LASIEYO Portable Cordless Tyre Inflator

This simple and easy to use rechargeable tyre inflator is tough, well made and built to last and will happily sit in your car’s boot until needed. It comes with a range of adaptors so it will work with your car, motorbike, cycle or whatever else you have that needs inflating. It even has a built-in flashlight to help you connect it up on dark nights.

In the box is the tyre inflator itself, which is compact sized at ‎19.4 x 11.1 x 5.7 cm with a weight of 690g, along with a USB charging cable, set of nozzle adapters, a soft carry bag and a well written and easy to read user guide. Build quality all seems well made and robust with the device itself looking virtually bulletproof to me.

The pump is made from heavy duty matt black plastic with a large backlit LCD screen on the front along with a rather hard to see black on black control panel. White lettering would make life much easier when using the pump, especially at night. The short rubber tubing and valve assembly wind around the exterior of the pump sitting flush inside a groove. On the front side of the pump are the USB-C charging port and the flashlight lens. It is a pity the USB-C port is not grommet protected to keep water and dust out.

The control panel has on the left a large button for power/pump on one side and another to turn the flashlight on/off on the other with pressure up and down buttons and unit/mode buttons in between. The LCD display shows the selected mode (Car, motorbike, cycle, sports ball), selected unit mode (PSI, BAR, KPA, Kg/cm ²), selected tyre pressure and battery status.

It is easy enough to use, use the appropriate adapter to connect to the selected object, tyre, beach ball etc. Just switch it on and select the object type you wish to inflate and press the plus or minus button until you get the pressure you need and then just hit the power switch to start inflation. The pump will stop when the selected pressure is reached. A normal car tyre can be inflated from flat in around 6 minutes. A fully charged battery should allow the pump to fully inflate 3 tyres from flat or six from soft.

This is not the cheapest tyre pump I have seen but at £39.99 I think it is worth paying a bit more for the build quality and ease of use.

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