Ring Automotive RAC610 12V Analogue Compressor £9.99 @ Amazon
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Ring Automotive RAC610 12V Analogue Compressor £9.99 @ Amazon

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Found 17th Feb 2014
FREE Super Saver Delivery in the UK on orders over £10
Good price for not bad automotive 12V compressor.

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

The product is designed for use in conjunction with the vehicles DC socket which are rated at 10amps if an alternative supply is used the user should check it is rated at 10 amps.

21 Comments

This is a good price. Ring products are good quality. Heat added.

Auto Express magazine recommend the 'Ring Automotive RAC630 12 V Automatic Digital Compressor with LED Light'. £21.99 Amazon. More expensive I know but could be a better choice for some.

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Delivery is free with the super saver option.

I have the digital display one and can say that its a very good item so can only presume this is just as good!
Edited by: "asanchez" 17th Feb 2014

Thanks OP. Ordered for my wife's car.

i also have the digital version with light, which i would suggest as it's easier to use and the light is a lifesaver if needed at night

however this is a great price

Hey OP,

Great find and have some heat, ordered for my car!

Cheers

The gauge on mine is always inaccurate but I just use another pressure gauge afterwards to double check

I have one of these,bought it when it was on a special last time. it does the job and I have had no problems with it. heat OP


Jayo

The gauge on mine is always inaccurate but I just use another pressure … The gauge on mine is always inaccurate but I just use another pressure gauge afterwards to double check



will have to check this,as have'nt noticed this.
Edited by: "MRPRO_MO2012" 17th Feb 2014

These are very handy, i dont have this one. I have a Continental one that came with a the puncture gel stuff. Got rid of the gel and kept the pump. Has come in handy a few times to get the car to a garage when we have had slow punctures.

Also handy to keep tab on pressures. Hot at this price

Good price but had one last year and broke after 3 or 4 uses

Hmm, might need to get one. Slight flat tyre, went to use either of my two other pumps only to discover they are missing from the boot.

Not totally sure where they could have gone to either, perhaps to someone with a highly inflated opinion of themselves....

10% cheaper? Not to hot.

Original Poster

tfish

10% cheaper? Not to hot.


Well, then point us to much much cheaper deal and we will make it HOT.

Had one of these for the last four years. Constantly reads 2psi low, but never missed a beat. Good product.

Had one of these for a few years. Good screw on valve connector (which I much prefer to the push/lever ones) and 12V cable length not too mean.
Compared to my (cheap) digital gauge it's within 1-2psi. Can be a bit slow when reinflating from very flat, but fine for topping up.

Edited by: "mk-donald" 17th Feb 2014

worto03

Oh I voted hot before noticing that it's not the digital version - this … Oh I voted hot before noticing that it's not the digital version - this is the version I haveRing Automotive RAC630 12 V Automatic Digital Compressor with LED Light



It couldn't be hot if you don't have it. Thanks for always being there for us.

I have the analogue and digital one. Got the digital one because you set the pressure and it turns off when it is reached. The problem with the analogue was gauge was hard to read and did not turn off so you get slightly different tyre pressures.

You cannot knock the price but you may also need to get a digital pressure gauge !

Have one of these and is brilliant. Lasted for years. Buy one!
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