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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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https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../206159256

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Looks like retail price is $20 according to Home Depot. Probably can save the hassle to dig for this by ordering online. Thank you op.
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Looks like retail price is $20 according to Home Depot. Probably can save the hassle to dig for this by ordering online. Thank you op.
I can't order for pickup, but looks like every local HD has in stock for clearance
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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.
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Last time was $7
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I use it a lot. Portable and beats running the compressor. Exactly 8 psi off.
Gets warm and less effective after a few minutes, but ok for toping off and smaller tires.
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This product sucks, when wind blows the trigger will activate, having said that the trigger has no lock wtf, they want you to seat there on the street with the tire like your gf, no lock PSI to stop automatically, just get some Amazon cordless pump which have all the features I have said that Ryobi can't think off.
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Last time was $7
Man, I must have missed that deal. I am wanting one of these. Shows $20 at my location as well. OP how did you get it for $15?

Well, after reading the reviews on here.....I am now questioning it.
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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.
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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.
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I use this inflator to fill my dirtbike tires when I arrive at the trail. Works great for that stuff but wouldn't use it to fill a flat car tire.
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This thing is clutch when your tire is flat. I don't know what everyone else is talking about a hair trigger. You could always just take the battery out if you're not using it. I've had this thing for a few years now and I've never had a single problem with it. Anything under 20 bucks it's totally worth it.
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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.
Totally agree, this one is way better
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This thing is clutch when your tire is flat. I don't know what everyone else is talking about a hair trigger. You could always just take the battery out if you're not using it. I've had this thing for a few years now and I've never had a single problem with it. Anything under 20 bucks it's totally worth it.
yup have had this for a few years also. so useful, you can actually stick to the "pump your tire once a month" rule.

is it accurate? have never actually checked with a gauge stick....but i just pump my ties to 40psi according to the onboard gauge. and im good.

have 4 cars in the family, look at the money saved from mpg!
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yup have had this for a few years also. so useful, you can actually stick to the "pump your tire once a month" rule.

is it accurate? have never actually checked with a gauge stick....but i just pump my ties to 40psi according to the onboard gauge. and im good.

have 4 cars in the family, look at the money saved from mpg!
Funny enough, I do the exact same thing. I pump the rears a little higher around 42-44 since I don't rely them as much when braking. I've had mine for about 4 years now and it's still going strong. I abuse it by topping off 4 tires and doing another 4 right after. The tube gets really hot but it's still going strong. I've had a ton of the generic ones break after the second use but this is a high quality item for the price!
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