Campbell Hausfeld 12V 2-in-1 Inflator with Flashlight

42 reviews - By: Campbell Hausfeld

Campbell Hausfeld 12V 2-in-1 Inflator with Flashlight
MSRP : $22.17

Sale : $15.52
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The Campbell Hausfeld 12V Inflator with Flashlight is ideal for use while you are on the road. Two inflation nozzles and a needle are included so you have what you need to get started with use. This Campbell Hausfeld inflator also has a built-in pressure gauge and a light for those roadside emergencies. Keep it in the car so you are prepared for potential emergencies.
Campbell Hausfeld 12V 2-in-1 Inflator with Flashlight


Inflator with flash light

This is such a handy gadget inflator and flash light all in one and light weight just plug into your lighter and it gets the job done , not fast but done. we will use this a lot as we really didn't need a big compressor but this will fit the job just right . the flash light will be a blessing this is perfect for all home inflation needs tires and air mattresses rafts and sports balls . has on board storage that helps to keep all accessory's in one place. easy to use . has a 1 year limited warranty on product. included with the system 2 inflation nozzles m inflation needles, and raft hose . fits nice under your front seat or in a small space in your trunk for easy access . I believe this will come in handy for your everyday use , made for Campbell hausfeld.this has a pretty good air volume to it also comes with a 10 amp fuse all you need to get the job done. im a grandmother and I used it and I would recommend for emergency tire inflation or everyday use


Campbell Hausfeld-Inflator with Flashlight

My husband bought an infaltor different from this one a little bit smaller and without a flashlight and it turn out good but this Campbell Hausfeld 12V 2-in-1 Inflator with Flashlight is way better then the older one. First the flashlight makes the job easier at night and at camping it is just perfect! My husband loves it, it doesn't make the job that fast but neither does the older one so we already know that, so that is not an inconvenience but if you are not a patience person do not purshase it but I will recommend you give it a try, you won't be disappointed. It is compact so you can store it anywhere in the car or in your house and you can use it to inflate tires, air mattresses, sport balls, air pools and more, even balloons if you, like me, needed many balloons for a birthday party and didn't have time. Overall is a great product, easy to use and does a great job!



For the price, this inflator can't be beat. I've used it to inflate myroad bike tire, presta valve, with the adaptor it came with. I've put air in my car and motorcycle tires. I've yet to use it to inflate an air bed or other inflatables but it's set up perfectly to do so and has all the necessary attachments. The flashlight is a bonus especially if you're inflating items and it's dark out. It's slow but is ideal for the amount you pay for it. I can't speak for it's durability or how long it will last. For the price, that's negligible to me.


Cheap with flaws, but very useful.

I have had my inflator for over a year. It's been very helpful both with my bicycle and my automobile. It works but it has flaws, but it's cheap so here are the issues I've had: The part that connects to your tire's inflation access point is difficult to pull off so I always go over about 3-5 psi to make up for the air that's lost when pulling it off your tires. The channel that holds the main hose for inflation does not always stay secure. The back piece that holds in other needles and the power cord comes off completely on occasion. That said, my suggestion if you buy this is to keep the box, and tear off the top for easy access and store the inflator in the box. I made a drawstring bag for it so I wouldn't lose anything important should the weak points of this product give way and stuff falls out.


I've had for about 8-10 yrs

mine is so old it's hard to say what the new ones are like but it looks exactly the same, it is the same name and design. Mine has been good for many many years with occasional use each year. I used it on two smaller cars and a large custom van. it worked fine up until about a year ago when all the sudden it would no longer pump pressure above about 25-30 psi. I don't recall what I spent but I believe it was about $20 to $30. Considering the price and how long it lasted I would say I got more than my money's worth.