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Select Home Depot Stores: Ryobi 18V ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator Bare Tool

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Select Home Depot Stores has Ryobi 18V ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator Bare Tool (P747) for $34.97. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+. Thanks LukeD3x

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Just bought one in-store for $49.98 yesterday. Fortunately Home Depot will price adjust for sales up to 30 days after the original purchase.

Model #: P747

Sku #: 1004489849

Internet #: 308746324


RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator (Tool Only)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308746324
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If you don't have the Ryobi ecosystem, you can 3d print adaptors from other common brands. I have Ridgid since they offer lifetime warranty on batteries purchased with Ridgid tools. Simple Google search will find an adaptor file, cost to build adaptor was roughly $5
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In for one. It's got to be better than that janky high pressure only pump.
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I have the old version of this and the compressor gets really hot if you try to inflate a car tire from low pressure. I usually let it run for a few min, then have to stop it to let it cool. Does anyone know if this one works better in that regard?
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I have the old version of this and the compressor gets really hot if you try to inflate a car tire from low pressure. I usually let it run for a few min, then have to stop it to let it cool. Does anyone know if this one works better in that regard?
Must be. I have not noticed it to get really hot.
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If you don't have the Ryobi ecosystem, you can 3d print adaptors from other common brands. I have Ridgid since they offer lifetime warranty on batteries purchased with Ridgid tools. Simple Google search will find an adaptor file, cost to build adaptor was roughly $5
link?
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I have the old version, still working fine. Bought it used without the battery for $12 at a flee market. Mine doesnt get hot as someone mention. As a matter of fact just used it this past weekend to set the pressure up to 36psi on 2 cars, 8 tires. Was going to pull the trigger for this newer one, but if it aint broke, why get another one.🤣
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I have the old version (with 3 yr warranty) of this and the compressor gets really hot if you try to inflate a car tire from low pressure. I usually let it run for a few min, then have to stop it to let it cool. Does anyone know if this one works better in that regard?
Yes, in fact I had the old version and this new version... this new version is HORRIBLE! The reason I ended up with new version was my one year old Ryobi pump was replaced under warranty due to inflation "nozzle head" just randomly breaking.

This new version looks nice, but it's considerably lighter, and, unfortunately, considerably worse. Ryobi sent me a brand new replacement, but from the first time I used it, it was louder than the old pump, and it had this "clunky" sound when inflating my car tire. The sound was disconcerting, but there was nothing I could do to change that. Well, this clunky-sounding pump lasted for about 3 or 4 tire inflations... that's it! It was literally smoking when it stopped working after the last inflation... visible smoke with a burnt plastic like smell visibly rose out of the top of the pump.

The above said, I still have to call Ryobi to see how they're going to address a replacement pump that went up in literal smoke in just days of receipt... I really want my PREVIOUS version, not this new one... even if it's a refurb, as this new model was horrible.
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Looks like it's ymmv. What zip and store?

Edit: It looks like they're pretty easy to find. Three stores around SLC Utah have them for $35.

https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=308746324
Did you buy them all in the SLC area?

No results for me, six hours later. Dang it.
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Looks dead doesn't pull up on HD or brickseak
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Looks dead doesn't pull up on HD or brickseak

Yup, dead.
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Direct Tools has it new for $27.98 after current 20% discount promo.

Picked one up there in store last week, really impressed by the improvements over their other inflator models. Digital fill set pressure gauge was dead-on accurate too.
Link? Couldn't find it at their website. Only the cheaper inflator
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Yes, in fact I had the old version and this new version... this new version is HORRIBLE! The reason I ended up with new version was my one year old Ryobi pump was replaced under warranty due to inflation "nozzle head" just randomly breaking.

This new version looks nice, but it's considerably lighter, and, unfortunately, considerably worse. Ryobi sent me a brand new replacement, but from the first time I used it, it was louder than the old pump, and it had this "clunky" sound when inflating my car tire. The sound was disconcerting, but there was nothing I could do to change that. Well, this clunky-sounding pump lasted for about 3 or 4 tire inflations... that's it! It was literally smoking when it stopped working after the last inflation... visible smoke with a burnt plastic like smell visibly rose out of the top of the pump.

The above said, I still have to call Ryobi to see how they're going to address a replacement pump that went up in literal smoke in just days of receipt... I really want my PREVIOUS version, not this new one... even if it's a refurb, as this new model was horrible.
https://toolcraze.net/ryobi-18v-p747-inflator-deflator-honest-review-comparison-with-p731-dewalt-20v-dcc020ib/

This review says the new and old are pretty similar. Maybe bad unit?
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Webpage is back up for purchase at $34.97 at select stores.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308746324

https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=308746324
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I purchased one for $35 after this was marked dead. So, I'm not sure it's dead.
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Did you buy them all in the SLC area?

No results for me, six hours later. Dang it.
Look again, it seems that they're back.
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