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Ryobi R18I-0 ONE+ 18V Inflator (Body Only)

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  • Fast inflation of tyres and large inflatables
  • Onboard accessory storage
  • Quick deflation mode
  • Digital readout with auto shut off when desired pressure reached
  • Wrap around hose storage
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Ryobi R18I-0 ONE+ 18V Inflator (Body Only) + Ryobi RB18L40 ONE+ 18V 4.0Ah Lithium Battery + Ryobi BCL14181H ONE+ 18V Fast Charger for All ONE+ Batteries
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Technical Details
Part Number 5133001834
Item Weight1.9 Kg
Product Dimensions27 x 20.2 x 17.4 cm
Item model numberR18I-0
Power SourceBattery-powered
Voltage18
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00B3FRB9Y
Best Sellers Rank 10,808 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.9 Kg
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Date First Available19 April 2013
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The Ryobi R18I-0 18V One Plus cordless inflator is a multipurpose and portable tool, making it ideal to help with a range of tasks around the home and garden. The R18I-0 combines portability with power making it ideal for tasks such as inflating car tyres, sports equipment and inflating or deflating various low pressure items, including air mattresses and children’s toys. The 18V inflator is a multi-functional tool and is supplied with a range of accessories for a whole host of applications, including a high pressure hose for car tyres, a low pressure hose for inflatables, a tapered adaptor and sports needle for small inflatables and sporting equipment and finally a Presta valve adaptor for high pressure bicycle tyres. The unit is also each to transport and store with a built in handle and wrap around hose storage. In addition the tool also features on board accessory storage for total convenience.The R18I-0 is part of the Ryobi One Plus range. One Plus is the world's largest interchangeable cordless power tool system, with its batteries powering over 35 garden and power tools, removing the added expense of buying extra batteries. Battery powered technology gives you the freedom and convenience to carry out projects whenever and wherever you like, without the hassle and restraint of cables and power sources. This tool is compatible with all Ryobi One Plus batteries and comes with a wide range of sanding accessories so you’re prepared to start you’re project. Looking for batteries? Try our RBC18L15, part of our Lithium+ range- the best battery range in the consumer market.Batteries sold separatley.

Box Contains

R18I-0
High pressure hose
Low pressure hose
3x Air accessories


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Alanw on 2 Nov. 2014
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Finding ordinary foot pumps hard work, this is one of the best Ryobi One+ accessories I've bought. In case you're unaware, this is a 'bare' tool that uses the Ryopbi 18V One Plus Li-On battery and charger system (supplied separately). It is sturdily built and has a blue backlit digital pressure guage that I found easy to read outdoors, and very accurate comparing with a PCL pencil gauge (the best IMHO). After turning on and connecting the thumblock connector the gauge shows the current tyre pressure in ½ psi increments and then after dialling in your desired pressure, you start the pump and leave it to inflate. It looks after itself and turns off automatically once pressure is reached. Topped up tyres to 34 psi in under the minute and it was a lot quieter than the cheap 12V one that I keep in the car.

As tyre pressures increase (eg caravan or trailer tyres maybe) compressors are put under more strain because it has to pump harder against a higher load, which I guess is where many cheap 12V car ones blow the fuse. This unit is rated to 150 psi/ 10 bar and I have no doubt it would be up to the job, but I have not tested that.

It has a separate fan motor intended for blowing high volumes of lower pressure air, for inflatable beds, toys etc. or eg light duty air blowing. By connecting the flexi-hose to the inlet instead, the pump will also deflate airbeds etc. too. Adapters for presta valves footballs etc are included. My only gripe is the low-volume flexi hose is longer than the photos suggest, so it can't wrap neatly around the end of the inflator. I found it gets in the way when you try to store it on the pump, so I leave that in the box.

This is proving a great, labour saving accessory for home use and I'm very pleased with my purchase.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Chris Gate on 15 May 2014
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If you know the Ryobi One + system you will know that it will not have a battery included. If you already have One + tools this is a great addition to you collection. Easy to use and having the pressure limit cut off makes things easier. Having the three different pressure rates too saves having to convert.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By blues on 13 Mar. 2014
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It works very well out of the box accurate and fairly quick on car tyres set the pressure and it stops when finished.
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I've recently started purchasing numerous tools from the Ryobi +1 range. This is probably the weakest of the range so far in that the build quality seems not as good as other Ryobi products. This has two hoses, one for pumping up car tyres and another flexible wider hose for blowing off dirt and dust etc. The flexible wide hose is very thin and delicate and I don't expect it to last. There is a small LED enabling you to set the pressure you want to pump a car tyre up to, start it and then it will switch off when it reaches that pressure. That's a useful feature.
You won't want to carry this round in your boot as you won't want to tie up a valuable Ryobi battery on it. It's a garage tool.
A friend who already had one warned me that they 'eat' batteries. He was correct. I fully charged 4.2 amp hour +1 Ryobi battery will probably just about pump up a flat car tyre on one go before the battery will run out of steam. You'd struggle to completely inflate something like a 4x4 tyre or van tyre with one battery. Remember that you don't get a battery with this tool.
I still like it, I'm happy I brought it, but don't expect much. It seems very slow to pump a tyre up. It's useful if you have a caravan or trailer where there may be insufficient lead length to reach a tyre from a nearest 12 volt cigar lighter socket, but you'll need to carry 2 batteries with it to be safe.
You can get 12 volt cigar lighter socket powered tyre pumps that are just as efficient as this for about £20, so you need to keep that in mind. This is a decent bit of kit but with limitations.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. A. Turner on 12 Oct. 2014
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BRILLIANT! If you already have a battery, this makes inflating tyres a breeze and has an accurate pressure gauge that cuts out one the target pressure has been achieved!
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An excellent review from Alanw sets out the case for the Ryobe R181-0 Inflator. My one concern before purchase was the ability to read the digital readout in really bright sunlight. I need not have worried because the blue backlit digital readout was easily read here in the brightest of Spanish Suns.

I found it easy to use and had no problems with the tyres of Two cars and their Spares, Two bicycles and the Pneumatic tyres of Two Wheelbarrows. Admittedly these applications were top ups as opposed to inlating from Flat, but the 1.3Ah battery handled the job well and there was still plenty of juice left in the Tank.

The manufacturer has built into the inflator, an allowance when in use. Say you set your Ryobi Inflator to 32psi then turn on the inflator. It will pump past 32psi and then turn itself off at 33psi. The manufacturer has allowed for the loss of some air when you disconnect the thumblock from the valve of your tyre. Check your tyre pressure again and you will find it will measure 32psi. Very clever.

The deflation/inflation aspect of the Ryobi was tested on an inflatable Sunbed, and like inflating the tyres, presented no problems whatsoever.

Tyres are one of the most important features of any car. Without them, you are going nowhere, so maintaining them at their optimum, is vital and yet do we check them as often as we should?? Before this great tool from Ryobi, we had the good old fashioned Foot Pump. Then we had a compressor worked from the Cigarette Lighter Socket on the dashboard with the Engine ticking over to conserve the Car Battery and finally if all else fails, you are left with the Highly dubious Garage Forecourt Air Machines.
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