Makita DMP180Z 18V Li-ion LXT Inflator - Batteries and Charger Not Included, Blue/Silver, M

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Makita DMP180Z 18V Li-ion LXT Inflator - Batteries and Charger Not Included, Blue/Silver, M

Makita DMP180Z 18V Li-ion LXT Inflator - Batteries and Charger Not Included, Blue/Silver, M

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The Makita DMP180 18v LXT cordless inflator has a built-in motor that delivers up to 120psi, easily inflating car tyres, sporting equipment and used for many more applications. That does run off a car power socket as well as a battery though, has a slightly longer hose, and inflates to 165psi. The air compressor is supplied with an adapter for car valves, an adapter for bicycle valves, a needle adapter and an adapter for inflatables.

They say it doesn't drain the battery much, it does what you'd expect, and the batteries from Makita are always great. When choosing a specialist tool, be sure to check the product specifications so you can be certain your purchase will perform as you need it to.The DMP181 features a rubberised grip with a comfortable trigger switch, a thermostat to prevent overheating, plus a handy holder that houses popular adaptors. The Makita DMP180Z runs off the same batteries as the company's LXT line of cordless power tools, which Makita says covers more than 270 appliances – everything from the obvious drills, saws and sanders to heated jackets, Bluetooth speakers and even a wheelbarrow. I measured it at 34 seconds to inflate a 25mm tyre to 105psi; an SKS Rennkompressor is quicker at just 20 seconds, but is less convenient. Makita has a device in its range that offers a particular advantage: the DMP 180 is small, handy and is battery-powered. The auto-stop function at the pre-set target pressure is not only a safety feature but it also helps increase your productivity throughout your day as there is no need to worry or keep checking the gauge when inflating.

It's possibly a bit unreasonable to criticise a general-purpose device like this for its shortfalls as a cycling tool, but the adapters to inflate Presta valves, balls and other inflatables feel like afterthoughts.LONGER LIFE: up to 3 times higher than nickel–cadmium batteries, reducing the need to recharge during long periods of use. There are attachments for car tires, bicycle tires with flash valves or French valves as well as air mattresses and balls. The thermostat is activated to protect the inflator when the pump temperature increases to protect from over-heating. The best way to describe battery amp hour is that this is effectively the size of your fuel tank, the more amp hours your battery has then the longer the battery will last between charges. The auto-stop function at the pre-set target pressure is not only a safety feature but it also helps increase your productivity on the job as there is no need to worry or keep checking the gauge when inflating.

The valve fitting is a bit tight, I'm going to change it to a better quality one, also a button air release as there's no way to drop pressure with this tool.Read the User Manual and be fair to this little fella by stopping after inflating for ten minutes and giving it a rest to cool the compressor. Nothing contained on this Makita® site should be construed as granting, by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license or right to use any trademark displayed on this site without the written permission of Makita or such third party that owns the trademark. Woods, or English, valves are on every kind of "regular" bike over here in Japan hence the little clip. kg, the ergonomic handle and a safety mechanism to prevent accidental activation are further pluses.

The inbuilt pressure gauge readings are the same as their dedicated, and there are no problems with high pressures. They say it's much faster than any other pump they've had, and it'll inflate a motorcycle tyre to preset pressure in seconds. When inflating larger tyres it would be nice to be able to set it going and walk away while it gets on with it. Once that pressure is reached, the compressor stops, so you can't absent-mindedly over-inflate a tyre. Some manufacturers will offer a direct repair or replacement service (as applicable) which will often resolve your problem more quickly.

Only Downside is you have to keep your finger on the trigger until it turns itself off at the required pressure, but a small Downside to an otherwise brilliant pump. It has been designed to have high stability on the ground, coming in handy when working hard as it is another thing you do not need to worry about. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Credit subject to status, UK residents only, Industrial Tool Supplies (London) Limited acts as a broker and offers finance from PayPal credit.



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