Amazon Canada Amazon.ca Deal of the Day: Campbell Hausfeld Home Inflation System $35.00 (regularly $69.99) Campbell Hausfeld Home Inflation System $35!

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You won't ever need a bicycle pump again with today's Amazon.ca deal of the day, because you can get a Campbell Hausfeld Home Inflation System for $35.00 (regularly $69.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $34.99!

Perfect for inflating tires, sports equipment or bouncy castles, today's deal of the day price is a historical low and the first time that this product has been priced below $50.00. Product features include:

  • Operates on 120-volt household current with 150 max PSI
  • Built-in pressure gauge for easy and accurate monitoring of air pressure levels
  • Use for inflating car and bike tires, soccer balls, beach balls and other sporting equipment
  • Includes inflator needle and Schrader-to-Presta adapter

Don't hesitate, as this offer is available today only, January 9. Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.

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    • Thanks OP. Have been looking for a reasonable price replacement for my old 120v CanTire compressor.
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    • Ordered; thanks.

      Was actually about to post a link myself.

      Hard to find a 120v tire inflator; seems they all run on cigarette lighters.
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    • So, this thing does not have a cigarette lighter plug for the car? You have to plug it into your home outlet?

      Not ideal for my needs. Nice find though OP
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    • If your car has an AC outlet, would it be able to power it? I know there are some limits on the amperage.
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    • Thanks OP
      This will do until It gets warm enough for me to take my Chamberlain GPS1000C off the ceiling to fix the compressor.
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    • Nice find +1op. Use a 12V to 120V inverter with this and works great.
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    • Looks a good gadget. However, if you uses it on the road or outdoor, I think it is better to have something cordless with using lithium battery. Something like this (https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B075TX6VQ7/ref ... il_5?psc=1) . When buying tool, I think it is better to look for the usage and convenient before looking at the price.
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    • Wire is short. You need to lug around extension cable.
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    • Frugal_in_Halifax wrote:
      Jan 9th, 2018 7:24 am
      If your car has an AC outlet, would it be able to power it? I know there are some limits on the amperage.
      Amazon.com shows it as a 15amp requirement. Most vehicles have a 15 amp fuse with their on-board inverters. My main question is what is the wattage of the machine. My stock/factory inverter is 150w, which seems like it would be low for this unit. I couldn't find the wattage online, so not sure if it'll work.
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    • Good deal, OP. I have a compressor that is able to run either 12V or 120V, but the 120V plug connection is starting to go. I'll pick this up.
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    • I've had one of these for years, bought at Canadian tire back in the day for a similar price. Good to use at home for regular maintenance. Power cord is short, I use it with an extension. Sometimes getting a secure fit on valves is a little tricky. Never use onboard gauge, I check using a dedicated tool for pressure. Overall a recommend. Says lead possible in the manuals though so use gloves??
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    • $20.20, Don't forget your favourite cashback site.

      https://www.amazon.ca/Performance-Tool- ... B004JCKIHU

      100 PSI high pressure air compressor. Large easy to read built-in dial pressure gauge. 3 super bright LEDs for night time emergencies. 15 inch high pressure hose with screw on chuck. 10 foot power cord with fused 12 Volts power cord plugs in to vehicle power outlet. Inflates standard car tire in under 4 minutes (based on 175/70 R13 tires to 30 PSI). Accessories include sport ball needle, raft and toy nozzles, and presto valve adapter.

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    • Wizard1 wrote:
      Jan 9th, 2018 10:38 am
      $20.20, Don't forget your favourite cashback site.

      https://www.amazon.ca/Performance-Tool- ... B004JCKIHU

      100 PSI high pressure air compressor. Large easy to read built-in dial pressure gauge. 3 super bright LEDs for night time emergencies. 15 inch high pressure hose with screw on chuck. 10 foot power cord with fused 12 Volts power cord plugs in to vehicle power outlet. Inflates standard car tire in under 4 minutes (based on 175/70 R13 tires to 30 PSI). Accessories include sport ball needle, raft and toy nozzles, and presto valve adapter.

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      Only 12V :(
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    • SomeGuyNamedBob wrote:
      Jan 9th, 2018 11:45 am
      Only 12V :(
      Plugs into your cigarette socket. Nothing wrong with that, it's just a slightly different product than the OP.


      On the other hand, what's with this:
      Inflates standard car tire in under 4 minutes (based on 175/70 R13 tires to 30 PSI)
      R13 tires are "standard"? How many cars in Canada have tires anywhere near that small of a size? Would be nice if they posted some real-world inflation times.
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    • is this really deal of the day?
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    • currently $37.99 @ amazon.com with 4/5 stars , 499 reviews. looks good.
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    • Is this a good choice for a home garage stationed system that will do standard passenger car tires 95% of the time? (soccer balls and air mattresses the other 5%). I want something that is durable and reliable. Most of the time I would be topping up car tire air pressure, not inflating from empty.
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