Rated 2 out of 5Â by Jimmy2 Noisy, not a long term tool
I bought one of these 4 years ago and although it is very noisy it suited my purpose which was infrequent, low use. Free air delivery is quite low so it takes a while to bring the small receiver up to pressure and it is not suitable for high demand tools like drills or wrenches or spray guns. Last week the pressure switch failed and guess what - spare parts are not available for this machine. If you are a tradesman who will use it a lot and need it to last I would suggest you spend a bit more and get a better tool.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Agile Good but only for 16 months!
I bought it for occasional use and particularly for topping up my vehicle tyres.
So only occasional use for say a few minutes every 2-4 weeks. Hardly significant use at all!
Now it has just failed after only 16 months!
The warranty is only for 12 months.
Not the kind of reliability one would expect of anything bearing the "Stanley" name!
Rated 4 out of 5Â by repairall best price
got it for inflating bike tyres,which it does with ease,relatively quiet in back garden,and also compact,and easy to move around,it looks well made so should last,regulator works well to set desired pressure,I had an existing tyre inflater on a coil with a pcl connecter which fitted the compressor quick release,the documentation does not give any connection type details
Rated 4 out of 5Â by SJP2 Good Backup Compressor
A good lightweight machine, easy to use, easy to store. Ideal for those smaller, quick jobs