Ring RAC610 12V Analogue Tyre Inflator with Adaptor Set £9.48 @ Amazon - free prime delivery, or postage costs apply - HotUKDeals
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Ring RAC610 12V Analogue Tyre Inflator with Adaptor Set £9.48 @ Amazon - free prime delivery, or postage costs apply

£9.48 @ Amazon
i paid more than this a year ago when I bough it, have used it loads of times, still working strong Bought one for my little brother who has one of those crappy £4 ones which take forever to inflat… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
i paid more than this a year ago when I bough it, have used it loads of times, still working strong

Bought one for my little brother who has one of those crappy £4 ones which take forever to inflate and the pressure gauge is useless on them

An analogue compressor can inflate a fully-deflated car tyre in under 4.5 minutes. It has an air flow rate of 18-20 L/min. Fitted with a fused 12 V power plug and a 2.9 m power cord (approx). Flexible air hose 48 cm (approx.) with screw stem connector. CE-approved.
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#1
Damm would of snapped this if it was the rac635
1 Like #2
£14.23 Inc delivery... £10.90 on eBay with free delivery..
1 Like #3
PAULTRD
£14.23 Inc delivery... £10.90 on eBay with free delivery..


eh? It's a Prime early access deal so no delivery charge to pay, but you need to have Prime, obviously.
#4
Arj28
Damm would of snapped this if it was the rac635
Why, what does the rac635 do that this one doesn't?
1 Like #5
Crapweasel
Arj28
Damm would of snapped this if it was the rac635
Why, what does the rac635 do that this one doesn't?


Its digital and has a light I think.

I'm in the market for a 635 too, cheapest I can see is about £27 on Amazon.
1 Like #6
dannyjones106
Crapweasel
Arj28
Damm would of snapped this if it was the rac635
Why, what does the rac635 do that this one doesn't?


Its digital and has a light I think.

I'm in the market for a 635 too, cheapest I can see is about £27 on Amazon.


Your better off getting one of the above to be on the safe side incase if flat tyre etc, for a 1/3 or the price, you can use tor phone for flashlight or a powerbank for the light, and the digital bit is not really necessary but I guess each to their own.cthese do inflate quite quick
#7
pompey87
dannyjones106
Crapweasel
Arj28
Damm would of snapped this if it was the rac635
Why, what does the rac635 do that this one doesn't?


Its digital and has a light I think.

I'm in the market for a 635 too, cheapest I can see is about £27 on Amazon.


Your better off getting one of the above to be on the safe side incase if flat tyre etc, for a 1/3 or the price, you can use tor phone for flashlight or a powerbank for the light, and the digital bit is not really necessary but I guess each to their own.cthese do inflate quite quick


I like the idea of the auto cut off on the digital one. I've used an analogue one in the past, got distracted and massively over inflated a tyre! This is a good deal, but each to their own as you say.
#8
the only advantage to the so called digital one is that it shuts off when the desired pressure is reached, the analogue one doesn't.
but you're checking the pressure anyway with a dedicated separate gauge..... right?
#9
Also in screwfix £9.99
1 Like #10
These are the best you can get for sub £30, I don't need the digital stuff. Great price, quality product. Had mine for 3 years now, even pumped up machinery at work as they would only buy poor quality foot pumps.
#11
PhilthyPhil
the only advantage to the so called digital one is that it shuts off when the desired pressure is reached, the analogue one doesn't.
but you're checking the pressure anyway with a dedicated separate gauge..... right?


Im not, no.
#12
PhilthyPhil
the only advantage to the so called digital one is that it shuts off when the desired pressure is reached, the analogue one doesn't.
but you're checking the pressure anyway with a dedicated separate gauge..... right?
Why use a dedicated gauge? This has one built in!! And before saying it might not be accurate, your dedicated gauge may also not be accurate! I have the digital version of this, paid just under £20 a few months back and it's fantastic.
#13
I'll admit I only use a pocket gauge as I'm not sure of the accuracy of the analogue pump.
it keeps thing consistent if I use a garage airline if out & about too,

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