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Stanley silent compressor - £119.01 / £115.79 w/fee free card @ Amazon Germany
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Stanley silent compressor - £119.01 / £115.79 w/fee free card @ Amazon Germany

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Stanley silent compressor - £119.01 / £115.79 w/fee free card @ Amazon Germany
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This is in my opinion the best DIY compressor money can buy. It's as quiet as the bambi and Clarke Shhh which are both 3 times the price and it's powerful enough to do most tasks.

I've had one of these for two years and done everything from spray painting my fence and shed, inflating tyres, it can even manage my impact wrench (facom 1/2). Only a 6l tank but you wouldn't believe it if like me you're used to a 100l tank.

So not confuse this with the cheaper silent compressors out there by Orazio or vevor, they are crap in comparison.

This price is using a Monzo card and includes delivery.

About £50 cheaper than buying in the UK.
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No idea why I watched the video lol
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See here for video on comparison against a normal compressor.

Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 2nd Sep
Is this any good for air brushing?
With 105l/min air intake, so 3cf/min delivery rate and a 6l volume it doesn’t sound like it will be good enough for spraying. I think most paint sprayers require upwards of 8cf/min don’t they? I have a 50litre / 8cfm compressor (ABAC silent one) and it’s borderline for a couple of gravity fed sprayers.
electrogear02/09/2020 22:47

With 105l/min air intake, so 3cf/min delivery rate and a 6l volume it …With 105l/min air intake, so 3cf/min delivery rate and a 6l volume it doesn’t sound like it will be good enough for spraying. I think most paint sprayers require upwards of 8cf/min don’t they? I have a 50litre / 8cfm compressor (ABAC silent one) and it’s borderline for a couple of gravity fed sprayers.


I have it connected to a 24L SIP receiver tank (£64.99). And use the hvlp sealey gun below. Without the extra tank it can spray for about 10 seconds and then needs replenishing for 10 seconds but I've found that to be acceptable. However with the extra tank it's kept up with whatever demand I throw at it.

amazon.co.uk/dp/…45B
Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 2nd Sep
No idea why I watched the video lol
It seems to be available from this seller in the UK for similar price but I've never bought tools from them so I don't know how good they are
JerrardM02/09/2020 23:12

https://www.lineonline.co.uk/stanley-dst-100-8-6-6-lt-low-noise-portable-air-compressor.html?fee=51&fep=75779&gclid=Cj0KCQjwhb36BRCfARIsAKcXh6G0_tNLcaWrVTBpbjpDBYljr0ebpsVvyo4rYEZzgfebfum5Gf9oq1kaAuCGEALw_wcB


£17.93 delivery and shipped from Italy
JerrardM02/09/2020 23:13

It seems to be available from this seller in the UK for similar price but …It seems to be available from this seller in the UK for similar price but I've never bought tools from them so I don't know how good they are


They are not a UK company, they're Italian. The problem with them is if there's a problem you have to pay to ship it to Italy. But Amazon will repair in the UK even if shipped from Germany.
Ah, fair enough. I'd never heard of them but just did a quick Google for that compressor. Didn't realise it was not UK.
Nice compressor though
I wasn't trying to poop on your good deal.
That video comparison is like a Harley versus a pushbike!
This do for a miniature air brush?
you_gotta_be_kidding02/09/2020 22:58

I have it connected to a 24L SIP receiver tank (£64.99). And use the hvlp …I have it connected to a 24L SIP receiver tank (£64.99). And use the hvlp sealey gun below. Without the extra tank it can spray for about 10 seconds and then needs replenishing for 10 seconds but I've found that to be acceptable. However with the extra tank it's kept up with whatever demand I throw at it.https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000T6HINM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ZtbuFb1JT645B


So you can (direct quote) "spray painting my fence and shed" but only if I buy fittings and another receiver tank 4 times the size of this one .... right.
Ricky30203/09/2020 00:46

So you can (direct quote) "spray painting my fence and shed" but only if I …So you can (direct quote) "spray painting my fence and shed" but only if I buy fittings and another receiver tank 4 times the size of this one .... right.


Yeah seems to have very limited applications/capabilities due to the small tank.
you_gotta_be_kidding02/09/2020 22:58

I have it connected to a 24L SIP receiver tank (£64.99). And use the hvlp …I have it connected to a 24L SIP receiver tank (£64.99). And use the hvlp sealey gun below. Without the extra tank it can spray for about 10 seconds and then needs replenishing for 10 seconds but I've found that to be acceptable. However with the extra tank it's kept up with whatever demand I throw at it.https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000T6HINM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ZtbuFb1JT645B


30L is nowhere near enough for a high volume sprayer especially with such low delivery rate. You must be a very slow worker
Edited by: "electrogear" 3rd Sep
Just last week, I bought a sgs 50 litre compressor ... and to be honest I’ve only filled air in bike and car tires , but I know it’s going to be super useful in the long run.
I paid around 135£ with an accessory pack. It’s probably something to consider against this ?
mustoofa03/09/2020 06:23

Just last week, I bought a sgs 50 litre compressor ... and to be honest …Just last week, I bought a sgs 50 litre compressor ... and to be honest I’ve only filled air in bike and car tires , but I know it’s going to be super useful in the long run. I paid around 135£ with an accessory pack. It’s probably something to consider against this ?


Depends what you want it for. The one you bought is probably 90dBA+ LPA which sounds the same as a petrol lawnmower running in your garage, in comparison to this 59dBA compressor which is about the same level of noise as rainfall (no LWA rating though which I’d be weary of). On the other hand, the 6L one here is very limited and for a lot of applications you’ll be constantly waiting for the compressor to recharge. 50L could be good for things like nail guns and other air driven tools and maybe some gravity feed spray guns (again it depends on delivery rate).

I tried to balance noise level/volume/delivery rate/price and went for an ABAC 50L Montecarlo OS20P which is “quiet” - ish (59dBA sound power level but LWa around 79dbA which better describes the acoustic energy experienced by the user who’s stood next to it). It can do 8cfm at 9Bar. Cost me about £250 if I remember correctly. Whatever you’re buying as a DIYer it’s a trade off or compromise.
Edited by: "electrogear" 3rd Sep
electrogear03/09/2020 07:17

Depends what you want it for. The one you bought is probably 90dBA+ LPA …Depends what you want it for. The one you bought is probably 90dBA+ LPA which sounds the same as a petrol lawnmower running in your garage, in comparison to this 59dBA compressor which is about the same level of noise as rainfall (no LWA rating though which I’d be weary of). On the other hand, the 6L one here is very limited and for a lot of applications you’ll be constantly waiting for the compressor to recharge. 50L could be good for things like nail guns and other air driven tools and maybe some gravity feed spray guns (again it depends on delivery rate).I tried to balance noise level/volume/delivery rate/price and went for an ABAC 50L Montecarlo OS20P which is “quiet” - ish (59dBA sound power level but LWa around 79dbA which better describes the acoustic energy experienced by the user who’s stood next to it). It can do 8cfm at 9Bar. Cost me about £250 if I remember correctly. Whatever you buying as a DIYer it’s a trade off or compromise.


I agree with you. My considerations and observations for sgs against this deal were :
- Price vs capacity/power
- High noise but it only turns on for less than 2 minutes from 0 to full. Plus a big tank so refills are less often
- British company (although product made in PRC)
- the one I bought has wheels and is not to heavy but it’s bulky than this Stanley.
So yeah. Depends on what you want to do with it
mustoofa03/09/2020 07:27

I agree with you. My considerations and observations for sgs against this …I agree with you. My considerations and observations for sgs against this deal were :- Price vs capacity/power- High noise but it only turns on for less than 2 minutes from 0 to full. Plus a big tank so refills are less often- British company (although product made in PRC)- the one I bought has wheels and is not to heavy but it’s bulky than this Stanley. So yeah. Depends on what you want to do with it


I’m mainly using mine for nail guns, so I wanted something that can keep up. I can fire about 10-15 nails before the compressor kicks in, and then it takes about 20-30 seconds to recharge. If I’m continually nailing it can keep up at about 20 nails/minute which is plenty. I considered a battery nailer but after having listened to joiners building a summer house next door using one, there’s a couple of seconds delay between pulling the trigger and firing and that would annoy me. I have neighbours that are very.... noise sensitive (I could also think of other ways to describe them but I don’t want to be banned ) so those were my considerations.
Ok for nail gun firing 50mm nails into oak skirting?
Edited by: "Chris_Haggie" 3rd Sep
electrogear02/09/2020 22:47

With 105l/min air intake, so 3cf/min delivery rate and a 6l volume it …With 105l/min air intake, so 3cf/min delivery rate and a 6l volume it doesn’t sound like it will be good enough for spraying. I think most paint sprayers require upwards of 8cf/min don’t they? I have a 50litre / 8cfm compressor (ABAC silent one) and it’s borderline for a couple of gravity fed sprayers.


Agree 3cfm only good for airbrush, pumping up tyres, and perhaps nailer.
good price, but specific to smaller jobs as mentioned, pin gun but mostly airbrushing, forget spraying or airtools... unless you're pumping tyres up...
Edited by: "stealth666" 3rd Sep
Perfect for seating the beads of tubeless MTB tyres
Prefer the SGS 6l. Not as quiet but perfect for DIY and £80 (incl. next day delivery)
Looking to get a compressor for work to keep the vehicles tyres topped off as well as keeping external the refrigeration PACs clear of dust/pollen. Would something like this be suitable or should I be looking for something more/less powerful/volume/I have no idea what I'm looking for?
I use an old style 6 litre comp for 18g pinner and a stapler - works ok 50mm pins.
Was looking at 24/30 litre "silent" comps ~£130
8 litre £105 , 24l £135

lawnandpower.co.uk/pro…BwE

solarfreak03/09/2020 12:08

Looking to get a compressor for work to keep the vehicles tyres topped off …Looking to get a compressor for work to keep the vehicles tyres topped off as well as keeping external the refrigeration PACs clear of dust/pollen. Would something like this be suitable or should I be looking for something more/less powerful/volume/I have no idea what I'm looking for?


You need high volume for air gun/blower don’t think this would be up to it.
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 3rd Sep
Jaybeam03/09/2020 12:14

You need high volume for air gun don’t think this would be up to it.


Cool thanks. What is considered "high volume"? 10L? 30L?
solarfreak03/09/2020 12:26

Cool thanks. What is considered "high volume"? 10L? 30L?


My compressor is 8cfm and that struggles - keeps kicking in.ok on short bursts. Have you thought of a workshop vacuum cleaner which has the option to blow as well as suck? I use mine for blowing away sawdust etc more than the compressor - I think it was a cheap one from Lidl.
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 3rd Sep
Jaybeam03/09/2020 12:30

My compressor is 8cfm and that struggles - keeps kicking in.ok on short …My compressor is 8cfm and that struggles - keeps kicking in.ok on short bursts. Have you thought of a workshop vacuum cleaner which has the option to blow as well as suck? I use mine for blowing away sawdust etc more than the compressor - I think it was a cheap one from Lidl.


I do have a plug in blower for clearing out computers, but wanted something that would be a bit more robust for external use. I have kept an eye on another item that looks like a mini leaf blower for clearing out the dust/pollen, but was just hoping to see if this were an option as it would be more versatile.
You forgot to metion the delivery charge.
Any good for tissue, asking for a friend
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stealth66603/09/2020 10:38

good price, but specific to smaller jobs as mentioned, pin gun but mostly …good price, but specific to smaller jobs as mentioned, pin gun but mostly airbrushing, forget spraying or airtools... unless you're pumping tyres up...


I use a 6l compressor at work all day with air nail guns with no problems at all. Yes, it needs to refill often but it is a quiet one and very portable so works for me. If you were running more than one air line off it then for sure you would need a bigger tank.
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