was easy to use. Highly recommended.
on April 18, 2012
For those who want to know, the electrical specifications for this
Worrks well considering price point
on February 28, 2011
I purchased this compressor, and an "on-rim" tire plug repair kit to use as an emergency repair system for a new vehicle which has run-flat tires and no spare.
Great buy for the price!
on March 19, 2010
By Amazon Customer
I use this for airing up bicycle tires. It is an excellent purchase for the price. i have had no problems with it for the year that I have owned it.
Great little product for the money
on January 6, 2009
By L. Rizzo
I purchased this compressor several months ago because it is difficult finding gas stations that provide "free" air to their customers. This little workhorse provides peace-of-mind by just having it in your vehicle. Never fear getting a flat tire and then finding out that your spare is out of air. It works so well, I bought another for my second vehicle and gave one to my brother in-law for Christmas. Slime has improved the air gauge on my latest purchases too, albeit none of the gauges are calibrated correctly. They're only off by 2-4 pounds though, so nothing major there. If this product has any negatives it is that you must hold on to it while using it because it vibrates so much. Run it on the pavement and it will walk all over the place.
Good for my motorcycle
on November 9, 2009
By A. DeGuzman
It vibrates pretty good, but this isn't a problem for me as my garage is carpeted; besides I hold it to keep my eye on the gauge. I always have trouble with gas station air because the spokes on my motorcycle and the rear drum brake get in the way of the hose. The nozzle on the Slime is at a right angle, so I can easily clamp it to the tire nipple. The gauge on my Slime is accurate. Takes my motorcycle tire from 24psi to 30 in about 20 seconds. Very convenient to plug into my car outlet. Used it twice; so far, so good.
I am a mechanic - Same one they sell at Walmart - Complete garbage - Fell apart after one use.
on December 26, 2011
Like the title says this is the same one they sell at Walmart. Which does not make it a bad product...........the product makes it a bad product. It did inflate the tire in decent time (for as small as the compressor is). But.......
Slime COMP02 12 Volt Tire Inflator
on March 10, 2011
I bought this item after reading review stating that it can be used to inflate bicycle tires. Beware that it does not come with a wall charger--the only way to power it is to plug it into the power outlet of a car. Moreover, the power outlet of a car has to be 15 amps or higher for it to work. Unfortunately, my car's power outlet does not allow devices that use more than 10 amps.
It Worked Twice, So That's Something
on January 23, 2012
This thing was cheap, and you can tell. The needle stays at 70 PSI now, and the valve stopped working. This thing couldn't inflate a bike tire now; it just makes a lot of noise.