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Ryobi 18V high pressure inflator P737D $34.88 (reg $39.98) YMMV

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[Home Depot] Ryobi 18V high pressure inflator P737D $34.88 (reg $39.98) YMMV

Saw this Friday at Stockyards-Toronto.

HD website lists the Ryobi P737D high pressure inflator at $39.98.
Tagged in store at $34.88. At least 8 boxes there.

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001487654
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It's on sale but it's not a hot deal. For instance last month it was 29.99 at home depot.
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Nov 26, 2011
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To me, the fact that this is "Tool Only" makes this a relatively cold deal
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pattontj wrote: To me, the fact that this is "Tool Only" makes this a relatively cold deal
You expect a tool/battery/charger for $35.... right

You realize that every manufacturer sells like that
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Jul 28, 2017
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networksend wrote: You expect a tool/battery/charger for $35.... right

You realize that every manufacturer sells like that
You damn right we expect a tool and battery for $35!
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I got this about a month ago for $34.88 which I thought was already regular price. Still gave a thumbs up for the usefulness of it.

The time and effort it has saved me from pumping my bike tires up to 80psi was worth it alone.

I saw the other thread that there are Ryobi days coming soon. Not sure what the price will be by then.
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Mint wrote: I got this about a month ago for $34.88 which I thought was already regular price. Still gave a thumbs up for the usefulness of it.

The time and effort it has saved me from pumping my bike tires up to 80psi was worth it alone.

I saw the other thread that there are Ryobi days coming soon. Not sure what the price will be by then.
The Ryobi Days are already happening.
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Has been this price for like 2 months now....
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Feb 29, 2016
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Is this any good for pumping up inflatable pools? I nearly had a heart attack maintaining a slowly (air) leaking pool in this insane heat the other day, using only the tiny hand pump that came with the damn thing...
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michtang wrote: You damn right we expect a tool and battery for $35!
well obviously I would love that too, but im being realistic....
RetiredRFDer wrote: Is this any good for pumping up inflatable pools? I nearly had a heart attack maintaining a slowly (air) leaking pool in this insane heat the other day, using only the tiny hand pump that came with the damn thing...
you would want the high volume inflator for that or the dual function one
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001063829
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001420717
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networksend wrote: well obviously I would love that too, but im being realistic....


you would want the high volume inflator for that or the dual function one
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001063829
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001420717
I thought it was an ok deal, i ended getting both the high pressure ($35) and high volume ($24).

But the dual function is a nice all in one, didn't know one existed.
I might return the 2 separate ones and get the dual version.
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Feb 29, 2016
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Sorry if this has been asked-and-answered already, but is there an inflator that does BOTH simple things like bike tires and basketballs AND larger tasks like car tires, inflatable mattresses and swimming pools? I want one device that does it all, if such a thing exists...
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RetiredRFDer wrote: Sorry if this has been asked-and-answered already, but is there an inflator that does BOTH simple things like bike tires and basketballs AND larger tasks like car tires, inflatable mattresses and swimming pools? I want one device that does it all, if such a thing exists...
Ryobi makes this for $59

It's a high pressure and high volume built into one unit (two different hoses)
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Oh, I just got it yesterday, it was $39.99, minus 20% off.
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RetiredRFDer wrote: Which model - the P747? I was reading the specs and reviews and it doesn't say anything about smaller volume capacity for things like balls and bike tires.
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001420717
It's got the needle attachment for balls and bike tires usually use the same compressor as a car tire (or at least my bikes do) so I suppose that inflator skills work fine.

It's OOS everywhere now though. I knew I should've bought one yesterday with the coupon...
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RetiredRFDer wrote: Which model - the P747? I was reading the specs and reviews and it doesn't say anything about smaller volume capacity for things like balls and bike tires.
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001420717
My understanding is that the high pressure side is for tires (bike and auto) and sports balls. The high volume side is for air mattresses, and pool toys.

If you only need to do sports balls and tires, get the P737D from the original post.
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001487654
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RetiredRFDer wrote: Sorry if this has been asked-and-answered already, but is there an inflator that does BOTH simple things like bike tires and basketballs AND larger tasks like car tires, inflatable mattresses and swimming pools? I want one device that does it all, if such a thing exists...
It was discussed in the post right above yours. Just had to scroll up
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RetiredRFDer wrote: Is this any good for pumping up inflatable pools? I nearly had a heart attack maintaining a slowly (air) leaking pool in this insane heat the other day, using only the tiny hand pump that came with the damn thing...
I'm not sure my use case is the same as yours but it works well enough to inflate my car tires as well as my baby's inflatable pool. Mind you, its tiny!Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Tightly-closed Eyes

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