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Excell SAC22HPE 2 Gallon Ultra Quiet Air Compressor 1 HP 61 dBA $66.59 new or $64.16 refurbished @ebay

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The Excel SAC22HPE 1 HP ultra quiet 2 gallon air compressor has an industry leading 61 dBA, which brings less noise into the work environment. Using our heavy duty pump and motor this unit achieves long life, but zero maintenance. The roll cage design protects all vital components and compact design for ease of transport and storage.

3.0 SCFM @ 40 PSI & 2.0 SCFM @ 90 PSI
weight : 40 lbs
Operating at a very low sound level of 61 dBA, the Excel 2 Gallon Ultra Quiet Air Compressor brings less noise to your work environment.
The oil free/maintenance free dual pump design provides better tool operation and less costs.
With no belts or pulleys to adjust or change, the heavy duty direct drive induction motor also allows for maintenance free operation
The conveniently located control panel puts your gauges, regulator and quick connects right at your fingertips.
The compact roll cage design creates a convenient and comfortable handle for transportation, storage, and protection.
The proprietary cold weather start as low as 14° F (-10° C) allows for easier start of the Excel 2 Gallon Ultra Quiet Air Compressor in colder temperatures.
This air compressor is able to operate on a 16 ga., 275 ft. extension cord.
With its 2 gallon air tank and low voltage start up capability of 90V, it is great for rural areas or older buildings where the power supply may be deficient.
The Excel Ultra Quiet 2 Gallon Air Compressor is an excellent unit for trim and finish work.
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Good reviews on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/excell-Sac...B076XLB8CY

Fakespot grade is D, but reviewmeta is positive

https://www.fakespot.com/product/...compressor

https://reviewmeta.com/amazon/B076XLB8CY

at this price, I gave it a shot. kills that kobalt compressor that was $60.
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Good reviews on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/excell-Sac...B076XLB8CY

Fakespot grade is D, but reviewmeta is positive

https://www.fakespot.com/product/...compressor

https://reviewmeta.com/amazon/B076XLB8CY

at this price, I gave it a shot. kills that kobalt compressor that was $60.
If the specs are accurate I agree this is way better then the kobalt. I had some eBay bucks so I bought this.
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Not working at 20% off anymore, and new is sold out.
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I will leave this here in case someone is looking for a SD user's feedback on this. It's like a 3.5/5 retail and 5/5 at this price. I think it may be louder than 61db, or the rating is naturally done in the most ideal conditions (outdoors). When running indoors I can hear my speaker OK and don't feel the need to wear hearing protection around it, but it's not whisper quiet meaning to talk to someone else you will need to raise your voice. Checking other reviews I see someone notes from 3ft away they got 70db, but they used phone apps to test vs an actual db meter and I bet they did it indoors near a wall.

It does have an air filter you need to install (just hand screw in) but the instructions did not state this. It was a bit self explanatory though from the threaded air intake being plugged and having a note attached to remove before use.

It fills the 2 gallon tank to 125 PSI in under a minute (specs say 1 minute). I did have to take off the pressure regulator switch cover and turn a screw clockwise a bit to get 125 psi. Before doing this it would fill to 115psi and then drop down slowly to 110. I could not find any air leaks, but I will revisit later. When I got the regulator to cut off at 125psi it does seem to drop down to 120 and stay there, so it may have to do with the design.

After a bit of use (maybe two fill ups from 0) it did get slightly louder, sounds like some part is vibrating more then it did when I initially starting using it. I will investigate more and contact the company about this and the 5psi dropage after cutoff.

It is pretty heavy (and larger) if you are used to a standard cheap 3 gallon 85 db 1/3hp compressor. Compared to the 2 gallon quiet Kobalt https://www.lowes.com/pd/kobalt-2...1000226861 it's still 15 pounds heavier. The extra weight must be all in the 1HP motor.

The extra weight would not be much of an issue if the handle placement was better. The handle is trying to be over the center, but it's really more attached to the lighter air tank side and all the weight is on the motor. You would get around this by just holding the motor to your body, but it gets uncomfortably hot and stays that way for several minutes after running. I did not see how long it would take to fully cool, but it definitely threw me off how I normally use a compressor. When I am done, I drain, and put the whole thing back in it's place. I used to keep my compressor up and out of the way, but for this one I am going to keep it nearer the ground and possibly leave it in a dedicated spot where it's most used from.

Overall, like most reviews, I am very pleased with the value of this unit.
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It's very quiet, which was prime motivator for me.
And agree it's heavier than expected, but still able to be carried.

Doesn't quite get all the way to 125 psi - more like 120, which is fine. Haven't timed it to fill, but 1 minute wouldn't surprise me.
Haven't noticed it getting any louder either.
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