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RAC610 12V Analogue Pump - £10 @ Amazon
RAC610 12V Analogue Pump - £10 @ Amazon

RAC610 12V Analogue Pump - £10 @ Amazon

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I know its not digital but it get good feedback and at this price its cheap enough to put in the boot of the car for emergencies

Product Description
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
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. Scores of others are injured. Tyres are the only point of contact a car has with the road. It is therefore vitally important for motorists to check their tyres regularly. Maintaining correct tyre pressure has benefits other than safety. Under or over inflated tyres suffer more damage than those with the correct pressure and need to be replaced more regularly. Under inflated tyres increase the rolling resistance that require more fuel to maintain the same speed. Correct tyre pressure also benefits the environment by maintaining optimum fuel efficiency, and reduces CO2 emissions. To help motorists maintain optimum tyre pressure, Ring Automotive has launched a new range of compressors. The range incorporates Ring's award winning compressor technology. Analogue and digital compressors are included to suit individual motorist's needs from DIY enthusiasts through to professionals. Neat tidy storage for fused 12v cigarette lighter plugs and the flexible air hoses means that all the compressors will store away easily in the car. To get the maximum performance and life from car tyres, motorists should check their tyre pressure regularly. The new Ring Automotive Compressors are an invaluable accessory to have the car.

22 Comments

It was £9.30 a few weeks back, bought one, they're very good for the money.

Cheers - for this price I think I will grab one, never know when it might come in handy.

Anyone who pas extra for a 'digital' air pump is a gullible fool anyway X)

Great deal. Hot!

Just been looking for one of these after pumping up wife's flat tyre ("oh I didn't notice it was flat" oO) with a foot pump. Good reviews will give it a try, thanks OP.

got one of these the other day and it seems to be pretty decent so far

No good for me, I've got digital tyres on my Ferrari!

Besford

No good for me, I've got digital tyres on my Ferrari!



lol

great unit, i have one!

Cheers. Begrudge having to pay to inflate my bike tires up at the local petrol station so this will do for me.

Hurry guys only 3 left!!

> Tyres are the only point of contact a car has with the road.

And the exhaust pipe in quite a few cars near me.

winstonmanc

Tyres are the only point of contact a car has with the road.And the … > Tyres are the only point of contact a car has with the road.And the exhaust pipe in quite a few cars near me.



And where I live with all the killer speed bumps the front bumper takes a bit of a clattering most days.

My advice is pay the extra for the digital one with the auto cut-off.

dashforth

My advice is pay the extra for the digital one with the auto cut-off.




£8 more

showing at £12.95 now

If you're just topping up a tyre or two the faf of setting these things up, plugging them in and waiting half an hour to add a bit of puff just isn't worth it.

There's a very good twin cylinder foot pump in Aldi from today for £4.99; sometimes low tech is best!

efc1878

Just been looking for one of these after pumping up wife's flat tyre ("oh … Just been looking for one of these after pumping up wife's flat tyre ("oh I didn't notice it was flat" oO) with a foot pump. Good reviews will give it a try, thanks OP.



You should have said you would pump it up only when it was flat at the top as well as the bottom...

'According to the RAC more than 40 people die on our roads every year because of defective or improperly inflated tyres' --- so what, just owning a tyre inflator doesn't mean they would have used it --- and if the tyre was defective, pumping it to the correct pressure doesn't make it ok. The RAC

dashforth

My advice is pay the extra for the digital one with the auto cut-off.



I made this mistake, DON'T go for the digital one, I had two digital devices go wrong, both got stuck with 0000 reading everytime I tried to connect to a tyre to check pressure and was unable to set any pressure settings, go analogue, the digital ones aint all that trust me.. I did send both back for replacement and work ok for now, but lost faith in the digital ones, prob just matter of time b4 they go wrong again, well at least amazon do a prompt replacement.
Edited by: "eilz" 5th May 2011

What's the difference between an analogue pump and a digital one? Is it just that the reading has a digital type meter rather than a clock type one. Or is it something more? Like with a digital one your tyre can get freeview as well.

xenophon

What's the difference between an analogue pump and a digital one? Is it … What's the difference between an analogue pump and a digital one? Is it just that the reading has a digital type meter rather than a clock type one. Or is it something more? Like with a digital one your tyre can get freeview as well.



Analogue ones won't work after the switchover!

Edited by: "Besford" 7th May 2011

7 day shop are doing these for £9.99 delivered
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