aldi 3hp compressor £129.99 Aldi
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aldi 3hp compressor £129.99 Aldi

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Found 11th Apr 2016
reduced from £169 same compressor £250 in machine mart, bargain
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Is this an in store deal?
Edited by: "japcar" 11th Apr 2016
good find op, heat added
is it one powerful enough to work on a car? thanks
I want the 25 ltr one they were doing for £30 about a month ago.
hotukdeals.com/dea…486

Briefly been looking into these. I think this is the 50ltr option and you can buy similar spec on ebay for less than £100. This does come with a 3 year warranty though. Some stores reduced this model to £89 last year.
trust me, you want 50ltr. I have the smaller one and although it has run great for about 8 years, it is too small to realistically do anything but blow tyres up.
I would only want to blow dust from a bench grinder and other items, clean golf shoes, pump up tyres, paddling pool etc. Don't think i would use it for more then ten minutes at a time. Still need 50 ltr?
Edited by: "ScottyMelotty" 12th Apr 2016
ScottyMelotty

I would only want to blow dust from a bench grinder and other items, … I would only want to blow dust from a bench grinder and other items, clean golf shoes, pump up tyres, paddling pool etc. Don't think i would use it for more then ten minutes at a time. Still need 50 ltr?



Not sure I'd want to blow the nasty carbide and metal dust produced by a grinder up into the air, I'd sooner use a vacuum cleaner to collect it, or mount a permanent magnet under under the stone.

A 25L single cylinder 2.5hp compressor is fine for inflating tyres, nail guns and staplers and air blowers. The one pictured appears to be a twin cylinder 50L which will have higher air delivery and be capable of running a wider range of air tools.

If you just wanted to occasionally inflate tyres, you probably could possibly get away with something like this:- lidl.co.uk/en/…=12 , but it won't be suitable for continuous or prolonged use, I'd guess probably no more than two or three minutes between rests to prevent overheating, so I'm not sure it would be much good for inflating paddling pools.

Edited by: "melted" 12th Apr 2016
Thanks for your advice, much apprecaited, like the idea of a magnet under the stone
Was hoping it would drop to 99 or less, going to let this one go, unless they will further reduce
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