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    I have one of these (actually I have two, one at home and one at work) http://www.amazon.com/Campbell-Hausf.../dp/B005CMHUA4 it does 140 and I think the one at home is 3 or 4 years old now.

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    I got it from local hardware shop, made in China. I think ebay have it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tman9513 View Post
    Just wanted to pass this along. The air compressor I bought years ago from Sportaid: http://www.sportaid.com/sportaid-cc2...ompressor.html worked great until a couple of weeks ago. Battery wouldn't charge and just overheated the AC/DC adapter. $89 on Sportaid's site.

    Same one on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Campbell-Hausf.../dp/B000KL0HX4 at about $57

    I bought the Slime version and it is EXACTLY the same. Same form factor and all, just has a Slime sticker on it. Even uses the same brand wall adapter that my last one from Sportaid had. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ilpage_o00_s00 $35
    I have a contractor style dual-tank compressor, but I've been looking into buying something portable and battery powered. I did buy the Slime unit from Amazon. But...

    For anyone interested, these three compressor don't appear to be exactly the same despite the Campbell-Hausfeld CC2300 model number on both the Sportaid and Amazon units--not according to the descriptions. The Sportaid model says it has a cooling fan; the other two don't. This could make a difference with overheating and limit the compressor and battery life. I personally don't think it's enough to warrant the extra money. But anyone using the cheaper models should be careful not to use them continuously for long periods.

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