RING RAC635 Preset Digital Tyre Inflator Air Compressor Tyre @ Amazon (Free Delivery) - £31.96
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RING RAC635 Preset Digital Tyre Inflator Air Compressor Tyre @ Amazon (Free Delivery) - £31.96

£31.96£39.9920%Amazon Deals
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Found 7th AugEdited by:"anonymous..."
This award-winning digital tyre inflator is quiet and fast, inflating your car tyres in 3 minutes. A simple pre-set function and backlit display showing pressure in PSI, KPA and BAR makes this extremely easy to use The built in LED light makes it safer for you to use at night. Comes with 3 adaptors for bikes and other inflatables and a case. Inflates up to 100PSI.

Fast inflation: inflates car tyre in 3 minutes.

Preset function makes accurate inflation easy.

  • Deflates as well as inflates.
  • 3 minute inflation time.
  • Pressure up to 100 PSI.
  • 12V car socket operation.
  • Length of air hose 0.7 m.
  • Work light provided.
  • Push button operation.
  • Digital display.
  • Adaptor kit included.
  • Storage case.
  • Pre-set pressure mode.
  • Auto stop function.
  • Size H17.2, W20, D9.8cm.
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Also £31.99 in Argos or go for the analogue one from tool station for £16.87
I have this and it works really good. It was £19.99 on Amazon about 6 weeks ago which was an amazing bargain!
According to CamelCamelCamel, this is quite a high price. Normally around the £25 mark
ktm66612 m ago

Also £31.99 in Argos or go for the analogue one from tool station for …Also £31.99 in Argos or go for the analogue one from tool station for £16.87


Nope Argos doing it for £42.99

argos.co.uk/pro…373
anonymous...3 m ago

Nope Argos doing it for £42.99https://www.argos.co.uk/product/5426373


My mistake, I was looking at this one..... who have though one company would make so many types of tyre pumps!!

argos.co.uk/pro…782?cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59156%7Cacid:444-797-0832%7Ccid:189934405%7Cagid:18074225845%7Ctid:aud-144400486596:pla-101860811125%7Ccrid:77627770765%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:3619114147828993171%7Cdvc:m%7Cadp:1o3%7Cmt:%7Cloc:20343&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI4avzxevb3AIVArTtCh0Y2QisEAQYAyABEgLI6PD_BwE
Had a similar one for 20 quid. Shoddy quality. Didn't last.
Bought one a couple of years back from seller on Amazon. It died after about 6 months and maybe a dozen uses. Just displayed some error code on the LCD. Not impressed.
Laura.Palmer1 h, 15 m ago

Had a similar one for 20 quid. Shoddy quality. Didn't last.


These ring ones aren't "shoddy quality". They're great. Just don't think this price is low
i had this ring one and found it to be awful , we use the Michelin branded ones found in costco , and with a little bit of sugru they have lasted really well.
NAZ171 h, 8 m ago

i had this ring one and found it to be awful , we use the Michelin branded …i had this ring one and found it to be awful , we use the Michelin branded ones found in costco , and with a little bit of sugru they have lasted really well.


Eh?
NAZ171 h, 52 m ago

i had this ring one and found it to be awful , we use the Michelin branded …i had this ring one and found it to be awful , we use the Michelin branded ones found in costco , and with a little bit of sugru they have lasted really well.


Trigger's broom syndrome?
That deflated feeling
It was very good but didn't last. So now got a a cheap on from asda and so far very happy with that.
Ordered one they have good reviews never used one before
Let's see how things go
very high price paid just under £20 a good while ago from Amazon. cold
Paid a lot less on a lightning deal, put a 3 camels on it and wait if you're not in a rush. Nice compact size as I have managed to get this into a side panel out the way in my car.
I bought the older Ring RAC630 model back in 2012 for around £14 and found it very reliable. Had a slow puncture for last 3 years so gets used once every couple of weeks or so. Would've replaced the tyres but they are 255/40/R18 run flats and I cant justify the price when they still have quite a bit of tread left. It has been little to no hassle topping them up, but can't vouch that this newer RAC635 model is as reliable.
I have one of these. Paid less last year. Happy with it but every now and then it doesn't seem to stop when it reaches the desired pressure. Anyone else having this issue?
I remember there being a lot of reports of the digi display packing up on these. So i bought the cheaper analogue RAC610 one. Had it about 8 years now and still works fine. Was well worth £8.
When these are going they vibrate like hell, which is what i think kills a digi display.
My advice, buy the cheaper analogue one.
I have the older digital model, apart from losing the football adaptor everything still works great, don't think this is worth double the price I paid then. Unless you are in a hurry simply wait for it to drop again.
xboxden1 h, 3 m ago

I have one of these. Paid less last year. Happy with it but every now and …I have one of these. Paid less last year. Happy with it but every now and then it doesn't seem to stop when it reaches the desired pressure. Anyone else having this issue?


I set it a few PSI more as it drops once stopped on my 18" wheels, I have a decent analog pressure gauge I use after to get it spot on. My old RAC640 was more accurate but I wanted something smaller to leave in the car
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