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Ryobi P737 18-Volt ONE+ Portable Cordless Power Inflator (Tool-Only)

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HomeDepot.com has Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Portable Cordless Power Inflator (Tool-Only, P737) on sale for $19.97. Choose free store pickup to save on shipping otherwise free shipping on orders $45+. Thanks wasabisohot

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Tool only. No battery.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../206159256
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Created 04-28-2018 at 02:23 PM by wasabisohot
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This thing works great, but do not trust the psi gauge on it. Mine is off by nearly 10psi.
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The P731 Inflator/Deflator is a better buy IMO, if you don't mind the slightly bigger size. I like that it will shut off when it hits the desired pressure (high pressure side), and it had the high volume side for inflatables. I think I got it for $30 last year on a slickdeals. I originally had the one posted, and gave that one away to a friend who has the Ryobi system as well.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ryobi-...3=&veh=sem
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This thing is super handy if you don't have or dont want to fire up the air compressor.
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Have this ... love it. Great for filling bike tires, balloons for party, kids' balls etc. Also used once to top off car tiers when air pressure light came on. Little loud but we are used to noise now.
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Maybe my favorite Ryobi tool I own. So convenient and easy to put air in bike tires and balls.
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Have this ... love it. Great for filling bike tires, balloons for party, kids' balls etc. Also used once to top off car tiers when air pressure light came on. Little loud but we are used to noise now.
Would this work to fill air mattress? It doesn't list all the attachments it comes with
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Would this work to fill air mattress? It doesn't list all the attachments it comes with
Comes with a small pointed end, so it depends on the fill hole size of your mattress. If the hole is larger than 3/8" them it probably won't work.
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This thing works great, but do not trust the psi gauge on it. Mine is off by nearly 10psi.
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There's another $40 model for airbeds inflating/deflating. I have that one and love it. Good for cars too and I think it fills it faster.
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These are nice.. in use it all the time
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Love this, works great
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Decent tool. It takes longer than a proper air compressor to top off car tires but it works. If I remember correctly, it takes around 3-4 minutes per tire to go from 28psi to 35psi(winter top off).

I have three gas stations nearby that have free air machines so I tend to stop by one of them instead of pulling this out. I guess this would be great for bike and other small tires. It's definitely one of those "nice to have around just in case" tools, even at the retail price.
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I have this, been using it 2 years. Dont rely on the gauge on the ryobi, its 90% accurate, use a dedicated reliable tire gauge to actually check the pressure. I just go a bit over, then reduce to where it should be using my high end gauge. (motorcycle tires) is what I use mine for. pumps up very quickly.
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The P731 Inflator/Deflator is a better buy IMO, if you don't mind the slightly bigger size. I like that it will shut off when it hits the desired pressure (high pressure side), and it had the high volume side for inflatables. I think I got it for $30 last year on a slickdeals. I originally had the one posted, and gave that one away to a friend who has the Ryobi system as well.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ryobi-...3=&veh=sem
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