|Item Weight||40 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.2 x 20 x 14.5 inches|
|Item model number||GR152CM|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||12-MONTH WARRANTY|
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Grip-Rite GR152CM 1.5HP 2 Gallon Twin Tank Compressor
|Price:||$199.99 + $6.99 shipping|
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- Perfect for finishing tools, light roofing and framing and other light duty applications
- A maintenance free, oil-less pump and a life expectancy of 4,000 hours.
- Rugged roll cage for jobsite durability
- Pontoon-style tank provides a low center of gravity and reduced tip-over
- Oil-free pump
- Recessed gauges
- Extremely quiet and lightweight
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I was hesitant about the Grip-Rite since there were very few reviews, while the Senco and Makita had many positive reviews. However, the 0.7 CFM output of the Senco mostly limits it to running small nailers or airbrushes, while the Grip-Rite touts a 2.6 CFM output. The MAC700 is likely better built and engineered and only $30 more, but I was put off by its 52 lb weight compared to 39 lbs for the Grip-Rite. For occasional light home use, I didn't want to deal with a heavy, oil-lubed compressor.
The Grip-Rite arrived undamaged in the manufacturers box.
It's compact and smaller than I expected. The sticker says its made in Taiwan, which is a nice surprise as I expected it be Chinese-made.
The instruction manual is simple and clear and includes a detailed parts list. The manual and parts list are also available on their website.
As another reviewer mentioned, there is some swarf loose in the tanks. It could probably be removed by removing the drain valves and using a rare earth magnet taped to a dowel. Not sure it's worth the effort though.
I would certainly not call the unit "extremely quiet" as the marketing blurb does. While it's quieter than my brothers pancake compressor, someone sleeping in the next room probably wouldn't appreciate hearing it. In a detached home with the windows closed, your neighbors likely wouldn't hear it, but in a condo with thin walls, they probably will.
On the plus side, the run times to fill and recover are quite fast. I didn't measure them, but they seem in line with what Grip-Rite claims (50 and 10 seconds IIRC?).
Overall, it seems like a good unit. Time will tell how it holds up.
I've never had a mis-hit because of inadequate air pressure. Okay, when nailing H1 joists I'm shooting nails real fast and the compressor is running frequently. But that's not important. I've never had a nail not fire correctly because of inadequate air pressure.
This compressor was top rated and that's why I bought it. I'm not disappointed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This compressor cycles constantly. It fills up, sets off the release, loses pressure, starts again, fills up, sets off the release, loses pressure, starts again, etc, etc, etc. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bcantell
It's does what it's supposted to do, and much quieter than my old one.Published 17 months ago by Mark Arsenault
large enough to drive a full size framing nailer and small enough to not be annoying in the garage.Published 20 months ago by ronald atkins
Used primarily to inflate tires on a lot of cars. Once the tanks fill with pressure, we've never had to wait for air, and we fill a lot of tires in succession. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Sparksongs
One of the feet fell off the first day I used it. I have had it for a year and a half now and now some mechanical glitch is causing it to drain all the air out and fill up again... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jpleaseoseph F. Kelly
used this product for the last 10 months. no problems. fast shipping and good packing
will buy again!