Viair portable air compressor does the job!

Andy Pargh, the Gadget Guru, demonstrates the Viair 400P portable air compressor. The small compressor will fool you as it’s a fraction of the size of a typical air compressor but has enough power to inflate a full-size motorhome tire. RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury travels with a similar model and loves it. In this 14-minute video, Andy thoroughly explains the unit and shows it in action. If you are interested in purchasing the compressor, it’s listed along with similar models at Amazon.com.

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6 Thoughts to “Viair portable air compressor does the job!”

  1. JJ Johnson

    When you remove the red plug, there is a round filter you should screw in to help ensure trash doesn’t get into the workings of the compressor.

  2. Ron Schulz

    I’ve used a Viair compressor for eight years now. I keep it in my truck and it has never failed me. The model I have is rated for continuous use and never overheats. Makes it very easy to pump up my tires whenever I need it. I really recommend this pump…

  3. DAVE TELENKO

    Sounds interesting, I was wondering how you can put in 115 PSI, when the the VIAIR has a 110 PSI cut off switch. I’ve used just about every type of portable air compressors in my 50 years of off roading. My first was an Engine Air Compressor, you . had to take a spark plug out & screw in a valve & turn on your engine & the slower it ran the faster it filled your tire, actually it was great except for the 500 degree fitting when you went to unscrew it from the engine. I have a York compressor from an air conditioner unit adopted to my 2006 Jeep, works awesome especially at 10 CFM. I like using my Diesel compressor as it has a 18.5 CFM output, really awesome
    Thanks for listening
    Dave

  4. Mark R.

    Does it come with a warranty?

    1. Andy Pargh

      Per the company website, “All VIAIR compressors come with a One Year Manufacturer’s Defect Warranty.” I will say from personal experience, they have admirable phone support.

  5. Larry

    It’s a lot easier to make the connections if the hoses aren’t pressurized. So first connect everything and then turn on the compressor.

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