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[Homedepot.ca] DEWALT 20V MAX* Cordless Tire Inflator, Tool Only (DCC020IB) - $116.10

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May 5, 2020
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DEWALT 20V MAX* Cordless Tire Inflator, Tool Only (DCC020IB) - $116.10

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Price:
116.10
Savings:
27%
Retailer:
Homedepot.ca
Originally posted for Amazon.ca for $129 : https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07H39 ... UTF8&psc=1

But now you can purchase with Homedepot and PM with Mississauga Hardware and get extra -10%
https://www.mississaugahardware.com/pro ... r-inflator

Thanks to @tr0ck for finding MH to get extra 10% off
Last edited by Mrperson on Apr 2nd, 2021 10:32 am, edited 6 times in total.
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Sr. Member
Apr 5, 2003
896 posts
249 upvotes
White Rock, BC
Saw this as well. Will Home Depot beat by 10%? Or because it's amazon, they will only match?
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Newbie
May 5, 2020
94 posts
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noodles wrote: Saw this as well. Will Home Depot beat by 10%? Or because it's amazon, they will only match?
They only match, as Amazon has not physical store
Newbie
Jul 26, 2014
70 posts
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Brampton, ON
Doesn’t seem that hot of a deal
Member
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Dec 1, 2010
227 posts
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Windsor
Owned since last summer bought on sale from Home Depot. Awesome, no regrets
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Dec 3, 2004
5685 posts
5124 upvotes
Edmonton
DeWalt is the only brand I trust to inflate my tires. None of the other brands are worth their salt. Tire inflating is a tricky business. It requires pumping air from one area to another area a few feet away. One mistake and you're dead. When in doubt, trust DeWalt. The bright yellow colour and logo let people know I am a serious man who is serious about his business.
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Sep 10, 2008
8887 posts
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Kitchener
adamtheman wrote: DeWalt is the only brand I trust to inflate my tires. None of the other brands are worth their salt. Tire inflating is a tricky business. It requires pumping air from one area to another area a few feet away. One mistake and you're dead. When in doubt, trust DeWalt. The bright yellow colour and logo let people know I am a serious man who is serious about his business.
ROFL! You're kidding right? Black & Decker isn't exactly known for quality.
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Sep 13, 2015
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Alberta
Rob_EV wrote: ROFL! You're kidding right? Black & Decker isn't exactly known for quality.
Black & Decker owns DeWalt.

Also, I paid $119 for this in October for what it's worth.
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Dec 28, 2005
532 posts
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Near VanCity
Thanks OP! Not the lowest, but wanted to get it while it's a bit lower. Not very many free air locations near me and will come in handy when I swap out my winter tires.
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Oct 9, 2019
320 posts
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Victoria, BC
Isn't that $129.00 the reg. price?
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Apr 5, 2003
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White Rock, BC
alireja wrote: Isn't that $129.00 the reg. price?
It's the regular sale price. It's usually $159.
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Sep 26, 2012
257 posts
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Edmonton
The blower side is handy when camping. Inflates and deflates boats, etc. Great for getting the campfire going too
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Aug 7, 2013
1153 posts
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GTA
I’ve been wanting to replace the tire inflator I have and this looks good. Question, how many of you also bought the AC adapter chord they have available at Amazon for $55? I didn’t want to necessarily have to plug this into my vehicle every time I want to inflate something.
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Apr 14, 2017
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RFD
adamtheman wrote: DeWalt is the only brand I trust to inflate my tires. None of the other brands are worth their salt. Tire inflating is a tricky business. It requires pumping air from one area to another area a few feet away. One mistake and you're dead. When in doubt, trust DeWalt. The bright yellow colour and logo let people know I am a serious man who is serious about his business.
Serious men inflate those tires manually. Chuck Norris does anyways.
Member
Feb 14, 2008
302 posts
165 upvotes
For anyone on the fence, here's a showdown of some of the most popular inflators versus the Dewalt. I personally have this one since I'm already heavily invested in the 20V Dewalt ecosystem :)

Member
Jan 15, 2017
231 posts
193 upvotes
works perfectly for blowing up the tube when we go to the cottage. The low pressure hose fits perfectly into the air head valve. Also works great for tires but I do think if you had a big tire it would likely take a very very long time to blow it up.
Newbie
Mar 14, 2009
52 posts
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I have read elsewhere that it is one of the best tools you didn't know you needed! I have one and love it. It is very easy to use and so handy for car tires, bike tires, and random inflatables.
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Mar 1, 2005
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Toronto
Jagstyles wrote: I’ve been wanting to replace the tire inflator I have and this looks good. Question, how many of you also bought the AC adapter chord they have available at Amazon for $55? I didn’t want to necessarily have to plug this into my vehicle every time I want to inflate something.
The whole point of this inflator is that it's cordless/battery operated, there are better plug inflators.
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