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Automatic cordless tire inflator claims to be an easy way to getting flat tires back in shape. It just might be, depending on how tired you are of conventional means. About the size of a cordless drill, the tire inflator has an LED light to illuminate tire valves, and an built-in screen to show pressure in psi, kpi, or bar.

Squeezing the trigger sets the inflator in action, and it automatically shuts off once it reaches the desired pressure level. It can be charged through an AC adapter or DC car charger. It takes about a minute to inflate a bicycle tire, but a car tire can take a few minutes. Costs $90.