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Bruce in Philly

Help - Recommendation for air compressor

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I need a recommendation for a home air compressor for filling my bicycle and car tires.... not much more than that.

- Size? I don't want the motor running if I have to fill two 75 Lb bicycle tires
- Hoses? Do I want a small unit that I can move around or a bigger one with long hoses? I friend had a small unit I didn't like as the hoses were hard plastic and not very flexible.
- Accessories? Basic stuff I will need or want? Fill presta and schrader nipples.
- Other uses for these compressors?

I have a battery powered unit now and find it a bit of a pain... it is noisy (I really don't like this noise) and way too slow.

Thanx
Bruce in Philly

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How big a compressor is based upon what you are going to use it for.  For your purposes, one of the 110V "pancake" compressors should do fine:

 

71vky2fNcbL._SX522_.jpg  This unit is $60 on Amazon.

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