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Craftsman 3 Gallon Horizontal Air Compressor with Hose and Accessory Kit

Item# 00915310000P | Model# 15310 | Added on May 13, 2010 | Seller: Sears.com
Craftsman 3 Gallon Horizontal Air Compressor with Hose and Accessory Kit
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3-Gallon Horizontal Air Compressor with Hose and Accessories Gives You Compressed Air at Work and at Home
The portability of the Craftsman 3-gallon horizontal air compressor with hose and accessories gives you the opportunity to use it to fill your tires or use pneumatic tools in your garage, your driveway or your shop. The compressor comes with 25 feet of recoil air hose so you can work far away from the tank and wrap it up nicely when you are done. The tank also has a 1/4-inch male plug, ball chuck and thread seal tape.
The tank of the 3-gallon horizontal air compressor with hose and accessories is made from durable steel and has a max pressure of 125 psi. The motor that fills it is a 1 HP induction motor that refills your tank quickly. The pump is oil lubricated and built to last for hundreds of hours of shop or home use.

  • Craftsman 3-gallon horizontal air compressor with hose and accessories has a 1 HP induction motor with oil lubrication
  • Steel tank of this air compressor is rated for a max psi of 125
  • Kit comes with 25 feet of air hose that recoils for easy cleanup
  • Tank has a 1/4" male plug, ball chuck and thread seal tape
  • You are able to switch rapidly between tools and other applications
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
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By Theo98
October 8th, 2010
Craftsman Portable 3 hp Air Compressor-Little Engine That Can!

I've had my little 3 gallon 1.5 hp Craftsman air compressor for 5 years. It is easy to tote around, provides me with all the scfm that my 18, 16 and 15 gauge brad & finish nailers and staplers suck up and runs smoothly and quietly. I have about 50 hrs. run time on it and have never had a it fail me.

It's portability allows me to move it to each work site and gives me the freedom to finish projects away from my large shop floor standing compressor. No, it won't power air tools or large framing air nailers, but for what my on the go needs are, it works just fine!

I looked at several other small portable air compressors and found this one to offer the most features, highest air output and ease of operation, all at the best $$$ value. My Craftsman 33 gallon shop compressor has been with me for 15 years...this little brother was a no-brainer!

 

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By cyrcle
October 15th, 2012
JUNK

I used mine with an air chissel to get up some tile. It worked well the job took a few days. Next time I went to use it the compressor was SHOT. Naturaly my warrenty is expires even though I didn't get much use out of it. I have a garage full of craftsman products I like but this one is a waste of money

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CBcricketfarm

Great little Compressor

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June 30th via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product | The reviewer indicated they received a sample of this product
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pgreenly14

EXCCELLENT PRODUCT

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May 17th via sears.com
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handgun9
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Dissaponted

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Had product less that 2 years. Used lightly and infrequently for brad nailer and cleaning. Made in CHINA.
Now, runs and won't build pressure past 20 lbs. Air leaking from air filter intake. Information from internet (Sears "experts") say the problem is broken reed valves and/or scratches on cylinder wall and bad rings. Estimate for repairs is over $100.
My recommendation; if you want longevity from this product, forget it. And if you purchase, buy the product protection warranty. When it fails, and it will, you can get your money back in the form of a Sears gift card. You must cut off 6" of the electric cord to disable product and send to Sears. They will determine (from the cord) whether to give you your money back.
They obviously don't trust the word of their customers when this craps out. BUY WITH CAUTION!

July 17th via sears.com
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Bicyclist

Unreliable before it quit working

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Infrequently tried to use this to fill bicycle inner tubes, then it just quit working.

January 28th via kmart.com
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DGERBUM
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3gal compressor

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I got this little air compressor for small quick jobs. Glad I did. It comes in handy to quickly inflate kids toys, blow the work bench clean, and to use a nail gun. I wouldn't recommend this if you need for large jobs, like tire rotation. This is great for finish carpentry though. Lightweight and carry around.

January 15th via sears.com
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JenAmI

Good little compressor

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Gets small jobs done with ease.

January 12th via sears.com
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pgh69

It does the trick

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December 9th via sears.com
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RMR7491
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Failed with very little use

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Worked fine until 1 year warranty expired and then failed.
The compressor was only used 5-6 times during this time.

December 9th via sears.com
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