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LIVE AGAIN AND CHEAPER!! Ryobi 18V ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator (Tool Only) $34.97 FS ($33.22 using PayPal/Discover bonus) LIVE AGAIN as of 7/8--YMMV

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For anyone who missed out before, previous Frontpage deal can still be had for $34.97+tax, FS--or $33.22+tax w/Discover/PayPal, see below-- if you order from one of several Texas stores as your home store. This approach was posted back in March by tomeaine, but his zip code didn't work for me. I searched recently and found zips 77037, 77373, 77093 and 77068 still were at 34.97. 7/8 Update: I just searched again, and all the stores at zip codes I listed previously are working again. I also checked several more stores that had the 34.97 price, and those now have free shipping to home as well-- 77070,77008,and 77024.

Internet #308746324
Model #P747
Store SKU #1004489849
Store SO SKU #1004139218

Change your local Home Depot store and the ship to zip code in the upper left corner of the HD web page to one of these zips for this item, put it in your cart with free shipping to home, then go to the checkout page and put in your actual shipping address, then order for shipment to your own address.

For those who have had trouble getting the deal to work, again, you have to change what the site shows by default in the upper left hand corner of the web page as your "local" store to one of the stores at the zip codes listed above. Then put the item in your cart, choose free shipping, and put in the actual address you want it shipped to--for most of us, that will be your home address in a state other than TX.

I expect they'll block it again eventually, but it was working again as of 12:20pm CDT on 7/8. .

Even better now, Discover card has an extra 5% savings if you order through PayPal linked to your card. The PayPal bonus is valid on any purchases made this way July-Sept.

Happy hunting!

Ordered one for myself, and received it on time.

Don't know how long this will last, so posted it as YMMV.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308746324
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Thanks OP, been waiting on a deal for this to keep in my trunk!
thought about this, but won't heat kill the battery?
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in for one, came out $38.07 for nyc
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The DeWalt is not smaller nor cheaper? It's advantage (?) is having more power options at three times this price. And in the same form factor, so the mention of bulkiness seems to be moot.

The BnD is even more expensive to assemble (125 on Amazon just for the base with drill and inflator, no other attachment heads) and the comparable Ryobi high pressure inflation tool is both smaller and only $30 at regular price. It looks like it must be 250-300 to get a matrix kit with as many attachments as you state.

I'm not sure what the comparison to a $35 tool is supposed to be. And Ryobi has small slow chargers, they're what comes in the kits with small bags.
Well it's not fair to compare sale prices to msrp. But yes, I acknowledge that this Ryobi inflator for $35 is the cheapest for a cordless, portable option. But for someone who is not in the Ryobi ecosystem, the cost of batteries and chargers and having to bring additional charges makes it less meaningful.

I got my matrix system for a fraction of the msrp. I.e $20 for the tool base and per tool head. And when I mentioned the BnD inflator, I was referring to the combo inflator comparable to this Ryobi and the DeWalt one. It has been 50% off before but I missed it. But still, it was more than $35.

I have toyed with the idea of getting into the Ryobi ecosystem many times before. Mainly because the tools on sale are just so cheap. But if you are someone who would prefer their brushless line, and I do, simply because they are soooo much better, their tools aren't actually that much of a bargain, mainly because ryobi brushless tools don't go on sale much. And at those price points, I might as well keep building my DeWalt lineup.

Having said that Investing in the Ryobi jobs plus system is still an option for me that's comparable to the matrix. And if the Ryobi batteries deal from Ryobi days included the jobs plus I would have bought it. But it didn't. So here I am again wanting to buy cheap tools on sale but still don't have the batteries and wondering if it's worth it.
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It's great if you have a bicycle. I have two of these in case one ever goes out, and they don't make them any more.

Set value of air pressure, and it stops automatically when reaches set value.
Portable, Uses battery from my other ryobi tools, so piggy backs without hassle. Great buy.
You are scaring me, what do you mean they dont make them any more? They are in stock at my store alll the time.
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Well it's not fair to compare sale prices to msrp. But yes, I acknowledge that this Ryobi inflator for $35 is the cheapest for a cordless, portable option. But for someone who is not in the Ryobi ecosystem, the cost of batteries and chargers and having to bring additional charges makes it less meaningful.

I got my matrix system for a fraction of the msrp. I.e $20 for the tool base and per tool head. And when I mentioned the BnD inflator, I was referring to the combo inflator comparable to this Ryobi and the DeWalt one. It has been 50% off before but I missed it. But still, it was more than $35.

I have toyed with the idea of getting into the Ryobi ecosystem many times before. Mainly because the tools on sale are just so cheap. But if you are someone who would prefer their brushless line, and I do, simply because they are soooo much better, their tools aren't actually that much of a bargain, mainly because ryobi brushless tools don't go on sale much. And at those price points, I might as well keep building my DeWalt lineup.

Having said that Investing in the Ryobi jobs plus system is still an option for me that's comparable to the matrix. And if the Ryobi batteries deal from Ryobi days included the jobs plus I would have bought it. But it didn't. So here I am again wanting to buy cheap tools on sale but still don't have the batteries and wondering if it's worth it.
As the bard said, "To Ryobi or not to Ryobi, that is the question." Dontknow
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But for someone who is not in the Ryobi ecosystem, the cost of batteries and chargers and having to bring additional charges makes it less meaningful.
This is a only deal for those who already have the Ryobi battery and charger - but is very popular because so many people are already invested in the Ryobi ecosystem.

If you don't already have the battery and charger, which cost much more than the tool itself, you're almost always better off buying a similar tool from the brand for which you already have a battery and charger - or just getting a plug in one.

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$50 here.
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Well it's not fair to compare sale prices to msrp. But yes, I acknowledge that this Ryobi inflator for $35 is the cheapest for a cordless, portable option. But for someone who is not in the Ryobi ecosystem, the cost of batteries and chargers and having to bring additional charges makes it less meaningful.

I got my matrix system for a fraction of the msrp. I.e $20 for the tool base and per tool head. And when I mentioned the BnD inflator, I was referring to the combo inflator comparable to this Ryobi and the DeWalt one. It has been 50% off before but I missed it. But still, it was more than $35.

I have toyed with the idea of getting into the Ryobi ecosystem many times before. Mainly because the tools on sale are just so cheap. But if you are someone who would prefer their brushless line, and I do, simply because they are soooo much better, their tools aren't actually that much of a bargain, mainly because ryobi brushless tools don't go on sale much. And at those price points, I might as well keep building my DeWalt lineup.

Having said that Investing in the Ryobi jobs plus system is still an option for me that's comparable to the matrix. And if the Ryobi batteries deal from Ryobi days included the jobs plus I would have bought it. But it didn't. So here I am again wanting to buy cheap tools on sale but still don't have the batteries and wondering if it's worth it.
Dude, i've been there and toyed with the "Pro Grade" argument before. The only thing that turns most people off is the Neon Green. As a home owner everything they make is good enough, and if i fails you did not spend a fortune to replace it compared to "professional grade" Plus they have soo many tools its ridiculous, glue gun? They have two , Auger? Two as well, Flashlights, power tools, landscaping, and everything in between,
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That changing zip code trick worked for me. Thank you!
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I love this inflator and use it all the time for bike and car tires. So easy to just set the desired PSI and let it do it's thing.

It does not however do balloons very well. The high volume side can't push enough pressure to inflate a balloon and the high pressure side takes forever to inflate one. I eventually filled up 30+ balloons for my kid's bday, but it took close to 30 min and 2 battery packs. At least my lungs didn't get a workout.
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EXCELLENT! THANK YOU!!

I've had one of these for almost two years now and it is AWESOME!! I use it regularly to inflate/deflate my kayak. I've used it to inflate balls for my kids to play with, top of bike tires, and even to inflate (not from empty/flat) my truck tires to 65 PSI, as well as the airbags I have on my truck for when I tow my 5th wheel. The unit is well built, versatile, and the fact that I can use the batteries I already own with my other Ryobi tools makes it so worth it. I actually had bought a couple more of these back in December of 2020 to give one to my brother as an xmas gift, and have a second one for me for when the day inevitably comes that my original one fails. Well, yesterday my Dad was over and asked where I got it because he's impressed and wants one. So I gave him my spare and just happened upon this post and scored another one for my backup unit.

If you are in the market for a super versatile unit, or especially if you already have Ryobi tools and own the batteries, do not hesitate to buy this product!
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Thank you, I have this exact model and would recommend it. I use it frequently for inflating balls, air mattresses, and an inflatable kayak. So much easier than using a hand pump.
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Price goes back to $49.99 when I select ship to home in Florida. doesn't work for me.
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I picked one up during the last SD. Love this thing! I hope it lasts.
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This is a really good compressor for the money. I use it on my cars, pool floats, soccer and basketballs. Set the PSI and it does the rest.
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