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CAP2560OL Air Compressor

Bostitch - CAP2560OL Air Compressor

Compact enough to move around inside, this pancake compressor from Bostitch still has enough air volume to power a framing nailer

$195.00 (As of 4/1/2006)

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3/12/2012

i will not buy bostitch compressor again. i have the cap2000of that came with the three finish guns. the price was great but the compressor sucks. it broke twice with limited use and was difficult to repair.
3/12/2008

I'll give this compressor two stars just because it will pump air when its warm. This is a cold blooded unit. If it has sat at all it needs to be plugged into the first outlet on the circuit or the panel outlet. Once the unit has ran it will continue to run fine. Its just a pain to get it going at the beginning of the day. The reset button is junk on the onboard circuit breaker. You have to unplug the unit shut the power switch off and say some hocus pocus over the thing before the reset button with work and you might have to do this half a dozen times before the unit gets up and running.