What is it?
Autumn is upon us, which means falling leaves and trips to the store for apple cider. But what if those fallen leaves hide an obstacle like a pothole or a nail? You might end up with a flat tire — and that’s almost as bad as flat cider, amirite? The good news is that the Zgzuxo Tire Inflator can save the day, and it’s on sale for an incredible $30. Our own Rick Broida recently reviewed this gadget and said it “might be [his] favorite car accessory of 2023.”
Why is this a good deal?
If you don’t like to change tires (or can’t due to health reasons), a tow truck can be quite the expensive call. At just $30, this tire inflator can save you a lot of money and can help you at least limp to an auto shop to have the leak fixed.
Why do I need this?
This tire inflator can put out as much as 150 PSI, which is more than enough to inflate even the most stubborn tire. Whether you use it for a car, an SUV, or a bicycle, it has you covered. The battery lasts long enough for multiple tires, but if it runs down you can power it off the 12V port in your vehicle.
The built-in LCD screen displays the current pressure in the tire, as well as the target goal you’ve set. You can monitor the process to ensure it’s working as intended, but you don’t have to babysit it; an automatic stop feature will turn off the pump once it reaches your desired pressure.
You also get three different light modes for the LED. One is a steady, bright light for working at night, while another flashes SOS for emergency situations. The third is a strobe light for increased visibility (which could quite literally be a lifesaver when you’re stuck on the shoulder of a pitch-dark byway).
What reviewers say
“I am in love,” said one smitten shopper. “That’s right. I am in love with a tire pump! I can easily pump my front tires at 32psi and my back tires at 34 PSI. I used to inflate all four tires on the same PSI because it’s easier. I did not like that I had to drag the cord and wind them up. This pump is so much smaller and fun to use. It even have a USB ‘out’ port so I can use it to charge a my phone too.”
“Air pump is super easy to use. I use it primarily on my wheelchair tires, which need an inflation ‘top off’ a couple of times a week. Just hook up hose, set pressure at 120 PSI and hit the button. In less than a minute the tire is topped off; I do the other tire, and I’m good to roll on! Should be just as easy on car and truck tires also. A very good unit!” said one user.
“It does take a few minutes to inflate the tires but for all the other great things about it, I don’t even consider that an issue,” reported this reviewer. The attachment to inflate things like kids’ swim tubes or arm floats is actually small enough to fit in those little valves. For the price, you are not going to find a better product!”
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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