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Makita MAC700 2.0 HP 2.6 Gallon Oil-Lube Air Compressor EXPIRED

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CPO Outlets has Makita MAC700 2.0 HP 2.6 Gallon Oil-Lube Air Compressor (MKTNMAC700) for $189.99 - 20% w/ promo code MAKITA20 = $151.99. Shipping is free. Thanks jotann
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High output - cast iron pump with Big Bore cylinder and piston, combined with greater bore and stroke, delivers maximum performance.

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CPo outlets has this 20% coupon for a lot of Makita tools.

MAKITA20

This Mac700 seems to be a pretty good deal, and the kit on the FP is 20% off the 299 as well.

https://www.cpooutlets.com/makita...ac700.html


6 piece kit- $299 - $59.8 = 239.20
https://www.cpooutlets.com/makita...14sx1.html

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i've had this compressor for years. Being a oiled compressor its definitely quieter than non oiled models. This compressor is very heavy for the size gallon, but makes up for the small tank by filling it fast, and being very reliable.

If you're worried about the tank size you can add on a piggy tank if you have one to increase it's storage. When doing a lot of framing i often connect a piggy tank and it works like a champ.

If it ever quit. I'd pick it up again.
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80db is pretty loud. I just checked a couple small California air tools products. One was 56db, another was 60db. There's a huge difference between 60 and 80db.
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It also stacks with some of the other deals going on. I picked up a drywall gun that included the free 5.0 battery.
Seems like the $20 off $100 stacks as well but I didn't check out with it.

And these are new, not refurbs... that's a misconception about CPO that's it's all refurbs.
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Great price for a good compressor. It is faster than other similar sized compressor. I don't use compressor often as the cordless tools are convenient. Still use it for texturing though.
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Great price for a good compressor. It is faster than other similar sized compressor. I don't use compressor often as the cordless tools are convenient. Still use it for texturing though.
Actually what I bought it for hoping it would be big enough to handle our occasional texturing work.
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Very nice smaller compressor, but extremely heavy for it's size.
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It also stacks with some of the other deals going on. I picked up a drywall gun that included the free 5.0 battery.
Seems like the $20 off $100 stacks as well but I didn't check out with it.

And these are new, not refurbs... that's a misconception about CPO that's it's all refurbs.

This one?

I don't think that gun also qualifies for the $20 off $100 but ~ $210 is a great deal with the include 2 + 1 free 5.0Ah batteries
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Does the $20 off $100 Makita deal stack?
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I don't think that gun also qualifies for the $20 off $100 but ~ $210 is a great deal with the include 2 + 1 free 5.0Ah batteries
Sorry, yea, my post was confusing. The $20 off didn't apply to the drywall gun, it's only for a few woodworking tools.
There is some crossover, but not enough I needed to get over the $100 mark of woodworking tools.
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Some details about the MAC700:
  • 2.0 HP max
  • 50% duty cycle
  • Oil-Lubricated pump
  • 2.6 Gallon Tank
  • 3.3 cfm @ 90 PSI
  • 3.8 cfm @ 40 PSI
  • 130 PSI max
  • 80 dB
  • 52.0 lbs
General takeaways are that it is heavy and a bit clumsy to carry around, but if you can get past that, it is one of the best smaller compressors available. It has a high duty cycle for its size (most pancakes are 20-30%), very fast fill (1 min), very low noise (comparable to California Air Tool, but with better specs), high HP for its size, and decent CFM numbers. The MAC2400, its bigger brother, is also highly respected.

$150 is the lowest I've seen the MAC700.
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Good price on great air compressor. Had this for years as my portable air compressor used mainly for finish air nailer. A little heavy hauling up and down stairs ,I'm 67. Recently Downsized to this Senco for portable needs and can be purchased for $100ish at times.
https://www.amazon.com/Senco-PC10...282&sr=8-4
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Some details about the MAC700:
  • 2.0 HP max
  • 50% duty cycle
  • Oil-Lubricated pump
  • 2.6 Gallon Tank
  • 3.3 cfm @ 90 PSI
  • 3.8 cfm @ 40 PSI
  • 130 PSI max
  • 80 dB
  • 52.0 lbs
General takeaways are that it is heavy and a bit clumsy to carry around, but if you can get past that, it is one of the best smaller compressors available. It has a high duty cycle for its size (most pancakes are 20-30%), very fast fill (1 min), very low noise (comparable to California Air Tool, but with better specs), high HP for its size, and decent CFM numbers. The MAC2400, its bigger brother, is also highly respected.

$150 is the lowest I've seen the MAC700.
80db is pretty loud. I just checked a couple small California air tools products. One was 56db, another was 60db. There's a huge difference between 60 and 80db.
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I really wish they made a 10-gallon version of this or the 2400. For how loud this thing is, and the fact that it's oiled, I'd rather have the HF model:

https://www.harborfreight.com/10-...62441.html

5.3 CFM at 90 PSI as opposed to 3.3, or 4.2 on the MAC2400. Can you even HVLP spray with this unit?
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It also stacks with some of the other deals going on. I picked up a drywall gun that included the free 5.0 battery.
Seems like the $20 off $100 stacks as well but I didn't check out with it.

And these are new, not refurbs... that's a misconception about CPO that's it's all refurbs.
What's the 20 off 100 code?
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What's the 20 off 100 code?
There's an automatic $20 off $100 spent on Makita woodworking tools.
It's on CPOs front page (or was last night, didn't look today)
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