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Auto Xs Analogue Air Compressor £7.99 @Aldi instore
LocalLocalFound 6 h, 42 m agoFound 6 h, 42 m ago
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

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
31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 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

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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.

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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.


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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.

Premium Digital Tyre Inflator. With removable Pressure Gauge - 12V DC Electric Portable Air Compressor pump £14.98 prime / £19.73 non prime Sold by P.I. Stores and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 18th FebFound 18th Feb
REMOVABLE PRESSURE GAUGE - Features a fantastic built in, removable digital pressure gauge. No need to purchase a separate gauge. Use the gauge to quickly and accurately check tyre… Read more
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No, the default pressure on mine was 35, but it is adjustable. Pumped up to 40 then let some out to 32 for testing.


Tested today, all good, nice find OP.


Think you're getting the right amount of air in your tyre when you aren't. Doh (annoyed)


Risk of cheaper compressed air compared to more expensive compressed air. What's at risk? Schreader valves cost pennies....


Looks like its expired, codes not working for me

Streetwise Kruga Tyre Inflator Air Compressor - 12v - £19.99 FREE delivery - Euro Car Parts
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Streetwize Kruga Air Compressor with Orange Lead/Gauge5m hi-visibility coiled air hose with pressure gauge;3.1m. 12v power cable. Reaches all vehicle tyres easily. Hi-Speed inflat… Read more
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royaltee This one is £7.99 and does the same thing This one is actually good and only costs £26.66 Why would you spend £19.99 on cheap nasty tut?


Useless. Worked about a half dozen times and died. Provided you can return it then that's fine, problem is, you will need this when there are jo garages and refund policies


I bought one of these in a previous deal, very impressed.


As long as we can all agree that the actual original and currently hot deal for the streetwize kruga is just the biggest mistake you could make, a pure waste of money, time and earth resources then that’s fine. The on/off button on the compressor being nowhere near the actual tyre you are very slowly inflating at the end of a long air hoseis an obvious issue. Sorry op, i’m sure it’s very cheap.


For £26.79 this would be ideal.

Premium1.5L Ice Cream Machine with Built-in Compressor normally £169 now £129 Del @ Amazon (lightning deal) - Sold by Springlane / FBA
Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Wouldn't normally post a kitchen gadget at this price but I was lucky enough to see this one in use at a friends house recently & I'm not joking, she had ice cream made from sc… Read more
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Thank you. You’ve been very helpful. I’ve been resisting buying an ice cream maker for some time. I like the idea of being able to make any flavour I want. I love Nutella ice cream but I’ve only ever eaten it in dessert places. I also like ferrero rocher flavour which is very similar. Rum and raisin is good too.I’ll see how I go. Thanks again for the info. :D


Yeah its amazing we use it all the time. Double cream tends to be on the weekly shopping list. Most the other stuff required i already have in the cupboards. The Mrs and kids love nutella ice cream which is just double cream, milk, nutella, vanilla essence, salt and sugar (from the top of my head!) and takes between 30 and 45min to freeze (soft scoop) I normally make enough that'll fit in a litre tub then put it in the freezer. I have also made brandy ice cream that took 3 days to freeze through lol and guests got drunk eating it (lol) I have also made slushy with it using syrup i bought from ebay, they do sugar free ones and it only takes 30 min. I keep it upstairs in the box as its quite big, and bring the pot down, fill it with ingredients and let it do its job upstairs, then bring it back down when its done. Pretty easy to do. The instructions also have some recipes, the chocolate one was a hit! We dont buy ice cream anymore, unless we want a crazy ben and jerrys flavour, which is rare. Hope this helps!


Have you tried this ice cream maker? Is it any good please?


Delivered already Omg!!!! 8) 8) 8) 8)


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Ring RAC610 Analogue Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor £10.95 prime / £15.70 non prime @ AmazonUK
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
My Ring has just let me down, after many years of faithful service. My old Ring wasn't pushing out like it used to, so I've replaced it with this analogue version. This one als… Read more

Thanks anyway :)


I've had a look, but can't find anything regarding the Presta valves.


Will this inflate bike tyres with a Presta valves, or just the Schrader (car tyre style) valves?


I've had a digital Ring RAC630 for about 4 years now, never let me down (and I work on cars a lot) - Will blow a flat up in no time and stops at exactly the pressure you want. Unscrew the cap carefully and unlike manual pumps no air is lost. Rea godsend! As for pumping up on a forecourt, not much use if a petrol station is not near when you want one. It's little money (well mine was £19.89 delivered on amazon, just checked my account - I have had it longer than I thought as I bought it 31 Jan 2012 - so much for those saying it's unreliable. Noisy yes, but unreliable, no! Pay the extra for the best! Keep in the boot, you won't regret it. :D


Great deal, awesome pics of kit. Think of all the 20 pences you will save!

Ring Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor plus Valve Adaptors £10.99 delivered @ Amazon prime (£15.70 non-Prime)
Found 15th JanFound 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… Read more
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You keep one with the pump not put it on the wheel (y)


There you go I have one of these, it's got me out of trouble in the past when I couldn't find the right charger but I wouldn't leave it plugged in unattended.


So it's not accurate and breaks. Certainly sounds like Ring...


An excellent purchase especially as my local shops didn't stock anything like it!!


Same here, Digital one is easier as you can pre set the pressure and leave it :)

Slime car puncture kit with compressor £14.22 (Prime) / £18.97 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Slime 1800330 10914 Tyre Repair Set for Automobile Tyres with Dispensor Good price I think

Mine a £250 each as well. But my daughter has a little mini so it works well with that..


My OH's tyres are £250!!! each and like me would try to save the tyre. I just bought a spare wheel complete with tyre ( space saver) for slightly more than the cost of 2 of these kits. Much better value IMHO.


I'm pretty sure this stuff washes off with water, but I have read some garages will supposedly refuse to repair tyres filled with repair gunk, even stuff that is supposed to wash off. Would probably be very good idea to fit a new valve.


Is this not the gunk that ruins your tyre? I'm out.


Not sure and interesting point. Will have a look if there's a suggested use by date :)

Ring RAC610 Analogue Tyre Inflator, 12V Air Compressor Tyre Pump, 4.5 Min Tyre Inflation, Valve Adaptors £9.99 prime / £14.74 non prime @ Amazon
Found 18th Dec 2017Found 18th Dec 2017
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… Read more
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bayhabourbutcher about £34 delivered after promo discount mains fed ones seem to be a lot more expensive - its cheaper to buy a 12v one & buy an adapter than can supply enough power eg I never use these 'portable' ones for car tyres anymore as most just dont seem to last very long due to the extra strain placed on the motor - Ive found they are OK for things like bicycle tyres & airbeds though


I've had the digital one for around 2 years, it's taken a bashing and it's still working well.


Takes forever to pump


Got one from screwfix a while back don’t think it ever worked got my money back


Ordered the next one up at £18 this weekend with the digital display. Used it yesterday and worked like a dream.

Car tyre inflator with pressure gauge, 120PSI, LED Light, 3 valve adapters, 9.84ft cable, 4" hose in storage case @ £12.52. Sold by ProMarket and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 12th Dec 2017Found 12th Dec 2017
What a blow out deal.. feeling deflated after christmas shopping... I will show myself out now... Powerful inflator in one compact body. Mini air compressor is a pow… Read more
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It might be a long cooling down.................... "Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock."


now showing as sold out!


Was posted earlier - was about £3 an hour ago.


I ordered 5 let's hope they come



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