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Promoted 04-27-2016 by Discombobulated at 11:49 PM View Original Post
Walmart.com has Campbell Hausfeld 3-Gallon Air Compressor w/ Accessory Set on Sale for $55. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup if stock permits. Thanks dying4deals

Accessory kit includes:
  • 25' Recoil Hose
  • Air Chuck
  • Inflation Needle
  • Inflation Needle Adapter
  • Two Inflation Nozzles
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Edited April 27, 2016 at 03:44 PM by mlacey3
So I ran across this Campbell Hausfeld 3 Gallon, 110psi Air Compressor & 11pc Accessory Set Bundle on Walmart website for $55 down from $75.88 and according to CCC cheapest by $12

Campbell Hausfeld 3-Gallon 110 psi Air Compressor & 11 pc Accessory Set Bundle:
The Hausfeld air compressor is ideal for inflating car and bikes tires, cleaning your workbench area, installing trim and more
Includes accessory kit (25' recoil hose, air chuck, inflation needle, inflation needle adapter, two inflation nozzles)
Compact size fits easily in your garage or workbench area
Easy-to-read gauges for quick monitoring of air pressure
100-lb max pressure
Great for cleaning furnace Ac units even your automobile interior

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Campbel...e/12534870
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This thing isn't good for much. It is indeed half the price of decent compressors, but underperforms compared to compressors even half its size. I have also heard this thing run, and it is just as loud as (if not louder than) my 15yr old dedicated outdoor 6 gallon "heavy duty" compressor, only this thing isn't even close to "heavy duty"

100PSI is worthless, most decent compressors this size are 135 to 150PSI, and cycle at 100... A brad nailer with the regulator set at 75 to 80PSI would probably have this thing cycling every 4 to 6 nails.

The size for performance is terrible. Even my little Senco 1/2hp 1-gallon has a max 125PSI. Not to mention that my Senco weighs 20 pounds and you can have a conversation while it is running right beside you.

Porter Cable sells a 6 gallon pancake for $130, or a 3 gallon for $99... neither of those are "quiet", but have a much higher build quality and 150/135 PSI respectively. Otherwise, that Senco PC1010 I talked about regularly sells at around $110, but it is light, small, and quiet, and still outperforms this thing.

For the price, I can see this as tempting, but it would be like buying a new car because it was half the price of other new cars, while Ignoring the fact that its top speed is 40MPH, is somehow the size of a Suburban with the cargo room of a Prius, and sounds like a gang of lawnmowers driving down the road...

In other words, It is cheap for a reason. I highly recommend something else.
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does this thing work for painting a car?
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Anyone have any experience with this? I need something simple for using my small nail guy and this probably fits the bill. Not doing big projects, so 3-gallon should work fine for my needs.
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Anyone have experience with its noise level ?
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does this thing work for painting a car?
U wouldn't use this to paint a car
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I have a similar spec model and brand but wall mounted in my garage. Had it for at least 12 years now. Still works. Paid about $70 for it so this is a good deal.
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Anyone have any experience with this? I need something simple for using my small nail guy and this probably fits the bill. Not doing big projects, so 3-gallon should work fine for my needs.
You would need at a minimum a 40gal to paint a car. The volume is what keeps you from having to stop, wait and then start again. a three gallon would take you forever and would result in a Polk a dot paint job
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You would need at a minimum a 40gal to paint a car. The volume is what keeps you from having to stop, wait and then start again. a three gallon would take you forever and would result in a Polk a dot paint job
But for a simple nailer, this should work right?
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But for a simple nailer, this should work right?
It is rated at .4 cfm @90psi which should be able to handle a small brad or pin nailer that will be used intermittently. It would fall quite short for roofing or framing nailers.
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But for a simple nailer, this should work right?
Yes, it should.
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But for a simple nailer, this should work right?
as Jeff said fir small jobs you'd be fine. don't plan to do a deck job with this...not that you would. IMO a compressor is not something for an impulse buy if you've not done the research. if all you want is some really small things around the house, pump air into tires, run a tool for a brief moment.
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Anyone have any experience with this? I need something simple for using my small nail guy and this probably fits the bill. Not doing big projects, so 3-gallon should work fine for my needs.
I had the two gallon and used the nail gun easily for finishing trim.
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does this thing work for painting a car?
No way.
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