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Ryobi One+ 18V Power Inflator (Tool Only)

SUCHaDEAL 13,693 50,047 May 19, 2016 at 07:38 AM in Tools (7) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 05-21-2016 by brisar at 04:51 AM View Original Post
Home Depot has Ryobi One+ 18V Power Inflator (Tool Only) (P737) for $19.88. Store pickup is free where stock permits. Thanks SUCHaDEAL

Note, battery is not included.

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Written by brisar

This tool features a 20" hose w/ on-board storage clip & a maximum pressure 150 PSI. -johnny_miller

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You ever try to pump a car tire up with a manual bike pump?
This thing really blows.
I have this one and it. is. awesome. Between having a 6 year old In sports blowing up balls, camping and overnites blowing up and deflating mattress' and the wives car having a slow leak I use it 2-3 times a week. Actually used it twice last night.

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Grr, ordered it a week ago and just picked it up in store yesterday. If only I procrastinated one more day I could have done the price adjustment.
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Quote from darkNiGHTS View Post :
Grr, ordered it a week ago and just picked it up in store yesterday. If only I procrastinated one more day I could have done the price adjustment.
Call them or go back with the receipt. They should give you one.
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This thing really blows.
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Quote from Longdingdong View Post :
This thing really blows.
It also sucks in some way.
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Lol I have one of these. You have to hold the trigger constantly as there is no on and off switch. Nothing a velcro strap can't fix. Kind of a cool little thing since it is cordless.
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Works great and is cheaper than a manual bike pump!
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Quote from JonnyJett View Post :
Works great and is cheaper than a manual bike pump!
cheaper ?
manual bike pump normally is less than $10. no battery needed
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you can buy the one that plugs into the cigar lighter at Harbor Freight for $7-$10. Sure it's noisy and junk, but how often do you need to use it? And why would you have to carry batteries in your car when you have the car battery already?
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Quote from cgigate View Post :
cheaper ?
manual bike pump normally is less than $10. no battery needed
Check again:

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb...floor+pump

The best bike floor pumps are $20+

I'm sure you could find a handheld pump for under $10, but when you're comparing the amount of effort you have to put out to pump up stuff, I'll pay an extra $10 for a cordless electric anyday, ESPECIALLY if I need to top off an auto tire or pump up an air mattress.

At $20 this is a no brainer.

Quote from lzboy View Post :
you can buy the one that plugs into the cigar lighter at Harbor Freight for $7-$10. Sure it's noisy and junk, but how often do you need to use it? And why would you have to carry batteries in your car when you have the car battery already?
Because people don't only use this to pump up flat tires while on the road.
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Last edited by JonnyJett May 19, 2016 at 12:05 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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I know this one isnt on sale....But for $20 more seems like a better option for what you get
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../203060297
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Quote from cgigate View Post :
cheaper ?
manual bike pump normally is less than $10. no battery needed
You ever try to pump a car tire up with a manual bike pump?
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Quote from newell74 View Post :
You ever try to pump a car tire up with a manual bike pump?
I have successfully done so on multiple occassions. I just bought this to (hopefully) avoid that from now on bounce
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Quote from ldm497 View Post :
I know this one isnt on sale....But for $20 more seems like a better option for what you get
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../203060297
I have this one and it. is. awesome. Between having a 6 year old In sports blowing up balls, camping and overnites blowing up and deflating mattress' and the wives car having a slow leak I use it 2-3 times a week. Actually used it twice last night.
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