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[Lowe's] Briggs & Stratton 3-Gallon 100-PSI Pancake Portable Electric Air Compressor - $54.50 (50% off)

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Jan 24, 2009
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Thanks OP
Ordered online this morning pick it up at store this afternoon.
This will replace my " tired" mastercraft compressor that I've had for over 10 years.
Great for inflating tires during the seasonal change over, bicycle tires and compressed air.
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Dec 16, 2007
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Thanks OP! Occasional use only! Just convenient! Pretty good for 44.50+tax!
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rendered22 wrote:
Jan 3rd, 2019 12:05 pm
Wonder if it would be good for drying a car? Lol. Detailer trick to use compressed air to blow water out of everywhere and off the paint without wiping the car down... reduces swirl marks and scratches
I think it would work but you would be constantly be waiting for the tank to refill. If you are looking for something to dry your car - I would recommend using a leaf blower. Works great.
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SierraL13425 wrote:
Jan 3rd, 2019 4:25 pm
Can this be used for paint?
Probably not! Not big enough(or not enough power) to maintain steady pressure!
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Aug 13, 2006
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I picked one up to replace my old Mastercraft compressor that started leaking air around the gauges. Thanks OP!!!.

Also, the hose that comes with the unit is crap - it will start cracking on you. Grab a rubber hose from Cantire or Princess auto when they go on sale.
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TAZ99 wrote:
Jan 3rd, 2019 9:57 am
Tempted because I hate giving gas stations 1.49 for air ....
Most gas stations you can walk in and ask them to turn it on for you for free... personally I'm hoping this will eliminate the hassle of driving to the gas station and having to ask the clerk to turn it on.
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nav888 wrote:
Jan 3rd, 2019 4:35 pm
Probably not! Not big enough(or not enough power) to maintain steady pressure!
Ugh why would you even answer them, first it’s in the link, then someone actually pasted all the uses. If they’re too lazy to click or read then they’re probably too lazy to even use it for its intended purposes of stapling, nailing or filling their tires. On top of that they asked it twice without even trying to help themselves.
The first rule of RFD is, you do not talk about RFD.

The second rule of RFD is, you DO NOT talk about RFD.
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Is the one coupon per household enforced? I used one a couple of years ago ...
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rendered22 wrote:
Jan 3rd, 2019 12:05 pm
Wonder if it would be good for drying a car? Lol. Detailer trick to use compressed air to blow water out of everywhere and off the paint without wiping the car down... reduces swirl marks and scratches
I have used my leaf blower for this purpose and gets rid of all the water in the seams and definitely better for the paint too
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Sep 22, 2005
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Interesting that the same one was on sale from Lowes for $50 in Oct 2016! Ordered 1 for in store pick up with $10 email sign up code, need one to leave in the garage over the winter for pumping air in tires, hopefully the seals don't go in freezing temperatures. I have a 10+ yr-old heavy duty one that I always move to the basement in the winter.
[Lowes] 50% off. Briggs & Stratton 0.3-Hp 3-Gallon 100-PSI 120-Volt Pancake Portable Electric Air Compressor

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Mar 31, 2013
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G77 wrote:
Jan 3rd, 2019 9:08 pm
Is the one coupon per household enforced? I used one a couple of years ago ...
If you are referring to the $10 coupon, no you just need to subscribe again using different e-mail (temp mail would work).
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Jul 9, 2013
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Edmonton
Can I check tire's pressure while pumping the air with this
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scorpi14 wrote:
Jan 4th, 2019 1:30 am
If you are referring to the $10 coupon, no you just need to subscribe again using different e-mail (temp mail would work).
They verify the email on checkout. So you need to check out with the same email you used to sign up for the newsletter unfortunately...
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chinesedevil wrote:
Jan 4th, 2019 3:05 am
They verify the email on checkout. So you need to check out with the same email you used to sign up for the newsletter unfortunately...
Keep this in mind, especially if you use Paypal to checkout, the coupon needs to be sent to the same email address you use for your Paypal contact info, otherwise the website won't apply the discount.

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