Aerostich Mini Compressor

SKU: 3500

Availability: In stock

$50.00

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This is the smallest, lightest compressor we carry and one of the most efficient you’ll find for its size. This stripped-down mini fits in the palm of your hand and will inflate any motorcycle tire in a couple minutes. When a larger compressor is too much bulk to carry along, and CO2 cartridges aren’t nearly enough for your trip, this dedicated pump will deliver continuous pressure without fail. What it lacks in beauty, it makes up for in performance – which is what you really need when you’re flat stranded in the middle of nowhere.

Has a nice long 26" inflator hose, 6' power cord, and packs small in included storage sack. Comes with three adaptors: SAE, cigarette lighter and alligator clips. Lock-down delivery valve fits all bikes. Also comes with carabiner clip, so you can attach the compressor to whatever you want out of the way and off the ground, instead of having it lay in the mud or dirt. Simple, compact, and dependable peace of mind. Pump is 3.5"×3.5"×.9". Packs to 7"×5"×3", 1.3 lb.

Editorial Review, CW Evaluation: Aerostich Mini Compressor, Cycle World
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Editorial Review, Tire Pump Comparison, Road RUNNER

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If You Have a BMW...Review by BPS
Several years ago I bought a Cycle Pump. It worked great when first used, then never worked again. Sent it back to the supplier to get it fixed and have it upgraded to the most recent model. Was charged 80 bucks and told there was nothing wrong with it. That may have been true if the function of the upgrade was to suck air OUT of the tire, which it did, very well.

Just replaced it with the Aerostich pump and have used it once. Worked flawlessly and conveniently when connected to the aftermarket fused accessory outlet, but blew the breaker twice when attempting to power it through the original equipment outlet that is connected to BMW's mysterious CANBUS. (Posted on 5/25/12)
Aerostich Mini CompressorReview by Steve
The unit seems robust and I expect to get good use out of it. I've tested it on my bike tyres and I was happy with performance. I was pleased to see a selection of powercords to cater for various types of connections to be included. The power switch does look a little flimsy, a point that is discussed in some online reviews, however, so far it works fine. The online purchase and delivery was very easy and quick, many Australian companies still struggle with online business. My friends have generally been impressed with the product too. Being half the price of cyclepump and smaller it does seem like a better buy. (Posted on 5/21/12)
Never workedReview by Froghog
Granted I had the little pump for about a year and a half before I needed it and then when I went to use it , it pumped a few times and then seized-up. Never to pump again! (Posted on 4/1/12)
mini compressorReview by harvey
This is a great little pump, it works and packs well. A must have for the traveler. (Posted on 3/28/12)
Aerostich Mini CompressorReview by Sertaç Tülek
small, handy, practical, compressor. very successful. (Posted on 2/11/12)
Great toolReview by davidr
This is my second purchase of this item. The first one was for my bike, this one is for my car. It works as well as the much bigger one that I've been carrying for years and takes up much less room in the trunk. Highly recommended. (Posted on 12/19/11)
Not a bad little compressorReview by woody
I purchased this before going a long two day ride a couple of summers ago. I have used it on my motorcycle tires and car tires. The only problem I have found with it is the switch is really poor. I have had to take it apart several times to get it working again - I should just replace the switch and be done withi it :) But other than that it work well for inflating tires.... (Posted on 11/24/11)
mini compressorReview by Guy
Designed for function. Built for reliability and performance. Excellent tool. I wouldn't ride without it. (Posted on 11/18/11)
So far , so good....Review by Moto-Psycho
Tried it out on a lawn & garden tractor tire that has a slow leak. Worked fine and pumped it back up quickly. Still working on a better way to wrap it all back up neatly and compactly but that is a small quibble. I like it. (Posted on 9/19/11)
Awesome little pump!Review by Dan
I recently purchased this pump for practical use since I don't want to go to a gas station all the time just to pump my tires. WOW! This thing is awesome. As soon as I bought it and checked my PSI I realized my bike's tires' pressure were really low. Immediately pumped them up and it was a breeze! With the cables it comes with to hook up to your battery, hooking it up took minutes and after installation takes seconds to plug it in.

I'm not how much pressure it can go up to, but my bike's tires only go up to 42psi and it had no problem pumping them up to 36-38psi. Great little device to have, sad that since I have an undertail exhaust, my trunk is not very spacious and won't fit. However, if you have a side mount exhaust, it will definitely fit in the trunk space! (Posted on 9/16/11)

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Mini Compressor

This Mini Compressor surprised us. I was afraid that after a few years of bouncing around inside a saddle bag or pack this might not work when needed. I was wrong. (After once experiencing a flat in a fairly remote place I found both long-carried innertube-filling pumps -- an old Enginair hose kit and a 'backup' bicycle tire pump -- had failed. Those simple tools had both been damaged by me not packing them away carefully enough.) In contrast the little Mini Compressor has been working for our customers when its been most needed. Who knew that it would turn out to be so reliable?

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