This is the one I use: https://smile.amazon...e?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Runs off cig lighter adapter; works great.
Once nice thing I like about it is, you program the pressure (say, 35 psi) and the pump shuts off once the target pressure is reached.
This place scares me sometimes.
One of the tires on the car dropped a few psi, and it triggered a warning light that pops up every time I start the car. I have not looked into it, but I think it limits some of the features until you re-inflate and recalibrate the system. So you need to inflate all of the tires to the recommended psi, go in to the car settings, and do the reset.
I tried a gas station, but with the heat, and the drive over, the psi on all of he tires was over the recommended setting. On Wednesday, I was about to break down and pick up a tire inflator. Specifically, a tire inflator with a programmable pressure setting.
One of the complaints with the one you linked is the screw on connector. Is that a PITA or no big deal? Some of the others have a quick connect like you see on a bike pump.