I always check my SUV’s tires before going on a trip. And, at the recommendation from a manager at a tire store, I also inflate my SUV’s back tires to around 41 PSI. As a result, it is convenient to have an air compressor at home so I can check and inflate my tires myself. If you feel the same, then check out my Teromas Tire Inflator Air Compressor Review below.
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In the past, I would leave the house earlier so I could stop by a tire store. They offer free tire inflation. But, there would usually be a line. I would usually end up waiting 20-30 minutes or longer in line to get my tires filled. So, I looked into buying a portable air compressor.
I searched online for portable air compressors and found one that was around $30. It had good reviews, so I purchased it. What I noticed was that the air compressor would take quite a while to inflate one tire, at least 10-15 minutes per a tire. The problem with this is that most air compressors can only run continuously for 5-10 minutes, then you have to turn off (give the compressor a break) or they burn out.
I didn’t realize this on my first two compressors. Because they were very slow inflating tires and I didn’t give the compressors breaks, they literally burned out and stopped working. I burned out two different brands of $30 air compressors.
When I searched for my third air compressor, I decided to look for one that had both DC (cigarette lighter) and AC (110 volt) cords. Most compressors only come with a DC cord. A compressor with both cords would allow me to fill up the tires at home by just plugging into a 110 volt receptacle (typical household wall outlet). I could avoid opening the garage, starting the SUV and plugging the cord into the SUV’s cigarette receptacle.
Eventually, I found the TEROMAS Tire Inflator Air Compressor. It’s slightly more expensive than the other two compressors I purchased previously, but when I inflated the tires, it usually completed inflation from 35 psi to 41 psi in around 3 minutes. It has AC and DC cords, auto shut off function, a night light, attachments for pumping up other items and a carrying case. The other compressors didn’t come with a carrying case.
So, I’ve been using the TEROMAS Tire Inflator Air Compressor to inflate my SUV’s and travel trailer’s tires before going on my camping trips since 2019 and I haven’t had any issues. On average, I go camping once a month. It inflates my tires very fast. I purchased one to keep in my SUV, one for my wife’s car and one for my trailer. I would recommend TEROMAS Tire Inflator Air Compressor to anyone because it is fast, reliable and hasn’t burned out on me.
I hope you learned something new from my Teromas Tire Inflator Air Compressor Review. Happy camping!
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