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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator (Tool Only)
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Ryobi

18-Volt ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator (Tool Only)

  • All ONE+ Tools work with all ONE+ Batteries
  • Selectable High Pressure or High Volume Modes
  • Auto pressure control for accurate PSI filling
$39.98 /each

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The Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator is capable of being used for high-volume and high-pressure applications. The inflator offers easy-to-use controls that feature automatic shutoff for safety. The tool also features a storage compartment that helps provide quick access to accessories. This unit also has a deflation feature for fast and easy deflating. See below for more details.

  • High pressure inflation for tires and small inflatables
  • High volume inflation for large inflatables
  • Onboard, easy-wrap hose storage helps keep inflator organized
  • Easy-to-use controls allow automatic shut-off at any pressure
  • Digital pressure read-out for accurate inflation (+/- 1 PSI)
  • Convenient switch for high and low pressure selection
  • Includes nozzles for high volume and high pressure applications
  • Cordless convenience for use in virtually any location
  • On-board easy-wrap hose storage
  • Separate ports for inflation and deflation
  • Storage compartment for quick access to accessories
  • Battery and Charger sold separately
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Can I use this also to simply blow compressed air?

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January 14, 2014
For example, blow out dust from a computer keyboard.
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October 16, 2016
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You could use the big hose to blow air across your keyboard. You could hold your thumb across the opening to increase air pressure like you would a garden house.
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July 12, 2016
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You would not be happy trying to use this to clean a keyboard.
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March 17, 2016
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You need 'Metro Vacuum ED500 DataVac 500-Watt 0.75-HP Electric Duster' which is made for that type job.
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March 3, 2015
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no the deflator won't put our that much air.
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December 12, 2014
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The unit has a very low volume pump and would not provide enough pressure to be useful in that situation.
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October 7, 2014
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Output is not sufficient for anything but small jobs. Blowing dust from a saw table would work, blowing leaves would not.
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June 19, 2014
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Yes, although the included hose is a bit short.
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May 19, 2014
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It has a low pressure blower motor on one side which is for inflating things like pool toys but it is not pushing huge volume. It might work for your purposes but is impossible to tell without testing. It is not going to be at the power of running a shop hose in an air compressor to push air.
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April 29, 2014
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Yes, the forced air hose can be used to just blow things off or to inflate balls, tubes etc.
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Angola, IN 46703, USA
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April 4, 2014
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yes. the unit has an air mattress type inflator on one side that is useful for blowing out keyboards or filling inflatable swimming pools, and basketballs or sucking the air out of inflatables.
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March 25, 2014
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No, this unit is best used for inflating tires. It does blow air thru the air mattress, side but with low pressure.
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February 18, 2014
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With caution you could use for blowing dust from keyboard.
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Meadville, PA
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January 23, 2014
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This is a very light-weight, light duty inflator. The stroke volume is very small and I doubt that it would provide more than a tiny puff of air at low pressure. Perhaps if you inserted a nozzle with a really tiny orifice it might have enough oomph to blow a little dust, but I'm sure you can do better with dedicated blowers or vacuums.
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January 16, 2014
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Hi Hduser,
While you can use this compressor to blow compressed air, it is not recommended that you use compressed air to clean electronics.
Compressed air contains moisture and this moisture will damage electronic components.
It is recommended that you use caned air which is a compressed gas to clean electronics, it is moisture free.
Mike,
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My husband has the Ryobi cordless drill. Do I need to purchase the battery charger or is it all compatible?

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It is all compatible.
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June 19, 2014
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As long as your husbands current battery or batteries and charger are the Lithium type, yes. Non-lithium batteries are not compatible. The non-lithium batteries are yellow.
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May 19, 2014
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As long as his drill takes the Ryobi 18v batteries, this will be compatible and you do not need to buy additional batteries or a charger to use this with the batteries your husband uses with the drill.
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Binghamton, NY, USA
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April 29, 2014
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If he already has a one+ Lithium charger, you don't need another one. It will charge both NiCad and Lithium. If he has only the NiCad charger, it won't charge lithium batteries. He will need to buy a lithium charger.
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April 4, 2014
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I also have the cordless drill. If you have a battery charger for the drill battery then that battery will work in the inflator. I purchased a spare battery so that I always have a backup ready to use. If you don"t have a Ryobi battery charger you will probably have to purchase one.
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Winston Salem, NC
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February 23, 2014
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Yes. Like all Ryobi tools, except kits, this doesn't come with a battery, he'll use his existing battery. The older Nicad batteries will not run as long or inflate as quickly as newer lithium batteries, but they'll work.
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February 18, 2014
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All Ryobi 18 volt one products batteries will fit and use the same charger.
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January 23, 2014
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It should be compatible as all Ryobi 18v products work together and all batteries are interchangeable. However, NEVER try to charge a Lithium Battery in an old charger.
For this Inflator, I would recommend the Ryobi 18 volt LIthium batteries for the best performance.
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January 15, 2014
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Yes the battery charger is compatible with all of the Ryobi one plus batteries and tool. The batteries also all interchange with all the other tools as well.
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January 7, 2014
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It should be compatible with all Ryobi ONE+ products
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All of the Ryobi One+ tools, batteries and chargers are part of a system and are mutually compatible. The only issue is with the lithium batteries, which, I believe, should be charged in the newer Intelli-Port multi-chemistry chargers, not the old chargers in the "Blue" system.
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If his drill is 18v, then the battery and charger he has is compatible with this inflator.
If his drill is 12v, 14.4v, or some other voltage then his battery and charger are NOT compatible with this inflator.
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Can I use this to pump up my bicycle tires?

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Can I use this to pump up my bicycle tires?
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October 16, 2016
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Yes you can.
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October 11, 2016
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Yes, the same fitting that works on your car's tires will work on your bicycle. I don't know the max pressure, but I used it to easily put 60lbs in my bike tires.
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September 28, 2016
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Yes, you would use the HIGH PRESSURE HOSE on the right of the unit. You could set the pressure to the desired PSI for the tire and turn the black power switch to the RIGHT. The unit will automatically stop once the PSI you set is reached.
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Yes. No problem!
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Yes. There's a hose with different attachments for this type of purpose.
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August 9, 2016
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Yes, the inflation fitting that comes on the unit is for bicycle tires. All the other inflation tips fit into the bicycle unit.
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July 18, 2016
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Yes. I use it on mine...60 psi ...in just moments.
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July 18, 2016
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Yes
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May 8, 2016
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yes you can,since it has an air chuck that fits the valve stem.
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April 16, 2016
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Thanks for the question! You sure can!
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April 14, 2016
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Hi iLOvEkUbE,
Yes, you may use this inflator for bicycle tires, however be careful to monitor the pressure so you don't over inflate the tires.
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Can you use this to top off suv and minivan tires?

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I was thinking of using this instead of my air compressor at times.
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Yes you can. It is very handy for that.
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August 27, 2016
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According to the specifications, "High pressure inflation for tires and small inflatables"
HOWEVER, mine is 4 years old. Yesterday I needed to add air to my brother's car tires which were at 22 psi. When I turned it ON, the reading with and/or without being attached to the tire valve is 200 psi. It will NOT pump when the reading is higher than what the pressure setting is. The maximum setting for Read More
According to the specifications, "High pressure inflation for tires and small inflatables"
HOWEVER, mine is 4 years old. Yesterday I needed to add air to my brother's car tires which were at 22 psi. When I turned it ON, the reading with and/or without being attached to the tire valve is 200 psi. It will NOT pump when the reading is higher than what the pressure setting is. The maximum setting for output is 150 psi.
I have contacted the company to determine whether this is a known issue and if the 200 psi is an indication of the problem with the pump or the digital controls. I am waiting for a response before I disassemble the pump. Read Less
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Yes
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See attached Video
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Yes, works great for topping off tires.
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Yes. I pumped two truck tires from 6 psi to 40 psi. No recommendations anywhere, but i ran this for about 10 min. then let it rest for a bit. Just my way as I've had small compressors quit. But, yes can top off your tires.
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May 24, 2016
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Hi Regdawg, This tool is designed for inflating high pressure items like motorcycle, car, and bicycle tires and low pressure items like air mattresses. Hope this helps.
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YEs, great for my Odyssey
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Of course. It's just really slow.
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Yes you can Regdawg.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 238 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Hardly even sturdy enough for light duty. Third one of these I've gotten in less than a year. Luckily, it's been a warranty issue, and I have received replacements free. First one just totally crapped out in about 4 months. Second one, the inflator for things like air mattresses and beach balls worked fine, but the tire inflator quit working. That was after only about 3 months. Wouldn't have gotten another one of these if I didn't have a bunch of other Ryobi tools. Would have bought a Rigid, if they'd had one... The one thing that I do like about it is that it is digital, and you can set it and walk away while it pumps up your tire, providing your battery has enough juice in it. October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Tool! Chose this because it works with my Ryobi tool kit and it has a suction/deflate feature. Also likes that has a place to store the different tips for the inflator. Had to work a little to figure out the steps for setting the inflation level. Also, I had to set the inflation level about a 1 lb. more to get what felt like a full basketball. This unit was about twice as much as a plug-in inflator, but being portable and the other features makes it a good value. Especially if you already have the Ryobi One system. August 9, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well while it lasted I used this compressor to fill tires on 2 cars and a motorhome. Highest pressure used was the motorhome at 60 psi. I found I had to set the pressure up a pound or two to get the right pressure on my gauge but that was not a problem to me. The problem was after less than a year of use it quit working. I was trying to top off my motorhome tires when the cold weather brought the pressure down while on a trip. However the compressor would not work as it thought the pressure was 109 psi ! There is no way to over ride the auto pressure feature on the compressor so the compressor was useless. It read 109 psi just sitting unconnected. Thank goodness I took my 7 year old Walmart compressor as a backup, not as fast but got the job done. October 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product This inflator is one of the best Ryobi tool purchases that I've made yet. I had a couple vehicles on my property that had tires that need to be inflated and didn't have a portable air compressor to get to them. I made this purchase hoping that this inflator would do the trick and was very impressed. You set the the digital read out to the pressure you want, say 35 lbs., the inflator puts 36 lbs. of pressure in compensating for you removing the tool and losing a little pressure. Great design and good job thinking ahead. Thanks Ryobi. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This Ryobi battery powered inflator makes checking my tires quicker. I appreciate the accurate built in pressure gauge without having to drag extension cords in the driveway. October 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by The pressure readings are way off and it doesn't run when it should. I'm taking in it in for warranty repairs. been meaning to do this for a while. Great idea. October 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good product but only goes up in 10 # increments would been nice if you could set at individual numbers. Other wist good machine. October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by "cutting edge" inflator? It may seem contradictory that I give this tool a “good” rating but don’t recommend it (as it is). This inflator-deflator does what I wanted it do: inflate a car tire. The big minus: the valve clamp on the inflator hose is secured by a screw that may have been cut to fit the clamp, causing an exposed sharp end of the screw which in turn can cause a laceration to the finger of someone removing the after the tire is inflated (as happened with me). The clamp fits very tightly to the valve, and it takes more than one tug to remove the hose. The natural grip on the clamp to remove it from the valve brings the user’s forefinger against the sharp end of the screw end. A cap nut on the end of the screw, or simply using a machined screw of the proper size might have alleviated this small but significant hazard (because the user will always be tugging on the clamp to remove the hose). I remedied the situation by filing down the end of the screw and also wrapping the entire screw with electrical tape (see picture). Being able to use a battery gives the user freedom to position the inflator as needed to inflate a tire, rather than be constrained by a cord (whether AC or DC). Of course, the user still has to make sure the battery is fully charged (or a spare is available) because the battery would need a charger (which would need an AC outlet) if it needs to be recharged. With the inflator, I was able to add a couple pounds of air to a car tire in about a couple of minutes. The included digital pressure gauge appears to be accurate when compared to a conventional stick pressure gauge. The instructions included with the inflator advises users to stand away when the inflator is attached and in operation, and to observe the pressure gauge readout as the tire is inflated. The digital readout is fairly small, however (the window is probably less than a half-inch and the digits would be smaller, perhaps 3/8 of an inch or smaller) so how far you can stand away may depend on your eyesight. Rocker switches on either side of the readout turn on and off the inflator or deflator (one side is for low-pressure inflatables and the other side is for high-pressure inflatables like tires). The design puts the battery directly on the bottom of the unit, with a handle on the top and hoses on two ends (one side for low-pressure and the other hose for high pressure), with the readout in the middle. The design gives this unit good balance and stability. I only hope that Ryobi will fix the screw problem, and also make the high-pressure inflator hose easier to detach. June 28, 2016
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