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Save Big on Your Purchase! ALL-TOP Dual Cylinder Air Compressor with Digital Pressure Gauge Tire Inflator Kit, Get Extra 10% Off - Now Only 188.99$!

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May 16, 2024 01:37 pm
Save Big on Your Purchase! ALL-TOP Dual Cylinder Air Compressor with Digital Pressure Gauge Tire Inflator Kit, Get Extra 10% Off - Now Only 188.99$!
Brand Name: ALL-TOP
Category: Air Compressors & Inflators
Seller Name: ALL-TOP
Rating: 4.50
Total Rating Count: 177
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Title: Works great
Content: It's a little heavy, but it pumps up my tires faster than any portable pump that I ever used. Looks like it's built to last, so I'm pretty happy with it.
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Title: Very well built! Perfect addon to my off road gear.
Content: I have used this a few times now and have been extremely have been extremely pleased and impressed by its operation. Sure it doesn't have some of the features of the higher priced compressors but I knew that going into buying it. It hasn't heated up even when airing my 35s on my Jeep from 10psi to 36PSI on the trails. If you understand that going into this then you'll be happy with this compressor. One thing I wish it had was a longer power cord.
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Title: Nice Air Compressor, Except
Content: The unit works as advertised. But whomever put this package together forgot to add a way to stop and start air flow without having to disconnect the unit from the tire valve stem in order to take an air pressure reading. It would be nice if the cheap air pressure gauge was left off, and a quality air pressure gauge with trigger lever to stop and start air flow was added. Having to run back and forth isn't worth it, as the kit is now equipped. I purchased an adapter and good air pressure gauge with flow trigger to solve this deficiency.
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Title: Crazy fast
Content: Things I like: The pump itself is just Crazy fast when airing up from 18psi to 36 or 38 psi. Beats the crap out of my single cylinder $80 Harbor Freight air-pump. But then, this is a two cylinder so it's apples to oranges, so what's the point. It has a convenient built in air gage, so you can guess the pressure while you air up. Better pay attention though - this thing airs up fast, like one or two minutes fast. Things I don't like: The power cable is very short - the pump can sit on the ground on the battery side only, not like the harbor freight one which you could drag around and shut off as you air up. this one, you either yell at your partner to shut it off, or you run to back and forth to the on/off switch. Also, the built in air gage is not even close. When airing from 18psi back to the 38psi mark, when shutting off when the built in gage said 40psi, I found I was at closer to 60psi and had to let air out of the tires to be the correct pressure. I'm going to try to calibrate/adjust the gage myself, hope that works. Other than the poor QC of the air gage and the short reach of the battery connection cables, this is a great pump. There are other 2 cylinder pumps - guarantee built with the same pump at the same factory in China, that sell for more. I wonder if they have better QC and a longer cable? Update on 11/11/23. I still love this pump! Had to fill a flat small car tire that went flat over three days due to a screw in the trad. Aired up to pressure in about a minute.
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Title: Very good performance for what it is.
Content: Well, I just received this Alltop twin cylinder 12VDC compressor. The packaging was great. It was actually triple boxed. It's own box with pictures and descriptions. Then a "packing" box with styrofoam. Then Amazons box. So, I was fairly assured the unit would be in great shape when "un boxed". While the compressor does come with it's own air fittings, they are industry standard fittings. So, it's quite possible that your home air tools, i.e. blow guns, extension hoses etc. will work. It all depends on what kind you have. As for performance. Well, here's a down to earth test. WE run 315 70 17's on our 2015 Jeep JKUR. When it comes to trail tire pressure, I've been running 10 psi for decades and have never had any issues. So, for this test, I bled one of my 315's (basically the same exact tire as a 35" tire) down to 10 psi. I then connected the compressor to the Jeeps battery and the hose to the tire valve. I started both the compressor and my phone's stop watch at the same exact time. Not knowing what kind of exact pressure is in the tire at any given time, which has been stated by many on here, I gave this compressor ONE MINUTE of pumping before I hit the power button on it to stop it. With the Jeep engine running, that gave the compressor full voltage to use while pumping. At the end of one full minute of pumping, my 315 had been inflated from 10 psi to 25 psi. So far, so good. So, I bled that tire down again to 10 psi. I reset my phones stop watch and then, hit the power button on the compressor and the phone. This time I gave that compressor 1 minute and 15 seconds. At the end of that session, that 315 was sitting at 31 psi which, is my street pressure. Soooooo, with all that being said, at this time, I'm pretty darn happy with its performance. It is a tad LOUD but, what 12V compressor isn't!!! I had a Viair 400P before this and that compressor would take 2 minutes and 45 seconds to air my 315 from 10 psi to 30 psi. I'm not one for lolly gagging around at the end of a trail day. I just like to air up efficiently and then head on back to camp or home or ? THEN I can relax. So, this compressor is about as fast in airing up a 315 from the low pressure of 10 psi to my street pressure of 30-31 as you can get for a 12V compressor. And for the money, I think it's well worth it. The CFM on this compressor is over twice as much as a SB one and it's only $3.00 more so, WHY NOT! 11/21/23 edit: I've received some repetitive questions on this little compressor so, I thought I'd take a minute to answer to the general public just in case they're thinking of this unit. The question that's been asked more than a few times is: "Will this compressor shut off when it reaches it's max pressure"? NO, IT WILL NOT! To the best of my knowledge, none of these 12V compressors have a built in pressure switch. But, I've not bought them all so, I really don't know. I do know that the All Top didn't. So, here's the mods I did to this compressor to accomplish a few goals. 1. These compressors, like ALL 12V compressors, will get extremely hot when used to pump air back into todays large jeep/truck tires for street pressure. If you don't think they get hot, you're mistaken. ALL compressors build heat when compressing air, it's a given. That's why all your commercial compressors used *finned* supply lines from the compressor heads to the tanks. Soooo, I added THREE computer cooling fans. One for each cylinder/head and one for the center manifold. Those fans are hard wired into the power plug. They come on immediately when the power is plugged into the compressor. 2. Since these compressors have no regulation to automatically shut off at a given pressure, I added a pressure switch. It cuts in at 85 psi and cuts out at 100. I installed it right in the rectangular manifold. 3. I completely discarded the printed circuit board that comes with the unit and wired in my own 125 amp relay to handle the large current required for turn-on and turn-off. 4. I added a small toggle switch to control the power to the pressure switch. 5. I also discarded that junk power cord that was permanently attached to it. Some may like it but I was not a fan of that cord. 6. In place of that cord, I installed an Anderson SY-50 connector and bolted it right to the cage of it. To power the unit, I build my own 6' power cord from Stinger brand ultra-flexible 4 gauge wire/cable. This wire/cable is so flexible it's like a fully cooked spaghetti noodle! I installed Anderson SY-50 connectors at both ends. One is for the compressor and the other is for plugging in to a mounted SY-50 connector on the front of our Jeep. I don't even have to lift the hood to get this compressor going. 7. I was not a fan of that little short hose that was permanently attached to the manifold. So, I removed it and drilled and re-tapped it for a standard quick release fitting that many of us use at home etc. So now, instead of burning that new little compressor up each time I stop to check pressure, that unit stops dead on its own. I plug in that 6' power cord to it, the three 70mm x 15mm computer cooling fans automatically turn on, then I turn on the little toggle switch, the compressor runs for approximately 1/2 to 1 second and auto-shuts down. I then break out my Flexilla 25' flexible air hose and connect it to the compressor. Again, that compressor runs for approximately 1-3 seconds to fill that air hose and then shuts off. When I begin to fill a tire, I give it around one full minute to get about 90% of what's needed for street pressure then release the trigger on the air chuck. Within approximately 2 seconds, that compressor shuts off! I then give it about 15-20 more seconds to reach my particular desired street pressure of 30 psi and at that time, the compressor shuts off. All the while, those fans are running and blowing air directly onto those heated cylinders and heads and manifold. Waaaaaaay better than just letting ambient air try and cool it down. By the way, all those components/parts that I added, really didn't ad any bulk or any appreciable exterior measurements. It's almost as compact (if ya wanna call this one a compact compressor) as it was from the factory. Now, one more thing. OBVIOUSLY, since I did a zillion modifications to this unit, I threw the warranty right out the window! If this little compressor goes up in flames tomorrow after owning for a month and only using it for one or two times, then it's all on me. I eat it. But, to me, the modifications and the ultra beneficial results of auto-off-on, the fans, the elimination of that junk power cord and more, were/are worth it. I'd do it again in a heartbeat!
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Title: Should be in every vehicle
Content: Worked great, aired up my 35x12.5r17 quick fast, and in a hurry. Had an issue with the compressor on its second outing. Got in contact with All-TOP, and they had great customer service. They responded way faster than I expected, and by weeks end I had my replacement compressor. New compressor has had no issues and working great. I would not hesitate to buy another compressor, in the future, from them.
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  • FEATURES: Max Pressure 150 PSI, Air Flow 12.35ft³/min, Hollow Metal Shell, Aluminum Cylinder for Better Heat Dissipation, Digital Inflator control airflow in/on.
  • PROTECTION: Auto-thermal Cut-Off Switch and Pressure Safety Valve protect the motor from Damage. Equipped with a Sand-Proof Power Switch, and with four anti-vibrate rubber feet to keep the machine stable.
  • CONVENIENCE: Come with a digital inflator, hold the handle of the inflator start to inflate, loose it stop inflating, and save time to inflate 4 tires without turning on/off of the air compressor switch.
  • INCLUDES: Heavy Duty Double Cylinder Air Compressor + 6.5ft Heavy Power Cord + Digital Tire Inflator with Pressure Gauge + 26ft Rubber Air Hose + 3 Nozzle Adapters + Thumb Lock Adapter
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