I bought this pump (foolishly) after their other models turned out to be of very limited quality.
This pump looks great, but I recently found out that it is NFG. Mine has been carried many miles, and the first time I tried to use it, to pump up bicycle tires, it would not produce more than 40 PSI. Then, trying to inflate a flat front motorcycle tire, it proved worthless. I ran the pump for over five minutes, and could not get more than 35 PSI into the tire. The pump just is inadequate, and I have learned a very expensive lesson regarding products from this company.
I complained to Aerostich, and got no satisfaction. OK, fair enough. I like Aerostich, and no company is perfect, so I am sticking with them. I have bought a lot of products from them, and these pumps are the first time I have ever had something turn out to be unsatisfactory.
(Posted on 10/16/13)
Wow! Here is a lifesaver. The compactness is great for carrying on a trip. The versatile power adaptors and the inflation adaptors are great. Best feature is the built-in pressure gauge. And the little thing is powerful. Only disappointment was the fussiness of storing the power cable into the back of the case. Could they not design in a reel to make it easier? Overall it is a tremendous value for the price. (Posted on 9/29/12)
Bought this along with their tire plugger kit for a recent road trip. Works great at home in the garage and out on the road to top off tire pressures. My only gripe is that the air hose needs to be probably twice as long as it is. Definitely a case of almost being too compact. My problem is that with dual disc brakes up front and the short hose, it's hard to screw the hose onto the stem -- and be sure that I'm not cross-threading it. Having some extra hose length might make that an easier process. Just have to be careful. It would take a long time to fill a flat tire, but it would be better than nothing and it is quite compact and light weight. So, seems like a pretty good product at a reasonable price. And the gauge seems fairly accurate also. (Posted on 9/2/11)