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Ring Automotive Digital Tyre Inflator with Auto Stop, 12 V, RAC601 NOW £19.99 (Prime) £24.48 (Non Prime) at Amazon
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Ring Automotive Digital Tyre Inflator with Auto Stop, 12 V, RAC601 NOW £19.99 (Prime) £24.48 (Non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 24th Apr

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  • Fast inflation. Inflates a 13" tyre from flat to 35PSI in under 4.5 minutes, making tyre care quick and easy.
  • Accurate and easy to use. Accurate inflation is easy, thanks to the Auto stop. Simply set the pressure you need, press start and the RAC601 Inflator will automatically stop at the correct pressure.
  • Easier and safer night time inflation. Integrated LED light illuminates in low light, to make it easier and safer to inflate at night.
  • Multi-use Inflator. Ideal for cars, motorcycles, bikes, caravans, lawn mowers etc. Has 2 piece adaptor set to use with balls and other inflatables. Powered directly from in-car 12V socket.
  • Designed for easy use. Simple to use, with long power cable and air hose to reach all around the vehicle, backlit digital screen to clearly show results and a choice of units: psi, KPA or bar.
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I bought this but I sent it back because the connector is a screw type and not a clip on. This results in a lot of lost air when removing unless your ultra fast and was a pain. I bought a slightly more expensive one that clips on. Worth the extra money in my opinion.
Mine rattled itself to bits after using five times. Rebuilt and soldered it back together. Used a few more times and it gave up.

Best place for it was the bin.

Was good while it lasted... All of 15 minutes...
bobbymartini24/04/2019 11:23

I bought this but I sent it back because the connector is a screw type and …I bought this but I sent it back because the connector is a screw type and not a clip on. This results in a lot of lost air when removing unless your ultra fast and was a pain. I bought a slightly more expensive one that clips on. Worth the extra money in my opinion.


What brand
wakkaday1 m ago

What brand


This one
Bought this for my daughter, when you set it to the target psi it stops 2 psi short and finishes. Wouldn't buy it again or recommend it.
Mine didn't last for long, doesn't show the pressure. Bought one from asda and still going strong.
Bought at Tesco clearance for £13 last year, failed after third use. Junk.
gibblesuk1 h, 5 m ago

just bought this so thanks


Apparently my comment was deleted because Hotukdeals don't allow that seller...........which was Amazon???
bobbymartini24th Apr

I bought this but I sent it back because the connector is a screw type and …I bought this but I sent it back because the connector is a screw type and not a clip on. This results in a lot of lost air when removing unless your ultra fast and was a pain. I bought a slightly more expensive one that clips on. Worth the extra money in my opinion.


Fair point, but on the other hand I bought one of these mainly because it had a screw connector which I have found much more reliable with hard to reach valves (especially on very small wheels). The compressor itself has been good too - I really like being able to set the pressure and just let it do its thing. (mine seems pretty accurate too). There is a newer version with a rotary control and a bigger display for about £12 more...
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