Model#: BDKNASI300
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Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator

  • Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator
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The ASI300 Air Station Inflator is designed to be used in and around the home or shop using its 120V cord or in most vehicles with a standard 12V socket using its 12 volt adaptor cord. The ASI300 features a built-in pressure gauge that will automatically shut off when a predetermined air pressure is reached.
Features:
  • Inflates lawnmower, bike, and vehicle tires, sports balls, and other items quickly and easily
  • Space-saving, portable design
  • EZ air dial for instant shut-off when correct air pressure has been reached
  • integrated gauge keeps tabs on air pressure, so you don't have to remove the hose to take readings
  • This portable air station inflator is easy to store in your car, boat, or garage--which means it will always be on hand when and where you need it
  • Can be powered by any electrical outlet or your vehicle's lighter socket, so you can set it up where you need it
  • At just 6 lbs., it's light enough to carry from home to car to boat
Includes:
  • Air Station Inflator - ASI300
  • Standard Nozzle
  • Needle Inflator
  • Extension Nozzle
  • 12V Cord and Plug
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Specifications

Weight: 6 lbs.
AC Voltage: 120V
Operating Pressure (PSI): 160
Power Source: DC Outlet

Applications

  • All household and home shop inflation needs
  • Car, bike, and lawnmower tires
  • Air mattresses
  • Rafts and inflatable pool toys
  • Recommendations

    Reviews

    3.6 / 5.0
    31 Reviews
    5 Stars
    4 Stars
    3 Stars
    2 Stars
    1 Star
    12
    8
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    1
    6
    Recommendations
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend (13)
    No, I would not recommend this to a friend (3)
    Pros
    Lightweight (8)
    Powerful (5)
    Easy To Use (1)
    Value (1)
    Best Uses
    Frequent Use (1)
    Small Projects (1)
    Home Repair (1)
    Highly recommend
    I bought this several years ago and had forgotten about it. When inflating my car tires became such a hassle at a busy service station, I decided to try this inflator. I was not disappointed. Worked very easily and will now continue to use.
    March 25, 2018
    Originally posted at
    Works great for several years now
    I have owned the AS1300 Air Station Inflator for about 6 years. I use it for my auto and van tires as well as my adult Trike. It has always been reliable and fairly quick on the AC setting. For the first time today, the fuse blew out. I researched online and found an excellent site for a step-by-step on how to place and external fuse and holder and even upgrade the fuse a bit. I have not tried the DC cord. The only annoying thing has been the window on the dial. Over time, it has gotten difficult to see through. Less annoying is the short electric cord, so I use a heavy duty extension cord to solve the problem.
    December 7, 2017
    Originally posted at
    Recommendations
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
    Pros
    Easy To Use
    Powerful
    Value
    Lightweight
    Best Uses
    Frequent Use
    Small Projects
    Home Repair
    Lesser quality than the previous midel
    Had a 15 year old compressor that finally gave in. Bought this new one and was a little disappointed as it seemed of lesser quality than the old one. Works well, but wish the old one lasted longer....
    February 1, 2017
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Describe Yourself:
    Avid Do-it-Yourselfer
    First time user.
    I needed a new compressor and went to my local hardware store. It was the only one they had left. I wasn't sure how it would be and it was a little more than I wanted to spend. After I got it home it was easy to hook up and setting the dial to the psi needed, the machine turned itself off when the pressure was reached. I am not sorry I bought this compressor.
    October 4, 2016
    Originally posted at
    ?Convenient, Easy-to-Use and, an overall lifesaver on occasion.
    Great "set-&-forget" dial for inflation is a phenomenal convenience. Who wants to stick around and, listen to the piston hammer away in the garage? I use this for sports balls, bicycle tires and automotive tires. On long distance road trips, I always pack this inflator with a 12v inverter and extension cord (just in case, the tires are low on the road :-)
    January 15, 2015
    Originally posted at
    Recommendations
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
    Pros
    Powerful
    Great little machine
    Very handy and gets the job done.
    June 17, 2014
    Repair it yourself
    We have used our AirStation for many years. Recently, it blew a fuse. After researching, on-line, I found a repair that can be easily performed by using parts from Radio Shack. All of you should try it before you throw our your unit! Check out http://www.instructables.com/id/Black-Decker-ASI300-Replaceable-Fuse-Upgrade/
    June 13, 2014
    Originally posted at
    Recommendations
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
    Pros
    Lightweight
    nice product
    was a gift for our son
    June 12, 2014
    Not very good
    Please see Amazon review of this product
    June 6, 2014
    Originally posted at
    Recommendations
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
    preset psi a great help
    I worked for AAA. Most (all) compact spare tires are to be inflated to 60 psi. When I would help motorists on the roadside I found none had 60 psi. I could set the compressor to 60 psi attach the hose and it would be filled by the time I got the car jacked up and tire off. Even though the truck had a more powerful air compressor this compressor could fill to the proper psi on is own. Very handy.
    March 4, 2014

    Questions & Answers

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    Where is this Air Station Inflator made, i.e, USA, China, where?
    John on Feb 19, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: It is made in China.
    What is the size of the hose &* chuck?
    Andy on Jun 13, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: An inflator is not equipped with a chuck, it does however include Nozzles that are used for blowing up tires.
    Where is the Fuse on Air Station ASI300?haasjj4397
    Hans on Dec 31, 2014
    BEST ANSWER: Hi Hans,

    Your question would be better answered by Black & Decker directly. For assistance with this question, please call 1-800-544-6986.