Model # ASI300

Internet #100497865

BLACK+DECKER Air Station Portable Inflator
0028877578422

BLACK+DECKER

Air Station Portable Inflator

$45.97 /each

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The Black and Decker AirStation provides incredible versatility for a wide range of inflation applications. The lightweight inflator is ideal for car tires, bike tires, sports balls, rafts, matresses and more. The Airstation is perfect for home, car, boat or recreational use and is AC/DC compatible. This item will quickly become one of your favorite tools around the house.

  • Versatile design ideal for car tires, bike tires, sports balls, rafts, mattresses and more
  • AC/DC power capability and unit plugs into wall or car for ultimate convenience
  • Illuminated easy air dial automatically inflates items to desired level and shuts off
  • Lightweight and portable

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Long Island, New York, USA
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October 30, 2016
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lt has limited adapters under the body of the item.
Buy a set for $5 at the HD
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Brighton, Michigan
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October 30, 2016
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A bicycle tire has a standard fill valve...you do NOT need an adapter!
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October 11, 2016
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If your bike has shrader valves (the "regular" valves found on most US made bicycles bought from Wal-Mart, Target, etc.) then this pump will hook right onto it.
If your bike has presta valves (the skinnier valves normally found on higher end and racing bikes) then you will need to screw an adapter onto the bike's presta valve. Then you clamp the pump to the adapter just like you would the schrader Read More
If your bike has shrader valves (the "regular" valves found on most US made bicycles bought from Wal-Mart, Target, etc.) then this pump will hook right onto it.
If your bike has presta valves (the skinnier valves normally found on higher end and racing bikes) then you will need to screw an adapter onto the bike's presta valve. Then you clamp the pump to the adapter just like you would the schrader valve. This works well, as I just inflated a bike's tires to 100 psi using the Air Station and a presta-to-shrader adapter.
The adapter is NOT included with the pump, but can be bought at any bike shop for about $1 and can be stowed in either of the compartments on the air station. Read Less
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Millington, TN 38053, USA
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NO
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December 6, 2015
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I have owned this one for three years and have never needed an adapter for any of our bicycles, motorcycles, four wheelers, trucks, etc.. However it does come with adapters for basketballs/footballs and for inflatable rafts.
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is this machine battery operated?

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is this machine battery operated?
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12v or 110v
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October 30, 2016
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No, this is a 120V, "plug-in your wall outlet" device.
Maybe that's why it works so well!
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It has two cords. One plugs into a 110-volt outlet (like you have in your house) and a 12 volt lighter plug to power it from your car. It does NOT have an internal battery.
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October 30, 2016
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This product uses a car battery.
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Can this station inflate RV tires at 110 psi?

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YES!!!
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Yes, just set the shutoff to 110 psi and it will shut off.
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do not know, also I do not know of any item that requires 100 psi
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how can I air auto tires

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When the air station is plugged in, with the clamp thing flipped down, air does seem to go in.
However, having to wrestle it off leads to air leaking out again.

My car suddenly showed the low pressure icon, so (based on the warning in the owner's manual) I felt I had better not drive anyplace. (it was very cold outside, and I was away from home). Temp is now in upper 30's and it should be possible for it to be filled. (I think)
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use the Schrader adapter and set some time aside
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No special adapter is needed for a regular tire fill-up. Just use what is the standard hook-up/
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READ THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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Air Station Portable Inflator is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 96.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I owned one for many years and it worked well for high pressure bike tires, topping off car tires... I owned one for many years and it worked well for high pressure bike tires, topping off car tires and sports balls. Setable pressure gauge with automatic shut off is pretty accurate (use a very inexpensive presta adapter for bike tires). Does not inflate overly fast for a bike tire. Lots of 12v wire for plugging in car outlets. Caveat: MAJOR design flaw - fuse replacement. Should be simple but it's very complex (see others' comments). 120v died after a few years but 12v continued several more. Minor design flaw: location of off/on switch. Can't find a suitable replacement so will probably buy another despite MAJOR design flaw.
Date published: 2016-12-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Better than ann inflator that only operates on 12V My old 12v inflator takes a month to fill a kiddie pool or a float. My daughter got a pretty big kiddie pool (Like 4'x6') whose sides only are inflated and which has three separate air chambers. I set my old12v inflator on one and tackled another with my Zefal stand up bicycle pump. After an hour I worried about my car battery ( and my sore arms) and saw there was almost no progress. My daughter's neighbor came out and offered us his Air Station that was 20 years old and ran on house current. It made fairly quick work of that pool both times we filled it so far. I notice that it gets a little hot, so I'm not optimistic for the long run. Also, the AC plug AND the inflator hose are pretty short although the 12v hose is long. It can be inconvenient using AC.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AC cord is short, but even if it were the standard 6' you would almost certainly need an extensio... AC cord is short, but even if it were the standard 6' you would almost certainly need an extension cord to reach the car from the nearest AC outlet. Furthermore, I don't think a 6 foot cord would fit in the available storage space. This is in any case not a problem. The unit looks good, is small and light enough to fit in the trunk and carry about easily, and it works as advertised. It's probably the best buy for the money anywhere.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Had this for 10 years so far but recently the valve clamp would no longer hold onto the tire stem... Had this for 10 years so far but recently the valve clamp would no longer hold onto the tire stem forcing me to now hold it in place. Also, it started to overheat (just stopped running until it cooled back down) when trying to top up 4 auto tires about 10 pounds each in the Texas heat so I now use it for shorter periods as it has a relatively small compressor. Still works fine no damage. That said, I will now buy another because it has worked so well other than those issues. Love the auto shutoff, storage compartment, overall appearance and accessories.12V works great away from a power outlet using my car socket. The fill line should be about a foot longer for those times when the stem is at the top of the wheel which then puts strain on the 90 degree-angled clamp. Power selector switch should be locate on top and have to fumble for it, but I just live with it.
Date published: 2016-12-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Dissapointed This was purchased to replace a air station I have has for 30 Years. It arrived in a box that was beat up and was clearly a returned item. The AC power cord is too short. Poor design places the power switch in a difficult place to reach. I like the lighted pressure gauge and that it can be set to shut off at a preset value. Both the AC and DC power sources worked equaly well. I will keep it in the trunk.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from We owned an Air Station for 20+ years. I have a Husky portable inflator that I have used for thre... We owned an Air Station for 20+ years. I have a Husky portable inflator that I have used for three years because of the auto shutoff feature. The valve seal lever has fallen off and I have noticed that there was air leaking while inflating, slowing the inflation time. I thought the Air Station would be better than buying another Husky. My one word review is Meh. Not better than the Husky, just newer.
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does a good job. This product comes with a two year warranty, and I bought an extra two year warranty for only $7.00. This gives me four years of coverage which should be plenty. I use it to fill bicycle and car tires mostly, and I can take it out in the woods with me in case of a problem away from electricity. Just plug it into the lighter power source.
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This air station does as advertised but the design is poorly thought out. The on/off and voltage ... This air station does as advertised but the design is poorly thought out. The on/off and voltage select switch is in the worst possible location. A big plus is the auto shutoff feature when it reaches the pressure you set it at. I have had it for a few months and have used it on house voltage and car voltage, both work fine.
Date published: 2016-12-09
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