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Craftsman 33 gal. Vertical Air Compressor

Item# 00916572000P | Model# 16572 | Added on June 30, 2013 |
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$499.99
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Power Through Every Job Whether you want to inflate your tires, work under the hood or spray paint the fence, this vertical air compressor is perfect for the job. With a large 33 gal. tank and quick connection, a single tank will have you mastering multiple tasks. The oil-free design, low-voltage startup and quick recharge time make getting through a day's work easy and efficient.

  • Large 33 gal. tank carries up to 165 PSI of compressed air
  • Features quick connects so you can switch rapidly between pneumatic tools
  • A high-flow regulator gives you full power when you need it
  • Recharges fast for less downtime between uses
  • Oil-free design is reliable in cooler or warmer environments
  • Comes with wheels for easy traveling
  • A 110-120V cord lets you plug into any standard plug, including extension cords
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Praise
By masterpaul1
March 8th, 2017
Great Compressor For The Price

So I've been looking to upgrade to a bigger air compressor, from my 8 gal. 1.8 hp Kobalt air compressor. I needed a bigger air compressor to run my new plasma cutter and media blasting cabinet. I must say, this is one powerful air compressor and it performs very well. With its 33 gal. tank and 165 max PSI, it has more then enough power and air, to run pretty much all your DIY tools. The compressor has a small foot print and is easy to move around with its large wheels and double handle. It gets to 165 PSI in about 9 minutes. You can run two air tools at the same time with the provided dual quick connects. The motor is quitter then most air compressors and the look and finish is impressive. It runs off a standard 120V house hold outlet. This is a great value for the price and requires no oil and minimal maintenance. The only con is the release valve that is hard to operate, because its so close to the floor and very small. I changed mine to using a 90 degree street elbow, 6 inch. pipe, ball valve and another 90 degree street elbow.

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By RetiredRacer
March 29th, 2016
Don't buy this compressor

I bought this after my 15yr old Craftsman compressor finally died. I plugged it in, fired it up, and it immediately started leaking from the regulator connection. The quality is very poor. What a disappointment.

23 found this review helpful
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panelsander

No Good

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I bought this compressor to upgrade an old oil type Campbell Hausfeld. I wish I still had my old one. This Craftsman I bought because it seemed to have more capacity but less than a year later with very little use the regulator valve started to leak and it wouldn't hold pressure at the hose end. I ordered a new manifold for it and low and behold used it less than a year and same thing happened. I ordered another regulator valve. This is the third and last one. I will never again buy a Craftsman compressor.

May 26th via sears.com
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MAREK KACZKA
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March 20th
Mrsirius
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Great quiet compressor

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Runs great and 33 gallons gets you through enough work for home renovations and project. Just under industrial use. Very nice !

March 20th via mobile
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Ralph Sage
| Earned 23 community points in Craftsman Exclusives

No way does it begin to keep up

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I was installing a new coal stove in my garage and had a little 6" cheap Lowe's tin chimney pipe tin knocking to do. This POS couldn't keep up with a small craftsman cut off tool with a new thin cut off disk. Had to stop 4 times to build air enough to cut another couple inches. Amazing

March 13th
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January 12th
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