CRAFTSMAN Compressor Combo Kit, 6 Gallon, Pancake, 3 Tool (CMEC3KIT)

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Features

  • CMEC6150 Air Compressor: Proudly Made in the USA with Global Materials in Jackson, Tennessee
  • PORTABLE: CMEC6150 Compressor with 150 max PSI is lightweight, portable, and oil-free
  • 18 GA POWER: CMPBN18SB 18 Ga. Brad Nailer has the power to drive up to 2-in. brad nails
  • 16 GA POWER: CMPFN16SB 16 Ga. Finish Nailer has the power to drive up to 2-1/2-in. finish nails
  • HEAVY-DUTY: CMPCS38 3/8-in. Stapler has the power to drive up to 9/16-in. heavy-duty staples

Description

The 3 Tool & Air Compressor Combo Kit is ready for use out of the box. 6 gal. The Air Compressor is Proudly Made in the USA with Global Materials in Jackson, Tennessee and features an oil-free pump making it more durable and maintenance free. 18 Ga. Brad Nailer and 16 Ga. Straight Finish Nailer have the power you need to drive nails into small trim, shoe molding, and baseboards.


Manufacturer: ‎CRAFTSMAN


Part Number: ‎CMEC3KIT


Item Weight: ‎1 pounds


Package Dimensions: ‎20.9 x 20 x 19.9 inches


Country of Origin: ‎USA


Item model number: ‎CMEC3KIT


Power Source: ‎Corded Electric


Item Package Quantity: ‎1


Maximum Pressure: ‎150 Pound per Square Inch


Included Components: ‎CMEC6150 Compressor (1); CMPBN18SB Brad Nailer (1); CMPFN16SB Finish Nailer (1); CMPCS38 Crown Stapler (1); Hose (1)


Batteries Required?: ‎No


Date First Available: July 9, 2021


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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars | What a treasure
We're doing a lot of work on our home. This is wonderful for replacing molding, floors, everything! I also got additional tools to use with this compressor and it does so many things. This was the perfect gift and the price was unbeatable!!
Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2021 by Libbie57

5.0 out of 5 stars | Perfect for DIYers
It works as expected. No issues laying down 3/4" x 3.25" red oak hardwood. So far I have used Finish Nailer and Brad Nailer. For the current project at hand, I don't plan to use the stapler. Two hose attachment is perfect, I can attach two different tools (Floor Nailer on one and Finish Nailer on the other)
Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2021 by Amazon Customer

5.0 out of 5 stars | quick pressure buildup.
Like the size and quality
Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2021 by Amazon Customer

5.0 out of 5 stars | Great
This is good to use for it.
Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2022 by Bhadra Rai

5.0 out of 5 stars | Great product for a great price.
I'm very happy with this item , now I can do minor repairs around my house.
Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2022 by Joseph Holland

5.0 out of 5 stars | This is a great set of tools. I'll explain why.
OK, I admit I've been hesitant to dip into Craftsman stuff ever since Sears went out and they were bought by Black & Decker. Seeing Stanly stuff re-badged as Craftsman just wasn't the same. However, now that Amazon, Lowe's, Ace, and others have started carrying more of Craftsman, they have upped their game some by producing solely Craftsman items... like this compressor/nailer kit. I've been using a older Campbell Hausfeld 2 gallon compressor with a DeWalt DWFP12231 brad nailer. I also recently acquired a Paslode framing nailer. I had a shed project to complete, so I brought out the team. I used the compressor first. Although others have mentioned it was loud, I thought it was pretty quiet considering it was oil-less. It's much quieter than my Campbell Hausfeld, which my wife always heard running from inside the house. It ran up to pressure quickly and easily ran an entire strip of Paslode nails before coming up for air. The dual direction air ports are very nice and the kink-free hose is much better than those coil poly ones you get with the cheaper compressors. The unit had very little vibration. I do wish it had a small hook where I could hang the brad nailers or other tools. The next thing I used was the 18g brad nailer. It was very quiet and it had superb depth adjustment that I was not able to achieve even with my DeWalt. These suckers would go flush or 1/8" down at any pressure. It was also smaller than my DeWalt, which was nice. One thing I didn't like was the way you had to open it to clear a jammed nail. You have several allen bolts to remove and then the metal top. With DeWalt and others, it's a clip that holds the outer nail cover. You unclip it, clear it, and you're on your way. Too bad on that one. The 16g finish nailer was easily able to set 2" nails flush or under the surface. The loading is a bit different that the 18g nailer where you just lay they nails in. With this one, you slide them into a track, similar to the way pin nailers are loaded. It doesn't bother me either way, but just FYI. This one has clips on it that make it easy to clear jammed nails. I was able to run several dozen 2" nails and it felt great in the hand, quiet, and set them perfectly. Craftsman sells a nice variety pack of nails for this nailer that are great to have on hand. The stapler was used for hanging some signs, so I got the trifecta on this. It set some 9/16 staples perfectly flush and ran them with ease. I was pleased to see a side sight window where you can immediately know what staples are loaded (pic). Overall, this is great set for a DIYer, woodworker, etc. The compressor is light and quiet, the nail guns work very well, and the stapler will suit any need. For the listed price, this is a bargain.
Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2021 by JC in OKC

4.0 out of 5 stars | Great oil free compressor but NOT a good combo deal - get the other model instead
First off, the compressor by itself is $149 (Craftsman #CMEC6150K), which is a good deal for a 6 gallon compressor. The lowest price I've found for a 6 gallon pancake compressors (at harbor freight type stores) is $139. For the extra $10, you get a name brand, a bunch of accessories, a hose, and better quality knob and gauges (often the first thing to break on these things). So the Craftsman #CMEC6150K is a great deal. This combo kit (CMEC3KIT) at $269 is NOT a good deal for most people. It costs an extra $120, and includes a hose, 3 guns, and NO accessories. My biggest complaint is that most people do not need two different types of brad nailers AND a staple gun. Even if you do, I got a 2-in-1 brad nailer / stapler at harbor freight for $20. I personally have never ever been in a situation where I needed a 16 gauge brad instead of an 18 gauge (I can just get a shorter or longer 18 gauge brad). If I needed a 16 gauge, I'm sure I could also find one for around $20. Or, some brands make a 3-in-1 that facilitates stapes, 16 gauge, and 18 gauge - I've seen them for about $75. Instead, I think most people actually need a nail gun, not just a brad nailer. I would strongly suggest just getting the compressor, then buying separately the guns that you need. There is one more Craftsman bundle (#CMEC1KIT18), for $169, that comes with a 16 gauge brad nailer. But you're paying an extra $20 and getting no additional accessories. I think the best value is avoid the combo deals, just buy the compressor by itself, and buy the guns as needed. Some additional notes on the compressor itself: For years I've dragged around a 10 gallon compressor, because all my friends (and the discussion boards) said the small ones will drive you nuts, aren't powerful enough, and are constantly recharging. I have NOT found that to be the case at all, and regret not getting a smaller pancake compressor sooner. I think back to all the times I had to hoist that 10 gallon into a vehicle, over grass, over gravel, etc. I really believe this light weight 6 gallon is suitable for most people and most tasks. I've installed subfloors with it, sided an entire two story house with it, and it doesn't flinch. It's easy to use - only one knob to control output. The finish on this is great, this paint will last a long time. It's pretty quiet for a compressor. I'm fairly impressed with the gauges and control knobs - they're plastic, but they're encased and protected. I like everything about it except I don't think this particular combo deal is the best deal.
Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2021 by Mad Max

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