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HomeDepot.com has Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt High Power Volume Inflator on sale for $19.97. Store pickup is free if stock permits or free shipping on orders $45+. Thanks genemats
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This high power inflator features a 2" gauge w/ 0-150 PSI, onboard storage for needle and nozzle accessories, pistol grip handle w/ GRIPZONE overmold and locking trigger to prevent user fatigue. It can also be used as a portable sweeper for work surface clean up. Great for high volume inflating and deflating of large inflatables such as air mattresses and pool toys. - Randy71

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First time I've seen this new tool. Looks different then the smaller toy /tire inflater (https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../206159256) that sold for $20.

This is a blower that can be used to blow up air mattress, inflatable boats, etc and as a
a small blower to, to use to blow out dust inside a computer or clean up wood dust.
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Well, there already is a $20 product exactly for that [homedepot.com] (was also in previous post). Fundamentally putting high pressure into a small space is different from putting low pressure into a very large space (air mattress, inflatable boat). So Ryobi already had a solution for the first purpose, and now they have this product for the second. No machine that claims to "do both" will do either very well.
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Does not come with the battery, bare tool
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The $40 version does both and it is AWESOME at both. Best of the Ryobi add-on tools that i own.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../203060297
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Does not come with the battery, bare tool
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This is a great tool. Really comes in handy.
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Good deal, I have the larger inflator that serves this purpose (the $40 model) and it works great.

OP: Update the post to remove the battery. I thought this included the battery based on the topic alert that was sent to me and *that* would have been a hot deal!



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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../300997599


First time I've seen this new tool. Looks different then the smaller toy /tire inflater (https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../206159256) that sold for $20.

This is a blower that can be used to blow up air mattress, inflatable boats, etc and as a
a small blower to, to use to blow out dust inside a computer or clean up wood dust.
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Would be awesome if this did bike tires
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I already have the tire inflator and love it. I've totally been wanting one of these for my air mattresses--so tired of having to dig out the one I have and charge it before I go camping. Now I'll always have a battery charged and ready to be used. Thanks OP!
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Would be awesome if this did bike tires
Well, there already is a $20 product exactly for that [homedepot.com] (was also in previous post). Fundamentally putting high pressure into a small space is different from putting low pressure into a very large space (air mattress, inflatable boat). So Ryobi already had a solution for the first purpose, and now they have this product for the second. No machine that claims to "do both" will do either very well.
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Well, there already is a $20 product exactly for that [homedepot.com] (was also in previous post). Fundamentally putting high pressure into a small space is different from putting low pressure into a very large space (air mattress, inflatable boat). So Ryobi already had a solution for the first purpose, and now they have this product for the second. No machine that claims to "do both" will do either very well.
The $40 version does both and it is AWESOME at both. Best of the Ryobi add-on tools that i own.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../203060297
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The $40 version does both and it is AWESOME at both. Best of the Ryobi add-on tools that i own.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../203060297
Man, please tell me a single reason NOT to buy this? I can see this being super convenient for those times I don't want to get the air compressor out!
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Man, please tell me a single reason NOT to buy this? I can see this being super convenient for those times I don't want to get the air compressor out!
Is it anywhere near as powerful as a proper air compressor?
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Is it anywhere near as powerful as a proper air compressor?
No, not as powerful as a proper air compressor as I would never expect to be shooting brad nails out of it.

But, I did sell my proper air compressor (pancake style) because i literally never used it with this in the garage.

I use this thing all the time. 36PSI for my car tires, 70 psi on my bike tire (and using the Presta adapter), 14 psi for my tractor tires, bring it on vacation and fill up the slip and slide, and orca whale and so much more. If we are heading to a pool party i just toss it in the car. ALSO! hardly any pull on the battery. I shove in a 'big' one and a month of use later it still is at 3 bars of power.
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No, not as powerful as a proper air compressor as I would never expect to be shooting brad nails out of it.

But, I did sell my proper air compressor (pancake style) because i literally never used it with this in the garage.

I use this thing all the time. 36PSI for my car tires, 70 psi on my bike tire (and using the Presta adapter), 14 psi for my tractor tires, bring it on vacation and fill up the slip and slide, and orca whale and so much more. If we are heading to a pool party i just toss it in the car. ALSO! hardly any pull on the battery. I shove in a 'big' one and a month of use later it still is at 3 bars of power.
Thanks for the info. How would you compare it to a can of compressed air?
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Thanks for the info. How would you compare it to a can of compressed air?
How would you compare a can of compressed air to a children's balloon?
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How would you compare a can of compressed air to a children's balloon?
I'd say it's not a good replacement. I was hoping it would be decent enough to clear dust inside PCs and such. But according to your description, it doesn't seem to be good for that.
Thanks again.
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