Ring Automotive RAC610 12V Analogue Compressor now £8.95 @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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An analogue compressor can inflate a fully deflated car tyre in under 4.5 minutes. It has an air flow rate of 18-20L/ per min. Fitted with a fused 12v power plug. and 2.9m power cord (approx). Flexiable air hose 48cm(approx) with screw stem connector. CE approved
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#1
thank you, 1 on order
#2
Since my garage charges 50p a go for air, I always use one of those. Good price. Heat added.

Tip: Have your engine running while you charge! :)



Edited By: pet2000 on Jan 03, 2011 12:09
#3
I'm waiting for the digital compressor..!
#4
Skybird
I'm waiting for the digital compressor..!


Which is a far better bit of kit.
#5
Inactive
Skybird
I'm waiting for the digital compressor..!


Which is a far better bit of kit.

Why?
2 Likes #6
pet2000
Inactive
Skybird
I'm waiting for the digital compressor..!


Which is a far better bit of kit.

Why?


Obvious really , the digital one produces digital air and the analogue produces analogue air :-)
#7
Diigital air also helps to inflate the tyres quicker and stays in the tyre longer so I will also be waiting for that model.
#8
pet2000
Inactive
Skybird
I'm waiting for the digital compressor..!


Which is a far better bit of kit.

Why?


Because you can set the required pressure and it will cut off once reached.
#9
All those of you sniping at the digital compressor do realise that once the switchover comes, you won't have any analogue air to use anyway.
#10
All GONE!!
#11
Great for grandma.
#12
privatepyle11
Diigital air also helps to inflate the tyres quicker and stays in the tyre longer so I will also be waiting for that model.


Digital air?! Doesn't compare with HD or 3D air X)
#13
How many did they have, 10 items? I don't understand how come they are already sold out...
#14
I have the one with the digital readout on and it turns off when it gets to the required pressure does this one do that?
#15
Only market place seller now and £10.15 delivered
#16
ShaunnyBwoy
privatepyle11
Diigital air also helps to inflate the tyres quicker and stays in the tyre longer so I will also be waiting for that model.
Digital air?! Doesn't compare with HD or 3D air X)

Yeah but there is no way I am blowing up my tyres with the 3d glasses on.
#17
Our local Asda petrol station had a digital one for £8 and will work once analogue is switched off ;-) I got one but haven't tried it yet.
#18
these are really good, paid £13 for mine. Claims to inflate a tyre from flat in 4 mins, I have inflated a few now just top up and it really is fast and the digital readout clearly tells you when to stop pumping
#19
Hot

I have the digital one of these and defo a great investment. I was getting irritated with all the garages pumps being faulty or charging upto £1 for air.

Came top in an auto express comparison thing. The pressures pumped by it are accurate to within 0.5psi when checked with a pressure guage.

Never used the analogue version so cant comment, but often difficult to read the display on analogue units but good for get you out of trouble situations.

Pack away into a tidy unit, although the way the power cable is stored could do with some more thought as it can be rather fiddly and time consuming packing it away.

Edited By: devils_advicate on Jan 03, 2011 13:53: .
#20
RRP: is £12.99
Currently saving is £4.29 (33%)
But delivery is not free.
From seller £8.70 + £1.45 shipping = £10.15
Amazon only £9.73 but out of stock.

Nice way to start the product description: "****Brand New Range For 2009**** According to the RAC more than 40 people die on our roads every year because of defective or improperly inflated tyres."

Poor saving considering the valid RRP value.

Edited By: great-deals on Jan 03, 2011 13:50
#21
P.s dont pay much attention to inflating a car tyre within 4.5 mins. This is one of the quicker units, although the 4.5mins is based on a 13/14 inch tyre I believe. Pumping up low profile 17 inch tyres or van tyres can take around 10 minutes when flat.

The michelin one is quicker although not by much and that costs around £40.

Extra bit of info, these wont reach the rear wheel of a LWB Sprinter van, for this you will need to park another vehicle closer to the rear wheels.
#22
I can pump faster than this!
#23
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#24
turdburglar
I can pump faster than this!

Bearing in mind your username ....tell whoever it is you're pumping to keep some @nal-ease handy.

To the others.....are the digital pumps 1080P?

Edited By: HankMcSpank on Jan 03, 2011 14:57
#25
Hello, does anybody know whether there is enough length in the cable to reach the rear wheels comfortably is?

cheers
#26
tmobile210
Hello, does anybody know whether there is enough length in the cable to reach the rear wheels comfortably is?

cheers


For your average car and SWB vans yes. For LWB vans no.
#27
is the cable oxygen-free?
#28
No not oxygen-fee. But it is shielded to prevent use by pick-ups.
2 Likes #29
£8 from Europarts with free delivery.

Use JAN20 code for 20% off on all products.
#30
great-deals
RRP: is £12.99
Currently saving is £4.29 (33%)
But delivery is not free.
From seller £8.70 + £1.45 shipping = £10.15
Amazon only £9.73 but out of stock.



odd, i get it to £9.95 with free shipping with motion performance.
#31
Thanks to Vinesh - I have bought one from Europarts for £7.99 inc delivery !
#32
privatepyle11
ShaunnyBwoy
privatepyle11
Diigital air also helps to inflate the tyres quicker and stays in the tyre longer so I will also be waiting for that model.
Digital air?! Doesn't compare with HD or 3D air X)
Yeah but there is no way I am blowing up my tyres with the 3d glasses on.

Forget the 3D and HD, Wireless Near Field Connection Air is the way forward

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