• Before using the Air Blitzer, ensure it is fully charged. Connect it to a power source using the provided charging cable and wait until the indicator shows a full charge.
  • Attach the appropriate nozzle to the Air Blitzer's air outlet. Different nozzles are designed for different items, such as tires, sports balls, or inflatables.
  • Press and hold the power button to turn on the device. The indicator light will show that it's ready for use.
  • Skip using an external gauge; instead, check the digital display on the Air Blitzer for accurate pressure settings.
  • Ensure the desired inflation level is selected before proceeding.
  • Connect the nozzle to the valve of the item you want to inflate. Ensure a secure fit to prevent air leakage.
  • Press the inflation trigger to start filling the item with air. The Air Blitzer will automatically stop when the item reaches the desired pressure.
  • If needed, you can adjust the inflation level using the "+" and "-" buttons on the Air Blitzer.
  • To activate the hazard light feature, press the designated hazard light button on the Air Blitzer. This will help ensure your safety during roadside emergencies or low-light conditions.
  • To use the power bank feature, connect your device's charging cable to the USB port on the Air Blitzer. Press the power bank button to begin charging your device.
  • After use, turn off the Air Blitzer by pressing and holding the power button. Disconnect the nozzle and store the device in a safe place until your next use.


If you encounter any issues while using the Air Blitzer portable air compressor, refer to this troubleshooting guide to identify and resolve common problems:
No. Precautions Solution
1 Air Blitzer won’t turn on
  • Check if the device is charged. If not, connect it to a power source and allow it to charge fully.
  • Make sure the power button is being pressed correctly. Hold it for a few seconds to turn the device on.
2 No airflow or weak inflation
  • Ensure the nozzle is securely attached to the item you want to inflate. Check for any air leaks.
  • Confirm that the inflation level is set appropriately. Increase it using the “+” button if needed.
  • Verify that the Air Blitzer is fully charged, as low battery levels can result in weak inflation.
3 Auto-stop feature not working
  • Check the inflation pressure setting. Make sure it matches the desired pressure of the item you’re inflating.
  • Clean the nozzle and the air outlet to ensure proper airflow and pressure readings.
  • If the issue persists, restart the Air Blitzer and try again.
4 Hazard light not functioning
  • Ensure the hazard light feature is activated by pressing the designated hazard light button.
  • Check if the Air Blitzer is fully charged, as the hazard light requires power to function.
  • If the hazard light still doesn’t work, contact customer support for assistance.
5 Power bank not charging devices
  • Verify that the Air Blitzer is turned on and the power bank feature is activated by pressing the power bank button.
  • Ensure the device you want to charge is compatible with the Air Blitzer’s power bank specifications.
  • If the problem persists, try using a different charging cable or device to rule out potential issues.
6 Overheating or unusual noise
  • If the Air Blitzer becomes excessively hot, stop using it immediately and allow it to cool down before continuing.
  • Unusual noises may indicate mechanical issues. Turn off the device and contact customer support for further guidance.
7 Low battery life
  • If you notice a significant decrease in battery life, reduce the use of additional features like the hazard light or power bank to conserve power.
  • If the battery life remains inadequate, consider charging the Air Blitzer fully before each use.
If you have followed the troubleshooting steps and the problem persists, it’s essential to contact customer support at for professional assistance or potential warranty claims. Always follow the safety guidelines provided in the user manual and use the Air Blitzer as intended for optimal performance.