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Digital Tyre Inflator, 12 Volt £19.93

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Does what it says on the tin.

Good reviews.
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#1
Do you have a direct link?
#2
Monkey nuts 2
Do you have a direct link?


click the "Go to Deal"
#3
What's better with this over, say Argos or Netto pump for £3 to £5?
#4
pet2000;7895465
What's better with this over, say Argos or Netto pump for £3 to £5?

It's an auto digital pump for those that don't have the energy to do it themselves. You tap in the tyre pressure required and then press start. The rest is done for you.
[mod]#5
Tom Pickering
click the "Go to Deal"


Link wasn't there at first to be fair :)
#6
Plum
The rest is done for you.


Which takes liek 5 minutes lol

Plus £20 is expensive.

A good deal on these is about £10 which is the price theyve been on here before.
suspended#7
I'm sure this can be bought via the AA with something else free for the same price - might be members only though.

Always been meaning to buy one - I bought one from Tesco that wasn't digital but did have a pressure display for about £6 - returned it because I could have inflated a tyre quicker with a bicycle hand pump :lol:
#8
pay 20p at the petrol stations and do your air quicker. think sainsburys is still free aswell. tesco n asda charge, not sure on morrissons
#9
This looks similar to the Ring RAC600 which I have. These are very quick to inflate and can do a completely flat tyre in under a few minutes. The £5 inflators are extremely slow and usually overheat and burn out. With this you just set the pressure plug it in and it automatically cuts off when it reaches it just like a garage inflator. All good heat added:thumbsup:
#10
I like these automatic digital tyre inflators much more than the old fashioned analogue gauge foot pump type.

I have to agree though that I would prefer to pay around £10-£15... but are there any actually available at that price that are digital???

I paid about £25 for a "Challenge" one from Argos and it had a lot of use over several years before it finally failed....so I would say for £20 its an ok price.... but surely someone knows of a better deal????
#11
was looking for one of these
ordered nice 1 !!
#12
ajust looked at Argos and they have become very expensive. I bought mine from Argos for £6 in a sale but this was 4 years ago. Have used it a lot and is still working fine. £20 seems a good preice now.
#13
Sounds a good price when compared to this alternative tyre inflator....

http://www.comparestoreprices.co.uk/car-accessories/michelin-12v-digital-tyre-inflator.asp
#14
This is the is Digital Tyre Inflator I use very useful to have in the car, I used it on a flat tyre tonight!.

Bought mine from Maplin for £20, it will shut off automatically if you set the digital display to the pressure you require.

Takes around 5 mins for a completely flat tyre with the engine running, is a bit slower when just running from the battery.

I have never been lucky with tyre punctures, best (or worst) result was <5 miles on my bike. :x
#15
Got one of these, almost certain I only paid about £15 for mine a while back though. Handy to have about as I've been caught out a few times in the pissing rain with a slow puncture and a foot pump but not really a hot price.
#16
This is a brilliant pump - see Autoexpress review - I use mine every 3 weeks since I have leaking alloys.

http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/products/products/241588/ring_rac600.html
#17
TOO-TIGHT-TO-PAY;7895782
Sounds a good price when compared to this alternative tyre inflator....

http://www.comparestoreprices.co.uk/car-accessories/michelin-12v-digital-tyre-inflator.asp



:w00t:
#18
OriginalSHare
Got one of these, almost certain I only paid about £15 for mine a while back though. Handy to have about as I've been caught out a few times in the pissing rain with a slow puncture and a foot pump but not really a hot price.


Not a coincidence most punctures happen in the rain the water acts as a lubricant so helps the object pierce the tyre more easily than in the dry.
#20

No they are not.
1. Is company I have never heard of and seems to have delivery charge as well as being pennies more
2. Is over a year old and prob not available
3. Is from Amazon third party seller and has a delivery charge.
The others are not the same type of inflator at all.
You seem to have spent a lot of time pulling together useless information to put down this deal.
It's not sale of the century, but is worthy of consideration for somebody on the look out.
It's not even hot at the moment at 82 degrees I would say people think it is warmish.
#21
brought this pump couple of weeks ago and its well worth the money does what it says.
100% recomended...........
I searched for a good deal this was the best price for this type of item.
#22
just ordered one does in plug in cigar lighter or can you use it in mains socket??
#23
Mine arrived yesterday, and I am extremely pleased with it at the price. The cable from the cigar lighter plug to the unit is sufficient for the longest cars, and the device is extremely well designed and easy to use.

We make frequent long runs abroad in a car with no spare tyre (by manufacturer's design) so I'm very grateful to the O.P. for the nudge to purchase one.
#24
got one of these, very easy to use.
#25
these are good! - if like me u have a 4 x 4 its vital to keep the tyres at the right psi or pay for it in gas!
#26
Nice one, have an analogue at the moment and the accuracy of the gauge is naff.
#27
its the same price as its always been... i got it for this at xmas.
#28
dukester
This looks similar to the Ring RAC600 which I have. These are very quick to inflate and can do a completely flat tyre in under a few minutes. The £5 inflators are extremely slow and usually overheat and burn out. With this you just set the pressure plug it in and it automatically cuts off when it reaches it just like a garage inflator. All good heat added:thumbsup:


Same one :

http://www.amazon.co.uk/RING-RAC600-Automatic-Digital-Compressor/dp/B001R1F4K2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=automotive&qid=1267025623&sr=1-1
#29
Just ordered after reading many reviews. Good price, good product. Heat added.
#30
how noisy is this? the one hubby uses an the moment at 7.30 in morning feels like its going to drill through the wall lol
corinne
#31
The big advantage of these over cheaper analogue ones is that you can sit in the car while the tyre inflates knowing that it will stops itself when it reaches the correct pressure. Good price.
#32
Does this work to pump a football and bike tyres?
#33
pidgeofcdf
pay 20p at the petrol stations and do your air quicker. think sainsburys is still free aswell. tesco n asda charge, not sure on morrissons


Mozzas charge now, grr
#34
Could someone who's got one measure it for me please. Would like to know if it would fit in one of the compartments in my boot. thanks in advance.
#35
#18.99 now with free shipping.
#36
Ordered have some heat
#37
martha
Could someone who's got one measure it for me please. Would like to know if it would fit in one of the compartments in my boot. thanks in advance.


When packed away in its neat carrying case, the overall dimensions are 19 x 19 x 9 cm
#38
Thanks sabu
#39
ivrytwr3
#18.99 now with free shipping.


From an Amazon trader though .
#40
got one of these for £10 from Tesco while stock clearance last year

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