BellAire 4000 Tire Inflator Review: What do you think?
Lets jump into it. The bellaire 4000 Tire Inflator review is based on a few statistic we have come across during our search and find stage. We use the same criteria when reviewing the Viair 88p and Slime 12 Volt. We hope this serves you well.
BellAire 4000 Tire Inflator Review
- Extension - 5/105/10
- Portability - 7/107/10
- Power - 8/108/10
- Construction/Style - 10/1010/10
- Duty Cycle - 8/108/10
What to consider when purchasing a tool like this?
Weight: 3.36 lbs
Extension: 10 ft
Noise Level: Medium
Power source: Cigarette Lighter
Tire Filling: 5 minutes
Pounds Per Inch: 150 PSI
PROS & CONS: BellAire 4000 Tire Inflator Review
The #1 differentiator is the built in warning system that alerts you when another car is in close proximity to your vehicle. This feature comes in handy when stranded on the side of the road trying to fill the air in your car. You may have your back to the road, in a high-speed area and get distracted by the issue at hand. A LED light flashes to give you a heads up of surroundings, this is especially helpful if you need to refill on a dark road.
Great for storage. It was designed so that all needles and cords can easily fit to a built in compartment.
It also features a programmable pressure gauge and auto shut off- still there has been come complaints about its accuracy. We suggest using a tire gauge along with the Bellaire (actually its best to have one no matter which tire inflator you choose).
The Bellaire 4000 is slightly heavier then other portable tire inflators. Its weighs in at 3.36 lbs, not an extreme flaw but should be taken into consideration when thinking about storage space and carrying with other tools.
The cons are very related to the pros with this inflator. Although they do have LED lights for seeing at not (different from the warning lights) they don’t seem to be bright enough, but will shine light on the exact area you need to focus on- the tire air hole.
If you know you are going to driving down some deserted dark roads (no gas stations or street lights around), we suggest having a flashlight as well.
The main con is its accuracy.
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The LED lights (3), the warning system, and the auto stop. The issues is that these features aren’t very accurate- if the Bellaire team put some more work into it, it could be a phenomenal tool.
Still we made the Bellaire 4000 tire inflator review because it is a great tool for those who aren’t going on long road trips in rural areas. This can do the job but is not for someone needs illumination or is critical about accurate tire readings.
You just want to fill your tire while on the road? this is for you.