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Ozito PXC 18V High Pressure Inflator $38.99 + Delivery & More Skins & Batteries ($0 C&C/ in-Store/ OnePass) @ Bunnings


Ozito PXC deals, price matching Aldi's upcoming deals. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/831929 These are all I have been able to find so far but there is a chance they may match the mower later on.

Ozito PXC 18V Cordless Heat Gun $38.99 https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-cordless-heat-gun-…

Ozito PXC 11mm 18V Cordless Glue Gun $38.99. https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-11mm-18v-cordless-glue…

Ozito PXC 18V 4.0Ah (Red) Battery. $48.99. https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-4-0ah-lithium-ion-…

Ozito PXC 18V Multi Battery Fast Charger $48.99. https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-multi-battery-fast…

Stock checker.
Inflator. https://nrby.in/bunnings/0367208
Heat gun. https://nrby.in/bunnings/0163616
Glue gun. https://nrby.in/bunnings/0136013
4.0ah battery. https://nrby.in/bunnings/6290574
Charger. https://nrby.in/bunnings/0035840

Thanks to those that pointed this out, a reminder that the 3 x battery deal for $99 and the 2 x battery and multi charger for $99.98 is still running and now widely available. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/829447

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  • +55

    Such a big company and only reduces price in response to ALDI.

    • +53

      After Bunnings pushed Masters out (basically telling suppliers if they supplied Masters, Bunnings would stop ranging their products) there is no main competitors Bunnings have to compete with apart from Aldi special buys. Sad state of affairs really.

      • +17

        They never really even had to work too hard to kill Masters, just perpetuate the notions that "I can't find where things are at Masters", "What are these funny brands? Where are the Ryobis?", and "Bunnings is all Australian, just don't look at where our products are manufactured".

      • +5

        I always wondered what happened to Masters. Were the ACCC sleeping on the job?

        • +15

          ACCC can't fix poor business models, it's up to the business.

          • +10

            @ltwo: How's a business meant to fix supplier coercion?

        • Are they ever awake?

        • No, the CEO was.

      • +14

        I think the main problem of Masters was they stocked the stores a bit too elegantly, making less use of the land they rented.

        I liked browsing Masters more than Bunnings. Masters was like a showroom whereas Bunnings is like a warehouse (they literally call them that). When I needed to buy a specific thing it was more likely that I would find it at Bunnings.

        • +3

          And masters had aircon

      • +1

        Also Masters sold whitegoods, so I'm pretty sure they weren't able to open up at the times that Bunnings opened… that's huge for people wanting to get stuff done early morning!

        • +1

          Yep, the Bunnings near me would be packed Sunday morning but the Masters carpark next door would be empty because they weren't allowed to open until later (11?). I assume this was different by state.

        • +1

          That was certainly one of the problems in the Perth metro area. Outside of that are WA trading hours are more relaxed, but within it selling certain goods cuts down your permitted trading hours. That's why Perth Bunnings stores don't usually have restricted ranges for things like lamps (nothing too fancy) but they seem to have chosen Armadale as the "sacrificial" store that you can get these things without going to the competition.

          • @banana365: I've always wondered why many light fittings are only available in Armadale. So by carrying those they essentially have a smaller window to operate in?

            • @ltwo: Pretty much. It's a fair bit smaller too - https://www.bunnings.com.au/stores/wa/armadale I think the location was chosen to compete directly with the Masters that was just down the road and therefore had to go with a similar product range. They've stuck with that range after Masters closed down so there must be enough money in it to warrant putting up with the reduced hours.

      • +1

        Managed to snag a Dyson for really cheap from masters back in the day.
        The price was so good the sales people were reluctant to sell it to me.
        Thanks ozb and masters. 😀

    • +4

      This is what happens when you have no competition

    • -2

      Aldi is by far bigger than Bunnings.. LOL

    • +16

      Bunnings is becoming a store of convenience, not the cheapest price. A lot of their products can be found cheaper elsewhere, but those stores are only open Mon-Fri, 9-5.

      • +5

        Username checks out.

      • +2

        I'm not sure it was ever anything but convenience.

    • +2

      We need 4 corners on Bunnings monopoly

    • +1

      My local Masters had a Maccas. And I found their customer service a lot better than Bunnings.

  • +4

    Oh this is very very bad…… making me spend money again!

  • Do we have a list of previous prices to compare?

    Also, anyone know the difference between the "high volume" and "high pressure" inflators and which is best?

    • +8

      High volume is used for large things like air mattresses, pool inflatables.
      High pressure is for tires, footballs etc…

    • +2

      Heat gun is down from $89.98 according to pricehipster.

      Glue gun was $49.98
      Can’t see previous prices of others.

      • +2

        Ozito gear got a lot of seemingly arbitrary price increases post COVID. A $90 and $50 product both selling for $40… ($40 is what I paid full price for the glue gun in 2020.)

    • +8

      there is no best. high volume is for large items which require a lot of air volume like a mattress. high pressure is for things which require a high pressure to inflate to such as tyres. you could theoretically use the high pressure inflator to inflate high volume items but you will be at it all day.

      this inflator does both: https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-cordless-inflator-… and its the best one for having in the house for general use.

      • +2

        this inflator does both and its the best one for having in the house for general use.

        $5 cheaper to buy both separately, if you want to save $5, but also a space saver. Depends on your Bargain Style I guess.

        • +4

          You can also use the workshop blower to inflate high-volume stuff like air mattresses as it comes with adaptors. That thing is great. I use it most to supercharge the home wood fire when it starts slowly.

        • yes which is interesting and something i never considered as I bought the single unit that does both. However, the high volume hand held inflator does seem like it doesn't have enough power for some tasks based on some of the reviews.

          • +1

            @fruitloafer: The high volume inflators really slow down when you have to use a smaller diameter nozzle. They will fill up an air mattress with a large diameter faster than a blow-up pool toy that needs a smaller nozzle.

        • Got the Aldi Workzone version of the combo one on clearance a while back … Win-Win.

          Shame Aldi not running that one again then.

        • This combined(high pressure + high volume) Ozito inflator also goes on sale sometimes. I got it for 49.95$ last time.

          • +1

            @Sub: This one is a lot smaller so it is great to have in the 4x4 boot when you need to change pressures.

            • @imnotgoingtopayrrp: It worked well on a recent trip away. Took three bikes with us. It was more convenient than taking a track pump, even if a bit noisy.

    • +5

      Do we have a list of previous prices to compare?

      Ozito PXC 18V Cordless Heat Gun was $89.98 - https://pricehipster.com/product/g0ergABFoGmr3vTLfXECYw~HJ1K…
      Ozito PXC 11mm 18V Cordless Glue Gun - Cannot Find
      Ozito PXC 18V 4.0Ah (Red) Battery was $69.00 - https://pricehipster.com/product/Oc7w-PAkqHPwQUUiHVmvdA~HJ1K…
      Ozito PXC 18V Multi Battery Fast Charger - Cannot Find, but a normal Fast Charge is $39.98

      Also, anyone know the difference between the "high volume" and "high pressure" inflators and which is best?

      High Pressure - For tyres and sports equipment
      High Volume Inflator - For inflating air mattresses, pool toys, ski tubes and other inflatables

      • +1

        From memory the charger was $79 and the glue gun was $45 or $49.

    • +3

      Depends what you're inflating.

      High Volume = beach toys / blow up beds / blow up dolls

      High Pressure = car tyres / sports equipment

      • +3

        blow up dolls


        • blow up dolls

          You might find it works more satisfactorily using high pressure one.

    • It depends on your application. Tyres and stuff are high pressure. Air mattresses and stuff are high volume. In the past, Bunnings sold a model that performed both modes which I was lucky enough to nab.

    • High volume- air beds, pool toys etc. High pressure, tyres, footballs etc

    • You need both for drop stitched, high pressure stand up boards, kayaks, boats etc… high volume to fill it qickly to about 95% - most will go to about 1psi. Then high pressure to generate, well, higher psi… Most SUP boards require between 12 and 15psi.

      • Has anyone used this ozito one to inflate a paddleboard or kayak? Even if you filled it with the high volume inflator to 1psi, then switched to the high pressure, at 12L/min I think it would take a while to reach 15psi (which requires approximately another 1 volume-full of air, which might be up to 200L).

        • +1

          Yes, you need a special connector to fit (amazon $17) and it takes about 12 mins but it does it with ease. I have heard of people using a high volume to get it to 12 and then the high pressure to get it to 15 but I'm not sure how much time it would save plus I'm not sure if another connector would be needed as the one for the high pressure won't work with the high volume. I'd rather set and forget and come back in 12 mins.

          • @paulj13: from what I gather, high volume starts to struggle at 1psi

            If you have a link to a high volume that will do 12 psi id be interested in checking it out

            • @WT: This is the one I use (both volume and pressure) https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-cordless-inflator-… along with this https://amzn.asia/d/87VGrHR, However, I don't use the high volume one for the SUP just that I heard some do but I have yet to find an adaptor for the high volume that fits my pump and SUP.

              • @paulj13: I have a similar adapter. I was under the impression it was a single pump unit that would fill fairly fast and do low psi.

                I havent searched much, but so far only the ozito has 2 pumps that will do both with no other real options

                • @WT: Most brands have dual pump options. Black & Decker used to sell a brilliant one with 3 power options (240, 12, battery). Wasn't very popular as most people didn't understand the benefit.

        • Yeah I used to use the ozito dual inflator but it takes over 20 mins. I 3d printed an adaptor for the high volume side, which only takes about a minute to fill, and just bought an adaptor for the high pressure.

          Maybe could have reduced the time a little by removing the valve from the Schrader as someone suggested on here but in the end just got something purpose built, one of these(the same unit varies in price, I picked one up for under 90 bucks)

          Don't have to go messing around switching over from high volume to high pressure, and it's done in around 8 mins to 15psi.

          I run it off a small battery pack to make it portable, though it does draw around 10A, peaking around 14 or 15A.

    • Depends on your use case. Pressure is less important than volume though, esp when most inflators can nowadays do around 150psi. Volume is measured in liters per minute and matters when you have an SUV with large tyres (or inflatable mattresses, pool toys, etc). It will take less time for a pump with higher volume (higher psi) to fill up the tyre. Means less waiting, less heat generated and therefore less wear and tear on the pump.

    • The higher volume, the lower pressure, and vice versa.

    • +1

      That's the normal price, but yeah it is a handy tool and good value for money.

  • Any lawn mower, blower and trimmer combo deals form Ozito or others?.

  • +2

    High Pressure - 12L / per min
    High Volume Inflator - 460L / per min

    Wow big difference

  • Damn, got a crappy heat gun from Amazon recently and would have preferred the Ozito one. I guess the Ozito takes up more space though

  • I find it useless, but got 1. Thx OP

  • +1

    We should get a lawnmower and a cordless blower deal sometime too, based on what Aldi is offering

  • +2

    Went to Bunnings to see if any Dewalt products on sale, and there were heaps of sale tickets, checked the original price behind them and it was $1 off most items. Standard practice these days. Had a lot of Ozito, great products but slowing trying to upgrade to Dewalt

    • +1

      I'm doing the opposite. I just hated the repair policy where you have to make do without the tool for about 3 months while they repair it for you. Mind you, if you are going the 54V high power stuff, Ozito has nothing compared to that.

    • I think these were from the recent battery redemption deal - ended January, you got a battery for $1 with those tools, not sure why the price tickets haven't been changed back yet?

      • No - they place a discounted price sticker and under it the original price is $1 more. You can see it across many different lines, not just power tools.

  • +1

    Any idea if these work effectively for pumping up tubeless tyres specifically (from flat)?

    • +4

      If the tyre is unseated, no. Not enough airflow for that. If its seated, yes.

      • Thanks. How do I know the value required for airflow? Is this a spec I need to look up?

    • +1

      Probably would be slow compared to a bigger compressor. I was with a guy who had a flat tyre and got his pissy little 12v compressor out for a 35" mud tyre, starting using it and it was taking ages. Came him my Kings dual max compressor, which was done in 30 seconds.

  • anyone actually tested this to see whether is good for infalting say a car tyre? and to what pressure? cheers!
    IE can i drive on the tyre, or do i have to go at a limted speed because its not as inflated. any general info and experiences welcome!

    • +2

      not as fast as going to the servo or using a compressor. But it will get there. It goes to about 160PSI I think. Seen truckies use them on the FB page.

      • +4

        I haven't timed this or any others I have owned but to pump up a 255/35—17 from @30 up to 38psi takes about 20 seconds or so.

    • +3

      That is what its designed for. I have one and it works well, just as well as the Makita and Milwaukee 12v ones I have had in the past.

      Specs are,up to 160 psi so your pretty safe there, lol. Flow is 12L per minute which is about average for these types of inflator.

    • It works for car tyre, slow though. Good for topping up saving you a trip to the servo.

      FYI, it takes about 40s to pump a tyre from 33 to 36 psi.

    • +1

      Can confirm okay on car & trailer tyres.

  • I wish they bring back the Corded heatgun deal - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/823497

  • +1

    This also looks like a pretty legit deal. 3x 4ah Ozito batteries for $99.


  • We need ozito pole pruner!

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