Ring RAC610 Analogue Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor £10.95 prime / £15.70 non prime @ AmazonUK
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Ring RAC610 Analogue Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor £10.95 prime / £15.70 non prime @ AmazonUK

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Found 5th Feb
My Ring has just let me down, after many years of faithful service.

My old Ring wasn't pushing out like it used to, so I've replaced it with this analogue version.

This one also comes with 3 Ball adapters.

DescriptionProduct DescriptionAn analogue compressor can inflate a fully-deflated car tyre in under 4.5 minutes. It has an air flow rate of 18-20 L/min. Fitted with a fused 12 V power plug and a 2.9 m power cord (approx). Flexible air hose 48 cm (approx.) with screw stem connector. CE-approved.

The product is designed for use in conjunction with the vehicle's DC socket rated at A. If an alternative supply is used, the user should check that it is rated at 10 A.


Box Contains
1 x analogue compressor
3 x ball adaptors
1 x instruction manual
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Thanks @DADSCAB
I own one it's good quality
Great deal. Literally everyone should keep one of these in the boot.
Heat if only for the Ring connotations lol
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I know It's been cheaper in the past, but I need it ASAP as the wife's DeLorean's got a slow puncher.
I have the digital version of this and I'd never go back to cheaper version of compressor. I had this analogue version before and it was solid also
Edited by: "PavB" 5th Feb
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dossdes20 m ago

Heat if only for the Ring connotations lol


I have no idea what you are talking about.
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I've had one of these for a few months now, and so far so good. Unlike its digital sister this one inflates to above 42 PSI, and is thus useful for bicycle tyres as well. Good deal !

Pity about Amazon's £20 minimum order for free delivery. Always possible to opt for a month's free prime trial as I did. I cancelled before the end, only to be offered another month free.
ozodimal1 h, 50 m ago

I've had one of these for a few months now, and so far so good. Unlike its …I've had one of these for a few months now, and so far so good. Unlike its digital sister this one inflates to above 42 PSI, and is thus useful for bicycle tyres as well. Good deal !Pity about Amazon's £20 minimum order for free delivery. Always possible to opt for a month's free prime trial as I did. I cancelled before the end, only to be offered another month free.


Digital goes up to 120 PSI.

Under "Technical Specification": amazon.co.uk/dp/…5_t
Great compressor ordered one few weeks ago when on offer
ozodimal2 h, 28 m ago

I've had one of these for a few months now, and so far so good. Unlike its …I've had one of these for a few months now, and so far so good. Unlike its digital sister this one inflates to above 42 PSI, and is thus useful for bicycle tyres as well. Good deal !Pity about Amazon's £20 minimum order for free delivery. Always possible to opt for a month's free prime trial as I did. I cancelled before the end, only to be offered another month free.


Can’t you just order this and a pre-order game or similar to go over the £20 and once smaller item is despatched then cancel the pre-order?

ive had one of these for around 6 months. Takes a while on a car tyre but works great, good for bicycle tyres also.
Edited by: "A2DY_" 5th Feb
nice,ordered one
can you set it for 32 psi and it tells you when it's done, or do you have to watch a dial and stop when it gets there?
This is good for price and money

Bought one a few months ago, last week I found my car had one manufacture supplied in the boot for my run flat tires. So check if you actually need one.

Freebie tip: free air at Sainsbury Petrol stations hotukdeals.com/dea…385
EndemicAlarm2 h, 7 m ago

Digital goes up to 120 PSI.Under "Technical Specification": …Digital goes up to 120 PSI.Under "Technical Specification": https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000UPEHJU?ref=emc_b_5_t


Well I bought the OP one because the previous digital one packed up completely. Previous to that it had consistently stopped inflating at 42 PSI as though deliberately. Perhaps it was faulty, it certainly ended up that way!

As to the buy two and cancel one routine, A2DY, perhaps that is why the minm order was raised from £10 to £20 for free delivery in the first place? Not my way, and a habit of doing so might affect you eventually. I will simply return to buying elsewhere for lesser value orders when the Prime runs out.
Edited by: "ozodimal" 5th Feb
ozodimal2 m ago

Well I bought the OP one because the previous digital one packed up …Well I bought the OP one because the previous digital one packed up completely. Previous to that it had consistently stopped inflating at 42 PSI as though deliberately. Perhaps it was faulty, it certainly ended up that way!As to the buy two and send one back routine, A2DY, perhaps that is why the minm order was raised from £10 to £20 for free delivery in the first place? Not my way, and a habit of doing so might affect you eventually. I will simply return to buying elsewhere for lesser value orders when the Prime runs out.


Every Ring product I ever bought has stopped working properly or entirely or simply fallen to bits. I bought the digital one because it was a Which Best Buy, I'm real nervous. I certainly wouldn't buy an even more bargainous product of theirs but who knows, maybe it'll be simpler and tougher. Hope one of us wins out.
Mrs Brown has a well used ring

on her finger.
A friend had one torn out while he was in prison. Good to know he can get a new ring for less.
I have supplied with my civic. Great for topping up the air
Absolute bargain. I use one of these weekly to deal with a slow puncture. That’s a lot 50p saved by not going to the garage! Heat!
Good price but even with very basic and infrequent use these never last so 50p from a petrol station if found is better option
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obsydian1 h, 49 m ago

Good price but even with very basic and infrequent use these never last so …Good price but even with very basic and infrequent use these never last so 50p from a petrol station if found is better option


A couple of years ago me and the misses were driving down the M40 on our way to Gatwick airport, when we were overtaken buy an estate car that had an almost flat back tyre, TBH the bloke was driving like a bit of a Nimrod.

But we noticed that they were a family with young children in the back seats.

So we put the hammer down and flashed them up, when we got along side, the wife told him that one of his rear tyres was almost flat and he pulled over onto the hard shoulder, We also pulled over.

He was a bit shocked when he saw his tyre and how low it was, I asked him if he had a pump and he said that he didn't, so I got my Ring out and pumped his tyre up for him, and not a petrol station in sight.

The bloke and missus were were very grateful and we felt better for possibly averting something awful.
Edited by: "DADSCAB" 5th Feb
InTheKnow4449 h, 17 m ago

can you set it for 32 psi and it tells you when it's done, or do you have …can you set it for 32 psi and it tells you when it's done, or do you have to watch a dial and stop when it gets there?


This analogue one you have to watch and stop it manually. The digital ones tend to have the 'set and leave' function
Great deal, awesome pics of kit. Think of all the 20 pences you will save!
carolynoliver6th Feb

This analogue one you have to watch and stop it manually. The digital ones …This analogue one you have to watch and stop it manually. The digital ones tend to have the 'set and leave' function


I've had a digital Ring RAC630 for about 4 years now, never let me down (and I work on cars a lot) - Will blow a flat up in no time and stops at exactly the pressure you want. Unscrew the cap carefully and unlike manual pumps no air is lost. Rea godsend! As for pumping up on a forecourt, not much use if a petrol station is not near when you want one. It's little money (well mine was £19.89 delivered on amazon, just checked my account - I have had it longer than I thought as I bought it 31 Jan 2012 - so much for those saying it's unreliable. Noisy yes, but unreliable, no!
Pay the extra for the best! Keep in the boot, you won't regret it.
Will this inflate bike tyres with a Presta valves, or just the Schrader (car tyre style) valves?
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JDPower9 h, 19 m ago

Will this inflate bike tyres with a Presta valves, or just the Schrader …Will this inflate bike tyres with a Presta valves, or just the Schrader (car tyre style) valves?


I've had a look, but can't find anything regarding the Presta valves.
DADSCAB9th Feb

I've had a look, but can't find anything regarding the Presta valves.



Thanks anyway
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