Ring RAC630 Automatic Digital Tyre Inflator with case - £22.65 @ Amazon
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Ring RAC630 Automatic Digital Tyre Inflator with case - £22.65 @ Amazon

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Found 15th Jul 2012
Gets 5* reviews on Halfords site but they're looking £35 for the same one. I used one the other day and very impressive. Cheaper than the cheapest on ebay too.

Product Description

This digital compressor can inflate a fully deflated car tyre in under 3 minutes. It has an air flow rate of 28-30L/Min. Built in white light for direction and red light for alert/SOS. Fitted with a fused 12v power plug and 3.2m power cord (approx). Flexiable air hose 53cm(approx) with screw stem connector.Deflation valveSeparate pump and light switches. CE approved

Box Contains
1 x digital compressor
1x carry case
3x ball adaptors
1 x Instuction leaflet

22 Comments

I've owned one of these for a year or so and can confirm it is an excellent piece of kit. I think I paid a couple of quid less than thus, but this does appear to be the cheapest price at present and is well worth the money so have some heat.
Edited by: "blowbrown" 15th Jul 2012

Pity power cord wasnt longer 12v socket is in boot of my new vw golf

This one is only £20.95 at Gizoo with free delivery if anyone wants to save a bit extra. It has good reviews although I have no knowledge of Gizoo as a retailer though.
Edited by: "SmokeBomb" 15th Jul 2012

Original Poster

SmokeBomb

This one is only £20.95 at Gizoo with free delivery if anyone wants to … This one is only £20.95 at Gizoo with free delivery if anyone wants to save a bit extra. It has good reviews although I have no knowledge of Gizoo as a retailer though.



Just to clarify, its not the same unit, just looks similar. Looks like a cheap chinese import copy, but no doubt does the job.

LOUGHBORO GUY

Pity power cord wasnt longer 12v socket is in boot of my new vw golf



no fag lighter on dashboard?

Just ordered the Ring version from Amazon myself. I have 2 slow punctures at the moment and my foot pump (a crap £4 Aldi one) has just broken. Love the fact that you can set the pressure and it cuts off once it reaches it.

not bad, but the analogue version is only £10 and does the same job at the end of the day, don't really need a light or auto cut off, not enough to pay an extra £12 for anyway.

LOUGHBORO GUY

Pity power cord wasnt longer 12v socket is in boot of my new vw golf



My 61 reg Golf and my previous 59 reg has a lighter in the ash tray compartment. I'd be surprised if yours doesn't

Great item,have Ring 600 and very happy with it. Far better than others on the market.Inflates tyres fast.

As regards Gizoo, there's 11% cashback at TCB

useless_57

My 61 reg Golf and my previous 59 reg has a lighter in the ash tray … My 61 reg Golf and my previous 59 reg has a lighter in the ash tray compartment. I'd be surprised if yours doesn't

ive found it under a pop up cover cheers

pgilc1

Just to clarify, its not the same unit, just looks similar. Looks like a … Just to clarify, its not the same unit, just looks similar. Looks like a cheap chinese import copy, but no doubt does the job.



It is the same unit, they are re badged under different brands

would recommend this!

Original Poster

deanos

It is the same unit, they are re badged under different brands


deanos

It is the same unit, they are re badged under different brands



Its seriously not - doesnt even look the same.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41xk0ilBDnL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

http://www.gizoo.co.uk/Images/Products/DigitalTyreCompressor/hero.jpg

Original Poster

lju

This might be the same: … This might be the same: http://shop.theaa.com/store/emergency/tyre-compressor-12-v-digital £20 delivered.



Again, thats the same as the other one - its NOT made by Ring - looks like a cheap copy.

Original Poster

jtalep

not bad, but the analogue version is only £10 and does the same job at … not bad, but the analogue version is only £10 and does the same job at the end of the day, don't really need a light or auto cut off, not enough to pay an extra £12 for anyway.



Never really used the light much but the auto stop is handy.

jtalep

not bad, but the analogue version is only £10 and does the same job at … not bad, but the analogue version is only £10 and does the same job at the end of the day, don't really need a light or auto cut off, not enough to pay an extra £12 for anyway.



Thanks, looking for a replacement for the present slow, noisy and ancient Halfords pump I currently use but don't want to splash out £20+.

Sorry yes they do look different they have updated the design , but they used to be that design as i have a Ring one in that design, the internals will be identical still as the button layout and screen is the same

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51zZLlm7eAL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

Original Poster

deanos

Sorry yes they do look different they have updated the design , but they … Sorry yes they do look different they have updated the design , but they used to be that design as i have a Ring one in that design, the internals will be identical still as the button layout and screen is the same



Thats a Ring RAC600, not a Ring RAC630 - its a different model.

The RAC600 has a flow rate of 25L/min, the RAC630 had a flow rate of 30L/min, also the 630 is quieter than the 600, hence the difference in price.

My order just got cancelled
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