Air Dragon REVIEW

What is Air Dragon?

It is an easy to use tool to fill your car tires yourself with complete precision, according to its claims. Air Dragon assures you a way to fill your tires wherever you might be without having to wait for professional help. It also promises to be versatile to work with all types of car tires. We will get our hands on Air Dragon reviews to verify these claims.



Air Dragon CLAIMS

Easiest way to fill car tires – Air Dragon emphasizes on the fact that it’s so easy to use and has an ergonomic handle for practically anyone to fill car tires now. You simply plug it into your car’s 12 volt outlet and check your car’s PSI. Now when you are running low, you can fill your tires quickly and go. These are tall claims that have to be confirmed with Air Dragon reviews.

No more guesswork – Air Dragon takes the guesswork out of filling your tires. That’s because of the easy to read pressure gauge that lets you know when you have reached perfect PSI. Air Dragon reviews can validate this.


Air Dragon REVIEW

Air Dragon review calls it useless and it was returned. It didn’t have a pressure setting to switch it off when the desired pressure was achieved.

Air Dragon review says that it possesses a number of good features but they don’t function well together. It doesn’t pump while recharging the battery.

Air Dragon review criticizes the pump as too weak to fill even a small tire. NiCad battery is obsolete, which makes it inconvenient to drain the battery before recharging.

Air Dragon review statues that it is junk. When it was received, it looked like a used piece. After charging it overnight and trying to fill a tire that had 20lbs, about 20 minutes later, it pumped only 3lbs of air in the tire. This was undesirable in the winter of Minnesota. Air Dragon also needs standing bent over the whole time while pumping the tire.

Air Dragon review exposes it for not seating properly and not inflating anything.

Air Dragon review reveals that it’s not was expected. One can only blow basketballs with it and not tires.

Air Dragon review rues that it stopped working after filling lawn mower wheels.

Air Dragon review points out that it’s a piece of junk and money should not be wasted on it. It took over five minutes to put 2lbs more pressure in a car tire. The pump turned too hot to hold.

Air Dragon review says that it can be used on bicycle tires, and it doesn’t hold the charge at all.


Air Dragon Questions & Answers

Q. Does Air Dragon support road bicycle Presta valves and inflate a bicycle tire to 100 psi? How frequently does it need recharging?
A. Air Dragon doesn’t live up to the expectation. Its gage doesn’t work and it takes a long time to inflate a tire. It’s a rip off.

Q. Is Air Dragon good enough to inflate commercial vehicle tires such as tractor trailer?
A. Possibly not, because the piston is too small. Even if the pump did inflate commercial vehicle tires, it would take ages. The nickel-cadmium batteries do not last long either.

Q. Is Air Dragon ideal for bicycle tires?
A. Yes

Q. Does Air Dragon work on car tires?
A. No, it is too slow. Mine had to be returned.


What do I get?
You get Air Dragon Pro with LED light and 3 tip nozzles for $39.99 + $9.99 shipping and handling. Official Website:


Compare Air Dragon with Air Hawk Tire Inflator, RYOBI and Craftsman Tire Inflator.

11 Responses to “Air Dragon REVIEW”

  1. Daz Maz says:

    After reading all the reviews which cover purchase or not to purchase the Air Dragon, I think I’ll give it a miss & continue to use the hand pump to apply air to my bicycle tyres. This means that I’ll save myself several dollars in cost.
    It would appear that this item is not popular with the masses!

  2. Janet says:

    I purchased the Air Dragon for my husband for Christmas, he used it for 10 minutes and it started to get very hot and stopped working. I contacted Air Dragon and was told there was only a 30 day warranty and they wouldn’t do a thing about getting our money back. I will never do business with this scam of a company again.

    • Daz Maz says:

      Thank you for your comment. It helped me to make decisive action & not purchase the Air Dragon – apparently a ‘dog of an item’.

  3. Isaiah Freeman jr says:

    This is a piece of dung.I pumped my tire for about 10 min and the gauge barley moved. Left it for 1min came back and the tire was flat. Would not recommend it.

  4. Dave S. says:

    Piece of crap that kept cutting out and didn’t fill the tire anyway.

  5. Michael M. says:

    I would not recommend doing business with this company.If it were possible to give a -10 rating I would.
    First, it took over 4 months to get the product once it was ordered.
    Once received, I used it with a set PSI. Once the unit reached that number it automatically added an additional PSIs and continued to pump until I manually had to shut it off.
    I sent an email to Telebrand asking how to correct the issue. The replied back stating to reset the unit, but never described how to reset it. They also stated to call their customer service if there were other questions.
    I called customer service and they said there was nothing they could do. They made no effort to try and identify the issue or resolve the problem.
    I asked to speak with a supervisor and they kept putting me on hold. I never did get to speak with the supervisor as requested. So much for the 100% satisfaction guarantee.

  6. Dennis D. says:

    My Air Dragon was a gift from a coworker. Used it for the first time today when I found my car tire almost completely deflated due to a screw in my tire. My tire pressure is rated at 32 PSI. When I removed the screw I heard air escaping but when I turned the screw all the way flush with my tire, the air stopped escaping.

    When I connected the pressure hose from the Air Dragon to my tire, it showed 5 PSI. After running for almost 15 minutes, the Air Dragon (AD) showed I had 10 PSI. The unit was very hot so I let it cool down for 15 minutes. Another 15 minutes and my tire was up to 16 PSI so I had to let the AD cool down again as it was very hot including the pressure hose and unit itself.

    After over 2 hours of using the Air Dragon to inflate my tire and allowing it to cool back down I finally got my tire up to 28 PSI. While trying to reach 30 PSI the pressure hose split at the bottom where it attached to the Air Dragon. I called 1-800-540-1206 which was the number to order a battery pack. After listening to the recorded announcement twice, I finally got a number for customer service. When I informed customer service that I needed a replacement pressure hose, I was informed that no replacement parts are available and that the Air Dragon only has a 30 day warranty.

    If the unit would have failed within the first 30 days, the company would have sent me a replacement unit. So now my unit is unusable unless I can find an aftermarket pressure hose.

    My recommendation is not to buy the Air Dragon due to (1) Very long time to inflate a 32 PSI auto tire, over an hour allowing for the unit to cool down (2) No replacement parts and (3) Only a 30 day warranty.

  7. Bob degruttola says:

    Piece of shit starts running as soon as you plug it in stops running sometimes for no reason replies it starts again keeps doing that the hole time call the company only garunteed 30 days guess I’m shit out of luck do not buy this item

  8. jim says:

    free shipping and I will order


    It says my comment wouldn’t be posted and I figured as much! Knock the $10 charge for the “free” Air Dragon and I will order 6-10. Thanks, Mike


    I was going to purchase until I saw the “free” Dair Dragon is not free. Just pay an additional fee of $19.99. If s&h is $9.99 for the first one then why is it double the price for the second one? This means the second is actually $10 plus $9.99 s&h. That’s not free. I was going to order several as gifts for friends and family. I don’t mind the $9.99 S&H but I’m not paying for the “free” Air Dragon. Thank you. This is my opinion which I made with common sense.

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