Ring Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor plus Valve Adaptors £10.99 delivered @ Amazon prime (£15.70 non-Prime)
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Ring Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor plus Valve Adaptors £10.99 delivered @ Amazon prime (£15.70 non-Prime)

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Found 15th Jan
  • 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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Where's the deal? It's pretty much the average price on Amazon...

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Edited by: "neversay" 15th Jan
Brilliant. Had one of these for over 2yrs and used it a lot on my old car. Never let me down and still going strong. Well worth the price.
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Brilliant. Had one of these for over 2yrs and used it a lot on my old car. Never let me down and still going strong. Well worth the price.
These are good. My last one is in the back of a C class crunched inside the boot.
Be careful if you're thinking of this for a motorbike. As far as I know the Schrader nozzle screws on to the tyre valve in-line. What is better is a right angled connector.
Where's the deal? It's pretty much the average price on Amazon...

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Edited by: "neversay" 15th Jan
Excellent bit of kit, I've been using one over the last two years on various slow punctures. Fantastic value at this price.
Had mine for almost 4 years, used monthly and hasn't skipped a bear, excellent bit of kit
Does this also have mains power functionality?
Seems a bit strange to advertise it as being of use for bikes, prams etc. If it has to be used via a car 12v socket.
This is an excellent bit of kit as I also own one. But where is the deal? I bought mine from amazon about 2 months ago for 10.95 and that is still 5p cheaper than this post.
doggboy105 m ago

Does this also have mains power functionality?Seems a bit strange to …Does this also have mains power functionality?Seems a bit strange to advertise it as being of use for bikes, prams etc. If it has to be used via a car 12v socket.


I use mine for my bike tyres, I just park up next to my car so I can use the 12v socket.
manishman1 h, 20 m ago

This is an excellent bit of kit as I also own one. But where is the deal? …This is an excellent bit of kit as I also own one. But where is the deal? I bought mine from amazon about 2 months ago for 10.95 and that is still 5p cheaper than this post.


4p!
Prime - so I can't buy it for £10.99 without getting into a blackmail deal with tax avoiding Amazon. Cold!
Besford34 m ago

Prime - so I can't buy it for £10.99 without getting into a blackmail deal …Prime - so I can't buy it for £10.99 without getting into a blackmail deal with tax avoiding Amazon. Cold!


Nope, you just need to spend over £20 for free delivery. As per standard Amazon pricing for the last year or so. Unfortunately free delivery from most stores for small value items is a thing of the past
Besford2 h, 24 m ago

Prime - so I can't buy it for £10.99 without getting into a blackmail deal …Prime - so I can't buy it for £10.99 without getting into a blackmail deal with tax avoiding Amazon. Cold!



Don't blame amazon for tax avoidance. It's our Government which is at fault. The new EU rules coming in require tax to be paid in the country where profit is made. We will not benefit from those rules after Brexit and our Government is definately not interested tio collect taxes from large companies.
I've had one of these for several years still going strong. Not regular use though.
Mine lasted 3 tyres...
Northerndave10 h, 51 m ago

Nope, you just need to spend over £20 for free delivery. As per standard …Nope, you just need to spend over £20 for free delivery. As per standard Amazon pricing for the last year or so. Unfortunately free delivery from most stores for small value items is a thing of the past


This isn't over £20. Point remains absolutely valid!
Besford2 h, 22 m ago

This isn't over £20. Point remains absolutely valid!


No it doesn't. You can buy this for £10.99........

...and then pay Delivery to get it to you, like most large internet retailers

.... no need for any blackmail deals at all
kalico17 h, 10 m ago

Be careful if you're thinking of this for a motorbike. As far as I know …Be careful if you're thinking of this for a motorbike. As far as I know the Schrader nozzle screws on to the tyre valve in-line. What is better is a right angled connector.



Correct, they are OK on larger spoked wheels like on the Honda Cub, but on 10/13 inch scooters a real faff even on 16 inch scooter wheels (Piaggio BV series), although I always swap valve stems on any bike for 90 degree ones for ease where I can (obviously on the cub I couldn't even if I wanted due to being tubed tyres). Spoken from experience. They are do-able but in the cold/wet its not a pleasant experience. Cant comment on how good these are for a car tyres as I haven't tried it yet, on the bike though these are quite handy (if you have the right valves) as they are compact and fit under the seat, I replaced the plug with gator grips on mine.
Rubbish quality. I've had two. Each only lasted a few months. Save your money and get a Viair
Northerndave2 h, 7 m ago

No it doesn't. You can buy this for £10.99...........and then pay Delivery …No it doesn't. You can buy this for £10.99...........and then pay Delivery to get it to you, like most large internet retailers.... no need for any blackmail deals at all


So P&P money is not real money? Post another deal without postage and it isn't allowed on here. Are you being deliberately dense or is it real?
I've had 2 of these and both lasted only a few weeks
Mine is still going strong after 4 years. Like all things you can end up with lemons, or if you are rough with it or use it heavily it wont last as long. But these are miles better than those awful cylinder shaped ones you get at petrol stations.

Btw if a 12v tyre inflator of any type stops working you can usually fix it by replacing the 10amp glass fuse in the plug.

Besford2 h, 15 m ago

So P&P money is not real money? Post another deal without postage and it …So P&P money is not real money? Post another deal without postage and it isn't allowed on here. Are you being deliberately dense or is it real?


I'm not sure who's being dense, but, to me it's a good deal irrespective of semantics. I bought one of these for a lot more over 5 years ago and still going strong. Thanks OP. Getting a spare for the wife.
zggb0b3 m ago

I'm not sure who's being dense, but, to me it's a good deal irrespective …I'm not sure who's being dense, but, to me it's a good deal irrespective of semantics. I bought one of these for a lot more over 5 years ago and still going strong. Thanks OP. Getting a spare for the wife.


Now if you and Besford could just get together and order a couple he wouldn't have anything to complain about
zggb0b23 m ago

I'm not sure who's being dense, but, to me it's a good deal irrespective …I'm not sure who's being dense, but, to me it's a good deal irrespective of semantics. I bought one of these for a lot more over 5 years ago and still going strong. Thanks OP. Getting a spare for the wife.


I'm sure!

If £15.70 is a good deal for you, that's fine. But yes, you appear to be missing the point (deliberately or otherwise). Let me spell this out: YOU CANNOT BUY ONE FOR £10.99! You have to pay ~£9/month Prime or buy more stuff to take it over £20. This issue exists for all these Prime deals and others. I don't know why it's allowed on HUKD; it's inconsistent.
The point I'm making that it's a good deal for me and many others, as I CAN BUY ONE FOR £10.99 NOT £15.70.... if it's not a good deal for you, then just move on and stop making a song and dance about it.
If anyone needs one and doesn't want to pay postage I don't mind ordering it I have prime.
Lots of people have Prime membership and are grateful for Prime deals being listed here. Other deals which are limited to specific groups (pensioners, students, retention deals with TV and Mobile companies, etc) are frequently listed. It's not a problem as long as it is clear in the title. Not listing such deals would be a daft move as for many people would miss out on what is for them, a hot deal. Which I believe, is the point of the site?
pet200016th Jan

Don't blame amazon for tax avoidance. It's our Government which is at …Don't blame amazon for tax avoidance. It's our Government which is at fault. The new EU rules coming in require tax to be paid in the country where profit is made. We will not benefit from those rules after Brexit and our Government is definately not interested tio collect taxes from large companies.



totally agree, amazon take advantage but the fault lies with our government. And our government seems rather pally with people who like avoiding their taxes. heat from me op
Ideally have the car ticking over when you use this.
It's also slow to pump a car tyre and struggles to do high PSI's. Great though for other things like bikes and balls and emergencies.
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Great product but the pressure needs checking and this is the 'double check' I swear by:

TireTek Premium Tyre Pressure Gauge - Large Dial amazon.co.uk/dp/…KE6
Besford16th Jan

So P&P money is not real money? Post another deal without postage and it …So P&P money is not real money? Post another deal without postage and it isn't allowed on here. Are you being deliberately dense or is it real?


Strangely enough some people actually don't count postage as within cost of the item not sure why as I was talking to a guy who told me he got a certain item for a really good price only too find out postage made up like 50% percent of the cost like this deal.
They are handy but I’d go for one with a digital display
the compressor uses components made from cheap cast alloy, they get very hot and fall apart eventually. The nozzle on the airline is poor quality too.

Can't argue for occasional use though.
Great deal bought the same one a week ago for £17. Wish I had waited.
Had two of these and both failed, I wouldn't recommend them
Ok but I think I would go for a preset auto version.
Bought for fiver in Tesco Surrey Quays couple of months ago, they had full cage of them and they looked pretty cheap. Wouldn't expect much, but surprisingly it's the fastest compressor I've ever had (I broke 4 recently,the one before them from Sainsbury's and lasted me good 10 years btw). Tenner still good price for this particular one.
Edited by: "_hukdealer_" 19th Jan
chadders0626 m ago

Great deal bought the same one a week ago for £17. Wish I had waited.


I know it sounds nasty, but you can buy this one and return the new one to store you bought if from. No one gets hurt. Most of them have 13-30 days return policy...
I have got the "digital" version of it(in my opinion it would not make any difference to the performance) for fair few years now and it is super. Buy if you do not have one, saved my bacon many times.
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