Ryobi Portable Power Inflator for Tires [NEW DIGITAL GAUGE]
Tires New Digital Gauge 18-Volt Cordless One+ Battery System P737D, Two High Pressure Nozzles, An Ergonomic Pistol Grip Handle
Analysis of 300+ reviews for Ryobi Portable Power Inflator for Tires [NEW DIGITAL GAUGE]
BestViewsReviews analyzed 21,108 reviews for 23 products in the Portable Air Compressors category.
We analyzed a total of 328 reviews for this product out of which, 362 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 84% reviews were positive while around 14% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Ryobi Portable Power Inflator for Tires [NEW DIGITAL GAUGE]
This product received a total score of 8.13 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:
Users of this product said
It works great, portable, and is very easy to use, inflating a tire on a battery that is already down to only one charge.
If you already have a Ryobi One+ battery for other tools, it's good to have this device, I was able to pump up my car tire from 25 to 35 mph in about a minute, and the digital read-out on the tool is a big plus.
I have only been using it for a couple of weeks, but I have to say it is a very good product. I was able to top off my truck tires at 40 psi with one battery, and it was very quiet.
It is convenient if you are already in the 18v community, as it will ensure auto tires are always at the right pressure, something I don't have the time to do.
It feels good to not have to go to a gas station to inflate my tires because it has been a hit.
Question & Answers
Is it a deflator as well?
I use this tool daily to maintain my tire pressure and am very happy with it.
Is it possible to inflate pool floats?
You are able to inflate the pool floats with an attachment that is included.
The old gauge has an analog gauge that many people say is inaccurate.Is the new gauge accurate?
Yes, it is within a half pound.
Does it have an attachment for Presta valves?
Yes. It comes with a standard valve attachment and a needle to inflate balls.
Will this work on my tesla tires?
45 PSI should be fine, since the pump says it can handle up to 160.