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Ring Analogue Air Compressor 12V £9.99 @ screwfix

£9.99 @ Screwfix
Air compressor with 3 piece adaptor kit for bikes, air beds and other inflatables. Fitted with fused 12V power plug, adaptor and approx. 3m cable. Inflates a 13" tyre up to 35psi in 4 ½min. Air line l…
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Air compressor with 3 piece adaptor kit for bikes, air beds and other inflatables. Fitted with fused 12V power plug, adaptor and approx. 3m cable. Inflates a 13" tyre up to 35psi in 4 ½min. Air line length approx. 48cm.
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#1
Bought this the last time it was on offer, not sure if I paid £5.99 or £9.99 either way its a good little pump, helped me out a few times when people have had flats
#2
Good pump, I have one of these (somewhere), might buy another for the wife's car. Actually, tell a lie, I have the digital version.

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Nov 30, 2016 07:26
#3
I too have this pump and recommend it, this is a good price for a useful bit of kit.
#4
Yeah, I've had one of these that I bought from Europarts for about £13 and it has been used regularily for the past 18 months without any problems.
2 Likes #5
I have 2 of the 'Ring RAC600 12V Digital Tyre Inflator' models and one of them has just gone kaput! :( Something's rattling inside and it wont inflate, only used it a handful of times and was looked after, which is a bit annoying. Thankfully the other one's still working ok. Not overly relevant I guess as it's a different version, wanted to vent, I'll shut up now...
1 Like #6
Just remember when you're using this that the analogue version doesn't have a cut off point, so when it reaches your desired pressure, it'll still keep pumping more into it until you physically switch it off.
#7
£9 on amazon prime. comes and goes tho
2 Likes #8
NeilB
I have 2 of the 'Ring RAC600 12V Digital Tyre Inflator' models and one of them has just gone kaput! :( Something's rattling inside and it wont inflate, only used it a handful of times and was looked after, which is a bit annoying. Thankfully the other one's still working ok. Not overly relevant I guess as it's a different version, wanted to vent, I'll shut up now...

Let it out son, let it out!! :)
#9
sofiasar
£9 on amazon prime. comes and goes tho

Hey Miss Car expert, are these any good for £10? Are they reliable?
1 Like #10
frakison
NeilB
I have 2 of the 'Ring RAC600 12V Digital Tyre Inflator' models and one of them has just gone kaput! :( Something's rattling inside and it wont inflate, only used it a handful of times and was looked after, which is a bit annoying. Thankfully the other one's still working ok. Not overly relevant I guess as it's a different version, wanted to vent, I'll shut up now...
Let it out son, let it out!! :)
Cheers bud, feel better now :)
#11
Gollywood
sofiasar
£9 on amazon prime. comes and goes tho

Hey Miss Car expert, are these any good for £10? Are they reliable?


​hi. they have really good reviews on here and on the selling websites. I'd buy it. look out for Amazon deal otherwise this is really good price
1 Like #12
sofiasar
Gollywood
sofiasar
£9 on amazon prime. comes and goes tho
Hey Miss Car expert, are these any good for £10? Are they reliable?
​hi. they have really good reviews on here and on the selling websites. I'd buy it. look out for Amazon deal otherwise this is really good price
I'm not much of an Amazon user. I think the Screwfix is fine for £9.99 Cheers Sofs!
1 Like #13
Not that long ago identical model was in here. The comments are the same, better off paying a bit more to get the model that cuts out at the desired pressure. All these types you are supposed to rest them after a couple of minutes or it burns the motor out

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