|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||70|
|Overall Dimensions:||19 in. L x 16.9 in. W x 31.7 in. H|
|Air Outlet Size:||1/4 in.|
|Electrical Phase Type:||Single phase|
|General Warranty:||1 year limited|
|Lubrication Type:||Oil lubricated|
|Electric Rating:||110-120V AC|
|Cord Length (ft.):||6|
|Number of Wheels:||2|
|Maximum Operating Pressure (psi.):||135|
|SCFM Delivery At 40 psi:||3.7|
|SCFM Delivery At 90 psi:||2.4|
|Compressor Tank Capacity (gal.):||10|
|Number of Pumps:||1|
Ratings & Reviews
10-Gallon 135PSI oil-lube portable air compressor
Keep everything around your home aired up with the Craftsman 10-gallon oil-lube portable air compressor. This easy-to-move compressor runs off of a 1.0 horsepower motor, helping it fill to capacity quickly for all your home needs. INDUSTRY LEADING 135PSI provides plenty of power to complete your inflation, carpentry and light auto repair projects. Vertical design and heavy-duty rubber wheels and a rubber-padded pull handle lets you move the compressor easily and stores nicely in the corner of your workplace.
An oil-lubricated direct drive pump keeps this 10-gallon oil-lube portable air compressor running smoothly for years to come. The oil reservoir comes equipped with a sight glass so you can check the levels at a glance, ensuring continued smooth operation.
The compressor comes with oil which must be added before it is used for the first time
- With a maximum PSI of 135, the Craftsman 10-gallon oil-lube portable air compressor provides consistent and reliable air supply for your home projects
- Vertical controls are easy to reach and read from most normal working positions for more convenient use
- Long-lasting cast iron cylinder head is paired with an aluminum head to better dissipate heat
- Ideal for inflating tires, powering nail guns for brads or finishing nails, inflating air mattresses and more
Added on September 28, 2012
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Most Helpful Reviews
My Craftsman air compressor that I purchased in 1987 finally stopped working and was too old to get parts so I just purchased a new one. It came with everything needed to get it up and running, oil, filter, hose, instructions, ect. packed in the box, and was fairly easy to get it fired up. I like the extra 35 pounds of presser that this one offers over the old one and makes putting 65 pounds of pressure in a pickup tire a whole lot faster. The new type of compressor draws a whole lot less power and does not make the lights flicker like the old one did. So far I love my new compressor.
Thousand Oaks, CA
My main concerns with purchasing a compressor were size and noise. I have a smaller garage and wanted to stow this away when not in use. I didn't want my wife complaining when it was running, so thankfully this isn't that loud. Since it's a smaller tank it does need to refill more often than others, so take that into consideration if you plan on using this for extended periods of time. It doesn't have a high max PSI and large tank so it's not going to run an air sprayer or impact tool for extended periods. I only need it for brief bursts, and I was ok with the trade off with cycling time for small size.
a belt driven would be less noisy, but I knew that when I bought it. Overall a good little compressor. It does the job for my weekend mechanic work in the garage.
Great product, lightweight and easy mobility make this a breeze to move from room to room as needed. Works fantastic, lots of power. Sturdy exterior.
Yesterday, we picked up this compressor. Brought it home, and after filling the oil and affixing the air filter, I plugged it in. When I turned it on, the motor made a buzzing sound (jammed electric motor sound), and after about 30 seconds, it turned off (presumably the auto-cut-off feature) as a slight plume of smoke rose from within the casing of the motor. I tried rotating the motor, then plugged it back in with the same result. By the time I drive this thing 90 miles back to the store for a replacement (or repair), I could have just forked over the money to buy a higher quality pump. By the looks of the other reviews, my unit is probably a fluke, but if you live 90 miles from Sears, you might fire it up in the parking lot.
Box Elder, SD
Grand Blanc, MI
I had on old 7 gallon craftsman compressor that was passed down from my grandpa when he passed, he had it for forever and I had it for about 5 years before it slowly stopped holding pressure. I bought this during the Craftsman sale as I needed a compressor to blow out my swimming pool lines and wanted one for light-weight to medium duty work around the house and on my truck. This thing stands up to the tasks that I've done so far.
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