In addition to their recent nailer and compressor releases, Campbell Hausfeld is now launching two new inflators. It is claimed that their new 12V and 120V inflators will greatly reduce the amount of time it takes to inflate a tire.
Many people neglect to properly inflate their tires because it’s a hassle. Some gas stations don’t have working air pumps, and even if one is available and is working properly, many drivers just don’t use them. As for inflating tires at home, some drivers have access to an air compressor, but many do not.
Campbell Hausfeld’s new Digiflate system eliminates the need to check tire pressure, inflate, and then re-check the pressure. Simply connect the hose, dial in the desired pressure, and press the inflate button.
The new 12V RP3300 (shown below) has a 10 ft power cord, 2 ft hose, and roadside emergency lights. The 120V RP4200 (shown above) on the other hand is intended for home use and requires the use of an extension card.
While these two inflators are primarily intended for use on tires, they can handle low-pressure items such as sports balls as well.
Both inflators have 3″ gauges that determine existing air pressure, monitor inflation progress, and automatically shut off the unit when the proper dialed-in pressure is reached.
The new inflators are priced at about $75 for the 12V model and $80 for the 120V one. If they’re as “setup and forget” as they seem, and of as high quality as they look, the prices seem reasonable.