Cordless Air Compressor Makita Battery 18V,Mellif Electric

Cordless Air Compressor Makita Battery 18V

Cordless Air Compressor Makita Battery 18V,Mellif Electric Tyre Inflator,Handheld Mini Air Pump Tire Inflator Cars Motorcycles Bikes Sport Balls, 0-160PSI,Digital Pressure Gauge,LED lamp, Blue, Black

Cordless Air CompressorElectric Tyre Inflator

Weight: 711 g
Dimensions: 25.1 x 20.3 x 8.2 cm; 711 Grams
Part: MF pump 03
Colour: Blue, Black
Pack Quantity: 1
Batteries Required: Yes
Batteries Included: No
Manufacture: MF
Dimensions: 25.1 x 20.3 x 8.2 cm; 711 Grams
Quantity: 1
Reference: MF pump 03

8 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to use, idiot proof really and only takes a few minutes to inflate tyres on my 4×4… worth every penny.
    Rushing about, had put the inflator on my Nissan Navarra and went back into the house.
    It had finished, so no noise, and I forgot it was still attached.
    It went 40 yards down the road spinning and I also drove over it before I realised and stopped.
    Check the video.. it is battered but still working … what more can I say other than what a cracking piece of kit…

    5.0 out of 5 stars Cracking bit of kit.

  2. Whitney says:

     United Kingdom

    I had great difficulty sliding the battery in/out as the case moulding is very poor with rough edges and poor alignment.
    The hose is very stiff and inflexible
    The valve attachment appears very sloppy and feels that it will break very quickly
    Once working however it does the job surprisingly well.

  3. Reed4272wgqptz says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a brilliant yoke. I have used it so many times from tractors to ride on lawnmowers and cars to bikes! Never skips a beat. Can’t recommend it enough

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    If you’ve got DeWalt batteries then it’s a no brainer. Pumps up in good time, I usually leave it running while I go and take off the other dust caps and it cuts off at the right pressure. I was considering buying a portable compressor but this has done the job and I’ll buy a proper compressor for the garage when the time comes. Remember to disconnect the battery after use, I then clip it back on and have not noticed it draining the battery between uses.

  5. Abby27Lmznqzjy says:

     United Kingdom

    I have gone for this item as all my battery tools are Makita LXT so I had all the batteries already. It is easy to use and I am very happy with it.

  6. BettieWillett says:

     United Kingdom

    I have some Makita tools so I already have a couple of batteries (NOTE THIS DOES NOT COME WITH ANY BATTERIES)
    I bought this as my old air pump blew up, I read some reviews, and this seemed like a good replacement, I have used it so far to top up the tyres on my van the household car the Motorbike and some inflatable toy props and it worked well I can defo recommend this item

  7. IvanCoffin says:

     United Kingdom

    Fits my Makita batteries perfectly.
    Set the pressure once, then it memorises it.
    Quick release valve.
    Once connected, press the power button once, then let go.
    It will automatically shut off when the pressure is correct.
    Full marks for this portable solution.

    5.0 out of 5 stars Just what I have been looking for.

  8. cookeryxj says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this after looking for ages for a compressor that use the mikita 18v drill batteries. All the other ones stated they shut off automatically but you had to keep the trigger pressed until it reached the desired pressure. I found a couple of velcro strips and thought I could use house to keep the trigger pressed. This one doesn’t work like that. you press the button to start the compressor, and it switches off when it reaches the pressure. If you need to stop it before then just press the trigger again and to switches off. only problem is there is an led light that comes on when you press the trigger and there doesn’t seam to be any way of switching it off other than removing the battery. I’ll find the instructions on the net, there must be a way, although removing the battery is no hardship. Great device, just heat I needed.