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DEWALT 20V MAX* Cordless Tire Inflator, Tool Only 140.89

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Apr 8, 2021
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[Amazon.ca] DEWALT 20V MAX* Cordless Tire Inflator, Tool Only 140.89

High pressure inflation mode with automatic shutoff

High volume inflation and deflation modes

Led light helps to provide illumination. High Pressure Operating Range is 3 - 160 PSI

Three power sources for inflation on a jobsite and on the go (20v max battery, 12V DC, or 110V AC)

Convenient onboard accessory storage

currently $159 at hd and $169 at ct. pm potential.
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Dec 1, 2010
231 posts
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Windsor
Got one last summer, seldom use my compressor now. No regrets.
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Aug 25, 2009
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socioguru wrote: Got one last summer, seldom use my compressor now. No regrets.
Wholeheartedly agree.
This has been as low as ~ $110 + taxes at HD but if you need it now for camping coming up not a bad price.

Can do large volume inflation or deflation. No brainer if you’re in the Dewalt ecosystem
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Sep 22, 2018
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Ajax
This was at $129 for many times in the past days on amazon.
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Jan 31, 2004
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Montreal
Got this for around 115$ with battery and taxes about 2 1/2 years ago.

I love it!!
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Sep 13, 2015
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Alberta
Got it for $120 in October from Amazon. Great tool.
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Apr 21, 2008
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Sorry if this sounds silly, I’m new to the Dewalt ecosystem

Can I use my drill batteries to power this?
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Dec 2, 2016
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mighty_chef wrote: Sorry if this sounds silly, I’m new to the Dewalt ecosystem

Can I use my drill batteries to power this?
Yes
Member
Jan 15, 2017
246 posts
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I love this thing. Not the fastest by any means when it comes to blowing up a tire but gets the job done. I love though that it is cordless so I can move to to places that I can't reach with my air compressor hose and also I can bring it up north to inflate the tube for behind the boat perfectly. The only better Dewalt tool I own is the hedge trimmer
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Dec 28, 2005
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Near VanCity
Thanks OP. Not the lowest price (picked it up from Amazon for $130 plus tax last month), but a great tool to add to my Dewalt collection. It came in very handy when I swapped out winter tires on a few vehicles ( (used it with a 5 ah battery I had). And as a bonus, I was able to teach my daughter how to easily check and maintain her tire pressures :)
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Mar 18, 2007
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Edmonton, ab
socioguru wrote: Got one last summer, seldom use my compressor now. No regrets.
It is really useful. I love mine.
Jr. Member
Dec 26, 2017
196 posts
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I’m with everyone here, the cordless aspect makes it very useful. I use it quite often on tires even up to 100psi and it doesn’t miss a beat. One of my favourites in addition to the handheld atomic reciprocating saw which get used everywhere!
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Aug 24, 2011
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Toronto and London
Why is this one more than double the price of the ryobi one?
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Sep 17, 2018
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How's the volume on this? I need something to seat the tubeless beads on my mtb tires
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Sep 6, 2007
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Very good product! I use it to pump up the kiddy pool, tires, balls etc. It's great you can dial in a PSI, leave it and it'll fill up to the pressure you set. No need to unplug, remeasure to see how high or low you are and refill.
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Jun 26, 2009
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One of these things, that after buying it, you wonder why you were so dumb not buying this sooner. I don't remember when was the last time I used my pancake compressor for car/bikes tires or inflating floaties. This thing is 10x more convenient and easier to move around.
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Jul 20, 2016
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RiftOfChaos wrote: Why is this one more than double the price of the ryobi one?
One of the reasons, and probably the main one, it is because it's a DeWalt. People are "locked" to each system, unless you want to buy multiple batteries and multiple chargers. Not really easy to do a like for like comparison.
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neonic wrote: One of the reasons, and probably the main one, it is because it's a DeWalt. People are "locked" to each system, unless you want to buy multiple batteries and multiple chargers. Not really easy to do a like for like comparison.
Just get an adapter, no need to maintain several batteries and chargers...
I make Ridgid to Ryobi Adapter and other adapters from Ridgid as well
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Jun 16, 2012
77 posts
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Vancouver
Great tool. i have it and used it 3 times so far. my buddy had a flat, and i got my brother to lend him his ryobi 18 volt inflator. i have no idea why gas stations charge 2 bucks for air, but for peace of mind and not paying a gas station, this thing will pay itself

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