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Parkside 50L Compressor £99 @ Lidl

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Posted 3rd Feb 2019Available: National

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Deal starts on the 14th so perfect for Valentines day.

For £30 ish extra this looks better then the 24lt Aldi compressor that I posted a few days ago.

Also have a good range of air tools on the same day, links below.

Reduced noise and vibration 1.8kW (2.45Hp) motor with oil lubrication

50-litre tank with condensation drain valve

Adjustable from 0 to 10 bar

Second connection for unregulated tank pressure release 2 manometers with bar and PSI measurement

Easy to maintain and clean air filter

Compatible with a wide range of Parkside accessories

Includes 10m pressure hose

Tank capacity: approx. 50L

Suction capacity: 260L/min

Effective delivery rate at 7 bar: 103L/min

3-year warranty

Was £149.99 on HUKD in 2014.

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OK, let's talk a bit of common sense. This is a diy toy and no better for the average user than the Aldi model... Suitable for blowing up tyres/bit of light air dusting and very small air consumption tools like air riviters/air nailers/micro die grinders etc.
Don't look at horse power ( this figure is meaningless due to manufacturers measuring the wattage consumed by the inefficient motor and dividing it by 850 - the figure given is therefore input power and not output horse power).
So you have to look at the litres of air per minute delivered at 7 bar (103 in this case or 3.6 cfm). This is tiny compared to what many air tools require when used for more than about 10 seconds (a larger tank just gives a larger reserve and also takes longer to fill up and therefore you have to wait).
Then you look at the air tools you want to use... They don't appear to say how much air they require to be run (either lpm or cfm at what pressure).. So here's a typical orbital sander airsupplies.co.uk/cp870 . As you see in the figures it requires a compressor to deliver 18 cfm under load to work at full power continuously. Most air tool sellers only state the average air consumption figure (roughly half what you really need to use the tool continuously!).
So do your homework on what tools you are wanting to use and how much air they require under load and if 3.6 cfm is ok, all is good... But in most cases it will fall short.
"Deal starts on the 14th so perfect for Valentines day".

Think I'll stick with the flowers - although tempted
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For £30 more how’s this better then the Aldi one out of interest?
Bigger tank maybe but lower horse power which is a bit of a giveaway with most machines especially compressors.

Genuine question OP as I don’t know much about this type of gear and may pick one of the two up.
"Deal starts on the 14th so perfect for Valentines day".

Think I'll stick with the flowers - although tempted
PennyTrader03/02/2019 22:42

For £30 more how’s this better then the Aldi one out of interest? Bigger ta …For £30 more how’s this better then the Aldi one out of interest? Bigger tank maybe but lower horse power which is a bit of a giveaway with most machines especially compressors.Genuine question OP as I don’t know much about this type of gear and may pick one of the two up.


The aldi one is 2.5hp this is 2.45hp, you won't notice that so for £30 you basically get a tank twice the size.
It can do 10 bar which is a lot more air in the tank for the same volume compared with 50l compressors I’ve seen
Simes12303/02/2019 23:11

It can do 10 bar which is a lot more air in the tank for the same volume …It can do 10 bar which is a lot more air in the tank for the same volume compared with 50l compressors I’ve seen



Don't be fooled by that, you may be able to set it to 10 bar but it states further that the effective pressure is only 7 Bar.
Jace_Phoenix47 m ago

Don't be fooled by that, you may be able to set it to 10 bar but it states …Don't be fooled by that, you may be able to set it to 10 bar but it states further that the effective pressure is only 7 Bar.


I think he just means it will take longer before it starts refilling compared to one with the same power but has a max pressure of 8 bar.
Tempted
I'm tempted, just so I can blow off the dust on the console/dash of the car.
Interested to hear everyone's comments comparing this to the Aldi one (I don't know enough about them but I could do with one)
will this be man enough for a dagadaga ? (impact wrench) I've had an aldi one for ages, but it's a joke on ir, sand blasters etc :-(
RoosterNo11 h, 39 m ago

will this be man enough for a dagadaga ? (impact wrench) I've had an …will this be man enough for a dagadaga ? (impact wrench) I've had an aldi one for ages, but it's a joke on ir, sand blasters etc :-(



Thiing with air tools like impact wrenches is that you get what you pay for, it's probably not the compressor lacking power.

Check the nm of your current wrench, it's probably rated between 300-500.

You can run this torque wrench with this compressor and it will do most things you need for DIY and then some. It naturally costs more compared with budget tools around the £20 mark. but isn't the most expensive you can buy by any means and is rated at 1690nm
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 4th Feb 2019
OK, let's talk a bit of common sense. This is a diy toy and no better for the average user than the Aldi model... Suitable for blowing up tyres/bit of light air dusting and very small air consumption tools like air riviters/air nailers/micro die grinders etc.
Don't look at horse power ( this figure is meaningless due to manufacturers measuring the wattage consumed by the inefficient motor and dividing it by 850 - the figure given is therefore input power and not output horse power).
So you have to look at the litres of air per minute delivered at 7 bar (103 in this case or 3.6 cfm). This is tiny compared to what many air tools require when used for more than about 10 seconds (a larger tank just gives a larger reserve and also takes longer to fill up and therefore you have to wait).
Then you look at the air tools you want to use... They don't appear to say how much air they require to be run (either lpm or cfm at what pressure).. So here's a typical orbital sander airsupplies.co.uk/cp870 . As you see in the figures it requires a compressor to deliver 18 cfm under load to work at full power continuously. Most air tool sellers only state the average air consumption figure (roughly half what you really need to use the tool continuously!).
So do your homework on what tools you are wanting to use and how much air they require under load and if 3.6 cfm is ok, all is good... But in most cases it will fall short.
marty-4012 h, 53 m ago

OK, let's talk a bit of common sense. This is a diy toy and no better for …OK, let's talk a bit of common sense. This is a diy toy and no better for the average user than the Aldi model... Suitable for blowing up tyres/bit of light air dusting and very small air consumption tools like air riviters/air nailers/micro die grinders etc.Don't look at horse power ( this figure is meaningless due to manufacturers measuring the wattage consumed by the inefficient motor and dividing it by 850 - the figure given is therefore input power and not output horse power).So you have to look at the litres of air per minute delivered at 7 bar (103 in this case or 3.6 cfm). This is tiny compared to what many air tools require when used for more than about 10 seconds (a larger tank just gives a larger reserve and also takes longer to fill up and therefore you have to wait).Then you look at the air tools you want to use... They don't appear to say how much air they require to be run (either lpm or cfm at what pressure).. So here's a typical orbital sander https://www.airsupplies.co.uk/cp870 . As you see in the figures it requires a compressor to deliver 18 cfm under load to work at full power continuously. Most air tool sellers only state the average air consumption figure (roughly half what you really need to use the tool continuously!).So do your homework on what tools you are wanting to use and how much air they require under load and if 3.6 cfm is ok, all is good... But in most cases it will fall short.



You speak the truth but let's be fair here. If you're in the market for a compressor capable of 18cfm then you're asking for some serious kit with a price tag to match. For 100 quid this compressor is fine for the target market, even some light-duty spray painting where air volume throughput is quite a bit more important than pressure.
Lol. Deal starts in Valentine's day!! What would lovers do with these.. May be a compressed ring exchange
Too late, the Aldi one for a on it’s way. Good enough for some light use in my opinion but will find out soon.
I wanted one mainly for spray painting, am I going to be disappointed with these?
FlyGuyUK04/02/2019 12:01

I wanted one mainly for spray painting, am I going to be disappointed with …I wanted one mainly for spray painting, am I going to be disappointed with these?


If you are going to be spray painting then I would lean towards an oil free compressor and a hvlp spray gun. There is always a good chance you could get oil contamination in the air supply with this type of compressor (although a good inline water separator would help). Again you must check that spray gun requires slightly less air than the compressor can deliver.
marty-4011 h, 16 m ago

If you are going to be spray painting then I would lean towards an oil …If you are going to be spray painting then I would lean towards an oil free compressor and a hvlp spray gun. There is always a good chance you could get oil contamination in the air supply with this type of compressor (although a good inline water separator would help). Again you must check that spray gun requires slightly less air than the compressor can deliver.


Thank you.
marty-4019 h, 24 m ago

OK, let's talk a bit of common sense. This is a diy toy and no better for …OK, let's talk a bit of common sense. This is a diy toy and no better for the average user than the Aldi model... Suitable for blowing up tyres/bit of light air dusting and very small air consumption tools like air riviters/air nailers/micro die grinders etc.Don't look at horse power ( this figure is meaningless due to manufacturers measuring the wattage consumed by the inefficient motor and dividing it by 850 - the figure given is therefore input power and not output horse power).So you have to look at the litres of air per minute delivered at 7 bar (103 in this case or 3.6 cfm). This is tiny compared to what many air tools require when used for more than about 10 seconds (a larger tank just gives a larger reserve and also takes longer to fill up and therefore you have to wait).Then you look at the air tools you want to use... They don't appear to say how much air they require to be run (either lpm or cfm at what pressure).. So here's a typical orbital sander https://www.airsupplies.co.uk/cp870 . As you see in the figures it requires a compressor to deliver 18 cfm under load to work at full power continuously. Most air tool sellers only state the average air consumption figure (roughly half what you really need to use the tool continuously!).So do your homework on what tools you are wanting to use and how much air they require under load and if 3.6 cfm is ok, all is good... But in most cases it will fall short.


Thx man good to know this.. i have always wanted one just for a few tools but i know it won't be enough for a long time.. 😁 Go big or go home..
Shame it is not the twin cylinder, 3HP 50L one they used to sell.
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nice ta
greg66604/02/2019 10:36

Too late, the Aldi one for a on it’s way. Good enough for some light use i …Too late, the Aldi one for a on it’s way. Good enough for some light use in my opinion but will find out soon.


I purchased the Aldi one just over a week ago. XPD didn't turn up on the selected day instead they tried to deliver it on a day I was at work. when it did eventually arrive I put the wheels and filter on it, checked the oil level and switched on, there was very loud buzzing noise and then it tripped. Reset and tried again , loud buzzing noise again. Aldi arranged for collection by XPD, they turned up on the wrong day again and then when they came on the right day they had no label. They are now having trouble printing a label out so it has been sitting in their depot for nearly a week. Absolute nightmare. I'll never make an online purchase from Aldi ever again.

I hope you have better luck than I did.
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 4th Feb 2019
Zaxxan04/02/2019 19:00

I purchased the Aldi one just over a week ago. XPD didn't turn up on the …I purchased the Aldi one just over a week ago. XPD didn't turn up on the selected day instead they tried to deliver it on a day I was at work. when it did eventually arrive I put the wheels and filter on it, checked the oil level and switched on, there was very loud buzzing noise and then it tripped. Reset and tried again , loud buzzing noise again. Aldi arranged for collection by XPD, they turned up on the wrong day again and then when they came on the right day the had no label. They are now having trouble printing a label out so it has been sitting in their depot for nearly a week. Absolute nightmare. I'll never make an online purchase from Aldi ever again.I hope you have better luck than I did.


Gosh, what a nightmare. Hope everything will work out for you in the end.
greg66604/02/2019 19:03

Gosh, what a nightmare. Hope everything will work out for you in the end.


Well I spoke to XPD this morning and their tech department have to print the label out. All of the tracking info has now disappeared and I get consignment does not exist.

Fortunately I took a screen shot of the tracking where it stated they had collected it and I got a receipt from the driver which was another challenge in its self.

Aldi won't issue a refund until they receive it back at their warehouse so it looks like I will have to make a call to my credit card.
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 4th Feb 2019
Zaxxan23 m ago

Well I spoke to XPD this morning and their tech department have to print …Well I spoke to XPD this morning and their tech department have to print the label out. All of the tracking info has now disappeared and I get consignment does not exist.Fortunately I took a screen shot of the tracking where it stated they had collected it and I got a receipt from the driver which was another challenge in its self.Aldi won't issue a refund until they receive it back at their warehouse so it looks like I will have to make a call to my credit card.


This is hopefully a rare case, I have purchased a pressure washer in the past what broke down after a bit over a year and they fully refunded without any fuss. So maybe you are just very unlucky?
Zaxxan22 h, 58 m ago

Well I spoke to XPD this morning and their tech department have to print …Well I spoke to XPD this morning and their tech department have to print the label out. All of the tracking info has now disappeared and I get consignment does not exist.Fortunately I took a screen shot of the tracking where it stated they had collected it and I got a receipt from the driver which was another challenge in its self.Aldi won't issue a refund until they receive it back at their warehouse so it looks like I will have to make a call to my credit card.


I know not much help now but did they give the option of taking it back to store?
I did ask but they said because it was online only and a large item so I couldn't return it to the store.

I spoke to XPD again today and it is still at the depot waiting for a label. Rang Aldi and they said I would have to wait 14 days for a refund. After voicing my displeasure and then speaking to a manager they issued the refund today. They said they would only do it this once and that I would have to wait 14 days the next time I return an item. Somehow I don't think I will be making any more online purchases from Aldi.
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 5th Feb 2019
Zaxxan05/02/2019 18:35

I did ask but they said because it was online only and a large item so I …I did ask but they said because it was online only and a large item so I couldn't return it to the store. I spoke to XPD again today and it is still at the depot waiting for a label. Rang Aldi and they said I would have to wait 14 days for a refund. After voicing my displeasure and then speaking to a manager they issued the refund today. They said they would only do it this once and that I would have to wait 14 days the next time I return an item. Somehow I don't think I will be making any more online purchases from Aldi.


Sorry to hear but at least you have your money back not talking about all the trouble. I did receive my Aldi compressor and luckily everything worked out so that I can complain to much. Bought a set of air tools from toolstation, pretty rubbish to be honest. Would suggest a separate air hose out of rubber so that is flexible.
greg6662 h, 55 m ago

Sorry to hear but at least you have your money back not talking about all …Sorry to hear but at least you have your money back not talking about all the trouble. I did receive my Aldi compressor and luckily everything worked out so that I can complain to much. Bought a set of air tools from toolstation, pretty rubbish to be honest. Would suggest a separate air hose out of rubber so that is flexible.


Glad yours was ok!
I tilted a new Aldi compressor while trying to take it out from the box. What a mistake! The oil splashed out and it is everywhere!
I bought a set Parkside Air Tool Set for that Aldi compressor but they are not compitable. Where can I find fitting hose and tools for the Aldi compressor?
KEYc23/02/2019 11:35

I tilted a new Aldi compressor while trying to take it out from the box. …I tilted a new Aldi compressor while trying to take it out from the box. What a mistake! The oil splashed out and it is everywhere!I bought a set Parkside Air Tool Set for that Aldi compressor but they are not compitable. Where can I find fitting hose and tools for the Aldi compressor?



Are you sure? I'm positive they both use the euro high flow plug/socket
Woozie648 h, 28 m ago

Are you sure? I'm positive they both use the euro high flow plug/socket


Thank you for your reply. I tried it again and it works!
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