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Ring RAC750 230V Mains Powered Rapid Tyre Inflator Inc Storage Bag and Adaptor Set
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- Simple features
- 230 V mains-powered
- Analogue display psi, bar, kg/cm2
- Includes handy storage case
- 3-piece adaptor kit included
Suitable for use at home, on driveway and in a garage. This analogue compressor can inflate a fully deflated car tyre in under 2 minutes. CE-approved.
From the Manufacturer
Infalting your tyres correctly will save you money
Ensuring your tyres are at the correct pressure will optimise your vehicle's efficiency and reduce your fuel bill.
Tyres are the only point of contact your vehicle has with the road. Correctly inflated tyres ensure maximum road handling for safe journeys. Correctly inflated tyres also reduce the wear on tyres, so prolonging their life and saving you money.
Ring RAC750 230v Mains Powered Air Compressor
The Ring RAC750 analogue air compressor can inflate your car tyres in under 2 minutes saving you time. Powered by mains (230v) plug, this air compressor is suitable for inflating car tyres and mobility scooters and wheel chairs where access to a car's 12v socket is not available.
- TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
- Inflates to a max pressure of 250PSI
- Air line cable length of 75cms
- Power cable length of 1.8m
- Powered by a 3 pin plug into a wall socket
- Inflates a tyre in under 2 minutes with an air flow rate of 41L per minute
KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Ideal for home use
Powered by a mains (230v) plug, this air compressor is perfect for inflating multiple vehcile tyres at home on your driveway and in your garage.
Fast Inflation Time
The powerful air pump inflates a tyre from flat to 35psi in under 2 minutes, saving you time and ensuring regular top-ups are quick and convenient.
Extra Long Air Line Cable
The extra long air line cable gives you the ability to reach the air valve on all those larger vehicles such as 4x4s (SUVs), motor homes as well as any other vehicles with 20" tyres or above.
|Inflation time in under||4.5 mins||3.5 mins||3.0 mins||3.0 mins||2.0 mins||90 seconds|
|Display||Analogue||Preset digital||Large preset digital||Preset digital||Analogue||Analogue|
|Light||None||Built-in white light & red SOS light||Built-in white light & red SOS light||Built-in white light & red SOS light||None||None|
|Inflates Air Beds & Other Inflatables||No||No||No||Yes||No||No|
|Powered By||12V DC (in car) socket||12V DC (in car) socket||12V DC (in car) socket||12V DC (in car) socket||Mains 230V plug||Direct to car battery/12V leisure battery|
|Power Cable Length||2.9m||3.3m||3.5m||3.0m||1.8m||2.4m|
|Air Line Length||48cm||60cm||70cm||53cm||1.8m||7m (extended)|
|Suitable for||Car and motorcycle tyres||Car and motorcycle tyres||Car and motorcycle tyres||Car and motorcycle tyres||Car, motorcycle, wheel chair and scooter tyres||Car, motorcycle, wheel chair, scooter, transit van and motor home tyres|
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Top Customer Reviews
The gauge on the unit reaches to a stratospheric pressure nobody in the real world wants (300 psi) meaning the more ordinary numbers you do (20-40 psi) are crammed together at the start of the dial and are impossible to read accurately. A twitch of the needle covers a huge range of pressures and the unit over-reads by 10 psi when the pump is running, making it a game of switching the thing on/off to see when the pressure is right.
On that subject, pumping the rear tyre on my wife's car to 32 psi and then checking with an external digital gauge showed it had been over-inflated by almost 6 psi, and others here on Amazon alone have reported even wilder discrepancies. So it's outright dangerous too.
While it does do the job of inflating tyres very well, and being 240V - the main reason I chose it - you have no fear of draining your car battery, and while the pressure stays good, strong and constant throughout, it is dangerously inaccurate and broadly worthless because of that.
Ring is a British company.
The only small fault I would say is the inflater pipe could be a little longer. It has a handy bag to carry it in also.. A great product.
The pressure gauge is erratic, inaccurate, and cannot be preset, an accurate separate pressure gauge is essential
a long extension mains lead is required to connect it to the car tyres
it is difficult to put away the mains lead and plug back into its storage space
a metal tyre connecter would be preferable to the plastic one provided which appears flimsy
in use, the grey back cover keeps falling off but clicks back easily
tilting the machine whilst in use to read the pressure gauge affects it running smoothly
A tyre inflator should at least be accurate and this one was wildly out.
I really wanted this tyre inflator to work as I detest going to the garage to check my tyres.
Oh well - back to the drawing board I suppose.
It's not terribly exciting, it's quite expensive for what it is, and you certainly wouldn't get any brownie points from your missus for buying one for her Christmas present, but the good news is it does what it's supposed to do very much better than the generally worse-than-useless array of 12v DC "plug it into the cigarette lighter socket" pumps.
1. I'd expected it to be quicker than it is, having read all the guff about inflating tyres in seconds, but it's not bad.
2. The inflation hose would ideally be about 30cm longer.
3. You can skin the back of your finger very handily while cramming the hose or mains cable back into the storage "holes". Don't ask me how I know this.
Although the RAC (Royal Automobile Club) does sell its own range of car stuff, the RAC in RAC750 stands for Ring Automotive Company. Nothing wrong with Ring - I can see their premises from my house - but it's worth knowing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is badly designed for domestic use. A very small dial is calibrated upto 300psi.. To accurately inflate tyres to 36 psi is very hard to judge on such a wide range, and made... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Bill Walker
Probably the best tyre inflater (that's a pump to us less pretentious mortals) that I've ever had. Very fast, quieter than most, and very solidly made. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Zephyr Man
I wasn't expecting a great deal from this, but was very pleasantly surprised at how quick it pumped up a motorbike tyre from flat. It really is rapid. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sarah Dalby
Very quick and efficient but the gauge is far too vague when you want accurate pressures, had to buy a gauge to get the necessary accuracy.Published 2 months ago by R M Cooper
excellent for everything that needs inflating especially pneumatic wheelchair tyresPublished 2 months ago by Chas
The Ring Rapid Tyre Inflator is as marketed, the weak points being the pockets that hold the cable and inflator pipe are very flimsy and will not stand much wear and tear. Read morePublished 3 months ago by richard davison