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VonHaus Digital Tyre Inflator Cordless Handheld Air Compressor / Automatic Pump £26.99 domu-uk Ebay
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
This isn't just a 10% deal as they have ALSO been reduced by £10 These really aren't bad and for this money a steal.Set the pressure and leave it to do its thing. Digital readout… Read more

There's no presta valve adaptor (skeptical)


Anyone know if this would be able to re-inflate car tyres from, say, 10 PSI up to 30 PSI? Or by top-up does it literally mean just add a few PSI every few weeks to get back to the recommended pressure, and for anything more you're heading to the petrol station? Thanks.


It just pumped up 6 tyres to around 34 to 38 PSI. Suggest if your needs are for higher pressures then I cant vouch for that. You can always return for a refund if not, cant you.


Thanks. Ordered


This has a max pressure: 125 PSI?! Can you vouch @rizla01as that's a crazy max from a handheld air pump!

Universal 12 Volt Air Compressor - £4.99 with free delvery from MyMemory
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
This portable air compressor is powered by a 12v standard cigarette socket. Fitted with on off switch & pressure gauge. It comes with a pump adapter so it is suitable for … Read more
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Don't they have fuses in the new cars then ?


Next time jack the car up to take the weight off the wheel.


thank you


Argos I believe ...


Out of stock

Ring RAC610 12V Analogue Tyre Inflator, Air Compressor Tyre Pump £10.95@ amazon delivered free for prime , or £4.49 delivery
Found 30th SepFound 30th Sep
needed a tyre pump , saw this on amazon thought it was an excellent kit for the price Plugs straight into your 12V DC socket (cigarette lighter socket) contains: 1 x analogue com… Read more

I've had mine a few years but I think it's kaput now on the 4th tyre I was inflating from 10psi to 35 Air began escaping from inside the unit. I think I burned it out.


Ditto... Heap of crap


Don't waste your money on this. Used no more than 4 times and stopped working. Think it rattled itself to destruction. Opened it up but still couldn't get it to run. The squealing off it was probable cause.


Had the digital version.. For 4 odd years.. Works perfectly.


I have several of these still in boxes because my original one from over 6 years ago still works fine. Some are just unlucky I think. These are the best inflators below £20.

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Car bits (in-store Asda) -  car air compressor reduced to £2.50  , seat protector to £2.29 and chamois to 63p
LocalLocalFound 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Trotting round my local asda (Boston) for a few bits, none of which were car related, ended up down that way anyway! Found the car air compressor reduced to £2.50 was £9.00, seat p… Read more
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Yazoo for 50p as well!! Heat


Ring Tyre compressor - £6.25 (reduced to clear) instore @ Tesco Osterley
LocalLocalFound 4th SepFound 4th Sep
Ring analogue tyre compressor spotted at Tesco Osterley. usually around £12.00.
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The irony is strong with this one


Wish they'd throw in a Ferrari at around this price! Pointless comment!


Wish they done the digital one at around this price


I got one of these from Tesco Cradley heath yesterday for £10 also in the clearance. Gutted


Got one of these. Works a treat ;)

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Air Compressor 2HP 24L @ JTF for £47.99 delivery £4.99 total £52.98
Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
Was looking for a compressor and found this generic 2HP compressor in JTF Delivery £4.99 TCB 5%
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£5 off £50 spend with code 5OFF50


Donegal I know it well. So they say.


OK. Maybe Ulster this time would take a wee bit longer. Antrim, Armagh, Cavan, Derry, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Monaghan and Tyrone.


Expired? Shows £95 for me. My wife does reupholstery and has used her Bandit 4 (8Litre i think?) for years without issue.

Aldi Workzone Airbrush Compressor Online Exclusive Sale £44.99 - FREE DEL
Found 29th AugFound 29th Aug
Great compressor. Good reviews and a fantastic price. FREE delivery as over £20. Also includes a 3 year warranty. I recommend getting a cheap gravity fed air brush for better resu… Read more

Is exactly what I said !


Because you are not 100% correct. You are correct that it doesn't come with a tank but you are incorrect about it not shutting off. It has a built in regulator and gauge, when it gets to a suitable pressure, it will turn itself off. It will only continue to run whilst in use to try and retain the pressure but will always shut off when not being used. Appreciate the input but please try to be accurate in future when making comments.


errr, why ?


Do you have this model or used it?


It doesn't have a tank, so runs all the time you are using it.... what you are describing is one WITH a tank.

Auto Xs Analogue Air Compressor £7.99 @Aldi instore
LocalLocalFound 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Portable and easy to use, this Auto Xs Analogue Air Compressor is a handy device to keep in the boot of your car. Helping to ensure your tyres are always at the right pressure, mak… Read more

Home bargains do one for a £5 er but doesn’t have the light ...... comes with all the adaptors


Bought this last year, had to strip it apart and grease it properly 😋 before it would inflate anything. Made by 'Ring' Automotive... Not overly impressed, but works fine now.


I prefer digital air but analogue will do in an emergency.


Good price, but five and a half minute to inflate the tyre!!!!


Brilliant. Was looking for one of these at a decent price. Thanks for posting

RING RAC635 Preset Digital Tyre Inflator Air Compressor Tyre @ Amazon (Free Delivery) - £31.96
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
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 BA… Read more
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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


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.


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 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 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.

Streetwize 12V 150psi Digital Air Compressor £16.99 delivered @ argos
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
12V 150psi Digital Air CompressorThis simple to use air compressor automatically cuts off when the pre selected pressure level is reachedIt is ideal for inflating tyres and other i… Read more
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Not this exact make but looks identical and almost certainly made in the some far eastern factory


One of the problems with 12 volt tyre inflators is that they can be very slow. They say this one has a flow rate of only 15 litres per minute. Many other inflators claim to have a much higher flow rate. If the claims are even remotely accurate, this one is going to be very slow.


I have had mine since about 2005 although it was originally branded challenge Extreme, works as it should, I keep it in the boot of my car.


I've also have one that looks identical to this unit for a lot of years, possibly 10; and like Baz8755 says, set the pressure and the pump does the rest. I also agree that usually this sort of pump is tat and useless, how ever it was on offer at Asda and I needed one at the time, and it's worked fine, so never replaced it. But I think (ain't checked; that it is Ring and not Streetwise)


Yeah I am pretty confident inflating a tyre, it was a faulty unit which put me off this brand. You have this exact one for 10 years? As this brand is only pretty new

Air Compressor - 2.45hp 24L 103/260L/min - £49.99 instore @ LIDL
LocalLocalFound 25th JulFound 25th Jul
Lidl New Oscott (North Birmingham) Compressors available for the lowest price I think they will go. Very good price if youre after one. I believe these require oil for those conc… Read more
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please report if you see any in London anywhere. Thanks

AA compressor £10 instore @ Sainsbury's Petrol station
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Just seen this at Sainsbury’s petrol station, they have loads for £10.

Free at Sainsbury's!


Yes .I've got the unbranded one .It's ok but very slow to inflate .Got mins from eBay for about 6 quid if I recall.


Similar without the branding for £4 in the likes of Home Bargains.


Damn just paid £25 from amazon and works great


Not sure I am afraid.

Streetwize Tyre Shape 250Psi Digital Air Compressor. Use code "payday" 17% off. Free DHL delivery. PayPal available. - £14.92 @ CarParts4Less
Found 30th JunFound 30th Jun
Rover Streetwise 12V Tyre Shape 250PSI Digital Air Compressor Quick connect screw-on valve adaptor. suitable for inflating your car/van/motorcycle tyres and a variety of other inf… Read more

I didn't receive this and didn't get any order confirmation emails, only a paypal notification to say the money had been taken. I called them up today and they said due to the HotUKDeals popularity they sold more than the stock they had and they're trying to get more. I guess give it a couple more weeks to see if they get any more stock and if not I'll have to cancel the order. Shame really it was a fairly good deal.


Yes I notice that on the box it says it will take 8mins to inflate a 195 65 tyre from flat but I am guessing a few psi per tyre shouldn't take too long.


These are great, good price! One thing I will say though is that they're SO slow. Good to have in a pinch, though.


Reviews on Amazon


You're signing to say you are receiving it, not that you have got it out of its packaging and inspected it (as you are allowed to do under your statutory rights before deciding whether or not to keep it). If you receive a faulty item, they have to put it right with a refund, repair or replacement regardless of whether you signed for the delivery. If they won't, go to card company for a full refund as mentioned. All delivery charges for sending the item to the customer, and return delivery to the retailer, ALWAYS have to be paid in full by the retailer when the item is faulty - that means a refund on that as well (from retailer or card company) if you have paid for either.

RING RAC635 Preset Digital Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor Tyre Pump (£19.90 Prime) (£24.39 Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Was in my basket, seems they are matching tesco direct deal from yesterday

I’ve got one of these, actually works really well. Only used it once


price went up


Great piece of kit, got one of these a year ago and use it regularly. Really quick to inflate.


Fantastic price, bought one a few months ago and thank goodness I haven’t needed to use it yet

12v mini air compressor poundworld plus (Hull King Edward Street) £2.50
LocalLocalFound 25th MayFound 25th May
So this is weird, this said £5 which was cheap. My receipt says 50% off legacy prelaunch -£2.50 So I've paid £2.50 and was under managers special.
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Is it for car tyre valves only or does it have an adapter for road bicycle tyres too please?


Great for blowing up the wife (y)


Please ensure you disassemble it and put the components in the correct skips at the tip: don't want it going straight to landfill!


Not a new store


Get your £2.50 back... Rubbish compressors...imho

iN CAR Mini Analogue Air Compressor/Tyre Inflator £9.99 Prime £14.75 Non Prime
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
Spotted this and thought it might be of interest. COMPACT COMPRESSOR The iN CAR mini air compressor is a compact unit that can inflate your car tyres in under 4.5 minutes saving … Read more

They do have them on Amazon:


Very good


All i want for Christmas is an inflator that works like the ones in the garages. Set the pressure and away you go in a matter of seconds.


Paid about 6 on eBay.It takes an age to inflate about 10 psi!!


Im sure I paid a fiver for this from Amazon delivered around december last year. Bought 2. (y)

Ring RAC635 Preset Digital Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor Tyre Pump, 3 Min Tyre Inflation, LED Light, Carry Case, Valve Adaptors now £22.82 @ Amazon
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
The RAC635 is a small, powerful inflator that makes tyre care easy. Setting up is simple: turn the dial to the pressure you want your tyres to reach, click the dial, then press sta… Read more



Ordered, thanks.


Ordered, thanks. These have a screw-on valve which provides a better seal than the traditional thumb lever imo. Just be careful when attaching that you don't cross-thread your valve or worse still your adapter.


Bought one for my flat mate, He was deflated ;).


Essential bit of kit for keeping in the boot, saved me a few times!

12v "Equip" Air Compressor £3 @ ASDA Service Station, Haydock
LocalLocalFound 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Filled up the car on the way home, saw these at the till reduced from £9, they're discontinuing them apparently, grab a bargain!

Looks like the one I used for a decade. Recently updated. Hoping it is as good.

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