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JacPac J-6901-91 Portable Compressed CO2 Pneumatic Regulator Kit


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  • No compressor required - CO2 cylinder powers it all
  • Universal adapter fits most standard pneumatic hand tools
  • One charge equals up to 500 brads/staples fired
  • Compact and easy to carry - weighs 5 lbs.
  • Refillable, reusable CO2 cylinders
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number J-6901-91
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions10 x 3 x 3 inches
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Item model numberJ-6901-91
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000QF7I7W
Best Sellers Rank #466,906 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.5 pounds
Date First AvailableSeptember 9, 2006
  
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Product Description

Over are the days of carrying around compressors and dragging around long hoses. Weighing only 5 lbs., the JacPac Regulator Kit is completely portable. The JacPac is the industrys first CO2-powered system that hooks onto your belt and gives you all the power you need when you need it!No compressor is required; the CO2 cylinder powers it allReusable CO2 cylinders are economical to refill and one charge can fire up to 500 brads/staplesCylinders can be refilled at any paintball supply company or sporting goods supplier offering this serviceUnit will accept any designated "CO2" cylinder since these cylinders are based on paintball industry standardsRequires no batteries, creates no fumes and no noise, and requires no special maintenanceIncludes:10 ft. extendable coil hose9 oz. CO2 aluminum cylinder (shipped empty)Safety glassesInstruction manualCarrying caseReplacement O-ring set

Customer Reviews

The hose also burst on me.
John E. Dinger
I was out the money, of course.
Peter S. Oliphant, Ph.D.
Been trying to get a new one.
Joe from Cleveland

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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Building contractor on December 17, 2007
I was a little disappointed with this,
the plastic housing and belt clip are cheap and very flimsy,
a better grade plastic and a metal clip would have been a better choice if you were going to market this as workman's tool.
I could not get the Co2 cylinder filled at the welding supply shop since they did not have the fitting or scale to fill so small a cylinder, so I ended up at the paintball sport shop which did fill the cylinder for $2 and could sell me an extra backup cylinder either an 8 or 12 oz.
So I bought the 12oz for $20 and filled it to for $2.
My first time attaching the supplied 10oz cylinder to the regulator, it gushed and leaked badly
I found that the O ring seal on the bottle was getting pinched and torn, they give you 5 extra with the kit but they are cheap and gummy so every time I tried the same thing happened.
I didn't expect to have to repair a brand new tool, a little aggravated with that fact I gave up on Jac pac's bottle, and I screwed in the cylinder I bought at the paintball shop and no problem, the O ring on that bottle seams to be made of a stiffer better quality material, I guess I'm going to have to buy seals at the paintball shop for the Jac Pac bottle to work.
although the whole kit is worth the sum of its parts, this is not new or unique as they would like you to think. You can buy the Co2 bottles at the paintball store and a better quality regulator with higher pressure output from HyperFlo (google it) and a belt clip and hose from H.D. or Lowes.

First question I had, Does it work?
Brad Nailer- of corse, they have very low air pressure and consumption.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Ron Mc on February 3, 2008
I am a professional carpenter. I wanted to buy something that would work with my brad nailer, stapler and pin nailer without having to buy a whole new expensive for instance senco battery powered finisher nailer. I own a paslode finish nailer and framing nailer which works well for bigger jobs. Anyway, after the initial setup mistakes I found that the jac pac works very well with the smaller nailers. I did notice that the 10oz canister that comes with the unit is a little light for what I was donig and immediatley upgraded to a 20oz bottle which works perfectly. It drives staples and finish nails into oak without any problem. Over all I am very pleased with its performance.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By GadgetGuy on August 31, 2008
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I have used this a number of times and have found it very usefull.
Pros: extremely portable (no need for compressor), light, easy to use, can use either a 9 or 20oz bottle, CO2 is readily available at most Wal Marts.
Cons: Can go through CO2 fairly quickly (20oz bottle a must), storage case not well thought out (Does not go back in without complete disassembly).
Even with the cons it is a valuable asset to the tool collection and simplifies simple jobs.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Building contractor on December 16, 2007
I was a little disappointed with this,
the plastic housing and belt clip are cheap and very flimsy,
a better grade plastic and a metal clip would have been a better choice if you were going to market this as workman's tool.
I could not get the Co2 cylinder filled at the welding supply shop since they did not have the fitting or scale to fill so small a cylinder, so I ended up at the paintball sport shop which did fill the cylinder for $2 and could sell me an extra backup cylinder either an 8 or 12 oz.
So I bought the 12oz for $20 and filled it to for $2.
My first time attaching the supplied 10oz cylinder to the regulator, it gushed and leaked badly
I found that the O ring seal on the bottle was getting pinched and torn, they give you 5 extra with the kit but they are cheap and gummy so every time I tried the same thing happened.
I didn't expect to have to repair a brand new tool, a little aggravated with that fact I gave up on Jac pac's bottle, and I screwed in the cylinder I bought at the paintball shop and no problem, the O ring on that bottle seams to be made of a stiffer better quality material, I guess I'm going to have to buy seals at the paintball shop for the Jac Pac bottle to work.
although the whole kit is worth the sum of its parts, this is not new or unique as they would like you to think. You can buy the Co2 bottles at the paintball store and a better quality regulator with higher pressure output from HyperFlo (google it) and a belt clip and hose from H.D. or Lowes.

first question I had, Does it work?
Brad Nailer- of corse, they have very low air pressure and consumption.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Joe from Cleveland on January 2, 2010
I was really excited about getting this tool. I planned to use it with a pneumatic pruner for wild grapevine management in my woodlot. I could use a generator and air compressor or a chainsaw, but I thought it would be slick and time-effective to just walk through the woods clipping grape vines as I see them (I also bought a cordless sawzall for larger vines, all in the quest for absolute mobility).

The regulator worked great until the pressure relief valve failed, which happened about 2-3 weeks after I got it. Been trying to get a new one. Burned through 3-4 20oz. tanks of gas trying to get the dingdang thing to work. Still doesn't work. Can't find manual on Kobalt's (i.e., Lowe's) webpage. Found manual on jacpac's webpage, but not a parts list.

Also, I just read the other reviews - 9 oz. tank is too small (I can't comment - I went right to the 20 oz. tank). Let me tell you the 20 oz. tank is too heavy to wear on your belt, unless your pants are thumbtacked to your hips (suspenders might work).

For small jobs, I think you will be much better off with a slightly larger CO2 tank and reliable regulator from welding supply house and a slightly longer hose. I think this will also give you longer tank life and more pressure when you need it.

As for me, I bought the darned thing, so I gotta make lemonaide out of this lemon. After reading these reviews (I wish I had read them before I purchased), I am going to try going to paintgun parts to get mine working. If that fails, I am going to a scuba tank "backpack" to carry a slightly larger CO2 tank, and regulator from a welding supply shop.

Overall, great idea, but in reality, very disappointing!

CAVEAT EMPTOR (buyer beware)
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