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$55 BLACK & DECKER 20V MAX Cordless Tire Inflator, Cordless & Corded Power, Tool Only $55.01

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Can someone explain how the B&D is better than the Ryobi which can be had for less than half this price. I understand the Ryobi is factory blemished but people are saying it's like new.
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Can someone explain how the B&D is better than the Ryobi which can be had for less than half this price. I understand the Ryobi is factory blemished but people are saying it's like new.
I think the Ryobi can be used with battery only.

B&D can be used with battery, DC 12V plug (car) or AC (house plug).

I bought it since I already own 20v batteries.
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Does this work with the 20v max batteries?
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Can someone explain how the B&D is better than the Ryobi which can be had for less than half this price. I understand the Ryobi is factory blemished but people are saying it's like new.
Link plz
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I own one of these. Works perfectly with porter cable branded batteries with a slight shaving off of one of the plastic alignment pins.

Works on AC, 12v DC car outlet, and with 20v lithium as mentioned above. Awesome little compressor. I actually used it once to inflate truck tires to 80psi. It wasn't as fast as a shop air compressor, but it was faster than I expected, and much faster than any other portable battery or 12v compressor I've used.

If you own 20v max lithium black and decker or porter cable branded tools, this will be an excellent addition to your collection.
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This dropped in price to around $45 close to Black Friday according to camelcamelcamel. I'd say hold off.
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Does this work with the 20v max batteries?
Yes it does.
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How did this get so many thumbs up? It doesn't even seem like a good deal. Doesn't seem like B&D 20v batteries are very popular either.
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Not a bad unit, and the ability to go from 20v battery, to car lighter adaptor, to regular wall plugin is great. Picked up one on clearance at lowes for $20 awhile ago. Only issue I've had is the psi gauge is a bit wonky. Ideally you should be able to set it and walk off and it'll shut off when desired psi is reached. Sometimes it shuts off late. If you don't have it connected firmly and directly to valve stem it'll get a real low or high reading shutting it off at undesirable times. Just hooking it up and leaving sometimes is all it needs to work itself loose. Its ok, glad i have one but would prolly pass at this price
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How did this get so many thumbs up? It doesn't even seem like a good deal. Doesn't seem like B&D 20v batteries are very popular either.
Yeah if you look at the price history this isn't even a very good deal. It's been as low as $40.
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I own one of these. Works perfectly with porter cable branded batteries with a slight shaving off of one of the plastic alignment pins.

Works on AC, 12v DC car outlet, and with 20v lithium as mentioned above. Awesome little compressor. I actually used it once to inflate truck tires to 80psi. It wasn't as fast as a shop air compressor, but it was faster than I expected, and much faster than any other portable battery or 12v compressor I've used.

If you own 20v max lithium black and decker or porter cable branded tools, this will be an excellent addition to your collection.
Do I understand it correctly: you can use any of the 3 possible power sources (12V car auxillary, 20V battery, 120V AC wall outlet) for any inflation (high pressure or high volume)?
For example, I can plug it into a wall outlet and inflate a car tire?
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Do I understand it correctly: you can use any of the 3 possible power sources (12V car auxillary, 20V battery, 120V AC wall outlet) for any inflation (high pressure or high volume)?
For example, I can plug it into a wall outlet and inflate a car tire?
Car tire? No problem. Higher volume than that might take a while. If I recall correctly it took about ten minutes to inflate the 80psi truck tires. (3/4 ton work pickup.)
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I bought mine in March 2019 for $46. It's performed well and uses the 20v B&D batteries I already have for other tools I own. Having both battery and 120v options has been a plus.
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