Hart 20V Inflators Automotive Tool Reviews

Hart 20V Inflators for High Pressure and Volume


Flat to Full in No Time at All

Hart, with its ever-expanding line of 20V tools, adds two cordless inflators to its stable of helpful DIY products. The HPIF01 Inflator provides a solid option for inflating anything from balls to tires, while the HPIF50 Dual Function Digital Inflator adds a high volume option and more features.

Hart 20V Inflators

Hart HPIF01 Inflator

  • Inflates a flat to full tire in under 7 minutes
  • Digital LCD display for enhanced accuracy within 1 PSI
  • Operating range of 0-150 PSI
  • Nozzle accessories and on-board storage included
  • Attached 20″ hose
  • Inflates tires, sports equipment and other small inflatables

Hart HPIF50 Dual Function Digital Inflator

  • Flat to full car tire in under 4 minutes
  • On-board LED light for assistance in roadside emergencies
  • Hands free inflation with auto-fill shutoff
  • Precise pressure readings with digital gauge
  • Inflates a twin air mattress in under 45 seconds
  • Multi-use functions with high pressure and high volume inflation
  • Convenient on-board accessory storage

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Hart HPIF01 20V Tire and Ball Inflator

The Hart 20V Inflators come in two flavors. The Hart HPIF01 seems perfect for sports equipment, small inflatables, and tires. It takes a more basic and direct approach to inflation.

Hart 20V Inflators

Capable of inflating a flat tire to full in under 7 minutes, the 20V Inflator has an operating range of 0-150 psi. It features a digital LCD display right on the back of the tool. Hart claims an accuracy of 1 psi or less. An attached 20″ hose also gives you enough room to get around tires or most sports equipment. The housing also provides onboard storage for the included nozzle accessories.

Hart HPIF50 20V Dual Function Digital Inflator

The HPIF50 20V Dual Function Digital Inflator gives you a bit more flexibility and functionality. It still has an operating range of 0-150 psi, but can fill a tire from flat to full in under 4 minutes. That means it provides around 42% faster inflation due to more air volume in the tool.

The “dual function” designation has to do with the high volume, low-pressure feature. Opposite the 150 psi inflator, you have the wider nozzle. Using it, you can fill a twin inflatable mattress in just under 45 seconds. We would use this for anything from the aforementioned air mattresses to pool inflatables, inner tubes, and more. We store a tool like this at a friend’s family vacation home at Little Gasparilla Island—it definitely comes in handy!

Hart 20V Inflators

Earlier we spoke about additional functionality. A great example is the auto-fill shut-off function. With it, you set your desired psi without fear of over-inflation. Once the inflator reaches the set psi, it shuts itself down. It also features an on-board LED light—helpful in roadside emergencies.

The Hart HPIF50 gives you precise readings with its digital gauge, and like the HPIF01, it includes onboard storage for all its accessories.

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Pricing

Both of the Hart 20V Inflators are available from Walmart as bare tools. You can pick up the HPIF01 20V Inflator for $29.88. The HPIF50 20V Dual Function Digital Inflator retails for $48. Both versions come with Hart’s 3-year warranty. If you don’t already have a Hart 20V battery and charger—we actually recommend you get their drill and impact driver combo kit for the best possible value.

Hart 20V Inflators Specs

HPIF01 20V Inflator

  • Battery: 20V Lithium-Ion
  • Operating Range: 0-150 PSI
  • Air Hose: 20 in.
  • Weight: 1.35 lbs.
  • Warranty: 3 years
  • Price: $29.88

HPIF50 20V Dual Function Digital Inflator

  • Battery: 20V Lithium-Ion
  • Operating Range: 0-150 PSI
  • High-Pressure Flow Rate: 0.46 SCFM at 35 PSI
  • High Volume Flow Rate: 10.97 SCFM
  • Weight: 3 lbs.
  • Warranty: 3 years
  • Price: $48
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dave

Someone is photoshopping your site images WAY too dark.

Also who cares about Hart? It’s more of an impulse buy for people stuck at walmart. Anyone else shopping this class of tool would pick Ryobi from TTI, or SB&D Craftsman, etc.