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RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt 1 Gallon Portable Air Compressor(Certified Pre-Owned) ZRP739 on sale for $72.00

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directtoolsoutlet.com has the RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt 1 Gallon Portable Air Compressor(Certified Pre-Owned) ZRP739 on sale for $69.99 with 20% Off Qualifying RYOBI One+ Items + Shipping $9.29 + Tax = $72.00.
Free ship to store option if there is a local store near by you.
$55.99 + Tax = $61.00

Features:
  1. Inflate a car tire from flat to full in 1 minute and 20 seconds
  2. Inflate 9 car tires per charge (using P108 4.0 Ah LITHIUM+ Battery)
  3. Cordless power allows for portability and use anywhere
  4. Universal push-to-connect quick coupler allows for quick and easy 1 hand operation
  5. Professional locking regulator keeps the pressure set to the intended PSI
  6. Metal air hose wrap for on board storage
  7. Rubber over-mold on handle for user comfort while transporting
  8. 120 PSI maximum provides power to operate pneumatic finish nailers and to inflate tires
  9. 1/4 turn tank drain valve lets you easily drain your tank after use
What's Included:
  • Compressor
  • Operator's Manual
https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...r/p/ZRP739
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In for 1, thanks!
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Good deal on a well rated 18v portable compressor!
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Can I blow out sprinklers with this?
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Can I blow out sprinklers with this?
No, nowhere close.
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How about for trim nailing? Or too small for that?
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Can I blow out sprinklers with this?
No...you need volume.
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Too loud to use indoors for an airbrush?
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How's the noise compared to a pancake compressor?

Amazon link for comparison:
https://www.amazon.com/Ryobi-18-V...B07MWB5XMF
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I own one. Only good for small jobs. I wouldn't want to use it for a nailer. I would recommend at least 5 gallons for that. It's not terribly loud.
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If I can't pick it up at a local store for the 61.00 is it worth it? A "(Certified Pre-Owned)" tool for 65.28 for me in Oregon(no tax)

I see a new one is $129.99 but curious how bad a "(Certified Pre-Owned)" could be and if i'd be happy with it
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Grabbed one. It was $59.91 after tax and store pickup.
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I own one. Only good for small jobs. I wouldn't want to use it for a nailer. I would recommend at least 5 gallons for that. It's not terribly loud.
Actually, it depends. It works fine for smaller gauge nailers and the typical things you would use them for. No, not gonna work very well on a framing nailer, but I have one and it works fine with finish nailers for small jobs. Would I want to do a whole house with one? Probably not. But for doing a couple of pieces, or installing a prehung door, or throwing some pin brads to hold things in place while the glue sets? Works fine and it's way easier than grabbing a 30-40lb pancake compressor and a long airhose.
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How about for trim nailing? Or too small for that?
Works fine for trim nailers on small jobs.
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