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Craftsman 3 gal. Air Compressor, 1 hp, Tank

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  • Universal quick-connects attach and detach tools from air hose
  • Cast iron cylinder and aluminum-finned copper outlet
  • 2 gauges and air regulator, oil-level sight glass and automotive-style air filter
  • Large rubber feet for stability, carrying handle with a cushion grip
  • 17 pc. kit with a 1/4 in. x 25 ft. coiled nylon air hose, blow gun, spare quick-connects
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Product Description

Oil-lubricated compressor provides homeowners with a lightweight, portable source of air power for many do-it-yourself projects. Direct-drive, horizontal tank compressor delivers 2.4 SCFM at 90 PSI.

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Technical Details
Part Number 15310
Item Weight41.6 pounds
Product Dimensions21.8 x 21 x 10.3 inches
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Styleportable
Power Sourceelectric-powered
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002LRWMK6
Best Sellers Rank #312,032 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight41.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 17, 2009
  
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JWink TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 23, 2013
I got this air compressor as a gift for use in my garage for doing basic things such as airing my tires on my car and bikes.

The air compressor has the following features:

3-gallon horizontal air compressor that is portable and made from durable steel and has a max pressure of 125 psi.
Comes with 25 feet of recoil air hose
The tank also has a 1/4-inch male plug, ball chuck and thread seal tape.
Has a 1 HP induction motor and the pump is oil lubricated
Has a quick connect feature for the hose

This compressor is portable but not as light as you might think but is not unmanageable and has a good strong handle. Some assembly is required and when putting together make sure you use the thread tape and tighten the connections with a wrench in order to avoid leaks. The compressor worked well for filling my car tires with no issues and has a automatic shutoff when it reaches its maximum tank pressure. It is a bit loud but no louder than any other similar size compressor of the same size. My biggest complaints are the accessories that come with the unit with the plastic air hose that seems to be on the bit of the cheap side in quality. The tire inflation end piece is just a basic one and has no gauge to determine your air pressure when you are filling the tires. It would have been nice if this would have been included along with a heavier duty air hose. For any type of heavy duty use you will have to get an accessory kit with a heavier duty hose and any other accessories you might need. In my case, I am going to substitute the air hose and add a better tire inflator end piece with a gauge. The problem here as well is the price, you can get this at Sears for nearly half (79 bucks) than what you can purchase here. For 140 bucks, I would recommend looking elsewhere but for 79 bucks then this is a decent compressor for the price for occasional light to medium duty use.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By JRC on November 14, 2012
Add after 8 months of moderate use:

has developed an air leak; I suspect the regulator.

Wish they would have positioned the drain plug to DRAIN THE WATER out when you open it instead of making me rock the thing back and forth trying to get the water to run over the drain hole.

Hasn't gotten any quieter. I bought a Makita (Makita-MAC700-Big-Bore) for my brother a few months after I had this...it cost more...but much quieter...worth it to me now to start thinking about upgrading; defiantly worth $50 more.

I've seen these on sale for $90; would get the Makita if you cant get the sale price.

.................
Looks like finding an inexpensive yet well rated compressor is difficult. Glad I didn't read the review on this one before I bought it.

I've had one of these for one whole day now, and it works perfectly but it is not perfect. It is a DEFINITE improvement over the inexpensive, entry level compressors like the 1Gal Oil Free Campbell Hausfeld. In fact, if you are considering one of those...I'd recommend spending the $50 more. I use compressors for model spray guns, and tire filling for cars, bicycles and motorcycles. It put two lbs in each of my car tires (low profile 17") with out kicking on to refill the tank.

Good:
- The Motor ROCKS. Puts 3gal's of air in the tank quickly; like maybe a minute. I'll have to time it.
- With no pressure in the tank, it still operates my air blower AND still puts air in the tank.
- Not too heavy to move around; but I'm not a small guy. I think the packaging said 47lbs?
- holds pressure when not being used.
- Oil check, fill and drain holes are easily accessible.
- No issues with parts fitting or working together.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By country on October 13, 2013
Bought my compressor 13 months ago and used it once until yesterday. Compressor developed a leak and when I shut off the on/off switch, the switch came off. Since the warranty has expired, I took off the switch cover to see if I could fix it, and 4 pieces [a spring and 3 other parts] fell onto my work bench. Over $100.00 and only got to use it once.
Stay away from this piece of junk!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kevin T. Matthews on November 7, 2014
The unit only worked well for approximately 3 uses then blew out something mechanical from the inside. It will not pressurize above 30 psi so I replaced the regulator which did not fix it. So I limped around with it filling air in tires for a year then one day got sick of it not working and put it in the dumpster. Like others have said it is neasr impossible to find a good compressor that does not cost a lot. I need to sand blast so I will really have to shell out some cash to get the flow I need. This was a good learning experience on what not to buy next time. I would steer clear from this model. It may say Craftsman on the side and I drank the Craftsman Koolaide and got bitten. So there will be no more craftsman air compressors in my house. It was chaep and it lived up to that reputation. Cheap and no good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TheTrueBoss on January 21, 2015
This is noisy. Are they running a con because this only pressurizes to 125 psi. Their diles seem to misrepresent because I cannot even get 125psi
as the controlled outlet dial. You can call this a gip so far as what I purchased it for.
I thought maybe it would be more silent than a compressor of the oil less style. It is not. This is noisy and i cannot find a way to muffle it.

Maybe it needs to be broken in before it quiets down. I also dislike that it has to get to such a low pressure before the automatic turn on kick in. It should have a manual override.

Only reason it gets 2 stars and not 1 is because it more or less stands up to Craftsman standards in terms of it being a good
solid tool. However when you're looking for 150 you settle for 135 and the device seem capable of only 125, you are going to be disappointed.
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