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

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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.
you must have A LOT of patience to be inflating so many tires larger than a bicycle tire.
anything larger than a bike tire, it takes forever and a day. and not to mention the heat it generates, you can definitely smell it
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you must have A LOT of patience to be inflating so many tires larger than a bicycle tire.
anything larger than a bike tire, it takes forever and a day. and not to mention the heat it generates, you can definitely smell it
Mine do not is what I'm saying
And they are super fast inflating. The new one I'm basing it on top off of up to about 15psi on vehicle tires. The original I did a few (5 times at least ?) car tires (town car w/ limo tires and I forget what the other car was.. Wasn't mine) and tuck/suv pathfinder, quest, f250 tires from completely flat and time was much faster than I've seen other portables even giant ones do in person and when I was looking up alternatives on YouTube and such when the 1st one started heating up and failing (again zero problems for 3 years)
Based on my experience I would say anyone having an issue with overheating or slow inflation should exchange it and replacement should work beautifully.
Oh another issue I don't like apart from the horrid trigger ease of engagement -
It's not as loud as some but it's much louder than many pumps though it's way faster than all the ones I've seen that were more quiet (like neighbors Milwaukee)... It's at least 2-3 times faster inflating than the Milwaukee. Though I am basing that on different tires but same psi differences. So if we have say 5-8psi low in all 4 tires after overnight sitting- I finish mine when he's just getting part way on 2nd
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Mine do not is what I'm saying
And they are super fast inflating. The new one I'm basing it on top off of up to about 15psi on vehicle tires. The original I did a few (5 times at least ?) car tires (town car w/ limo tires and I forget what the other car was.. Wasn't mine) and tuck/suv pathfinder, quest, f250 tires from completely flat and time was much faster than I've seen other portables even giant ones do in person and when I was looking up alternatives on YouTube and such when the 1st one started heating up and failing (again zero problems for 3 years)
Based on my experience I would say anyone having an issue with overheating or slow inflation should exchange it and replacement should work beautifully.
Oh another issue I don't like apart from the horrid trigger ease of engagement -
It's not as loud as some but it's much louder than many pumps though it's way faster than all the ones I've seen that were more quiet (like neighbors Milwaukee)... It's at least 2-3 times faster inflating than the Milwaukee. Though I am basing that on different tires but same psi differences. So if we have say 5-8psi low in all 4 tires after overnight sitting- I finish mine when he's just getting part way on 2nd
you probably have a freak of nature inflator. inflators due to the design naturally gets hot. that's why there's typically a max run time.
and i agree with the trigger. it's annoyingly soft. that's why i take out the battery. i don't want to be driving and when i make a turn all of a sudden the trigger a resting on something in the trunk and it's constantly running.
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Come to the conclusion that I may as well get a proper air compressor after having different types of these portable devices. Fine for topping off a few psi on a tire but try inflating a kids toy etc and they all suck.. to do it fairly quickly you need the tank to compress the air for a decent output.
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10 in stock for $15 at my store in Bakersfield, CA.
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$13 at the clearance rack in my store now.
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Just marked down to $7.50 in 99324. (Didn't think it was worth a new thread.) Picked up two for gifts. Still 6 in the clearance shelf.
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$7.50 in Parsippany, NJ 07054. They have a few left in the compressor section.
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