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HI all,

I got my hands on a Audew Portable Air Compressor Pump and finally got a chance to use it yesterday and here is a review on my experience with the product.

The short and sweet:
The pump will suit my needs very well and did a great job pumping tires up, I aired down to 30PSI and aired them all back up to 34PSI in a matter of 5 minutes (for all 4). The digital screen allows you to quickly look at the tire pressure real time, no need to remove the nozzle and check with gauge. NOTE: I did check with a gauge just to see if the digital built in gauge was accurate and it was, at least as accurate as my gauge.

Little more in depth:
It is powered by a very long 12V cig lighter cable, I plugged it into the center console 12V and was able to reach all tires with easy, after I was finished was able to very easily coil up the cable and store it in the unit.

It will come in great use at the track to keep a constant air pressure and then before I drive home be able to air all tires back up to "highway driving pressure" or "34PSI". I have an event this weekend and will be testing more there.

I keep it in the trunk and the compact unit can be stored nearly anywhere. It will surely be a handy unit for other road side events but I always hope those uses never come up because of the headache involved, HAHA.

Thanks for reading

Thoughts or questions comment and I can surely answer as accurately as I can.

Here is a link to the unit:

Few pictures of the unit!

Box and carry case

Warranty card
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Manual - unit is super straight forward but for those that want light reading ;)

cable built into unit
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Fittings of all kinds
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Under pressure
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