Ryobi P737 Cordless Power Inflator Review

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Review of Ryobi P737

Editor Rating: 4.3/5

Build Quality
Power
Features
Price

Review Summary

All you need to do with the Ryobi P737 to inflate your household inflatables is pull the trigger. This streamlined inflation device largely just connects an air compressor onto one of Ryobi’s One+ batteries and lets you fill everything from balls to the tires on your car. It’s a perfect emergency tool to carry in your car and is frankly priced for everyone to own. It does come with an analog monitor, which isn’t always the most accurate, and you do have to keep the trigger depressed the entire inflating process. Still, it’s perfect for people who have things they occasionally need to inflate and for whom something more powerful would be a complete waste of time. It’s also hard to beat the price.

Ryobi P737 – A Quick Look

Pros
  • Very reasonably priced
  • Handy to inflate tires
  • Fits standard innertubes easily
Cons
  • Analog gauge
  • Flimsy build
  • Trigger action required

Specifications

Brand name: Ryobi

Model: P737

Type: Inflator

Power source: Battery

Dimensions: 9 x 2.86 x 6.4 in

Weight: 1.6 lbs.

Ryobi P737 side view

Emergency tire inflation

The P737 is a perfect tool to toss into your car trunk so you have something on hand capable of inflating a tire if you need that. It’s 0-150 psi range accommodates just about every vehicle tire, and it is capable of filling a fully deflated tired to fully inflated tire to get you on your way again.

Gripzone for comfort

Holding onto the P737 while inflating a tire won’t wear out your hand with the Gripzone overmold offering you comfort. Hold that trigger down and inflate your household items knowing that it isn’t going to fatigue your hand in the process.

Ryobi One+ compatibility

If you’ve got a Ryobi One+ compatible tool laying around your house, chances are pretty good that you’ve already got a ready-to-go power source for the P737. That means it’s part of a tool family incorporating more than 100 Ryobi products stretching back to the mid-90s.

Ryobi P737 guage

FAQ

How long is the hose that comes with the Ryobi P737?

It comes with a 20-inch hose.

What kind of warranty comes with this?

All Ryobi One+ 18v products come with a two-year limited warranty.

What is the air pressure range for this?

Between 0-150 psi.

Ryobi P737 front view

Conclusion

Ryobi’s P737 is a perfect inflating device for anyone who needs a cheap, simple means to inflate tires, air mattresses, balls or what have you around the house. It largely just connects an 18-volt battery that is compatible with Ryobi’s One+ system to an air compressor and with the pull of a trigger lets you start inflating away. You have to keep the trigger depressed to keep it working and the pressure gauge is an analog model, but it’s really hard to beat the kind of deal this offers. It’s perfect not just for use around the house, but as a compact, portable device suitable for your car’s emergency repair kit or to take with you camping or on vacation.

About the Author Adam Harris

Hi there! My name is Adam and I write for HealthyHandyman. I have a great passion for writing about everything related to tools, home improvement, and DIY. In my spare time, I'm either fishing, playing the guitar, or spending quality time with my beloved wife. You'll also often find me in my workshop working on some new project!