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Ring RAC635 12v Preset Digital Tyre Inflator £24.00 @ Tesco Direct

£24.00 @ Tesco Direct
The Ring 12V Preset Digital Tyre Inflator inflates a tyre to 35psi in under 3 minutes. It is fitted with a 12V power plug that connects to a standard cigarette lighter socket and a 3.5 metre cable tha… Read More
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The Ring 12V Preset Digital Tyre Inflator inflates a tyre to 35psi in under 3 minutes. It is fitted with a 12V power plug that connects to a standard cigarette lighter socket and a 3.5 metre cable that stretches the full length of a standard car, allowing tyres to be easily reached and checked. There is a red light for SOS and white light for night time illumination, helpful if you have to inflate your tyre in the dark. Featuring a preset pressure mode with automatic cut-off, this digital compressor offers greater accuracy and reliable performance, the pressure gauge displays PSI kg/cm² and allows you to easily store your tyre pressure. Complete with a 3-piece adaptor kit, this Ring RAC635 air compressor is also suitable for inflating bikes, sports balls and small inflatables. Easily stored in your car boot when not in use, the Ring tyre inflator comes in a handy storage case. The air hose has a length of 0.7m.

The Ring Ring RAC635 12V digital air compressor was awarded Auto Express Best Buy for 2014 and 2016.
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#1
I think these are £19 in store?
1 Like #2
I've got one. Works really well.
#3
Seen these for £9.99 in the Long Eaton Notts store.
#4
clnsndrs
Seen these for £9.99 in the Long Eaton Notts store.
Are you sure thats not the RAC610 analogue version?
#5
Got this in my store a few weeks back on a yellow sticker reduction for £13 :)
#6
It states it inflates to 35 psi in 3 minutes, is this the highest it goes? If so that isn't very high.
#7
ristac
It states it inflates to 35 psi in 3 minutes, is this the highest it goes? If so that isn't very high.


I think it'll go higher and reference to 35psi is because this average'ish tyre pressure on larger tyres
#8
This is normally cheaper on a regular basis
#9
They were about £18 on Amazon back in April, although it says £29.99 now. Definitely worth the money whichever price you pay.
#10
Bought one (£18); lasted 3 tyres. At least getting the money back was easy!
#11
ristac
It states it inflates to 35 psi in 3 minutes, is this the highest it goes? If so that isn't very high.
It goes well past that, it pumps up my wheelchair tyres to 60psi
1 Like #12
I get mine done free when passing sainsburys. Come on, someone had to say it.
#13
£24
#14
Get the Michelin ones, way better than RIng (which I had two failures)
#15
The Ring 'digital' ones have loads of issues - mostly around the LCD screen failing / failing to detect the pressure correctly.
The analogue ones are fine though. It's been covered a few times on HUKD.

The 610 is only £12.49 on Amazon, although it is just a pump: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ring-RAC610-Compressor-Inflation-FAVOURITE/dp/B0030FBSQ2/
#16
Sharpharp
Get the Michelin ones, way better than RIng (which I had two failures)
Where's the best place to get these?
1 Like #17
ristac
It states it inflates to 35 psi in 3 minutes, is this the highest it goes? If so that isn't very high.

It does go higher, I've used it to pump up my work van tyres to about 46psi. They've probably stated it that way because after about 35psi it tends to slow down. Usually any tyres over that tend to be used for heavier loads so there is more mass so it will slow down but it will continue to fill them just a lot slower.

I run it occasionally on my car tyres (32psi) it takes a few seconds. Running it on my van takes a few minutes. Good little tool though to have sat in the boot.

Edited By: 1nsomniac on Jul 10, 2017 14:28
#18
brohood
Sharpharp
Get the Michelin ones, way better than RIng (which I had two failures)
Where's the best place to get these?

Got mine half price at Halfords, best inflator bar none (also has a built-in light for night use)
#19
I have had the analogue version for about 5 years now, used it quite afew times to pump up car tyres, van tyres, ride on lawn mower tyres, bike tyres, a basket ball and a foot ball.

Deffo the best cheap electric pumps out there. I would stick with the analogue personally, cheaper and probably more reliable, just means you have to keep an eye on the pressure gauge.

But it would be nice to set the PSi/Bar and let it automatically pump to that amount, but when your on the hard shoulder or stressed out in a Tesco car park with kids in the car, I doubt watching the gauge will be an issue.
#20
Using it for 6 months now.....one of the best purchases i made...can use to inflate football as well !

Bought it from amazon.

Edited By: NRE123 on Jul 10, 2017 16:05
#21
Great pump, also used it to refill aerosols which have run out of puff.
#22
It was an amazon lightning deal yesterday for £22.09.
#23
Turbofan
It was an amazon lightning deal yesterday for £22.09.
Yes seen that but was only available for a couple of hours in the early hours of the morning.
#24
Pumps my m/h tyres up to 70psi

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