Ring Automotive RAC640 12V Automatic Digital Air Compressor and Inflator / Deflator with LED Light Suitable for Car Tyres, Air Beds & other leisure accessories @ Amazon - £22.27
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Ring Automotive RAC640 12V Automatic Digital Air Compressor and Inflator / Deflator with LED Light Suitable for Car Tyres, Air Beds & other leisure accessories @ Amazon - £22.27

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Found 1st May 2014
Been looking for a digital air compressor just to have in the boot of the car and been looking at this, seems around £10 or so cheaper than elsewhere and gets favorable reviews on amazon.

Cheapest it's been from the camel: uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Rin…D78

Digital Air Compressor + Inflator & Deflator
12v Air Compressor for tyre inflation and inflator, suitable for air beds & other leisure accessories.
Preset pressure mode with automatic cut off.
Built in white light for night time illumination.
Handy storage case and a tyre deflation valve.
Inflates a tyre to 35psi in under 3 min.
Pressure gauge in PSI, bar, kg/cm2 & KPA.
Complete with 6 piece adapter kit for bike, air beds and other inflatables.
Inflates a single air bed in 30 seconds
Product Dimensions (mm): H 280 x W 270 x D 125

Weight (kg): 1.847

Voltage: 12v

Watts: 85w

ringautomotive.co.uk/uk/…640

Halfords £39.99 - halfords.com/web…241

eurocarparts £34.99 - eurocarparts.com/ecp…905

6 Comments

I can't believe this deal is cold.

It should be HOT!

the screw on valve seems to be the downfall of this.

LOWEST ever according to camel.. Hot deal and purchased

GoNz017

the screw on valve seems to be the downfall of this.



I know this post is two years old but I was just about to buy one of these and wondering why a screw on valve is the downfall. Surely it is better than the push-on type found on cheaper units. If you could explain, that would be very helpful! Thanks.

It's hard to unscrew without losing more air than a clip on type. best way for me is to push down on the hose as you unscrew and when you hear air pull back and that's normally enough. tbh I put a few psi extra in and use my draper dial gauge to get the right pressure.

GoNz017

It's hard to unscrew without losing more air than a clip on type. best … It's hard to unscrew without losing more air than a clip on type. best way for me is to push down on the hose as you unscrew and when you hear air pull back and that's normally enough. tbh I put a few psi extra in and use my draper dial gauge to get the right pressure.



Thanks for that. I was looking at the RAC630 and 635 as well so just deciding which one to get.
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