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[Home Depot] Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Power Inflator (Tool-Only) $29.98

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sonyHdr12 wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 10:09 am
Thanks, the return policy is 90days.
I have returned things a year after purchase at homedepot.
no question asked.
It is one of the reasons I always shop at homedepot.

Depends on the store, through. YMMV
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Jul 15, 2003
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I love this thing. got it a year ago beacause i'm already a ryobi 18V user and have batteries.

I also have an air compressor. And even thought it is a small one it's still annoying to lug around a car or over to my kids bike vs this ryobi inflator. Car tires, bike tires, soccer/basket balls.
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i have the larger version as well, works great, not the fastest but you can set it and walk away (i don't think this small one has that option) so its not a big deal that its not super fast
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johnsmithy wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 8:41 am
This looks interesting. I'm using one of those cigarette lighter plug in versions but it is really slow to fill tires. Hopefully this works better.
Do you turn on the engine? I have a couple of 12V inflators as well, and if the car engine is running, the pump is much faster than if running on the car battery only (ie. accessory position).
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Apr 7, 2008
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Toronto
I have one and my brother has the other and we've compared the P731 ($29) and P737 ($69) side by side. The P737 inflates an adult size swim tube 1 min faster than the P731 consistenly and its compact and light. But although the P731 is definitely slower and bigger, the advantages are that its deflate function is great for beach inflatables as you're packing up, setting an inflation pressure is useful, and you can leave it alone while it inflates or deflates to do other things unlike the P737 which has a trigger that doesn't lock.

It'd be nice if the P731 had the same rate of inflation as the P737 so that the choice would be easy. The P737 is also a bit quieter than the P731 but both are quite loud.

Does the P731 ever go on sale?
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Didn't know the bigger one is slower. Things I learn on RFD. :)

Had my third tire swap of the week done and getting four tires from maybe 29 to 34 wasn't bad though I set the inflator to 37, it likely was really only 35.

Big one is $40 USD in the States.
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Nov 5, 2008
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Richmond
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Timed it with a full charge battery to go from 32 to 34psi only took 20sec. Happy with the purchase if it’ll last. My cigarette lighter powered pump is 20 years old and still working but I picked up the Ryobi for convenience.
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The ones having problems with the tool trying to inflate from 0 to 32 PSI actually have bigger problems with their tires or rims or both. :)

Mine winters are 29/30 because I had to let air leak out in early to mid-April because the temperature was already climbing.
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jm1 wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 10:45 am
Do you turn on the engine? I have a couple of 12V inflators as well, and if the car engine is running, the pump is much faster than if running on the car battery only (ie. accessory position).
Really?!? Never tried with the engine running because of the fumes.
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johnsmithy wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 11:44 pm
Really?!? Never tried with the engine running because of the fumes.
engine running supplies 14v, engine off is only around 12v, so it does work a lot better. but i still prefer my ryobi :D
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Jan 12, 2005
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Have this for about a year. Paid full price. I'd recommend it even at full price for those who are already invested in the Ryobi 18V. The convenience is perfect. I particularly like the lever attachment (as opposed to screw on type). Makes it that much faster especially when detaching after desired pressure is achieved - minimizing that bit of leak.
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P731 is infinitely better. Digital programming, auto shutoff, also does low pressure inflating/deflating.

Save your $30 and put it towards this one $69 msrp.

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I have been guilty of not checking the spare tires for a while now.

Portable is the way to go. But I think I have the tires right side up. :(. Which it was plug and play.
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This is a great price at $30. Go get one for if you have a +ONE battery for sure.
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Nov 18, 2004
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Does the 731 ever go on sale or is it too niche?

There is another one that looks like a cordless drill (p738) that is meant for low pressure applications and would be perfect for my inflatable kayak and sup boards.

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