They are nice. But a small portable cordless is sooooo freakin' handy.I've got a HF Ultra Quiet Fortress air compressor that works very well. 2 gallon tank. It's pretty heavy but it is much quieter than any compressor I've had before. Around $190. The quietness is worth it to me.
110V compressor for the win, with any real usage at home. So many applications for compressed air!I was using small inflators for a while, but it got old having to power it up and the slow fill time.
Eventually I picked up a small air compressor (this one: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-4...wered-Silent-Air-Compressor-3320445/305026725 ) and it has been SO much better. Also, used it for some home remodel with various air tools, trim nailer, etc... So it's been well worth the price of admission. I'm sure plenty of good smaller/cheaper model options if need be, too.
It's very quiet and it's a nice size. Can fill tires 5 lbs low in seconds, versus minutes. It's very nice! I picked up a 50ft air hose so I am able to reach all across my garage and driveway if needed, so I never have to move the compressor.
Whatever floats your boat. My twenties were forty years ago. I LIKE my power tools.....For car size tires and pressures, I still like my bike pump. There's one in each car for bikes, and by the time I mess around getting the little 110V one out at home, I can be done adding a few psi to each tire... And my triceps need work anyways!
I like some of them too. A chainsaw is a great invention for cutting firewood. The slow loud 12V air compressor... meh, unless I'm filling up 34" off road tires from 12 psi to 26psi x 4 a couple times every weekend.Whatever floats your boat. My twenties were forty years ago. I LIKE my power tools.....
Many posts about the cordless tire inflators being slow. It takes a few seconds for the M12 Miuwalkee to add 2 to 3 psi. How much faster do you need?
By the time you have fired up the compressor, the hose and inflator, you would be done with a cordless. And much less to put away.