Ring RAC635 Digital Tyre Inflator £26.34 @ Amazon
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Ring RAC635 Digital Tyre Inflator £26.34 @ Amazon

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Found 10th Dec 2017
Ring RAC635 Preset Digital Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor Tyre Pump, 3 Min Tyre Inflation, LED Light, Carry Case, Valve Adaptors **AUTO EXPRESS DOUBLE AWARD WINNER**
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Cheapest I've seen this for a few months now.
not the best not the worst

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Wilco £5 does the same job - cold
deleted19950910th Dec 2017

Wilco £5 does the same job - cold


It'd help if you put a link to whatever you're referring to.
gsj876 m ago

It'd help if you put a link to whatever you're referring to.


Doesnt appear to be anything on Wilco website to match the desription either so seems they were talking nonsense
This is a good inflator. £5 ones do not do the job. Must say I paid less. But, if you need one you should be well satisfied with thiß.
I have this model. Bought it never expecting it to be so good. Pumps up anything so quickly, it's embarrassing. I feel I'm always showing off when I lend it to someone, as if, somehow, I always buy the best. I'm not exaggerating - it is awesomely quick!! Absolutely no idea why technically. Would never go back to the basic pumps I've had most of my life.
RossC911 h, 5 m ago

Doesnt appear to be anything on Wilco website to match the desription …Doesnt appear to be anything on Wilco website to match the desription either so seems they were talking nonsense


Exactly what i thought
Like how you can set the pressure to auto turn off when gets to the right psi/bar.
Thanks, bought!
This is a great bit of kit. I have this model and it's well worth it. Heat.
Edited by: "dannyjones106" 11th Dec 2017
Has anyone else experienced this?

'As at least one reviewer has already mentioned, this unit, while it is fairly straightforward to use, has blown the fuses on both the 12V points on my car (2014 BMW 5 series). Although I do not use the 12V to charge my mobile phone, I could imagine that anyone who does would not want to risk losing their 12V if they found themselves broken down in a remote area.'

Slightly skeptical about buying if this happens often..
I got this as a gift and it's very inaccurate and you lose air when detaching it. I do not recommend it.
Poor quality, brought 2 when they were about £15.
If you get one, don't rely on the digital gauge. They are not calibrated. Had one, was a couple of PSI out (checked against a garage for court air line and a digital tyre pressure gauge). They sent me another one under warranty and that's 4 PSI out. At least once you know how inaccurate it is you can set it 4 PSI higher and it reads consistently, just double check with a separate gauge.
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