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Ryobi 18V ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator (Tool Only) EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi 18V ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator (Tool Only, P747) on sale for $39.97. Shipping is free or select free curbside pickup where available.

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Includes:
  • Ryobi P747 18-Volt ONE+ Inflator (Tool Only)
  • High pressure hose
  • High pressure nozzle
  • Presta valve adaptor
  • Sports ball needle
  • High volume hose
  • Pinch valve nozzle
  • Operator's manual
Key Features:
  • Autofill shutoff for hands free inflation
  • High volume inflation/deflation for large inflatables like air mattresses and pool toys
  • Digital gauge
  • Brass threaded tire chuck for durability and ease of use
  • Cordless for convenient use in virtually any location
  • Inflates a car tire from flat to full in 4 minutes (using P108 4.0 Ah LITHIUM+ Battery, not included)
  • Inflates twin air mattresses in 30 seconds (using P108 4.0 Ah LITHIUM+ Battery, not included)
  • Onboard storage for accessories
  • Part of the RYOBI ONE+ System of over 175 Cordless Tools
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty

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HD lowered the price of the inflator, it's also available refurbished at DirectToolsOutlet for $29+$7 shipping

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__BIOHAZARD___ asked this question on 02-17-2021 at 08:58 PM
02-18-2021 at 01:42 PM
Battery. I cannot find a 12v to 18v adapter for Robin's One+ family. You would have to build your own.
02-19-2021 at 04:18 AM
I suppose you could buy a generic 12vdc to 18vdc converter, then you would have to come up with some way to attach the leads to the inflator. The issue you would have to research, is if one of those would have sufficient amps.

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Love it. The mattress inflate comes in handy for camping or air mattresses, no-brainer if you're in the ryobi ecosystem. I don't think this would be as good for pool toys and the like (they have a high volume inflator also which you can find for like 20 bucks sometimes but won't do mattresses).

Do yourself a favor, get a piece of paper, write the PSI for all cars and bicycles, etc and tape it to the back of this and you'll. E able to top off or fill the tires without having to read the small print or open the driver-side door.
I got the Slime quick-release adapter from Autozone [autozone.com], only $5 and available in stores.
Bought this on the last deal....love it

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Bought this on the last deal....love it
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Own this and I appreciate that I can set psi and simply wait for inflation. Used this on my cars with zero issues
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Own this and I appreciate that I can set psi and simply wait for inflation. Used this on my cars with zero issues
I've ready many reviews that say it isn't accurate. What is your experience? Do you measure the pressure after inflation and compare it to your set point?
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Love it. The mattress inflate comes in handy for camping or air mattresses, no-brainer if you're in the ryobi ecosystem. I don't think this would be as good for pool toys and the like (they have a high volume inflator also which you can find for like 20 bucks sometimes but won't do mattresses).

Do yourself a favor, get a piece of paper, write the PSI for all cars and bicycles, etc and tape it to the back of this and you'll. E able to top off or fill the tires without having to read the small print or open the driver-side door.
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I've ready many reviews that say it isn't accurate. What is your experience? Do you measure the pressure after inflation and compare it to your set point?
I find it within 1-.5 psi, but a little inaccurate
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I've ready many reviews that say it isn't accurate. What is your experience? Do you measure the pressure after inflation and compare it to your set point?
In my experience, it tends to overshoot by 1-2 psi on a 32-38psi car tire. Comparing against the built in presure sensors. Not bad at all.
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Got one, thanks.

I'm glad that I no longer have to use the cigarette lighter type anymore, and it'd be nice to keep one in the trunk when biking.
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I got one on the last deal, and I love it. It's great to be able to set it, do something else, and have it automatically stop when the desired PSI is reached. I always shoot for 1/2 PSI over and do a final check/adjustment with my racing tire pressure gauge.

LPT: get an extension with a quick release end off Amazon. It'll make things much faster going from wheel to wheel.
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I find it within 1-.5 psi, but a little inaccurate
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In my experience, it tends to overshoot by 1-2 psi on a 32-38psi car tire. Comparing against the built in presure sensors. Not bad at all.
That isn't too bad at all. Thanks, guys!
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I got one on the last deal, and I love it. It's great to be able to set it, do something else, and have it automatically stop when the desired PSI is reached. I always shoot for 1/2 PSI over and do a final check/adjustment with my racing tire pressure gauge.

LPT: get an extension with a quick release end off Amazon. It'll make things much faster going from wheel to wheel.
You have a link? I think you mean the part that clips on?
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Is it worth buying the 1.5ah battery and charger bundle?

I don't have any 18v batteries but can wait for a better deal
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I got one on the last deal, and I love it. It's great to be able to set it, do something else, and have it automatically stop when the desired PSI is reached. I always shoot for 1/2 PSI over and do a final check/adjustment with my racing tire pressure gauge.

LPT: get an extension with a quick release end off Amazon. It'll make things much faster going from wheel to wheel.
I have this one and the prior one, which I prefer as it has the quick release connection. Admittedly the screw type is more secure but I haven't had any issues. I only use it on trips though, the garage compressor is better for airing up all the tires.

Handy to use for air mattresses though.
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