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AirMan Tire Repair System – on the spot emergency device gets you home

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The AirMan Tire Repair System fixes your flat tire ‘at the touch of a button’  by injecting some sort of sealant into the offending flat while inflating it at the same time. Sounds kinda useful. They claim a fast turnaround and safe driving for a further 200 miles, which should be enough to get you somewhere for a repair or cup of tea. $79.50 (sealant refills at $29.50).

 Fix a flat with the touch of a button with our AirMan Tire Repair System. This system works by injecting an eco-friendly water-based sealant into a flat tire while the air compressor simultaneously inflates the tire to the proper air pressure * Repairs tires and lets you drive safely for up to 200 miles * Up to 3 times faster than other compressors * Simply plug into your car’s 12V outlet, attach the hose, press a button, and watch your tire fully inflate * Requires one bottle of tire sealant per use

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


5 Comments

  • Who cares whether it's "EcoFriendly" or not? I just want to fix the bloody tire. Or should I say 'tyre' on this site?

  • GOOD IDEA BUT WHY IS THE SEALENT SO EXPENSIVE.

    • Dear James:

      This is Mary from Shifeng Juxing Tire.,Co.,Ltd. We could supply you low price tyre with good quality.

  • hmmm. 80 bucks for an air compressor and a can of fix a flat??? 30 bucks for a can of $4 fix a flat??? oh my god anyone that buys this is either just too frickin lazy to deserve to live or is the stupidest person in the galaxy

  • Got to concur on what I read. As the proud new owner of an LPG car with a big donut tank where the spare wheel used to be I perked up at the headline. But I have to say that the £7 deodorant-sized can I got from the local DIY shop looks pretty similar in effect. That said my tyre man reckons that with any such thing you are up the creek with any significant hole size, and the tyre is rendered useless thereafter. Don't know if the water based bit means that it can be cleaned off more easily.

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