Husky 2 Gal. Dual-Output 110 Psi Fastening & Inflation Compressor Combo Kit 2g110dp

MPN: 2G110DP
Product Details
Description
The Husky 2 Gallon Dual-Output air compressor boasts a rugged new Pro-featured design, higher pressure 110 Max psi pump and dual controls for adjusting pressure output to air tools or inflation. But take a closer look and you?ll see smart new features that make inflating easier for the whole family. There?s a built-in inflation hose with easy-to-use thumb-lock for inflating tires, balls and rafts. To check your pressure, the included pressure gauge snaps neatly out of the top. When you?re done everything stores neatly away. Low Noise: 68 DecibelLighter Weight 20.2 lbs.No Assembly RequiredIncludes 1-1/4 in. Brad nailer, 25 ft. Quick connect hose, Inflation hose with thumb-lock, tire pressure gauge, ball & raft inflation needles.
Summary
Product Title Husky 2 Gal. Dual-Output 110 Psi Fastening & Inflation Compressor Combo Kit 2g110dp
Manufacturer Husky
Power Score 3.7 | 6 Reviews
User Reviews
Good for really small stuff
3 Star Review   By ReggieDIY on Home Depot - Dec 12, 2010   

My first time owning an air compressor. This unit is good for bicycle tires and blowing out things in spurts but the tank runs out too quickly for my liking. I returned mine because of that and the cheap hose was leaking air from under the spring. I decided to try the 6-gal Porter Cable which was $30 more ($99). OMG!!! What a HUGE difference. Not only was the tank bigger and stronger (2-gal, 110 psi vs 6-gal, 150 psi) but the motor is over 5 times more powerful (1.8 amps vs 10 amps). It just doesn't come with a nailer (which I don't need) and hose but you can buy a better hose than some of these come with for around $10.

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cheap is what you get
1 Star Review   By tazrace66 on Home Depot - Dec 12, 2010   

it doesnt run a bigger nailer. If you are looking for a compressor to do anything other than blow up toys or use the small nailer I would spend another 3o and get a bigger light unit

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Husky Portable Air Compressor
5 Star Review   By Chipman on Home Depot - Dec 11, 2010   

I use to just have a portable airtank to use to inflate all the tires on yard and garden items and always had to go fill the tank , now all I do is turn on the Husky and take it to where I need it a must for all home owners

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The little compressor that could!
5 Star Review   By AlaskaRob on Home Depot - Dec 11, 2010   

I needed a portable compressor to seat the tire beads on my snowblower. After an intense Internet search, I found the HUSKY 2 Gal. Dual-Output 110 psi Fastening & Inflation Compressor Combo Kit. A quick phone call to my local Home Depot confirmed that this little beast was in stock. I rushed down to the store, found the Husky, paid for it (and got my military discount), added the extended two year warranty, and the total was only about $75. I unpacked it, followed the procedure of letting it run with the drain valve open for tem minutes to seat all of the bearings and seals, then went to work with it. It only took a few minuted for the Husky to reach it's maximum tank pressure of 110 psi. I sprayed a little soapy water on the tire beads, wrapped a nylon come-along around the tire to squeeze it a bit, then blasted it with short burst of about 60 psi. The beads seated and I proceeded to fill the tire to required pressure--and off I went to plow the recent snow. What's even better, is that this Husky came with a brad nail gun and some sample nails to get started. I can't wait to put this baby to work on some other projects. So, if you're looking for a nice, portable air compressor for some simple jobs--this is the one to get!

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Great for blowing and bike/MX tires inflation
4 Star Review   By cloneng1 on Home Depot - Dec 9, 2010   

I just bought this compressor right after thanksgiving. It was great for blowing through carb. jets and blowing carbs. nice and dry. I work on MX bikes at home and this little compressor works just fine. I won't use it with pneumatic tools. It does not hold enough air to put air in small truck or car tires. I tried to air my truck tires from 28psi to 36psi (they were very low) and I had to fill the tank eight (8) times. It's really quiet, well made and very light. I would recommend it for the price for small jobs.

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So Far So Good
4 Star Review   By Cleater on Home Depot - Nov 27, 2010   

Just picked this up yesterday. Unit is fairly quite and does a great job of inflating and brad nailing I will probably opt for the quick connect set as the dual hoses are hard to wrap up around the compressor. Other than that, it's a perfect addition to the tool set!

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Product Details
Description
The Husky 2 Gallon Dual-Output air compressor boasts a rugged new Pro-featured design, higher pressure 110 Max psi pump and dual controls for adjusting pressure output to air tools or inflation. But take a closer look and you?ll see smart new features that make inflating easier for the whole family. There?s a built-in inflation hose with easy-to-use thumb-lock for inflating tires, balls and rafts. To check your pressure, the included pressure gauge snaps neatly out of the top. When you?re done everything stores neatly away. Low Noise: 68 DecibelLighter Weight 20.2 lbs.No Assembly RequiredIncludes 1-1/4 in. Brad nailer, 25 ft. Quick connect hose, Inflation hose with thumb-lock, tire pressure gauge, ball & raft inflation needles.
Summary
Product Title Husky 2 Gal. Dual-Output 110 Psi Fastening & Inflation Compressor Combo Kit 2g110dp
Manufacturer Husky
Power Score 3.7 | 6 Reviews
Additional Specifications
air power tool type: air compressors
User Reviews
Good for really small stuff
3 Star Review   By ReggieDIY on Home Depot - Dec 12, 2010   

My first time owning an air compressor. This unit is good for bicycle tires and blowing out things in spurts but the tank runs out too quickly for my liking. I returned mine because of that and the cheap hose was leaking air from under the spring. I decided to try the 6-gal Porter Cable which was $30 more ($99). OMG!!! What a HUGE difference. Not only was the tank bigger and stronger (2-gal, 110 psi vs 6-gal, 150 psi) but the motor is over 5 times more powerful (1.8 amps vs 10 amps). It just doesn't come with a nailer (which I don't need) and hose but you can buy a better hose than some of these come with for around $10.

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cheap is what you get
1 Star Review   By tazrace66 on Home Depot - Dec 12, 2010   

it doesnt run a bigger nailer. If you are looking for a compressor to do anything other than blow up toys or use the small nailer I would spend another 3o and get a bigger light unit

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Husky Portable Air Compressor
5 Star Review   By Chipman on Home Depot - Dec 11, 2010   

I use to just have a portable airtank to use to inflate all the tires on yard and garden items and always had to go fill the tank , now all I do is turn on the Husky and take it to where I need it a must for all home owners

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The little compressor that could!
5 Star Review   By AlaskaRob on Home Depot - Dec 11, 2010   

I needed a portable compressor to seat the tire beads on my snowblower. After an intense Internet search, I found the HUSKY 2 Gal. Dual-Output 110 psi Fastening & Inflation Compressor Combo Kit. A quick phone call to my local Home Depot confirmed that this little beast was in stock. I rushed down to the store, found the Husky, paid for it (and got my military discount), added the extended two year warranty, and the total was only about $75. I unpacked it, followed the procedure of letting it run with the drain valve open for tem minutes to seat all of the bearings and seals, then went to work with it. It only took a few minuted for the Husky to reach it's maximum tank pressure of 110 psi. I sprayed a little soapy water on the tire beads, wrapped a nylon come-along around the tire to squeeze it a bit, then blasted it with short burst of about 60 psi. The beads seated and I proceeded to fill the tire to required pressure--and off I went to plow the recent snow. What's even better, is that this Husky came with a brad nail gun and some sample nails to get started. I can't wait to put this baby to work on some other projects. So, if you're looking for a nice, portable air compressor for some simple jobs--this is the one to get!

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Great for blowing and bike/MX tires inflation
4 Star Review   By cloneng1 on Home Depot - Dec 9, 2010   

I just bought this compressor right after thanksgiving. It was great for blowing through carb. jets and blowing carbs. nice and dry. I work on MX bikes at home and this little compressor works just fine. I won't use it with pneumatic tools. It does not hold enough air to put air in small truck or car tires. I tried to air my truck tires from 28psi to 36psi (they were very low) and I had to fill the tank eight (8) times. It's really quiet, well made and very light. I would recommend it for the price for small jobs.

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So Far So Good
4 Star Review   By Cleater on Home Depot - Nov 27, 2010   

Just picked this up yesterday. Unit is fairly quite and does a great job of inflating and brad nailing I will probably opt for the quick connect set as the dual hoses are hard to wrap up around the compressor. Other than that, it's a perfect addition to the tool set!

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