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Craftsman 27 gal. Oil-Lubricated Vertical Air Compressor

Item# 00916474000P | Model# WLB1982713 | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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Pack in More Power This vertical air compressor is perfect for light spraying, powering tools and driving nails in the workshop or on the job site. The large 27 gal. tank packs more than enough power for every job. This compressor recharges fast, while the wheels and handle make it easy to lug around. Even when you're under pressure, you can count on this Craftsman Professional tool to get the job done.

  • Compressor includes: quick coupler, tool and tank pressure gauges, 120V power cord
  • Large 27 gal. tank carries up to 150 PSI
  • A 1.9 HP motor recharges fast for less down time between uses
  • Single-stage oil lube pump with cast iron cylinders for dependable performance
  • High-flow regulator lets you adjust the air pressure
  • Features an oil-lubricated belt drive for quiet operation
  • Ergonomic handles and wheels make it easy to maneuver
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By nitronick08
January 5th, 2017
Look no further for your next compressor!

One word to describe this compressor…QUIET! I seriously cannot believe my ears, I’ve heard a fair amount of air compressors in my day, both oil lubricated and oil free. This is without a doubt the most quiet compressor I’ve ever experienced and I am proud to own it. It pumps up fast and performs beautifully. Rips off lug nuts like nobody’s business. I didn’t find the air regulator position in a horrible spot like others mentioned either. I have a 48” leader hose that goes to my 50ft wall mounted hose reel, it’s an awesome combo. I also find it absurd that people giving bad reviews think the compressor should include a bunch of accessories, you’re only buying a compressor and it is advertised as such, your unrealistic expectations are not Sears’ fault. Everyone has their own preferred accessory combinations so I was not upset about this whatsoever. After the 30 minute break in CHANGE THE OIL. When I drained it there were lots of sparkles, you don’t want that in the oil. I’m going to change it again soon and then it should be good for the 100 hr service intervals. My oil was not low upon 1st inspection like many others experienced, check to be sure though. This unit is meant to be kept upright at all times, if you lay it down for transport oil is going to leak out, I strapped mine upright in my truck for the drive home from the store. I bought a full synthetic Dewalt brand oil off ******, works great and is thinner for good performance on cold start ups. BONUS: its blue so its easier to read on the tiny dipstick. The manual states to add 18oz after draining oil but it only took me about 14oz. A flexible hose on funnel is your friend as draining oil is not super convenient. Overall I am in love with this compressor and highly recommend it!

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By bvburns
June 14th, 2013
Deplorable from the get go

After purchase, 2 Sears Employees that loaded laid on side in PU bed. I brought the "Keep Upright, contains oil and my damage if laid down" to the employees attention. Young man attempted to bs me with "won't hurt it" as long as not laid down on face. Got it home & unloaded. Compresser & inside of box covered with oil. Following start up proceedure with oil check, needless to say was low by approx 8 oz. Fortunately I had also purchased Craftman syn compresser oil. Running with no pressure (break-in) for 30 min, seemed good to go. Phase two, break-in, under pressure approaching 140 psi, begins to labor and blows off black plastic bleeder tube from side of Check valve. Shut down and reconnect, turn on and motor continues to labor with rattle until reaching approx 150 psi. Possible Pulley alignment but as new, should not be. Not stable platform with rubber slip on pads as opposed to bolt on rubber feet. Wabbles. Only 1/2 in clearance at drain petcock. Taking back today. Buyers Remorse.

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Right out of the box this thing makes a loud ringing noise like a circular saw when the compressor motor runs. I expected a lot more from Craftsman. I guess they don't make 'em like they used to.

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Inferior Part Caused Problem at the Start


"Brand New" unit purchased at Sears Outlet store, found to be leaking air back thru the "check valve" to the pressure switch. Would not hold pressure. Removed check valve from tank and discovered the body was badly rusted and corroded. The check valve was composed of cheap steel, instead of brass like all others I've seen. Replaced check valve with top brand brass unit and compressor held pressure and works as expected. Going "cheap" has killed Sears' reputation for quality. While this has been my experience over recent history, I have two(2) other air compressors of this model and other than a reed valve problem in one they have worked very well for years.

November 20th via
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Craftsman professional 150 psl


I have had this compressor for over 4 years and not had any issues with it. I do keep up with maintenance.

June 26th via mobile
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May 12th
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Great deal


Needed a new air compressor did some shopping around found this to be one of the best deals really is a quality product I recommend it

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