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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V ONE+ High Volume Power Inflator (Tool Only) $24.88

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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V ONE+ High Volume Power Inflator (Tool Only) $24.88

RYOBI 18V ONE+ High Volume Power Inflator (Tool Only) at Home Depot.

Model # P738|Store SKU # 1001063829

First post!!!

For those of you who needs it. :)
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Isn’t this regular price?
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steven80 wrote: Isn’t this regular price?
I bought one at Regular price a week ago and it was $32.48.
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I thought it was that digital inflator.. That be hot Fire
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Bought one of these last year for $25 to inflate beach toys and kiddie pool. Works great.
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Been the perfect cheap tool in my garage for blowing saw dust off tools and stuff when I don't feel like firing up the air compressor. Was gifted it by mistake instead of the digital tire inflater a year ago, and it's ended up with a lot of uses!
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mindabsence wrote: Been the perfect cheap tool in my garage for blowing saw dust off tools and stuff when I don't feel like firing up the air compressor. Was gifted it by mistake instead of the digital tire inflater a year ago, and it's ended up with a lot of uses!
Shoot... now I need to keep my battery charged for dusting purposes?! Thanks for the idea (seems perfect for cleaning up my gardening stuff)!
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Dymis wrote: Shoot... now I need to keep my battery charged for dusting purposes?!
You just gave me a great idea. Wonder if I can get away with dusting inside the house with it? I feel like the wife acceptance factor would be low though ;)
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mindabsence wrote: Been the perfect cheap tool in my garage for blowing saw dust off tools and stuff when I don't feel like firing up the air compressor. Was gifted it by mistake instead of the digital tire inflater a year ago, and it's ended up with a lot of uses!
Do you think this is good enough that could replace compressed air cans? Or it's not that blowy?
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Dread_Mannequin wrote: Do you think this is good enough that could replace compressed air cans? Or it's not that blowy?
Its not as blowy as compressed air for something like a PC or laptop cleaning IMHO. It's OK to blow dust or sawdust off things.

Its also a great inflator if you have an inflatable boat or Kayak you take on the road. Very very small and easy to pack, its a lot smaller and lighter than the full size compressor/inflator combo. You can use this to quickly take it to 99% then top off the pressure using a small hand pump. I love it for that use case. Its also great for air mattresses and pool inflatables. It has a little adapter that you can stick into anything with a blow tube.
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brunes wrote: Its not as blowy as compressed air for something like a PC or laptop cleaning IMHO. It's OK to blow dust or sawdust off things.

Its also a great inflator if you have an inflatable boat or Kayak you take on the road. Very very small and easy to pack, its a lot smaller and lighter than the full size compressor/inflator combo. You can use this to quickly take it to 99% then top off the pressure using a small hand pump. I love it for that use case. Its also great for air mattresses and pool inflatables. It has a little adapter that you can stick into anything with a blow tube.
I do already have the combo compressor (which I usually leave in my car trunk incase of tire leak) was curious if I could get this instead of the $70 electronic dusters, I use a decent amount of air between my 3D printer and PC trying to keep things clean. Sounds like probably not the best use then. Thanks for sharing!
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Can this be used to inflate a paddle board? I guess I'd need to find a Boston Valve adapter though.

Or does it not do high pressure inflation?
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Works great for getting BBQ coals started.
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mindabsence wrote: You just gave me a great idea. Wonder if I can get away with dusting inside the house with it? I feel like the wife acceptance factor would be low though ;)
Let's just leave these 'sent to the doghouse' ideas offline ;)
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jdewit wrote: Works great for getting BBQ coals started.
This seems like great idea but 3 posts up says this thing isn't strong enough?

I often pull out my vacuum and use the blowy end to quick start the coals but I feel like an idiot lol!
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steven80 wrote: Can this be used to inflate a paddle board? I guess I'd need to find a Boston Valve adapter though.

Or does it not do high pressure inflation?
I think it can get you started to like 80% for your paddle board then finish the rest with the high pressure pump. I did it with a mattress inflator that plugs into the car last summer for the paddle board. You just have to hold it with the value. It will save you a lot of energy for the initial fill up :)
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Junspd3 wrote:
Thanks for the thread OP. Upvoted. I was just looking at this the other day for tire inflators because I hated the loud noise and the length of time it took my compact air compressor in the car to pump the tires when I did the changeover.

Now having watched the video, I know not to get this one, because it's not for tires. But rather, I need to get this one: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... ?rrec=true

Which happens to be $5 off as well.

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