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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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Scored one. Local store inventory on website said 6 and there were 4 on the shelf. Also item location/map was spot on.
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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.
For $15, this is an incredible tool. Everything you say about it is true but so what? It is incredibly portable and so much better than a plug in. Or even its bigger brother (which I also have) which is 3x bulkier.

I've filled up 4 tires in under 15 min. Yes, you'll need to pause a few minutes to let it cool down but the battery is more than able to inflate at least 20 tires probably.

And let's face it, you should not be using this to fill up 4 tires from total empty anyway. This is great for topping off all 4 tires, filling up one tire from flat, a spare tire when you are on the side of a road, bike tires, or scooters. I use mine at least once a week. Beats going to the gas station to put air in my tires.

As for the psi being inaccurate, you soon realize this overestimates psi by about 10%. Just overinflate 10% and you're done. Doesn't bother me.
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You probably lost more money due to tire center wear than you gained from the tiny percent increase of efficiency.
The gauge on this overestimates psi by about 10% so his 40 psi is perfect for a recommended psi of about 35.
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https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308746324 is a way better tool for 20 dollars more.
Is that better than this https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1...1000092575 if you don't already have batteries?
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Is that better than this https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1...1000092575 if you don't already have batteries?
I wouldn't get the batteries just for the inflator.
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Works great but the trigger is really sensitive and you have to hold it down to inflate something. I have to take the battery out while transporting it because if I don't it may come on accidently.
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I picked one up today. As a test I let 5 psi out of a low profile car tire. It topped off the tire in less than a minute. This will be perfect for my needs. The gauge sucks in all of these cheap inflators. Over inflate your tires and air them down to your preferred pressure with a good quality gauge.
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This is a great deal IF YOU ALREADY HAVE RYOBI ONE+ TOOLS AND BATTERIES!
I carry Ryobi tools and batteries in my van, and that makes this a handy tool to have around. Yes, you have to hold the trigger down, and you never leave the battery in it because it will start up just from the trigger leaning against anything in the tool box (the infamous "hair trigger").
If you don't already have Ryobi tools, consider other options (like the power packs with the air compressor built in), or the 12 volt ones that plug into your lighter plug (usually weak and the cord is a pain). I had one from Harbor Freight that I gave away.
At the end of the day it is not an especially well made tool, but it is convenient as hell when you already have charged batteries handy.
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This is great for use in a pinch. The larger one is great, too. I have both models. This is good for topping off bike wheels and balls and blow up toys for the kids. 6.7.0
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We have few more at our Home depot for $15.
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Currently listed at $19.97 online, but I found it for $15 on a clearance shelf at my local Home Depot in Los Angeles. It looked like they still had tons of them in the store, so I think you'll have a good chance of picking it up.

Brick Seek https://brickseek.com/p/ryobi-18-...ble/424197

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Price in title please
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I have one that smokes when I use it lol
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This is great for bike tires, soccer calls and the like if you're in the Ryobi system. It works for car tires in a pinch but do not buy this if that's what you need it for. Ryobi makes a larger one that's more suitable for car tires.
I bought this type when it was first offered years ago I think black friday 2016
based on my code made 21st week 2016. It died last year I think beginning of december after 3yrs of hard use.
I bought the current same one.
It's light and small w/o battery.
my gauge is very accurate

I use it on 2 vehicles every couple of weeks
4 vehicles at least once a month to every couple months
2 vehicles every few months
four trailers a few times a year
one trailer (two tires plus spare) once a month to every couple months.
also use on bikes, wheelbarrows, the largest size gorilla carts, hand trucks, once-in-a-blue-moon a ball like a volleyball.
I'm sure some other things I'm not thinking about.

I have used some of the other options available years ago like the fancy slime one (trash) several others, my neighbor had the Milwaukee m12 and this ryobi is WAY faster.

My first one never got hot until the last 3 or so months of its life - I was looking for a sale replacement and missed a sale. then when it finally got super hot and died completely I bought full price replacement which had given me no problems in the maybe 4mo since.

What I don't like - that idiotic trigger as many have pointed out. I am in the habit of taking the battery out though (what you are suppose to do to store tools anyway)
from the over heat issue people are commenting on and what happened to mine overheating and failing after 3 yrs - I'm guessing bad motors in new tools - perhaps getting replacement is more called for that just saying they are junk.
I am no real problems 2/2 and I recommended to some people who also have no problems.

* I did not know there was a digital big brother - I've only seen the low pressure one then later the big one w/ no set it feature.
And they are on sale (they are out of stock locally so either a newer model coming or they are discontinued) Will order one or two based off experience w/ this model. I do like the smaller size of this one though.
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#60
Better off spending the extra 20 bucks and getting the inflator/deflator with digital readout. I have had to fill my tire every day and that one never skips a beat.
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