Model # HY120

Internet #202871788

Store SKU #365164

Husky 120-Volt Inflator
0027488603592

Husky

120-Volt Inflator

  • Equipped with glow-in-the-dark pressure gauge for easy viewing
  • Mattress nozzle, sports needle and presta valve adapter included
  • Equipped with quiet, powerful direct-drive motor
$29.98 /each

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The Husky 120-Volt Inflator inflates vehicle tires, bicycle tires, air mattresses and sports equipment. Its direct-drive motor is powerful, quiet and fast. The inflator features an analog pressure gauge that glows in the dark for easy viewing with a maximum pressure detection of 130 PSI. It plugs into a standard household electrical outlet and is equipped with a large power button for no-fuss operation.

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How do I get a replacement Replacement Hose?

How can I go about getting a replacement hose for this inflator. Mine is about 18 months old and it leaks.
Asked by: rw67
Husky HY120 (part/model # 365 164) 120V Inflator. After about a year of use, I noticed a small hole in the air hose approx. 1 inch behind the metal fitting coming out of the inflator. Since a replacement air hose is not available on this model, I decided to try and fix it my self after reading a few comments from other poster here. This is an easy fix. The fitting (coming out of the side of the compressor) is a 10mm. Locate the leak and cut the hose at that point. In my case, I only had to cut off about an inch. Carefully unscrew the fitting off side of inflator. There is a thin, black metal crimp that has to be removed. I cut mine off with wire cutters. Be careful removing this thin metal. It is sharp. After removing the black metal crimp, remove any remaining rubber hose and check that the threads are not damaged on the fitting. Now, simply screw the fitting back into the inflator using thread seal tape and snug down. Don't over-tighten. Slide the air hose back on to the fitting and add a small hose clamp ...be careful not to over-tighten the hose clamp, either. Your done! Easy-peezy-japaneezy!
Answered by: Alex
Date published: 2017-02-13

can this be charged indoors and then unplug it and use it outside to inflate my car tires?

Asked by: wahoo
No needs to be plugged in to use. Use an orange outdoor extension cord. I did.
Answered by: Quick
Date published: 2017-01-18

Is air hose included

Asked by: Mike
yes, the air hose is attached and is about 2ft long. In the picture you see it coming out of the inflator on the right side and wrapping around the base. I'll admit they did not show that very well. The end of it has a nozzle that clamps onto the valve on car or bike tires (Schraeder valve style).
Answered by: diegohall
Date published: 2017-01-10

Inflating RV tires

I have tried several pumps that die when trying to put 100 psi in an RV tire even though recommended for 150 psi. Will this do the job?
Asked by: Steve
It can even inflate a Car or Truck tire given enough time but it gets very hot and it is slow.
Answered by: apachetears
Date published: 2017-02-13
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Customer Reviews

120-Volt Inflator is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 399.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quiet and efficient inflator. Inflator is quiet and works well! Power cord and air hose are long enough and size and weight of the compressor make it very easy to use around the work shop or garage. Perfect.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Compact Inflator As a plug-in, it's not helpful for parking lot inflation, etc. However, this compact unit works so much better than similar ones that connect to a 12v cigarette lighter. The only issue that I have found is on jobs that require extended usage over 10 minutes, it runs extremely hot. Overall, it is recommended and I have enjoyed this product.
Date published: 2016-12-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice, however . . . This inflator worked very quickly to fill my motorcycle tires. The reason it only gets a three star rating is that I already have to replace parts. It seems that the clear plastic over the gauge is damaged and will not come clean. It appears that I'll have to purchase either another gauge ($$) or do with out a cover over it. Outside of that, I really like it! If Husky has a website then I'll try and get it fixed under warranty. Of course, the receipt is long gone. Unfortunately, this is the second Husky product I've recently purchased that has proven to have quality problems.
Date published: 2016-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Small size, big performance I was skeptical at first but this was able to inflate my low profile, wide tires on my BMW without having to jack it up! Great job
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hose broke the inflator did what I wanted until the hose broke. like most others have said... no replacement!
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Performs as intended I've had this 120 volt inflator for about a year now and primarily use it to air up the 17 in. mud tires on a 4x4 pickup, which is asking quite a lot from it considering it's intended use is bike tires, basketballs and such. I would not really call it "Quiet" nor "Fast" but it get's them up to 65lbs in about 10 min's time. I HIGHLY recommend putting some ice-cubes in a ziplock sandwich bag and placing it on top of the piston cylinder as it get's VERY! Hot when doing this kind of work. Works just like it's supposed to. :-)
Date published: 2016-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hose breaks at joint My hose broke after a few months. I believe it was because of the way the hose is bent for storage. It broke right at the inlet which has a lot of pressure applied to it in order to bend the hose into storage tracks (it wraps around the compressor). You can see this bend in the product photo. I can't find replacement part for this either. Waste of money. Buy something with a replaceable hose or you may end up with a nice little compressor that can't do anything for you!
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The first one purchased had the hose break where it joins the pump body - there's a sharp bend at... The first one purchased had the hose break where it joins the pump body - there's a sharp bend at that point (hidden in the photo). The replacement has functioned satisfactorily. The pump works well with small tires such as on lawn tractors, trailers and is a very convenient size. I haven't tried it on larger tires but think there might be a problem with operating time for large items.
Date published: 2016-11-03
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