Model # HD12120

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Store SKU #1000014078

Husky 12-Volt/120-Volt Home and Auto Inflator
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Husky

12-Volt/120-Volt Home and Auto Inflator

  • Operates using power source in vehicle or home
  • Automatically shuts off when desired pressure is obtained
  • Compact design allows for easy portability
$49.98 /each

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The Husky 12-Volt/120-Volt Home And Auto Inflator inflates vehicle tires, bicycle tires, air mattresses and sports equipment quickly using 12-Volt power source in vehicle or 120-Volt power source at home. The preset digital pressure gauge shuts off automatically when desired pressure is attained. It is lightweight, portable and easy to store.

  • Digital controls shut off at desired pressure
  • Large LCD display on digital gauge for easier psi reading
  • Inflates vehicle tires bicycle tires and sports equipment up to 120 PSI
  • Accessories include 1 mattress nozzle, 2 sports needles and 1 presta valve adaptor
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Customer Questions & Answers

will this compressor fill the air in suv tires?

I have a Nissan xterra suv and I wanted to know if this was good for filling my tires up with air.
Asked by: johnny
It certainly worked on my Honda Pilot. I needed to top off a low tire. You just dial in the recommended psi for your tire, press the On button and it inflates the tire and turns itself off when it reaches that tire pressure.
Answered by: Sam
Date published: 2017-01-05

Does the car have to be running?

Does the car have to be running to use the inflator when plugged into the car power or can the car starter switch just be in the acc position?
Asked by: Len
The compressor gives you the option to plug into home 120v outlet via extension cord (OR) the option to plug into 12v from your car ...to answer your question..it actually depends on what vehicle you own and which 12v plug in the vehicle you use....but i would recommend to have car running since this specific compressor is slow to pump up tires and not good idea to drain battery for extended period of time, especially if you are already on the side of the road.
Answered by: Deflated
Date published: 2016-12-05

How long is the 12v cord and how long is the 120v cord?

Asked by: kdss
I haven't used the 12v cord but suspect it is long enough to reach all four tires. The 120v cord is short (maybe 1ft) so you'll need an extension cord.
Answered by: dcrio
Date published: 2017-02-25

Can it be used for inflating and deflating, idealy for large pool floats

Having a tool that can fill out big floats would be grreat, but if it can deflate that would be even better
Asked by: Mike
i would think it could. It inflates a car tire with no problem.
Answered by: Jimmy
Date published: 2016-10-03
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Customer Reviews

12-Volt/120-Volt Home and Auto Inflator is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 220.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bought this unit online back in May 14. The unit failed Nov 16, just right after the 2 year warra... Bought this unit online back in May 14. The unit failed Nov 16, just right after the 2 year warranty expired. While the unit still turns on perfectly, air leaks from the seams of the fabric where it connects with the metallic piece (see picture). It's quite possible that the metal piece somehow punctured the fabric and the inner tube with use, allowing air to leak from the hose. The unit got me in a dangerous situation that left me wondering why the inflator was not working to inflate my car (pressure was staying steady and slowly decreasing rather than going up). By the time I figured out that air was leaking from the hose, half of my tire was already deflated, and TPMS activated. Luckily I was in the same parking lot as a Sears and was able to get a different inflator there. Since the hose is not a replaceable item and there is no way to repair it besides warrantying it for a new unit, the unit I have essentially is a brick. If you want something that you can rely on that will last, go buy something of quality and from someone who will stand behind their products!
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Loved the digital setting with auto shut off....but that is where love ended. from 1-15 PSI it ta... Loved the digital setting with auto shut off....but that is where love ended. from 1-15 PSI it takes 1 full minute to inflate per PSI from 15-25 PSI it takes 1minute & 20 seconds per PSI from 35+ it takes a solid 2 minutes per PSI
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I drive a lot. I made the mistake of buying cheap tires and now have to inflate them at least on... I drive a lot. I made the mistake of buying cheap tires and now have to inflate them at least once a week. My old, cheaper inflator died and I went to Home Depot looking for a new one. This particular model has all the features that I was looking for. It can be powered by a 110 outlet or the 12 V power outlet in my truck. It has accessories for all types of inflation. The best part? You set the gauge to the pressure that you want, turn it on, and it shuts off when it gets to the right PSI. I would recommend this model for sure.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Failed the third time I used it - appx 30 minutes total use. Failed the third time I used it - appx 30 minutes total use.
Date published: 2016-11-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It broke the first time I used it. It kept stopping while trying to pump up my trailer tires and ... It broke the first time I used it. It kept stopping while trying to pump up my trailer tires and finally went 'pop' and quit working all together. I would give it zero stars if I could.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Failed after 1 year I used it to inflate tires on my truck, trailer and bicycle. Recently, I used it on my trailer tires. After 2 of the 4, it quit working on 120V-AC or 12V-DC.
Date published: 2016-10-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Plastic piece of junk. Do not waste your money. Quit working after two short uses.Returning it ASAP. Plastic piece of junk. Do not waste your money. Quit working after two short uses.Returning it ASAP.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good. When you connect it to the tire valve it shows the current tire pressure. Then ... So far so good. When you connect it to the tire valve it shows the current tire pressure. Then you set it to the desired pressure, hit start, and it fills to the set pressure and stops. I've only used the 120v. Haven't tried the 12v. Some reviews mention reliability issues. No problems so far. checked and filled 20 tires so far.
Date published: 2016-10-25
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