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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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If you are using the $10 off email use the guest checkout option with that email address and you have the option after ordering if you want to create an account or not.

Pulled the plug and ordered one. Was looking for a mini compressor and at $50.29 tax in it's tough to beat!
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anyone have experience with leaving this in a cold garage over the winter?
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Guess most buying it for tires, which sounds about right just to avoid the gas station. What about inflating a mattress or getting rid of dust bunnies from a computer?
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JonSnow wrote:
Jan 4th, 2019 10:38 am
Guess most buying it for tires, which sounds about right just to avoid the gas station. What about inflating a mattress or getting rid of dust bunnies from a computer?
My small compressor sucks for tires honestly. It was like night and day when moving up to a 20 gal.

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freewheelin76 wrote:
Jan 4th, 2019 11:17 am
My small compressor sucks for tires honestly. It was like night and day when moving up to a 20 gal.
Not really buying it only for tires though, even if it sucks as long as it works on the off chance i need to inflate a tire that's good enough. Hoping it can be used for other things like cleaning a PC as well.
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JonSnow wrote:
Jan 4th, 2019 12:24 pm
Not really buying it only for tires though, even if it sucks as long as it works on the off chance i need to inflate a tire that's good enough. Hoping it can be used for other things like cleaning a PC as well.
Just be careful on the PC...the air pressure can be quite high so it could cause some damage to the exposed components in some cases

And these things are LOUD. I might replace my existing heavy one to one with "quiet technology" in the future. The benefits to the pancake compressors are their lightweight and low cost.
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JonSnow wrote:
Jan 4th, 2019 12:24 pm
Not really buying it only for tires though, even if it sucks as long as it works on the off chance i need to inflate a tire that's good enough. Hoping it can be used for other things like cleaning a PC as well.
yeah it'll work for tires if need be. Just takes a while to fill them. at least mine does, where as my 20 gal doesn't even kick in to top up all four tires. It's just a time thing. the little ones work well for things like air nailers and staplers. You just won't be able to operate things like die grinders or sanders.

For PC: https://www.bedbathandbeyond.ca/store/p ... lsrc=aw.ds

It's amazing. They go on sale regularily.

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does this work good for wall painting at home ?
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janitej wrote:
Jan 4th, 2019 12:36 pm
does this work good for wall painting at home ?
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So are you saying I can't change my tires while painting a wall and framing a door at the same time lolol
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janitej wrote:
Jan 4th, 2019 12:36 pm
does this work good for wall painting at home ?
Lol you need way more air for air sprayers. I painted mine with a graco electric gun. worked well.

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freewheelin76 wrote:
Jan 4th, 2019 11:17 am
My small compressor sucks for tires honestly. It was like night and day when moving up to a 20 gal.
How long would it take to fill one tire (approximately) on something small like this? I'm only topping up for the most part so it'll be filling 5-10psi hopefully it can do a tire under a min?

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