Automatic Digital 12V Car Tyre Inflator £16.74 Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Save the hassle of a trek down to the garage at possibly 20p +fuel a time with this highly rated automatic tyre inflator.

There's not much of a description on the Amazon site but the item appears to be a rebranding of What Car's best buy tyre inflator...

http://www.whatcar.com/car-news/what-car-test-tyre-inflators/1st-ring-automotive-rac600--26-99/231565

Note that this is powered by your car's cigarette lighter connection.
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#1
Voted best buy by both What Car and Auto Express.

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#2
got one a while back at about 20 quid
really good inflator
bargain !!!
pump pump pump pump it up !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#3
Was looking for one of these, thanks.

H&R

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#4
Snap I have one and it is realy good, keeps working for long periods at a time and works like garage ones so you set the pressure and leave it alone and stops when ready!
H&R
#5
Ordered Thanks!
#6
Order - Cheers. Been after one for a while. Thanks for the reminder.:thumbsup:
#7
This a brilliant pump, can't go wrong for the money! :thumbsup:
#8
good price
#9
Gets very good reviews- I am too lazy to go often to the garage and pay 50 pence a time, so this is a great safety item with apparently a very accurate gauge. Just set PSI and let it auto inflate just like at the garage. Ordered. Thanks.
#10
Ordered, thanks... Heat and rep added :-)
#11
Too late for me. Sold out now.
#12
Up to £18.42 now...
#13
Still showing as in stock @ £16.30 for me as of 10:30am.
#14
Yep it's back :D
#15
good pump but I found it can only go to 40 PSI, so if your wanting to go about for a bike tyre for example you cant use this all the way:(
#16
why expired? Just got one!
#17
This hasn't expired...could someone please unexpire it?
#18
me too - can someone please un-expire?
#19
Cheers have ordered
#20
Having paid 50P for the privilege of using a forecourt compressor last weekend I had to get one of these.
#21
Doesthis work off the mains? Or do you plug it into car lighter?
#22
can you use this on bike tyres?
#23
Just ordered £i6.30 delivered,cant be bad
#24
Nice find...Cheers

H+R
#25
momo69
Doesthis work off the mains? Or do you plug it into car lighter?


Works from car lighter...
#26
Cheers OP. Nearly paid out £30 for one of these. Glad I checked here!
#27
brilliant...was looking fro one of these,ideal for kids footballs, bikes, car tyres...used one the other day , borrowed a mates...brilliant bit of kit....thanks op :thumbsup:
#28
Thanks op. Ordered :)
#29
Cheers H&R added
#30
Hi. This is not a bad deal but does anyone know of any better deals which have a light on the compressor and possible jump leads etc? I saw one with all the above for £20 for once but no they are usually 25 to 30.
#31
thanks ordered:thumbsup:
h&r added
#32
I have the Ring branded version of this.

Looks almost identical, Very good product, came top in all reviews I searched through for the price.

I have often pumped up van tyres to 65psi and also my bicycle tyre to over 100psi. So either the poster above must have received a dodgy version or maybe these arent as good as the ring branded ones..

I paid around £20 for mine from ebay, so a good deal. Very good product. WHen you set it to auto pump up it has a vlever feature which pumps the tyre up an extra 0.5psi to take into account the air you lose when unscrewing the pump.

Only niggle I have with mine, its a pain in the bum to make the power cord fit into the space provided, although you soon get the hang of it, and the cords not quite long enough if you want to pump up the rear tyres of a LWB van.
#33
Cheers, ordered.
#34
Qasim7
Hi. This is not a bad deal but does anyone know of any better deals which have a light on the compressor and possible jump leads etc? I saw one with all the above for £20 for once but no they are usually 25 to 30.


This one does have a light on the compressor. Its not amazingly bright although is sufficient for the job.
#35
Now expired with that dealer

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#36
Next best price is £13.85 + £4.87 shipping

£18.72 in all

£2.42 more but not huge amount
#37
Ordered will come in handy thanks
Air use to be free at my local Asda, started charging a few months ago :w00t: wondered why I was choking :p
#38
Looks like i got my order in just in time then before they went out of stock
#39
garbage456
rubbish i used it for 65 PSI and i think it goes to 250


how? mine just stops at 40psi and i cant get it to go any higher no matter what buttons i push?

faulty?
#40
You may have it set to stop at 40. Off the top of my head if you keep hold of the M button and press the + button it should increase the setting, or if you just push the + button it keeps on pumping.

Google the instructions

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