Ring aka RAC600 Digital Tyre Air compressor inflator with bag 12v @ amazon uk £15.99 delivered, 147 reviews, 4.5 out of 5 - HotUKDeals
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* Self select required pressure, with accurate automatic switch off
* Easy read back-lit LCD display in psi, bar or kpa
* Fitted with 12v cigarette lighter plug, 3.3 metre power cable and secure tyre valve screw attachment
* Built in white LED light for direction & red light for alert/SOS
* Complete with storage/carry case, 2 piece adapter kit and instructions

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Brand: Good Selection Ltd
Product Description
Manufacturer's Description
Correct tyre pressure is a must for safety, better fuel consumption and environmental emissions. This outstanding market leading Digital Tyre Inflator is brilliant and saves you the inconvenience, cost and hassle of checking and inflating your tyres at the petrol station or garage.

Simply connect it to your car’s 12 volt socket, attach the air hose to the tyre with the safe and secure screw valve attachment, select your required tyre pressure and then press start. Your tyre will inflate and the unit will automatically cut out when the correct pressure is reached. It is simple and hassle free.

Other features include a built in LED work light and SOS flashing light for night time or emergency situations, as well as a neat and tidy storage/carry case. Other useful adaptors are included for home and hobby inflatables.
Box Contains
# Digital Tyre Inflator unit
# Storage/Carry case
# 2 piece adaptor kit
# Instructions
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1 Like #1
Thanks - Just what I was loking for - Heat & Ordered
#2
This is fairly much about average as price goes for these isn't it?
#3
The best tyre pump I've used - great price too
#4
Nice one. Just ordered one. thanx
#5
#6
got it last time it was on its fantastic i do mine every week keep mpg up
#7
Bought one, used it once - came to use it again and it didn't work. Received no recompense or help from Amazon or the Supplier. Would not recommend it, congrats to those who actually got more than one use out of it though!!
#8
al21
Bought one, used it once - came to use it again and it didn't work. Received no recompense or help from Amazon or the Supplier. Would not recommend it, congrats to those who actually got more than one use out of it though!!


Same here. Mine actually blew up after five minutes use.
#9
Great product - quick and easy to use, I have the RAC630 and would recommend that
#10
al21
Bought one, used it once - came to use it again and it didn't work. Received no recompense or help from Amazon or the Supplier. Would not recommend it, congrats to those who actually got more than one use out of it though!!


If it went wrong within the 12 months then I am surprised Amazon did not want to know. They have always been very good with me. I would take this (a lot) further if it were me in your situation.
#11
i bought one of these last time they were this price, best pump i've had, the pressure and it does it for you!!!
#12
It's handy to have one these in the boot. I've just been on a track day, and had to add 10psi to the tyres, which is not something you want to be doing with a foot pump!

LOUGHBORO GUY
got it last time it was on its fantastic i do mine every week keep mpg up

If you're having to pump your tyres up every week then you've got something wrong with your tyres/valves/wheels. Checking the pressures is one thing, but again not something you should need to be doing on a weekly basis unless you are driving for a living.
#13
I popped into a 'motormania/kwik-fit' store near here, and I notice that they were selling the same model for 32.99! Not sure if it's any good or not, but at least it's cheaper online than in-store.
#14
Avenger1324
It's handy to have one these in the boot. I've just been on a track day, and had to add 10psi to the tyres, which is not something you want to be doing with a foot pump!

LOUGHBORO GUY
got it last time it was on its fantastic i do mine every week keep mpg up

If you're having to pump your tyres up every week then you've got something wrong with your tyres/valves/wheels. Checking the pressures is one thing, but again not something you should need to be doing on a weekly basis unless you are driving for a living.


I can feel the deviations in pressure from atmospheric conditions on a per day basis.

Perhaps your suspensions is shot?
suspended#15
i just check my tires when i go to a sainsbury petrol station, it's free

i am going to need to get petrol all the time. Good price if u need it i suppose
#16
Kirajai
i just check my tires when i go to a sainsbury petrol station, it's free


Try driving there with flat tyres.
#17
...and waiting for 40 minutes for the old git in front of you to master the equipment
#18
i bought one of these of amazon few months ago when they were 19.99 i read a few reviews about being noisy thought nothing of it, and when i plugged it in the cig lighter god its loud, that loud its embarrasing. dont trust the pressure levels either. were at east 2 psi out compare to garage. its now in my boot to use in an emergency. i prefer to get free air from petrol stations if i can, although most do charge now but at least more accurate.
suspended#19
JamesSmith
Kirajai
i just check my tires when i go to a sainsbury petrol station, it's free


Try driving there with flat tyres.


that's why i pay for the AA and have a spare tyre :)
if u need to drive to the petrol station with a flat then u will probably need a new one anyway so pumping up ure tyre aint gonna help
#20
HARRIA01
i bought one of these of amazon few months ago when they were 19.99 i read a few reviews about being noisy thought nothing of it, and when i plugged it in the cig lighter god its loud, that loud its embarrasing. dont trust the pressure levels either. were at east 2 psi out compare to garage. its now in my boot to use in an emergency. i prefer to get free air from petrol stations if i can, although most do charge now but at least more accurate.
I have one of these and it is not loud. How is loud embarrassing, it's no worse than mowing your lawn is it?
You say it was 2psi out, what makes you so sure the garage pump was not 2psi out? Actually if you drive to a garage, that will warm up your tyres and then give you a false reading.
#21
Kirajai
if u need to drive to the petrol station with a flat then u will probably need a new one anyway so pumping up ure tyre aint gonna help
This sentence make no sense whatsoever, and the punctuation is quite appalling.
#22
It also makes a point for having a means of tyre inflation at home, which is the opposite to the point he originally made!
#23
Errrrr, this isn't a RING compressor though is it ?

The RING one is listed at £20.42, I know it looks like it, but is it the same thing or not?
#24
Northerndave
Errrrr, this isn't a RING compressor though is it ?

The RING one is listed at £20.42, I know it looks like it, but is it the same thing or not?


Are you saying this product has inflated claims?! :{
#25
I bought one of these last time they were on here.

Very quiet compared to the previous cheap one I had.
The pressure gauge is bang on compared to my digital tyre pressure gauge, and probably a lot more accurate than the free air at garages.
#26
These are good when working but I've had 2 from Amazon and both failed. Got a refund in the end.
#27
I have one of these tyre air compressors which I had to use when out and about 3 weeks ago. I was out on the Yorkshire moors and without a spare wheel. You don't get a spare wheel with new cars, only free AA membership and a repair kit. It did the job and at the time worth its weight in gold. The tyre had 2 holes from a lady's hair grip but the tyre remained hard for 24 hours.
#28
Cheap plastic junk that will probably fail the one time you need it most. Why not go for a good quality foot pump that will last a lifetime...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Michelin-CUS12200-Single-Barrel-Footpump/dp/B000V5IG7I/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=automotive&qid=1286632989&sr=1-2

Long live the laziness and fetish for gizmos of the great british public!
1 Like #29
Why have you got 3? :D
#30
garbage456
Northerndave
Errrrr, this isn't a RING compressor though is it ?

The RING one is listed at £20.42, I know it looks like it, but is it the same thing or not?


ring and rac use the exact same product


Ok, moot point as it's no longer avail at the price, but because something 'looks like another item' does not mean it's the same thing.

This is a Digital Tyre Inflator, 12 Volt, NOT a RAC600 by RING. If it was, the retailer at Amazon, a 'Good Selection Ltd' would state that.

And RAC600 is a model number by RING, not a Royal Automobile Club issue number.
#31
sorebay
Cheap plastic junk that will probably fail the one time you need it most. Why not go for a good quality foot pump that will last a lifetime...http://www.amazon.co.uk/Michelin-CUS12200-Single-Barrel-Footpump/dp/B000V5IG7I/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=automotive&qid=1286632989&sr=1-2Long live the laziness and fetish for gizmos of the great british public!
Will your "good quality foot pump" pump up your tyre automatically and to the exact pressure whilst you walk off and do something else? No.
Has it got a handy torch? No.
After pumping up 4 tyres will it leave you with shortness of breath and a sore leg? Yes.

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