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post #1 of 17 Old 07-31-2019, 12:03 PM Thread Starter
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Deal Alert - Dynaplug 12v mini compressor

I was in Cyclegear today to pick up a pack of Dynaplugs and the Dynaplug 12v micro air compressors on sale for $29.99. Regular price is $39.99+ depending on where you find them.

These are nice little compact pumps and the deal was too good to pass up so I picked one up.
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Looks like a good deal, doesn't show that price online. Maybe I'll take a ride to one by me and see if its an unadvertised sale, been wanting to check out their new store kinda near me. That would be way better than the co2 inflater I carry in my tool tube currently. Good for airing things back up after lowering pressure for unpaved surfaces.
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Both Cyclegear and Revzilla internet sites (the same entity) both have them listed as $39.99. But in store they had flyers and stockpiles throughout prices at $29.99.

Might be worth a call to verify before you light out.
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Both Cyclegear and Revzilla internet sites (the same entity) both have them listed as $39.99. But in store they had flyers and stockpiles throughout prices at $29.99.

Might be worth a call to verify before you light out.
Will do thanks, also did not know cycle gear was same as Revzilla. Thought the products and site of listings looked familiar.

Just called, they had two left, had them hold one for me.

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Picked that pump up. There are actually 5 left at the Bolingbrook IL store. Got out for a couple hours. Perfect weather for a ride.
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Does this plug into your power port and reach both rims to inflate the tire ? Does it have a built in pressure guage ?

Looks cool and small.

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There is a SAE (Battery Tender whip ) about 4' long that also plugs into the compressor. Then hose screws onto the compressor and onto the valve stem. Where the the red cap is you can put a pressure tire pressure gauge on there to check pressure wheel everything is connected. I like that every thing is a individual component allowing for it to be taken apart and packed up tight.
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Nice. I got one years ago for 12 bucks with a 12 dollar rebate. It had the gauge and such. I took it out of the plastic box and rolled it into a shop rag and it resides under the seat.
That one has a nice little pouch for protection. Too hip!
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Somehow out of topic but may be useful:

I "burnt" the 3A fuse while plugging my air compressor (an other model) on the built in power outlet (vstrom 650 2019).
Now I use it with crocodile clips (provided my compressor) on bike battery.
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Somehow out of topic but may be useful:

I "burnt" the 3A fuse while plugging my air compressor (an other model) on the built in power outlet (vstrom 650 2019).
Now I use it with crocodile clips (provided my compressor) on bike battery.

Yeah, these little electric motors will pop a 3A fuse instantly.

With a 10A fuse, I've found an air compressor will still pop the fuse once in a while, especially if you're turning the pump on while it's connected to pressure. It takes a good shot of current for a fraction of a second to start and get up to speed.

A 15A or 20A fuse will still protect against a short while allowing use of a pump.

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