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Craftsman  120V Portable Inflator

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Dimensions and Weight:
Item Weight (lbs.): 7.88
Product Overview:
Color/Finish: Silver/black
General Warranty: 1 year
Maximum Operating Pressure (psi.): 150
Portability: Portable
Included with Item:
Hose Adapter: No
Needle Adapter: Yes
Cord:
Cord Length (ft.): 6
Motor-Engine:
Amps: 1.1
Motor Voltage: 120
Tank:
Tank Style: Tankless

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Lightweight Portable Inflator is Handy for Tires, Balls and Pool Inflatables

This Craftsman Inflator with Long Hose is handy for all those pool rafts and soccer balls that lose air over the winter in the garage. It is ideal for accurate heavy-duty inflating of car, SUV, truck, motorcycle, bike tires, sports balls, beach balls, air mattresses, rafts and more.
Seven inflation accessories are included with this Lightweight Portable Inflator. It conveniently plugs into standard household outlets with a power cord and features a built-in pressure gauge that is easy to read. Weighing only seven pounds, it is compact, easy to store and convenient to transport with a rubber insulated carry handle.

  • Inflator with Long Hose features a direct drive for high air volume delivery
  • Plugs into standard household 120-volt AC outlet w/ 6-foot AC power cord
  • 15-foot coil high-pressure air hose
  • Easy-to-read built-in pressure gauge
  • Includes 7 inflation accessories
  • Off/auto on rocker switch
  • Rubber insulated carry handle
  • Rubber insulated Quick-Connect Coupling
  • Rubber insulated screw-on-valve
  • Compact, weighs only 7 lbs.
  • .60 SCFM at 30 PSI
  • ETL-listed

This product is:
  • Available for Gift Wrap

Added on October 21, 2010

 

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27 Reviews Write a review
17 Reviewers (63.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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beeker868
Mar 2 , 2013
Parts needed to make it into an air chuck
I took this compressor and made the end of it fit an air chuck with these parts. The first part is a replacement valve stem for an air tank that is from Campbell Hausfeld--part number MP3229-Tank Valve it is an 1/8" male NPT thread for $1.66. It works great. After you find that part, all you need to find is a 1/8" female thread/1/4" male thread bushing(for as little as $1.49) that will take you up to most standard size air chucks(approx. $5.00) or quick connects(which would cost more). Cost around $8.00.
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Legalpucker
Jan 13 , 2014
Horribly Designed
One star only because zero stars is not an option. If you want to fill tires, since this says you can use it for that purpose, BUY SOMETHING ELSE! This is possibly one of the most horribly designed product I have ever purchased. I returned it proudly. Why the heck would they design this in a way where the hose has to be screwed onto the valve? This has a presta valve adapter so I thought it would work great for our road bikes. At first, I tried to fill the tire without screwing the adapter on. I could get the PSI to 90 and not the 120 I needed. I then screwed on the adapter. The pump pushed to 120 easily. As I unscrewed the adapter, I knew I was screwed as the air hissed out faster than I put it in. I lost 40 PSI. I tried inflating while keeping the pump going. I only lost 30 PSI then. So the best I could get that tire to was 90 out of 120 PSI. So I have three questions for Sears and Craftsman. 1 - WHY DID YOU NOT PUT A TIRE CHUCK ON THE HOSE? The hoses can get swapped out. I would pay a little more to have either the chuck or another hose with a chuck. 2 - WHY DID YOU NOT MAKE THE HOSE COUPLER COMPATIBLE WITH OTHER AFTER MARKET COMPRESSOR ACCESSORIES? Like I said, I would pay for another hose. I have a compressor with a tank and thought I could swap the hoses - NOPE! The coupler would not fit. Is this some proprietary design so the consumer has to buy non-existent accessories from Sears? 3 - WHY PUT THE CRAFTSMAN NAME ON THIS ****? I was raised believing that Craftsman made quality tools. While the quality of this inflator, I'm sure, is fine, the functionality is sub par to trying to blow a tire up with your mouth. The name you should place in this should be CRAPSMAN!
 

Andrescoutt

Meridian, ID

Apr 27 , 2014
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Overall
Robust, handy, powerful

This inflator works greatly, it inflates car tires much faster than the 12V inflators and it is not as noisy. Also, it feels very robust, it is well built and easy to use. Highly recommended.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Jukar

Webster, NY

Jan 16 , 2014
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Easy to use

My husband and I already have this. We purchased another one for our daughter.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Legalpucker

Saint Petersburg, FL

Jan 13 , 2014
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Horribly Designed

One star only because zero stars is not an option. If you want to fill tires, since this says you can use it for that purpose, BUY SOMETHING ELSE! This is possibly one of the most horribly designed product I have ever purchased. I returned it proudly. Why the heck would they design this in a way where the hose has to be screwed onto the valve? This has a presta valve adapter so I thought it would work great for our road bikes. At first, I tried to fill the tire without screwing the adapter on. I could get the PSI to 90 and not the 120 I needed. I then screwed on the adapter. The pump pushed to 120 easily. As I unscrewed the adapter, I knew I was screwed as the air hissed out faster than I put it in. I lost 40 PSI. I tried inflating while keeping the pump going. I only lost 30 PSI then. So the best I could get that tire to was 90 out of 120 PSI. So I have three questions for Sears and Craftsman. 1 - WHY DID YOU NOT PUT A TIRE CHUCK ON THE HOSE? The hoses can get swapped out. I would pay a little more to have either the chuck or another hose with a chuck. 2 - WHY DID YOU NOT MAKE THE HOSE COUPLER COMPATIBLE WITH OTHER AFTER MARKET COMPRESSOR ACCESSORIES? Like I said, I would pay for another hose. I have a compressor with a tank and thought I could swap the hoses - NOPE! The coupler would not fit. Is this some proprietary design so the consumer has to buy non-existent accessories from Sears? 3 - WHY PUT THE CRAFTSMAN NAME ON THIS ****? I was raised believing that Craftsman made quality tools. While the quality of this inflator, I'm sure, is fine, the functionality is sub par to trying to blow a tire up with your mouth. The name you should place in this should be CRAPSMAN!


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Dec 26 , 2013
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Overall
Great to have

This is something that I never thought of purchasing until just recently. Now that I have it, I am so glad I do. Instead of going out in all kinds of weather, I can fill my tires with air in my garage.very convenient.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Oct 11 , 2013
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Not bad

Purchased for lawn tractor tires. Works OK; not super powerful, and difficult to get on and off valves, but does the job. Would be nicer if it had a pressure reading on valve stem.


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cactus499

La Verne, CA

Aug 16 , 2013
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works fine smaller than expected,

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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sksweeps

Riverside, CA

Jul 27 , 2013
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perfect for what I needed!

I got this to inflate my bike tires - it's awesome! Small, lightweight, convenient and it works wonderfully!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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lau2x

Queens Village, NY

Jul 19 , 2013
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poor quality

the worst inflator i ever have....... no power, cant even inflate a small pool........


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Andabanana

Suttons Bay, MI

May 19 , 2013
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Best inflator I've owned

I bought this because the one I had died. I use it for inflating bicycle tires, inflatable pools, basketballs, volleyballs and soccer balls. This inflator is so much quieter than any other one I've had. I read the comments about the inflator 'valve' but it doesn't leak out so much air that it would matter much. I filled my bicycle tires this spring and it did let out a little air when I pulled it off the bicycle valve stem but not enough to register a lowering of pressure. I like it.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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beeker868

Inwood, IA

Mar 2 , 2013
via sears.com
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Parts needed to make it into an air chuck

I took this compressor and made the end of it fit an air chuck with these parts. The first part is a replacement valve stem for an air tank that is from Campbell Hausfeld--part number MP3229-Tank Valve it is an 1/8" male NPT thread for $1.66. It works great. After you find that part, all you need to find is a 1/8" female thread/1/4" male thread bushing(for as little as $1.49) that will take you up to most standard size air chucks(approx. $5.00) or quick connects(which would cost more). Cost around $8.00.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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