A surprising combination of dexterity and muscle is required when using the typical air pump, but such strengths are not required if you have the Air Pot on hand. Designed by Gisuke Tokuyama, this automatic tire-inflating contraption reduces the necessary steps to maintaining your wheels, and it does so in a nice compact package.
The disc-shaped device is a great deal less awkward to store than the telescopic post with its loose cord. The rounded shell of this invention actually integrates a retractable coil storage for the tube. When your bike or your wheelchair are in need of a boost, just insert the tip of the Air Pot into the tiny valve. Choose your preferred pressure and let this motorized gizmo do the rest of the work.
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