Yes, don't buy it.
My first compressor was a stanley with 8L tank, I only wanted it to blow up (not literally) my car tyres, I figured, cheap, will do the job, stanley great. Er no. It was the tank size or lack of that is the problem, it struggled to do one tyre. A compressor uses the tank as reserve, so when you use it you use what is in the tank, and when you stop the compressor comes on again and refills it (Roughly speaking) but if the tank is too small the compressor runs all the time and can not keep up, so that is why I say, don't get that one, unless you have some balloons to inflate, get one with the biggest tank you can afford. Mine is a stanley, with 24L tank, well happy.
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- Argyll (Thu Sep 03, 2020 12:47 pm)
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? have you got a multi meter
? why not
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