Do you think its ok to top up or even fill up an airbed?craeyon wrote: ↑ Do yourself a favour and buy this one. It is currently on sale. https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1001128921
Tire inflators are not to be messed around with. Cheap ones can be dangerous as they don't indicate the right PSI on their gauges.
Why do people cheap out on important hardware like this?
Here is a comparison:
EDIT: To the people saying you are comparing an expensive item to a $10 item. That's the point - good things cost money and the Milwaukee one is on sale so it is relevant to the spirit of saving money on RedFlagDeals.
(which btw I'm trying to repair... Has 6-8in ☓ 6-8in hold in it... Any suggestions on what material to use, as i dont have a spare airbed to cut out of, and also which glue/adhesive to use? Its made of polyurethane or PVC etc and some glues/adhesives dont work with both or one of those...)