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(YMMV) RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless Power Inflator (Tool-Only) $15

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(YMMV) RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless Power Inflator (Tool-Only)

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It shows $19.97, not $15
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Is the digital version of the smaller pump (P737D "D" for digital) more accurate than this analog one?
The bigger one for $35 def seems the better deal.
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Will these inflate a tire(s)? Yes. It will get warm after the first tire you top off. By the time you finish topping off the second tire even the hose will be pretty hot. The trigger sucks. Its a hair trigger and will run the pump by just breathing on it..annoying. What about the gauge accuracy? There is no accuracy...Might as well block the needle from view. Its around 5 psi off. wtf. Just have to put some air in? fine. Bring a gauge if you care. Its probably worth $20. Its probably better then some. I gave mine away along with an extra battery and charger and bought its big brother. Much better..set and forget and the gauge is pretty accurate.
I just bought the $35 one (forget the model #) Mainly because it has an on/off switch vs trigger. I'm holding trigger for 10 minutes while it inflates a tire. Plus has longer duty cycle so might get job done sooner
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It shows $19.97, not $15
Online shows $19.97, but in the stores appear to be $15.

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We have one in each truck for mowers, but it sucks for actual truck tires.
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We have one from a previous slick deal: Works well for topping off tires, inflatables, balls and for blowing scale out of a kuerig after a solution soak. It seems louder than the bigger models.

We take the battery out when carrying it, ours has a hair trigger as well.
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I have both this one and the more expensive automatic one. Never had a problem with either model for pumping up car tires, bike tires, and sports balls. The convenience of the automatic one is worth the extra money imo though
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I have this and would always throw it in the duffel bag when coaching soccer. So many kids would show up with under-inflated balls. This thing works great and it compact and portable. I haven't used it for inflating car tires, and probably wouldn't, but for bike tires, and sports balls, this thing is perfect and gets used heavily for that.
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Skip this one and just pay more for a better model. I got this one and it's currently on sale for $34.97

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

Way better. Has auto stop and is digital. Way more accurate too.
I have this other one and it's great. When doing all four tires you can set it on one and start taking the cap off of the next one while it's filling since you don't have to hold the trigger or monitor the pressure.
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Put a zip-tie/rubber band on the trigger to use it, lower it to the handle when not. Great tire Top off compressor.

ps I upgraded to the nicer compresor/ inflator combo worth the money!
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Skip this one and just pay more for a better model. I got this one and it's currently on sale for $34.97

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

Way better. Has auto stop and is digital. Way more accurate too.
That is a great deal on sale
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Skip this one and just pay more for a better model. I got this one and it's currently on sale for $34.97

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

Way better. Has auto stop and is digital. Way more accurate too.
Does this one get hot as well? I think all these small pumps get hot and breakdown after a while.
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Quote from Fusiondynamics
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Skip this one and just pay more for a better model. I got this one and it's currently on sale for $34.97

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

Way better. Has auto stop and is digital. Way more accurate too.
Couldn't agree more. I owned the one in the OP for 3 years before it finally died. Picked up this version a couple of weeks for the $35 price and it is vastly better. The small unit was fine for my riding mower and just OK for my wife's 225/45R19 tires, but it really struggled to top off (3-5lbs) my Jeep's 255/70R18 tires (died trying to do so). As others have mentioned...hair trigger, inaccurate gauge, heat issues, etc were all issues I experienced as well. This $35 unit is also dual purpose with both High Volume Low Pressure for air mattresses and other inflatables along with Low Volume High Pressure for tires, sport balls, etc.
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I have both this one and the more expensive automatic one. Never had a problem with either model for pumping up car tires, bike tires, and sports balls. The convenience of the automatic one is worth the extra money imo though
I agree 100%. If you have to pick one, the automatic model is perfect for all uses.

I also have both and use this one for bike tires and basketballs. The other one is for car tires and does it's job perfectly.
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Skip this one and just pay more for a better model. I got this one and it's currently on sale for $34.97

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

Way better. Has auto stop and is digital. Way more accurate too.
This. Holding the trigger is such a pain and the price at $15 is not that great.
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