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[Lowe's] Briggs & Stratton portable air compressor/tire inflator $55.40 from $109

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[Lowe's] Briggs & Stratton portable air compressor/tire inflator $55.40 from $109

I was looking for a tire inflator and didn't want to get the cheapo Canadian Tire ones. Found this electric portable air compressor at Lowes on sale for $65.40 minus $10 with email sign-up discount for a total of $55.40 + taxes. Should inflate faster than the 12V cigarette lighter ones I hope. Regular price likely inflated (see what I did there!!) at $109.

Briggs & Stratton portable air compressor

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Apr 19, 2017
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I bought this when it was cheaper...Coupon maybe? It's decent for the price.
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Also got this for around 50 all in. Use it only to top up tires during seasonal changeovers.
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chinesedevil wrote: Also got this for around 50 all in. Use it only to top up tires during seasonal changeovers.
Can't make this $hit up:

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CD you had something do with dis?????
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looks like some people had missing/damaged parts from the review in lowes.
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I bought this last year.
The price was $54.50 then, and there may have been a further discount involving signup (which I didn't do).
There was a thread about it here.

Be under no illusion that this is anywhere near high end.
It is a case of you get what you pay for, but the sale price beats paying twice this for similar.
All fittings, hoses, are cheap, but I believe for the price it was good value.
It is pretty much one of those inflators, on top of a tank.
I have something better as a primary compressor, but I thought this to be cheap, compact, portable value as a secondary.
I still think that.

I had no missing parts.
It hasn't been used much, but I've had no issues.
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Yep, bought last year.

Used it a few times on tires, balls and cleaning out the PC.
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I think it's the best deal around for a 3 gallon. Thanks OP
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flame02 wrote: I think it's the best deal around for a 3 gallon. Thanks OP
probably.

But that 120v husky inflator I bought for 30 bucks at homedpot years ago thats a great tire inflator. light and small but works well.I use it more than my compressor for the car.
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You get an upvote for the excellent dad joke!

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