|Item Weight||42.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.5 x 20 x 17.8 inches|
|Item model number||UCPACK1850BN|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1-Year Warranty|
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BOSTITCH Factory-Reconditioned U/CPACK1850BN 18-Gauge Brad Nailer and Compressor Combo Kit
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- CAP2000P-OF 2.0 HP (peak) oil-free compressor
- SB-1850BN 2-inch 18GA brad nailer
- 1/4-inch by 25-foot PVC air hose with fittings
- Brad nailer features adjustable depth guide, tool-free adjustable exhaust and no-mar tip, drives 18-gauge brads from 5/8-Inch to 2-Inch in length
- Compressor offers 2.8-cfm at 90-psi with 150 max, large 6-gallon reserve tank, impact-resistant shroud protects gauges
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Appearance: The compressor was in great shape, it was obvious that it was not brand new with a few scratches on the tank paint and a few scuffs here and there. I'm sure the hose and accessories were brand new because they were still in factory wrapping. Some have said that their compressor included a good quality rubber hose, mine sadly did not. I got the 25' PVC hose as listed in the description. It is stiff, and does not coil really well, but will work for me until I need a new one. The nailer appeared to be brand new until I took a close look and spotted a few small scratches on the front.
Quick Test: I decided that I would turn it on and let it run with the tank drain valve open as a breaking in period for around 30 minutes while I assembled the air chuck, uncoiled the hose and installed the QD fittings. It was raining at the time so the compressor was in my garage with the door open. It is pretty loud as many have already stated, I would say it is about as loud as my circular saw, maybe just a little more. I was expecting it to be much louder from all the complaints, but it is as loud as you would expect a compressor of this size to be.Read more ›
I was extremely happy with my purchase. The product came and looked brand new. No scratches, dents or anything to lead me to believe it was pre-owned.
- Great value for price
- Easy to operate
- came with thread tape and 25ft heavy duty hose
- brad nailer works awesome and includes brads
- Fairly quiet compared to other air compressors.
- No oil to mess with, just plug in and your good to go
- Handle makes for easy carrying
- Builds pressure quickly
- it looks like some others got a 50ft hose
-Power button is made of cheap plastic, I can see this breaking when pulling the knob to turn off.
You won't do better for the price! Such a deal and works awesome.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Right out if the box I could hear something rattling around inside the plastic housing around the motor. Upon inspection, I found a mounting bolt that had fallen out. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Scott Scarborough
Has worked like a champ for a few years now. I did strip the pressure adjustment knob recently but it was an easy and cheap fix.Published 1 month ago by L. Ellenburg Jr.
It didn't work on arrival. There was an internal leak stopping the tank from filling. How is it refurbished if it doesn't even work?Published 3 months ago by KM
More pressure than my 230V compressor! Didn't use the gun, hove so many already.Published 3 months ago by Frank
Great price and great product. Been using this for a while now and haven't had issues. Can't go wrong for the price. Shipping was fast.Published 9 months ago by Tony_P
I have had this a couple of years now.
The Compressor: The week after I received it there were some problems with a pressure seal that broke and it needed to be fixed... Read more
I bought this compressor in August, used it very little until the end of October. I did not use it all winter and now it does not pump up. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lisa Sanchez
compressor crapped out after nine months, started smoking and spitting flames, good thing I was in my carport were I could drag it out into the yard.Published 10 months ago by charles warren