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BELL BELLAire 500 12-Volt Inflator
0076027305008

BELL

BELLAire 500 12-Volt Inflator

$1299 /each

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This 12-Volt tire inflator is BELL Auto's most compact model which features both a work light and dial gauge. Both powerful and portable, the BELLAire 500 can be stored virtually anywhere - including your glove box.

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Power?

Could I plug this into the wall for power? I'm disabled, and this would be for my mobility scooter, and I would be inflating my tires @ my apartment. I don't have a car, so I don't have a cigarette (cough) lighter to plug into. I also can't afford one of those big, expensive ones like professional garages use (disabled = tiny fixed income), so directing to one of those won't help me. As it is, it will take me a month or two to save up for one of these inexpensive models. Thank You!
Asked by: mobilityscootergal
It's a 12v plugs in to a cigarette lighter in-car
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-05-06

Plug Into the Wall?

Could I plug this into the wall for power? I'm disabled, and this would be for my mobility scooter, and I would be inflating my tires @ my apartment. I don't have a car, so I don't have a cigarette (cough) lighter to plug into. I also can't afford one of those big, expensive ones like professional garages use (disabled = tiny fixed income), so directing to one of those won't help me. As it is, it will take me a month or two to save up for one of these inexpensive models. Thank You!
Asked by: mobilityscootergal
Thank you for your inquiry. This product is not a HUBBELL product but a Bell Automotive product.
Answered by: Hubbell Product Expert
Date published: 2016-06-03

Does it inflate snow blower machine tires? Or car tires or both?

Does it inflate snow blower machine tires? Or car tires or both?
Asked by: gaytis
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