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Ring RAC610 12V Analogue Tyre Inflator, Air Compressor Tyre Pump £11 at Amazon(+£4.49 non prime)
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Ring RAC610 12V Analogue Tyre Inflator, Air Compressor Tyre Pump £11 at Amazon(+£4.49 non prime)

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Posted 10th Jul
Handy and compact, a good buy at this price point.
3 piece adaptor kit for bikes and small inflatables.

  • 4.5 minute inflation time.
  • Pressure up to 100 PSI.
  • 12V car socket operation.
  • Length of air hose 0.48 m.
  • Push button operation.
  • Analogue display.
  • Adaptor kit included.
  • Pre-set pressure mode.
  • Size H14.7, W16.9, D8.6cm.
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nav9910/07/2019 11:19

Any good?


Agree with Op does the job, got a second one for our other car. Don’t use it all the time but in emergencies it’s perfect. Someone said on previous posts theirs didn’t last long but they were using it multiple times a week for a year, if it gets to that stage you need to fix the puncture
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Any good?
nav9910/07/2019 11:19

Any good?


Does the job, got one and never failed
Same price at Argos
nav9910/07/2019 11:19

Any good?


Agree with Op does the job, got a second one for our other car. Don’t use it all the time but in emergencies it’s perfect. Someone said on previous posts theirs didn’t last long but they were using it multiple times a week for a year, if it gets to that stage you need to fix the puncture
Looks like the pre-set pressure mode is only on the more expensive digital version.
nav9910/07/2019 11:19

Any good?


Yeah, they are actually quite quick in comparison to other models. I also used it to blow up the kids swimming pool
I've just converted from the digital version of this to one of the cordless 12V battery types which was about £28 delivered. Build quality isn't great but I have to say it is so much easier to use than a corded version and will encourage me to check my pressures more often.
Great price, hope it doesn't go up due to inflation
Edited by: "wmiott" 10th Jul
Had this one for years, got it for a fiver when filling up at the petrol station one time. Still working to this day and must have used it over a hundred times easily
Had this exact model since 2016 and still going strong
Thanks guys
Got both analogue and digital versions, digital is much quicker and has the handy preset pressure but other than that it will do the job
Returned.. the pump in these is slower than a foot pump
jeffjack10/07/2019 20:23

Returned.. the pump in these is slower than a foot pump


Depends how quick your foot is!!!
Does this have the annoying screw-on type connector? I've had those in the past and by the time I've unscrewed it off my tyres would always lose a fair bit of air! Prefer to have the flip type connectors where you can remove it a bit quicker
goldenarches10/07/2019 22:46

Does this have the annoying screw-on type connector? I've had those in the …Does this have the annoying screw-on type connector? I've had those in the past and by the time I've unscrewed it off my tyres would always lose a fair bit of air! Prefer to have the flip type connectors where you can remove it a bit quicker


Screw connector. I doubt you take more than 5 seconds to remove it so it won’t loose much air at all. If you do then you must have fingers like a pack of Cumberland sausages!
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