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Husky 60 Gallon stationary 155 psi air compressor YMMV - Home Depot Reg.$559 now $280.

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While walking at home depot saw this three beauties by the tool section. YMMV

Possible clearance.

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There's a store 15 miles away from me with 2 left on clearance according to brickseek. I thought about waking up early and getting there at 6am but I'm glad I didn't because it still says that. So I'm guessing it's either inventory error or it's not fully discounted.
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Let's see you blow out a sprinkler system with something battery powered.
agreed. my 30gallon kobalt has paid for itself many times just blowing out the lines alone vs hiring someone
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agreed. my 30gallon kobalt has paid for itself many times just blowing out the lines alone vs hiring someone

Hopefully your manifold box is near your garage or have lots of hose. You won't be wheeling this 60 gallon anywhere.
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I checked Eden Praire, MN. There was 1, but only marked down to $392. I passed, but posting for anyone nearby who's looking for one
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I checked Eden Praire, MN. There was 1, but only marked down to $392. I passed, but posting for anyone nearby who's looking for one
Thanks OP. Found 2 at Falls Church location 22044. They were in a weird location by themselves, in the front of the store past the registers next to some desks. I thought they were already sold and being held for someone, good thing I asked. As of 11:30am EST, there is one more left, although it's not wrapped up and quite dusty. Rang up at $280.
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Air is dead.

Paint homes and cars...now electric
Machinery...now electric
Fill tires...electric
Blow dust off work desk...electric

However, as a waterless bidet...yes, the Air is better.
I tried running my impact driver, paint sprayers, machinery, tire inflators, and blowers to feed air into my plasma cutter but none of them did the job.

It's almost like the industries are broader than they've ever been, but there's still a use for a centuries old technologies in some applications, or even for those who'd prefer not to invest in an entirely new ecosystem to power the tools they already own....
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Hopefully your manifold box is near your garage or have lots of hose. You won't be wheeling this 60 gallon anywhere.
lots of hose is the correct answer. no point in carting the thing around when you can just run a hose to do what you need to do. I have enough hose to cover my entire house w/ my 30 gallon in the garage. I've used it to power tools across the house for flooring jobs and blowing out lines.
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Is it worth checking a couple local stores? They all are marked out of stock, but on clearance.
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Only 1 store near me shows "clearance" on brickseek... might check it out i guess. if its under $300 that seems worth it. I need a bigger air tank for mine to run a sandblaster
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I have owned this compressor for a couple years now. Works great, fires up every time and i have run it for extended periods of time. I will say that due to my Dewalt cordless tools I really don't use this often anymore. I basically just use it to blow out the sprinklers in the fall and when I need the extra torque of an air powered impact wrench. Otherwise I hate dealing with how loud compressors are, the need to oil tools, dealing with air hoses, draining the compressor, changing the oil on it, etc etc. Air is for the most part dead, but with the exception really of blowing out sprinkler systems. One exception is for nail guns, I have a Dewalt cordless framing nailer, but I typically use my small 2 gallon compressor just because it is portable, air cooled and a lot quieter.
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Got one this morning, thanks. It was marked 392 but they knocked $100 off for me close enough. Almost missed it as it was in pro loading area. Saw it as I was leaving empty handed.
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There were 3 left at the mall 205 home Depot in Portland, OR. I bought 2 and 1 still left up near the front by self checkout. When I called the automated line it said they had only 2. But I put eyes on 3

edit:. all of them were $288
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I bought one yesterday at store (Miramar #6353, 3183 Sw 160th Avenue, Miramar FL 33027). There were 2 left. The compressor is surprisingly quiet compared to smaller compressors I have used and it comes with a 2 year warranty. Also, doesnt come with the 240V outlet plug.
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I have owned this compressor for a couple years now. Works great, fires up every time and i have run it for extended periods of time. I will say that due to my Dewalt cordless tools I really don't use this often anymore. I basically just use it to blow out the sprinklers in the fall and when I need the extra torque of an air powered impact wrench. Otherwise I hate dealing with how loud compressors are, the need to oil tools, dealing with air hoses, draining the compressor, changing the oil on it, etc etc. Air is for the most part dead, but with the exception really of blowing out sprinkler systems. One exception is for nail guns, I have a Dewalt cordless framing nailer, but I typically use my small 2 gallon compressor just because it is portable, air cooled and a lot quieter.
I was looking to nail the shingles for a playhouse and a shed and noticed that most are pneumatic and not electric. I was looking into this as I thought my existing 8 gallon B&S compressor that can do about 3.7 CFM at 90 PSI may be too small. It looks like I may squeak by with that without getting a bigger compressor. I'd love an air ratchet, though, for car work, so still pondering about picking this up.
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I was looking to nail the shingles for a playhouse and a shed and noticed that most are pneumatic and not electric. I was looking into this as I thought my existing 8 gallon B&S compressor that can do about 3.7 CFM at 90 PSI may be too small. It looks like I may squeak by with that without getting a bigger compressor. I'd love an air ratchet, though, for car work, so still pondering about picking this up.
It would be a good tool but if your using nail guns a lot I would recommend a portable 2 gallon compressor before this.
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