Ring Automotive RAC610 Analogue Tyre Inflator
Ring Automotive RAC610 has one distinct difference to the
rest - that is the fact this is has an analogue display. An
analogue display is simply a dial display with a pointer that
swings round to show the current tyre pressure.
most tyre inflators motoring organisations explain the benefits
of safety (important) and also helping with fuel consumption
(less petrol) and less wear on the tyre. How much tread it
saves and how much petrol you save is generally not given
- every little helps - but it is important to ensure tyres
are safely at the right pressure when driving.
it has an analogue display rather than digital (see picture)
it is cheaper, but the beauty is that it is approx. 50% cheaper
just because of the different display.
you are comfortable reading the dial, is realtively small
due to the small size of the tyre inflator, this may be a
cheaper alternative to the digital version. If on the other
hand you would prefer a clearer and speific display you may
want to look at the RAC600. The display has caused some controversy
because it is quite small so bear this in mind.
as this is an analogue tyre inflator it doesn't have the standard
auto-cut off once the pressure in the tyre reaches the desired
pressure. It perhaps it a lazy feature - but who wants things
great for the price but you will sacrafice the digital display
and the auto-cut off feature