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Ring Analogue Air Compressor with LED Light 12V (77912)

Air compressor with 3 piece adaptor kit for bikes, air beds and other inflatables. Inflates a 13" tyre to 35psi in under 4 minutes. Red light for SOS and white light for night-time illumination. Fitted with 12V power plug, adaptor and approx. 3m cable. Air line length approx. 48cm. Complete with storage case.

  • Inflates Tyre to 35psi in under 4min
  • Pressure in psi, bar, kPa & kg/cm²
  • Car Tyre Nozzle & 3 Adaptors (Ball, Bike & Inflator)
  • 12V Power Supply
  • 3m Power Cable
  • Max Pressure 100psi
  • Air Line Length Approx. 48cm
  • Red SOS Alert Light
  • Deflation Valve
  • 3 Piece Adaptor Kit

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Ring Analogue Air Compressor with LED Light 12V is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 27.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fine for basic car use. A perfectly good pump for normal car use. Unfortunately I bought it for a trailer that runs at 65psi (vans run similar pressures) and it struggles in 2 ways here. Firstly, whilst it may be rapid to 35psi it has to work much harder the higher the pressures. It took over 4 mins from 50 to 60psi and got very hot. I had to give it 10 mins to cool down part way through inflating each tyre, taking almost an hour to top up 4 tyres. Second, the gauge seems ok up to about 40 psi. After that, it gets less and less accurate. It was 10 psi out at 60 so don't trust it if doing a van or trailer. Still, it did get my tyres are inflated to the correct settings so for the price I can't complain.
Date published: 2017-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb piece of kit Had a tyre that always refused to inflate properly using forecourt pumps, got annoyed and bought this air pump to see if it would sort the problem - it did, pumped up tyre to 32psi very quickly and was so easy to use I checked all tyres there and then. Nice case to keep it in, light system is a bonus, lightweight compact and efficient it ticks all the boxes for me but as it is a recent purchase could not give 5* for reliability yet.
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ring air compressor excellent bit of kit pumped my van tyre upto 60 psi in no time about 5 mins. compact and lightweight would highly recommend.
Date published: 2016-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tyre inflators Worked. Pumps quickly. Only had for 3 days. Tidies up into a small package.
Date published: 2016-09-06
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What model number is this?

Maybe it would be a good idea if Screwfix put the model numbers on their website as a matter of course (as suggested previously by another user)
Asked by: jonnn
The Ring model number is the RAC620.
Answered by: Ring Q&A
Date published: 2017-05-27

is this a ring "635" if so why not say so. there are reasons manufacturers put codes on their items. so we can distinguish one product from another

Asked by: bimmerboy

Does this product automatically shut off when desired pressure is reached

Asked by: Scran
Hello Scran, this model comes with a pressure gauge but does not come with a preset function.The RAC625 model Analogue Air Compressor with light, comes with the preset function, meaning it will turn off when the desired pressure is reached. This is also avaiabale through Screwfix. Thank you for using Question and Answer.
Answered by: Ring Q&A
Date published: 2017-01-27

Hi can it be used with a BMW Motorbike 12V socket? Also, see text below..

Should it be used with the bike running - to avoid battery drain?
Asked by: BMWGS
Hello BMWGS. If the BMW Motorbike is fitted with a 12V Din socket then the 12v plug that is fitted to the Ring Air Compressor will be too large. The 12V plug that is fitted to the Ring Air Compressor is a universal plug suitable for the majority of cars. Ring do offer a specific Motorcycle Digital Air Compressor (RAC605) that includes a variety of adaptors suitable for Motorbikes. If your vehicle’s 12V socket is live then the compressor can be used without the engine running but this may drain the power from the battery. Therefore to avoid accidental battery drain then the engine should be run whilst using the air compressor. Thank you for using Question & Answer.
Answered by: Ring Q&A
Date published: 2016-11-17
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Specification
Brand Ring
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Source 12V Power Supply
Power Voltage Supply 12 V
Product Type Analogue Air Compressor with LED Light
Tyre Inflation Rate Inflates Tyre to 35psi in under 4min

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