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Power-Mate 2-Gallon Oil-Free Air Compressor $49.95

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[Sears Outlet] Power-Mate 2-Gallon Oil-Free Air Compressor $49.95

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This Power-Mate 2-Gallon Oil-Free Air Compressor is on clearance at Sears for $49.95. I found a Sears weekly flyer called The Love Your Dad Event that was
valid from June 6,2014 to June 11,2014 and had this compressor on sale for $49.99 regular $99 . They both have the same webcode W- 0972282 but the one pictured
in the June flyer states that it comes with extra value kit but the one on clearance right now does not mention the value kit.

Here is the flyer with compressor that was on sale for $49.99 reg $99 with the value kit last year June 6,2014 to June 11,2014 http://www.redflagdeals.com/flyers/sear ... 014-30200/


Here is the compressor on clearance right now for $49.95 with free shipping http://www.sears.ca/product/power-mate- ... _02?ptag=2
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Nov 19, 2007
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add filler and use $10 off $50 coupon: 941612432
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Aug 21, 2007
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Was anybody able to get free shipping? Seems like it's too heavy? Had to ship it to a sears store
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: Was anybody able to get free shipping? Seems like it's too heavy? Had to ship it to a sears store
I personally didn't order one but the compressor is listed at 21 lbs. Sears states that you will get free shipping to your home if your order is $49+ and under 65 lbs .Then it says "some restrictions apply " lol
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dtp11 wrote: add filler and use $10 off $50 coupon: 941612432
Cheapest filler I could find was a stubby screwdriver - either Phillips #2 or Robertson #2 for $1.94.
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Dec 28, 2007
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Is this powerful enough for finish and brad nailers?
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Where can you get the value kit for this compressor? I need it to pump my bicycle and car tires.
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Do you guys how cheap the 2-gal CT ones go for? IIRC It's no more than $40-$50 and they typically come with a small inflation kit, and probably better warranty service.
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May 31, 2015
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I added an item then deleted it. Promotion still worked. Got for $39.95 Plus tax. Thanks OP.
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Jul 29, 2007
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I wouldn't use this for tires. I have the 3 gallon and it barely tops up a single tire before it struggles to refill
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Apr 8, 2007
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I'm curious about this too. Doing some research, found this.

Home Use
Compressed-air power tools can dramatically decrease the amount of time spent on a project. Many homeowners will use smaller, portable units (either hand-carried or wheeled) that move easily from the garage to the house, yard or roof. Common air tools such as brad nailers, reversible drills, and impact wrenches require about 0–5 CFM (Cubic feet per minute — units in which air flow is measured). It's important to know if the compressor you purchase will drive the air tool you'll need for your project. For example, smaller air nailers run on 2 to 5 CFM at 70 to 90 PSI, while larger shears, sanders require up to 10 or more CFM and 100 to 120 PSI.


Basically, if you want to use this for light duty tasks, be prepared to operate at the max level pretty much all the time. I'm going to guess that if you are using a brad nailer, the compressor will need to run after every 2-3 nails to top up which could be annoying. However, for $50 you get what you pay for, just buy some good ear protection as your filler. If you can find it, the Ryobi 6G clearance deal for $120 is much better, but it's sold out everywhere in ON. You can use this as reference to what other deals might be coming.
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Nov 26, 2006
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I know ct had the mastercraft equivalent of this for $45 a couple of weeks ago, it will probably go on sale. You can save yourself the shipping
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Finally received email confirmation several hours later. Except there's no compressor, just says "No items found for this order." and then a total of $45. Sears is such a goddamn joke, I can't wait till they're out of business.
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Returned mine today. It would not inflate past 85 lbs.
Good for car tires and low pressure tires. I need at least 100lbs for my bicycle.
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MikeBrewerWheelerDealer wrote: Returned mine today. It would not inflate past 85 lbs.
Good for car tires and low pressure tires. I need at least 100lbs for my bicycle.
Hey,

Crappytire has the Craftsman 2 gallon for $49 now. Not sure if you will run into the same problem you were having with the powermate one. There is also an 8 gallon on sale for $139

I posted deal here canadian-tire-mastercraft-2-gallon-comp ... a-1773765/
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May 31, 2015
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: Any other owner reviews/first impressions? Worth it for $50?
Probably worth the $40 I paid but not anymore.. Canadian Tire has the 2 gallon ones on sale for $50 all the time and it's probably a little better.
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: Any other owner reviews/first impressions? Worth it for $50?
Bought a 5 gallon unit. Will inflate to 135lbs unlike the 2 gallon that only get's 85lbs.
If your going to use use it to inflate car tires or low pressure bicycle tires, it is OK
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Sep 25, 2011
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WL1980 wrote: Is this powerful enough for finish and brad nailers?
Yes these can power finish and brad nailers. But it may be useful to check the pressure at which the compressor re-start the motor to refill the tank and compare that to the pressure required by your nailer. Many of these small compressors start to refill at 60 psi which is lower than the usual 80 psi minimum needed by nailers. If that is the case, there will be periods when the nailer will not push the nails fully into the wood. This will occur when the compressor tank's pressure is lower than 80 psi.

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