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Homedepot has Ryobi 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion Portable High Pressure Inflator (Bare Tool) for $19.97

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Easy to read digital gauge provides pin point accuracy
High pressure inflation of 0 PSI to 150 PSI for tires and small inflatables
Cordless convenience for use almost anywhere
Pistol grip handles designed with GRIPZONE overmold for optimum grip and comfort
Large diameter piston allows for fast inflation
20 in. hose with onboard storage clip
Convenient accessory compartment for needle and nozzle accessories
Includes sports equipment needle and 2 high pressure nozzles
Part of the RYOBI ONE+ System of over 175 Cordless Tools
3-year manufacturer's warranty
Includes: (1) P737D 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless Power Inflator (Tool Only), nozzle accessories, and an operator's manual
Battery and charger sold separately
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i had this one and i returned it. has no automatic stop when the desired pressure is attained. teeny numbers, hard to read. there is a much better one that was posted a couple days ago from the reman site, it was about 10 bucks more, but way better than this one
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i had this one and i returned it. has no automatic stop when the desired pressure is attained. teeny numbers, hard to read. there is a much better one that was posted a couple days ago from the reman site, it was about 10 bucks more, but way better than this one
Besides the not stopping and small display, did it work well? Did it inflate in a reasonable amount of time? Did it shut off from overheating?
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Besides the not stopping and small display, did it work well? Did it inflate in a reasonable amount of time? Did it shut off from overheating?
No, no and no. It is slow and noisy too, I returned it too.
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Besides the not stopping and small display, did it work well? Did it inflate in a reasonable amount of time? Did it shut off from overheating?
I love mine, it's easier than carrying a compressor. also it didn't over heat.
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i had this one and i returned it. has no automatic stop when the desired pressure is attained. teeny numbers, hard to read. there is a much better one that was posted a couple days ago from the reman site, it was about 10 bucks more, but way better than this one
Can you recall the brand of the one that you like better?
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This is one great tool! I use it all the time on bicycle tires.
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Much rather have the one with an analog gauge. But I'll try it out.
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Can you recall the brand of the one that you like better?
https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...tor/p/P747
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Thanks!
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With the weather getting cold, this seems great for those damn tires that like to deflat a bit in PSI (or discovering the hard way you have a leak)
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I bought it today, my tires on my Ram 1500 had been saying low. around 32-35 depending on the tire. i used it and pumped it up to the recommended 39 on all tires. Turned on the truck and the numbers never changed. Checked it with a separate hand held digital gauge and it read 34. I guess i will need to pump them up to 45 with this and hope it comes out around 39. Still might be worth it because its "portable" .
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What's a good battery for this tool (mAh)? Or any on sale at the moment?
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i had this one and i returned it. has no automatic stop when the desired pressure is attained. teeny numbers, hard to read. there is a much better one that was posted a couple days ago from the reman site, it was about 10 bucks more, but way better than this one
Agreed, this one is small, not loud, fine for anything up to bike tires, but that's the limit IMO. It starts destroying itself when you're inflating a car tire. Takes forever, you have to hold the trigger, and starts smelling bad and melting the hose after a couple minutes.

I am MUCH happier with their Dual Function Inflator/Deflator, that one lets you set-and-forget the PSI you want, and it has no issues. I bought mine "factory seconds" from Discount Tools for $37 shipped.
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