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Walmart.com has Briggs & Stratton 8 Gallon Hotdog Oil-free Air Compressor on sale for $89Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup. Thanks rob728

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This air compressor features a 1.5 running HP universal motor and produces a flow rate of 4.8CFM at 40PSI and 3.7CFM at 90PSI. -Corwin

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Walmart has the Briggs & Stratton 8 Gallon Oil Free Air Compressor for $89 with Free Shipping. Regular price is $199.
Was walking thru the store and noticed a skid of these and thought the price decent enough to post.
SKU 800727967, UPC 871613008642

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Briggs...#read-more

http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...=800727967
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I'm not sure what surprises me more:

- That this triggered my "hot dog" deal alert.
- That i *have* a "hot dog" deal alert.

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every week? who in the hell would drain their oil compressor every week man?
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In stock at all 3 local stores!
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Anyone familiar with this unit? Specifically, how loud it is? I've heard the oil-free ones tend to blow out eardrums.
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Lowe's has a Kobalt 8 gallon compressor on sale for $99, add a $1 filler and use a $20 off $100 coupon to bring it down to $80.

8-Gallon Portable Electric Horizontal Air Compressor
https://www.lowes.com/pd/8-Gallon...r/50129758
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Picked one up. It seems it's strong enough for my needs around the house.

I missed out on all of the pancake compressor deals over the last 4-5 days :C this will pack a little more power anyways.

TU and repped (on recharge :p )
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Oil free make a crapton more noise.
Parts also wear out faster.

Oil ones are really not a big deal to maintain, just drain them every week or so if you use it a lot.
Also make sure it always has oil. Simple.
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Will this work to blow out the sprinklers?
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Will this work to blow out the sprinklers?
I would get a bigger gallon if you have a long sprinkler system. Once you're out of air on this small one, you'll have to wait for the recharge. Typical sprinkler system, I would get a large gallon tank.
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Oil free make a crapton more noise.
Parts also wear out faster.

Oil ones are really not a big deal to maintain, just drain them every week or so if you use it a lot.
Also make sure it always has oil. Simple.
every week? who in the hell would drain their oil compressor every week man?
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Oil free make a crapton more noise.
Parts also wear out faster.

Oil ones are really not a big deal to maintain, just drain them every week or so if you use it a lot.
Also make sure it always has oil. Simple.
I've owned a 6 gallon pontoon style air compressor for 12 years. Never changed the oil once, yet it's still running fine. I don't use it a whole lot though (maybe twice a month). I think the point is if you do use one a lot is not to get a cheap, light use one like this. It's going to fail quickly with heave use (weekly oil changes or not). Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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every week? who in the hell would drain their oil compressor every week man?
When I worked at the shop we drained 2 gallons of water and oil. Obviously smaller ones will not make as much but the concept of draining the tank is not to bad of a maintenance.
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When I worked at the shop we drained 2 gallons of water and oil. Obviously smaller ones will not make as much but the concept of draining the tank is not to bad of a maintenance.
not every week, cmon!
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Oil free make a crapton more noise.
Parts also wear out faster.

Oil ones are really not a big deal to maintain, just drain them every week or so if you use it a lot.
Also make sure it always has oil. Simple.
I have a 12gal Craftsman from the 70's & I've never checked the oil lol I do drain the air tank a couple times a yr though.
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I was looking for a compressor a few years ago and ended up skipping these 8ish gallon models.

3.7CFM @ 90psi doesn't really get you beyond a brad nailer, stapler, and tire inflation...which is the same as the 2.whatever CFM 6 gallon more compact pancake compressors. I payed something like $129 for the Porter Cable 6gallon with 16ga nailer, 18ga nailer, and stapler included. Just something to think about.
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