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Ampro A1460 18 Piece Air Tool Accessory Kit Milton Type by Ampro Tools

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  • Ampro A1460 18 Piece Air Tool Accessory Kit Milton Type

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Detalles técnicos
Identificador de producto del fabricanteA1460
Peso del producto295 g
Dimensiones del producto27,9 x 2,6 x 19,3 cm
Número de modelo del productoA1460
Número de productos1
  
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ASINB003YL4CHY
Producto en Amazon.es desde19 de noviembre de 2015
  
 

Descripción del producto

Complete kit for professional or home use, Includes most popular air tool accessories, Corrosion resistant brass couplers & connectors


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Amazon.com: 3.4 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 167 opiniones
78 de 81 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Really, really bad 8 de julio de 2011
Por S. Fraczek - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I just received this in the mail. I selected free shipping and waited for these to come so I could use my new air compressor.

When it arrived- I was was shocked to notice that there was one piece missing. This was especially odd since it is in clear packaging with each piece occupying a molded plastic space. No big deal since there were two more identical pieces, and I wouldn't need all three.

But... man do these things leak air. I used tephlon tape and wrenches to seal and tighten them- but they just wouldn't work. I wound up getting some quick attach pieces from my neighbor which work great.

Also- the tire gauge and hand sprayer are CHEAP. I didn't care about the tire gauge, but the other piece I need/wanted. I feel like I could snap it into a few pieces with my bare hands. Not good.

Don't go cheap. Buy some quality parts.
2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pass this by and keep looking. You will be glad you did. 20 de septiembre de 2016
Por John Hanson - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This product is not made with any quality control. The pressure nozzle and the tire air chuck broke on the first use. Keep shopping and do not by this kit. When I was performing my research, I could not find a kit with any better customer reviews than this one. Looks like a market opportunity for a quality producer.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Light duty homeowner use only. Not bad, but not 'good'. 4 de septiembre de 2011
Por Name - Publicado en Amazon.com
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(Protip: This exact same setup is available at HF for about 1/3rd this price. If you can't figure out what HF is, then don't worry about it.)

Basically, here's what you get.

* A trigger nozzle for blowing air. It comes with a plastic reducer tip or a stepped brass tip if you want to fit it with an extension hose (handy- I needed exactly that to blow the garbage out of a boxed car frame)

* A tire fill (handy)

* A 1/4" female quick coupler and assorted nipples and attachments (handy)

Others may have lucked out with tight fits but all of mine required plumbers tape when the nipples were installed. As far as them being solid brass,- theoretically yeah, but they definitely went VERY heavy on the zinc and VERY light on the copper when they made the brass alloy. You pick up the fittings, they're light and tinny.

This is a good kit as a backup or for light duty homeowner use, but it will most definitely not last through heavy commercial/pro use. In my case, I bought a small pancake compressor for the shop that will serve in a backup/secondary role so these were OK to be tossed on a pouch, tied to the compressor and used for that.

Little stuff required tweaking. In addition to needing plumbers tape on the fittings, the trigger nozzle needed lube in the release piston since it was sticky and gritty, the plastic air tip still had injection flash around the hole and had to be opened up with an xacto in order to blow properly.

So, if you're just looking for a dirt cheap accessory kit, this is OK. It's cheap, it's serviceable, it contains some little random fittings that you might not think to buy individually but if you ever find yourself needing one, you'll be glad you had them on hand. If you need pro grade stuff or are someone who expects everything to last for a while, these ain't it. They're in that 'Harbor Freight' level of 'adequate quality with low expectations'.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas You get what you pay for 16 de marzo de 2012
Por Bo-Mag - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Although it was a good price, you truly get what you pay for in this case. The air nozzle attachments do not fit one another. You will need plenty of pipe dope or plumbers tape to make a good seal. If you don't, you will definitely strip out the threads. The tire pressure gauge is a joke. You can spend $1.99 at your local gas station and have a far superior tire pressure gauge compared to this one. This gauge looks very weak and not constructed well. I would not trust the readings on this gauge. I won't even bother spending the shipping fee to send this crap back. I would much rather throw it in the trash and take my losses a a lesson learned.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Get what you pay for! 25 de mayo de 2016
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Cheaply made attachments were the case with this product. Thought it seemed a little too good to be true, but just had to figure it out for myself. As it were to be a starter set anyways. I personally have plenty of experience with air compressors and their attachments, so I don't think I was the cause of the first two quick disconnect fittings I tried both beginning to leak immediately. Teflon tape used on every fitting. I definitely do not recommend if it is within your ability to purchase a better quality