Ring RAC610 Analogue Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor Tyre Pump, 4.5 Min Tyre Inflation, Valve Adaptors £9.99 prime / £14.74 non prime @ Amazon
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Ring RAC610 Analogue Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor Tyre Pump, 4.5 Min Tyre Inflation, Valve Adaptors £9.99 prime / £14.74 non prime @ Amazon

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Found 18th Dec 2017
  • FIRM FAVOURITE WITH REVIEWERS. Over 1000 positive Amazon reviews for this easy-to-use inflator.
  • FAST INFLATION. The RAC610 can inflate a 13" tyre to 35PSI in UNDER 4.5 MINUTES. It also comes with valve adaptors for use on bicycle tyres and balls.
  • EASY TO USE. Just one button - no complicated settings. Simply switch on to start inflation, and off when inflation is complete. It's that simple.
  • POWERED FROM YOUR VEHICLE. Plugs straight into your 12V DC socket (cigarette lighter), for easy tyre maintenance whether you're outside your home or travelling. It's small and stores neatly, with cable and hose clipping onto the unit.
  • SEE THE DIFFERENCE. Watch the video to see the RAC610 in action, and scroll down for more information on this popular inflator. 1000+ reviewers can't be wrong!
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If you dont have prime its £12.03p HERE.
Edited by moderator: "link fix" 18th Dec 2017
I’ve got a similar one and it just stopped working. Same brand. Just a digital one.
Good one but I bought the digital one after having the analogue for accuracy. Was more expensive but both are still working
Edited by: "kzlbfx" 18th Dec 2017
It seems to broadly sell in that price range.


I'm on the lookout for a mains fed one with a bit more power. If anyone has seen a cheap one then please let me know!
Great little unit this, bought one a while back and used it a few times. Small and compact, perfect really.
Jonmurgie2 m ago

Great little unit this, bought one a while back and used it a few times. …Great little unit this, bought one a while back and used it a few times. Small and compact, perfect really.


loud though isnt it
Have one in my boot, great little thing! Only thing it's very loud!
joxeruk200037 m ago

I’ve got a similar one and it just stopped working. Same brand. Just a d …I’ve got a similar one and it just stopped working. Same brand. Just a digital one.


Every Ring product I've ever had has basically fallen to bits. I've moved on.
Ordered the next one up at £18 this weekend with the digital display.

Used it yesterday and worked like a dream.
EndemicAlarm25 m ago

Every Ring product I've ever had has basically fallen to bits. I've moved …Every Ring product I've ever had has basically fallen to bits. I've moved on.


Got one from screwfix a while back don’t think it ever worked got my money back
Takes forever to pump
I've had the digital one for around 2 years, it's taken a bashing and it's still working well.
neversay18th Dec

It seems to broadly sell in that price range.[Image] I'm on the lookout …It seems to broadly sell in that price range.[Image] I'm on the lookout for a mains fed one with a bit more power. If anyone has seen a cheap one then please let me know!



amazon.co.uk/P-I…TF8
about £34 delivered after promo discount

mains fed ones seem to be a lot more expensive - its cheaper to buy a 12v one & buy an adapter than can supply enough power eg
ebay.co.uk/itm…LQs

I never use these 'portable' ones for car tyres anymore as most just dont seem to last very long due to the extra strain placed on the motor - Ive found they are OK for things like bicycle tyres & airbeds though
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 29th Dec 2017
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