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RYOBI 18V ONE+ Dual Function Cordless Inflator/Deflator (Tool Only $49.77)

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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V ONE+ Dual Function Cordless Inflator/Deflator (Tool Only $49.77)

Back by popular demand, the Ryobi inflator/deflator tool is great for a lot of uses. If you are in the Ryobi ecosystem, this is a must have tool! It was sold out during the tool and free battery kit sale but now is back for just under $50.

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How come this is a must have?

My first thought was using this to air up after airing down off-road, but it looks to be slow and low duty cycle.

Air mattress? Aren't there smaller/more optimized air pumps and some even included with mattress?

Bikes? I guess so but surely a few pumps with the foot pumps isn't end of the world?

What are these... Mostly used for?
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Kaitlyn wrote: How come this is a must have?

My first thought was using this to air up after airing down off-road, but it looks to be slow and low duty cycle.

Air mattress? Aren't there smaller/more optimized air pumps and some even included with mattress?

Bikes? I guess so but surely a few pumps with the foot pumps isn't end of the world?

What are these... Mostly used for?
Car tires

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Dec 8, 2010
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Thanks OP. I ordered this 28 days ago, and just got a price adjustment.

Great little tool. Topped up the tires, and then used it as a electric duster.

Bring it camping to inflate the mattress and toys, and deflate them quickly to get them back into the car.
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Aug 30, 2007
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Burlington
I bought this a couple months ago at full price. Does my air mattresses, inflatable kids toys and car tires. Awesome device!
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Kaitlyn wrote: How come this is a must have?

My first thought was using this to air up after airing down off-road, but it looks to be slow and low duty cycle.

Air mattress? Aren't there smaller/more optimized air pumps and some even included with mattress?

Bikes? I guess so but surely a few pumps with the foot pumps isn't end of the world?

What are these... Mostly used for?
Cordless allows you to bring this anywhere. Bring it camping to inflate your mattress in your tent and use it to deflate your air mattress too. Use it to inflate your bike tires. Set the PSI you want for your tires and let it do it’s thing, it automatically stops inflating when it hits the PSI you set. The list goes on!
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Any deals on the battery?
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Nov 2, 2020
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Good questions. 110psi bike tires, 45 psi car tires. The auto stop feature is great (lots of dedicated car tire inflators have this). The ease of use being battery operated.
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got this during the free battery event. Loved it for the tires as it automatically stops when it reaches a certain psi.

I tried using the blower to blow away water from the crevices of my car after a car wash and it was not quite powerful enough....
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Oct 12, 2006
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Dang. I know it's only a buck for the inflator at the gas station, but it's a hassle to go there after seasonal changes. And maybe I'll check my tire pressure more often.
The auto off seems really useful too.
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heymanwuzup wrote: got this during the free battery event. Loved it for the tires as it automatically stops when it reaches a certain psi.

I tried using the blower to blow away water from the crevices of my car after a car wash and it was not quite powerful enough....
U should use the EGO blower
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heymanwuzup wrote: got this during the free battery event. Loved it for the tires as it automatically stops when it reaches a certain psi.

I tried using the blower to blow away water from the crevices of my car after a car wash and it was not quite powerful enough....
How was the cost with the battery?

Will wait till then for their next offer :)
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One of my favorite tools not to have to run a car engine or have it nearby. Tires and inflatables. Set the psi for tires and do something else. Note you can also reverse position and deflate air mattresses etc completely flat, no sprawling your body weight over them. If you have Ryobi batteries this is a must have.
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Best tool I bought all summer.
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dreamsite wrote: How was the cost with the battery?

Will wait till then for their next offer :)
$65 with free battery.
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dreamsite wrote: How was the cost with the battery?

Will wait till then for their next offer :)
I paid $60 plus tax so the battery is basically $20. I only had one battery before so it’s a good addition for me. If you already have battery/batteries then this is a great deal
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Wow, this tool is indeed really well loved :)
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i got two of these two air mattress at amazon for $8 something and use ryobi inflator and its like soooo gooooood

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B073HP ... UTF8&psc=1

pumping air to tires cordlessly is also very very good feeling too!

don't be too greedy, $50 is pretty okay deal, not the best deal but still pretty good :)
Newbie
Aug 30, 2009
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Calgary
If you have a floor pump for your bike you can also use it to top up your car tires. Takes a few minutes but costs $0. Useful when changing winter and summer tires and they you have to add 5 psi or so.
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Feb 9, 2017
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I used this thing to blow out garden hoses this year. It does the job.

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