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  • Includes (1) P747 18-Volt ONE+ Inflator, high pressure hose, high pressure nozzle, Presta valve adaptor, sports ball needle, high volume hose, pinch valve nozzle
  • Comes with a 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty. - persian_mafia

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Home Depot has Ryobi 18V ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator Bare Tool (P747) for $39.97. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+.

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

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Home Depot has 70-Piece Ryobi Impact Rated Driving Kit (AR2040) on sale for $12.97

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I use mine about once a week. Ive checked the accuracy with my best tire gage and its accurate within 1 pound. Shuts off at the preset which is great. Just used it on 8 tires (topping off)last night and all of them were inflated to within .4 lbs(started to get a little hot at this point) None of these type of compressors will last very long and thats because of the design. They are all oil-less and will wear out. Certainly not for large all terrain tires. Much better pumps for that. Occasional top-offs is what its best for
If you are in the market and don't have ryobi batteries, they should have a free bare tool with the $99 battery kit coming up for Father's Day
Odd - I've had two of these (both warranty replacements from Ryobi) and they BOTH failed within weeks of use. In fact, the first one failed after the first time I used it. The second one started having similar funny (clunking) sounds like the first one - but held on for a few weeks before it died. I've had the ability to test them, because I have 4ah Ryobi batteries and a previous (now replaced) leaking tire that I had to constantly refill.

Anyone that has great things to say about this model, I'd have to ask you how much you've really used it. As a side note, the previous model inflator is awesome, but this new model that replace it sucks. The old model looked like a mini boom box. I liked it so much, that I actually took the time to repair it (the inflation valve broke) with a new inflation valve I bought off of eBay (took some work and the use of mini hose clamp, but it worked).

Finally, if you do decide to buy, a couple notes on the new design (and other reasons I don't like it)... it's LOUD, and the LCD read out is very difficult to read except at a very specific angle (ie, it stands up vertical, but the LCD is hard to read unless it's laying on its "back," horizontal). It's hard for me to believe that I'm the only person that received two almost complete duds and the design is awesome for everyone else. Oh yeah, and the buttons are super difficult to figure out in the dark... the old version had a bright LCD on the top of it with an easy to find rocker switch, while the new version, the buttons face your body while you're looking down from above - you have to tilt it back to see it. Also, it uses 4 rubber buttons of all the exact same size to inflate, and in the dark, they're VERY difficult to find without using the light on your phone or a flashlight.

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If you are in the market and don't have ryobi batteries, they should have a free bare tool with the $99 battery kit coming up for Father's Day
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Just came here to say that I had it for a few months and it is awesome. Highly recommended.
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Is this an upgrade on the fatter versions?
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I agree, this is a fantastic unit.

Note correct link for the driving kit: https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308135509
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Love this thing. Brought it camping to blow up air mattresses. When filling up tires you set the psi you want to fill to and it shuts off when it gets there.
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If you are in the market and don't have ryobi batteries, they should have a free bare tool with the $99 battery kit coming up for Father's Day
How expensive of a tool can you get with that deal? I.e. it would be more prudent to get a reciprocating saw versus this for me if possible
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Just came here to say that I had it for a few months and it is awesome. Highly recommended.
Odd - I've had two of these (both warranty replacements from Ryobi) and they BOTH failed within weeks of use. In fact, the first one failed after the first time I used it. The second one started having similar funny (clunking) sounds like the first one - but held on for a few weeks before it died. I've had the ability to test them, because I have 4ah Ryobi batteries and a previous (now replaced) leaking tire that I had to constantly refill.

Anyone that has great things to say about this model, I'd have to ask you how much you've really used it. As a side note, the previous model inflator is awesome, but this new model that replace it sucks. The old model looked like a mini boom box. I liked it so much, that I actually took the time to repair it (the inflation valve broke) with a new inflation valve I bought off of eBay (took some work and the use of mini hose clamp, but it worked).

Finally, if you do decide to buy, a couple notes on the new design (and other reasons I don't like it)... it's LOUD, and the LCD read out is very difficult to read except at a very specific angle (ie, it stands up vertical, but the LCD is hard to read unless it's laying on its "back," horizontal). It's hard for me to believe that I'm the only person that received two almost complete duds and the design is awesome for everyone else. Oh yeah, and the buttons are super difficult to figure out in the dark... the old version had a bright LCD on the top of it with an easy to find rocker switch, while the new version, the buttons face your body while you're looking down from above - you have to tilt it back to see it. Also, it uses 4 rubber buttons of all the exact same size to inflate, and in the dark, they're VERY difficult to find without using the light on your phone or a flashlight.
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Odd - I've had two of these (both warranty replacements from Ryobi) and they BOTH failed within weeks of use. In fact, the first one failed after the first time I used it. The second one started having similar funny (clunking) sounds like the first one - but held on for a few weeks before it died. I've had the ability to test them, because I have 4ah Ryobi batteries and a previous (now replaced) leaking tire that I had to constantly refill.

Anyone that has great things to say about this model, I'd have to ask you how much you've really used it. As a side note, the previous model inflator is awesome, but this new model that replace it sucks. The old model looked like a mini boom box. I liked it so much, that I actually took the time to repair it (the inflation valve broke) with a new inflation valve I bought off of eBay (took some work and the use of mini hose clamp, but it worked).

Finally, if you do decide to buy, a couple notes on the new design (and other reasons I don't like it)... it's LOUD, and the LCD read out is very difficult to read except at a very specific angle (ie, it stands up vertical, but the LCD is hard to read unless it's laying on its "back," horizontal). It's hard for me to believe that I'm the only person that received two almost complete duds and the design is awesome for everyone else.
Cant speak to your experience but I had none of the issues you are describing used both modes several times with no issues to report.
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How expensive of a tool can you get with that deal? I.e. it would be more prudent to get a reciprocating saw versus this for me if possible
I've seen tools typically max out at around the $99 to $129 each time for the BOGO. Last time I used the trick to but a 9ah battery for $45 via the return method.
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Odd - I've had two of these (both warranty replacements from Ryobi) and they BOTH failed within weeks of use. In fact, the first one failed after the first time I used it. The second one started having similar funny (clunking) sounds like the first one - but held on for a few weeks before it died. I've had the ability to test them, because I have 4ah Ryobi batteries and a previous (now replaced) leaking tire that I had to constantly refill.

Anyone that has great things to say about this model, I'd have to ask you how much you've really used it. As a side note, the previous model inflator is awesome, but this new model that replace it sucks. The old model looked like a mini boom box. I liked it so much, that I actually took the time to repair it (the inflation valve broke) with a new inflation valve I bought off of eBay (took some work and the use of mini hose clamp, but it worked).

Finally, if you do decide to buy, a couple notes on the new design (and other reasons I don't like it)... it's LOUD, and the LCD read out is very difficult to read except at a very specific angle (ie, it stands up vertical, but the LCD is hard to read unless it's laying on its "back," horizontal). It's hard for me to believe that I'm the only person that received two almost complete duds and the design is awesome for everyone else. Oh yeah, and the buttons are super difficult to figure out in the dark... the old version had a bright LCD on the top of it with an easy to find rocker switch, while the new version, the buttons face your body while you're looking down from above - you have to tilt it back to see it. Also, it uses 4 rubber buttons of all the exact same size to inflate, and in the dark, they're VERY difficult to find without using the light on your phone or a flashlight.
How much were you using it? I dont personally own this unit but almost all small inflators specifically indicate a cool down time between inflates if used for a specific period. For example the inflator i current have (not ryobi) and the previous inflator i had indicated to let cool for 10 minutes for every 10 minutes of use. Overuse in this case would obviously damage the unit.
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I liked this unit when it was displaying correctly. It was easy to use, you can take it with you on vacation just to feel safe. After 1.5 years of ownership, the display will not show zero when it is off the tire. It shows 22 psi for 0 psi. Now I have to add 22 psi to correct this error. so If I wanted 35 psi I have to put it at 57. I don't have other types of inflaters but when it reaches pressure for example 35 psi, it will drop down to 34 psi after a second. I hope they have an updated version of this device. I've used this device about every 3 weeks or so on two vehicles each time.
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Cant speak to your experience but I had none of the issues you are describing used both modes several times with no issues to report.
My experience has been great to. I love this thing.
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