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good reviews and under a tenner
Simple features
Push button operation
Analogue display psi, bar, kg/cm2
Easy use
3 piece adaptor kit included
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#1
ive got one of these, its a good piece of kit, heat added
#2
yeah brilliant product.
#3
great product had mine over a year one of the best things i ever bought !
#4
Agreed. Great product.
#5
Got something similar to this, but the PSI reading is quite often a bit off, so I usually just check the pressure at a garage anyway - how reliable/accurate are these Ring Automotive ones? Cheers
#6
Mine didn't last long.
#7
Really great buy, thanks for posting.
#8
After reading the reviews I've purchased one, thanks!
#9
I have one and its a great bit of kit, much better then the Halfords Rapid inflate one it replaced.
#10
Ordered thanks been after a decent one of these for a while at a good price.
#11
Was looking for one of these last week and cheapest seemed to be £20.. bargain, ordered!

Have some heat :)
#12
would cover 45 - 93 trips to garage @ 10p / 20p a time
#13
sp3ctre You can get digital ones for less than £20
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I hate this site!! - ordered thanks op
#15
Qasim7
sp3ctre You can get digital ones for less than £20


LOL, oops, didn't look at the description (or the pic) close enough, I presumed they were all digital nowadays.... just canceled my order :D
#16
hot! thanks!
#17
Perhaps a benefit of the analogue display over a digital one is if you just want to check the tyres, you don't need to plug it into the car. I am assuming here, but i guess the digital one would needs power from the ciggi lighter to just show the reading on the display?
#18
is the analogue display easy enough to read?
#19
Damn it, just bought a £16.99 cheapie yesterday.
#20
I bought this a couple of weeks ago from Amazon.... It was £8.99 then, so its gone up.
Seems ok, but the display is out and you have to use a proper air pressure guage with it.
#21
short
would cover 45 - 93 trips to garage @ 10p / 20p a time
then the saving on petrol going to the garage too...
heat added, bought one, why not?
#22
danthomas25
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would cover 45 - 93 trips to garage @ 10p / 20p a time

then the saving on petrol going to the garage too...
heat added, bought one, why not?


and avoiding the headache of going to garage to find out the pumps not working. Happened to me last sunday :(

is it better to get the 630 over this?

Edited By: montana78 on Mar 29, 2011 12:54
#23
The air pressure gauges aren't accurate at the service stations either. So whether you buy this pump or use a petrol station, you will still need a proper gauge.
#24
Biker Jeff
The air pressure gauges aren't accurate at the service stations either. So whether you buy this pump or use a petrol station, you will still need a proper gauge.


you mean like a digital one?
#25
montana78
Biker Jeff
The air pressure gauges aren't accurate at the service stations either. So whether you buy this pump or use a petrol station, you will still need a proper gauge.

you mean like a digital one?

Yes..... but some digital gauges are more accurate than others.
I use one of the sliding metal ones from Halfords, because they always get good reviews in tests for accuracy. But i'm quite fussy about accuracy for air pressure, as its quite important for motorcycle tyres.
#26
Biker Jeff
montana78
Biker Jeff
The air pressure gauges aren't accurate at the service stations either. So whether you buy this pump or use a petrol station, you will still need a proper gauge.


you mean like a digital one?


Yes..... but some digital gauges are more accurate than others.
I use one of the sliding metal ones from Halfords, because they always get good reviews in tests for accuracy. But i'm quite fussy about accuracy for air pressure, as its quite important for motorcycle tyres.


so what better than this one for a little bit more money. I need one for the micra :D

I was thinking the RAC630 but price is £21.99 on it now
#27
Dont know how good the 630 is..... but i still wouldn't trust it to be accurate, and some reviews have said the digi display has stopped working after a while.
Its for this reason i bought the one in this deal and use a seperate gauge for accuracy.
#28
Agree with jeff, a decent sliding gauge will last for years, and will allow you to get whatever compressor you want.
Petrol station gauges are woefully innacurace(due to them bein abused, dropped in the rain, amongst other things)
#30
There's a recent test of pressure gauges in BIKE or RIDE magazine; some of the gauges got high reviews and are under £10 if anyone is after an accurate gauge as well? If you can't be arsed to buy the mag PM me and i'll dig it out and tell you what the goods ones were.

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