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I have thinking about getting one of these for a while. I love the small compact size and that it's battery powered vs needs a cord. I love watching youtube videos by a Project Farm - he buys different products and does testing on them. The tests are pretty good and since he uses tools, he knows what functions are important to us.RIDGID 18-Volt Digital Inflator (Tool Only)-R87044 - The Home Depot
HomeDepot is running a 29% discount on this Ridgid portable air compressor ($20 off).
It comes with a 12V adaptor for your car, but you can also run it off a 18V Ridgid battery, which makes this a no-brainer if you’re already a Ridgid tool user.
It pumps out up to 150psi, so it can handle just about anything, and it’s got Home Depot’s awesome lifetime warranty on all Ridgid tools.
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His recommendation was for the Ryobi portable compressor. Yes, Ryobi! In the past, I thought of Ryobi as a cheap, in house Home Depot brand, but it seems like they're come up a bit in the past few years. Since I have a Ryobi battery and charger, I decided to give the portable compressor a try. Well, I'll say that this is a great tool for $20! I used it to top off the tires on my Fiat 850, then I filled the tire on my VW Beetle. Worked perfect and filled both up in less than 5 minutes. Much better than running my compressor, bringing out the hose and attaching the tire chuck. Then putting it all back!
Here's a link to the tool I bought. Highly recommended! Ryobi Tire Inflator And on sale at Home Depot for a few cents under $20!