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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless Inflator w/ Digital Gauge (Tool-Only)

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Home Depot has Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless High Pressure Inflator with Digital Gauge (Tool-Only; P737D) on sale for $24.97. Shipping is free on orders of $45 or more. Thanks psingh8
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18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless High Pressure Inflator with Digital Gauge (Tool-Only)

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I'd wait for this one to go back to $35 again:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308746324
Purchased last time it went on sale.
- Very loud
- Flimsy connector, is not secure
- pressure gauge inaccurate, by a lot
- not well balanced
Would not recommend.
Perhaps you got a bad unit. Mine has consistently performed with accuracy and effectiveness, for over two years. This includes bicycle, motorcycle, and car tires.

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Purchased last time it went on sale.
- Very loud
- Flimsy connector, is not secure
- pressure gauge inaccurate, by a lot
- not well balanced
Would not recommend.
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Purchased last time it went on sale.
- Very loud
- Flimsy connector, is not secure
- pressure gauge inaccurate, by a lot
- not well balanced
Would not recommend.
Perhaps you got a bad unit. Mine has consistently performed with accuracy and effectiveness, for over two years. This includes bicycle, motorcycle, and car tires.
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I bought a Ryobi tire inflator last year. It was the previous model (not the current one at Home Depot) that you set & forget. I used it 5X and it stopped working. I was really disappointed because it worked so well initially.
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Bought a Ryobi tire inflator last year. Used it 5X and it died. Will never buy Ryobi again.
There's bound to be a dud every once in a while. What did they tell you when you tried to warranty it?
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Wasn't this like $10 once?
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Wasn't this like $10 once?
That was probably the older version with the analog pressure readback
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i love RYOBI tools. they're honestly better quality than craftsman. This will do for those big pool floats!
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I'd wait for this one to go back to $35 again:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308746324
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I have this unit (digital, newer) and the earlier version with the analog pressure gauge. They both work the same way and are equal in performance. It's a great thing to have around to top off bike tires, and sports balls. For topping off tires on cars, you will find it a little slow - but it works if you have the patience. Note that it will get warm during heavy use.

As part of a garage or trunk emergency kit for a road trip, it will pay for itself.
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For connector on this (or any other type of inflator / pump with a cheap head), you can chop off the end and replace it with a hose barb for 1/4" air tools.

Once you do that you can use upgraded chucks like these:
https://jacosuperiorproducts.com/...air-chucks
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I coach multiple soccer teams. I keep this in my trunk to inflate soccer balls before practices. Digital gauge doesn't work the way I expected. But this is a must own for coaches that already have ryobi one+ batteries.
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I'd wait for this one to go back to $35 again:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308746324
That's the one I'm waiting for. Hope it goes on sale soon.
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