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DEWALT FLEXVOLT 60V MAX* Air Compressor Kit, Cordless, 2.5 Gallon (DCC2560T1)

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  • Up to 1,220 nails per charge**
  • Brushless motor paired with a heavy duty oil-free pump of the portable air compressor provides cordless convenience with the power of a corded tool
  • The cordless air compressor features OneTurn regulator for fast, accurate pressure adjustments
  • DEWALT portable air compressor is lightweight and portable at only 21.5 lbs
  • Heavy duty roll cage for jobsite application
  • Compressor Made in the USA with Global Materials
  • 79 dBA operational noise level (tested per ISO 3477)
  • 1.2 SCFM @ 90 PSI (tested per ISO 1217)


The 60V MAX FLEXVOLT 2.5 Gallon Cordless Air Compressor offers all of the convenience and portability of cordless, and lets you continue using the pneumatic tools you already have. Each battery charge allows for up to 1,220 nails, providing the runtime to complete a variety of applications. Its OneTurn Regulator means you no longer have to fight with the dial. Plus, it's made right here in the USA with global materials.


Voltage: 60 Volts

Recommended Uses For Product: Drilling, Air Brushing, Spraying, Nailing

Power Source: Battery Powered

Noise Level: 79 dB

Brand: ‎DEWALT

Voltage: ‎60 Volts

Recommended Uses For Product: ‎Drilling, Air Brushing, Spraying, Nailing

Power Source: ‎Battery Powered

Noise Level: ‎79 dB

Special Feature: ‎Portable, Lightweight, Cordless, Heavy Duty

Included Components: ‎1) DCC22560 Air Compressor, 1) DCB606 FLEXVOLT Lithium Ion Battery, 1) Fast Charger

Item Weight: ‎21.5 Pounds

Maximum Power: ‎2.5 Horsepower

Capacity: ‎2.5 Gallons

Color: ‎Multi

Material: ‎Blend

Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎15 x 12 x 18 inches

Style: ‎Kit

Air Flow Capacity: ‎1.2 Cubic Feet Per Minute

Model Name: ‎DCC2560T1

Manufacturer: ‎DEWALT

Part Number: ‎DCC2560T1

Item Weight: ‎21.5 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎15 x 12 x 18 inches

Item model number: ‎DCC2560T1

Batteries: ‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Size: ‎One Size

Item Package Quantity: ‎1

Maximum Pressure: ‎135 Bars

Measurement System: ‎Metric

Special Features: ‎Portable, Lightweight, Cordless, Heavy Duty

Batteries Included?: ‎Yes

Batteries Required?: ‎Yes

Battery Cell Type: ‎Lithium Ion

Warranty Description: ‎3 year limited warrnty

Date First Available: July 26, 2017

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Top Amazon Reviews

  • Perfect air compressor for creative women, elderly and disabled folks!
Style: Kit
Thoughts on Compact and Light Tools for all: Tradespeople, retirees, women and the disabled. Written as a review for my compact Air Compressor. Bought on holiday sale for an irresistible price by a senior woman diy-er with disabilities comprising progressively less mobility and physical strength. I needed an air compressor for my stapler, brads and trim nailers. I can’t possibly lift corded pancake compressors anymore. But I don’t want to give up DIY doing. Numerous Reviews and Dewalt the company say this is the tool for folks like me. Why even pros rave about this machine! Its not for air tools such as framing nailers and paint spraying. But it’s perfect for less power hungry, rapid firing tools and applications. Honestly I haven’t had an opportunity to use my new golden gal yet. Nevertheless, extensive research over many months makes it clear, this is THE product answer for me! It remains to be seen whether my unit came to me in jail and hearty form. Observations: Cordless tools in becoming lighter, more compact and suitable for women, the elderly and the disabled was a long long time coming! They are a God send for these unique long overlooked groups. My late contractor husband could have kept happily fixing and creating longer as he aged and his cancer worsened if today’s compact cordless tools were available 20 years ago. Even when I was pretty mobile and active I couldn’t handle (for long) those enormously heavy cordless)!to me) tools my husband owned. Finally a family friend suggested I use an impact driver for most of my drilling tasks because they have power but are compact. My first Makita Impact Driver changed the way I thought about cordless tools. As I’ve became weaker I’ve also become a huge fan of vise-grip pliers in all sizes and jaw shapes. Its taken decades to see the compact and light movement grow to where we now commonly see a variety of tools besides drills in compact sizes and weights suitable for women, elderly and disabled folks. Progress is good! But more faster progress is wareanred because the market is increasing as women’s roles and interests expand, as the population ages and as individual disease categories explode. Tool Manufacturers long aimed marketing and products at building, automotive and farming trades. (Seems like Black and Decker were first to finally cater to DIYers.) It’s as though manufacturers believed that tool buyers, mostly men, preferred being worn-out and in pain at the end of a workday. SOOOO UNTRUE and frankly a little dumb. The time has come to make power tools accessibly light, compact, good feeling in the hand yet super effective. It’s time that both sexes, all ages and most abilities can easilly find tools of a manageable weight band size that just plain work Enabling all buyers men, women, elderly and disabled to construct and create until their end days would hugely increase productivity and joy in this tired world and push manufacturers revenues sky high. The only way I can remain creative or useful and keep living independently is to find adaptive devices and tools I can handle. There are millions of men and women like me. We are hungry for accessible power tools so we may happily create and remain busily home-handy. Add us to the millions of trades people hunkering for less pain at day’s end by virtue of lighter low bulk yet amazingly effective tools. What results is a huge human tool market hungry for satisfaction along with large profit increases for manufacturers. Compact and light with no less effectiveness is a tool movement everyone should get behind and push! It’s a movement where everyone wins. Oh If only one tool manufacturer brainiac with imagination would read this and give it serious thought. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2020 by Skyeisle

  • Well worth purchasing
Style: Kit
Very handy works as well as my stationary air compressor
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2023 by TDL Bass

  • Compact sized Compressor
Style: Kit
It fits perfect in the fender recess of my F-150 and with a swivel mounted hose reel reaches every corner of the truck. It’s perfect for off road operations…
Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2023 by James Bennett

  • Great value, lightweight, and portable!
Style: Kit
Super happy with my little compressor. I've had this a while and been excited to use it. But I was hesitant to pull it out of the truck cause I'm on a maple built in job and I didn't think it would have the power to drive the nails. Wow was I wrong and wish I would have played with it a long time ago. Bonus buy fellows. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on March 30, 2023 by Tyler Knight

  • Very portable
Style: Kit
Very portable. I use for airing tires and blowing out compressors.
Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2023 by Amazon Customer

  • I’m impressed for 4WD air downs and reinflates.
Style: Kit
I could not find much info on this so I bought and just tried this to see how it would work. Overall I’m really impressed with this little unit. I bought this to reinflate my trucks 4 tires after airing them down to 18psi for sand trail driving. I needed to bring my 255/50/20 tires to 44 and 50psi. This thing with the 6ah battery had no problem doing this on a single charge. I have not tried it but it may be able to do it twice on a single charge as the battery still had 2 bars after the 4 wheels. It’s definitely not as fast as a larger compressor but helps to start with a fully charged tank and fresh battery. The unit will easily hold 125 psi with no battery in it for a couple days. I’ve also used this with a nailer for very light jobs which was great for the portability. Blowing out crevices of the car or whatever. May see if it can run my paint sprayer but I’m not expecting much since I’d like more from my other ac powdered and larger tank compressors. Overall really pleasantly surprised. I have other flexvolt tools and batteries so a nice bonus to be able to use other batteries with this for longer use. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 4, 2022 by Jack of All

  • Perfect for light work
Style: Kit
Really impressed with this tool. Used it for a siding job, trim work on a house and haven’t been disappointed. Tank is a little small and kind of noisy.
Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2022 by andrey

  • Needs the larger 60 vold battery
Style: Kit
This is the 2nd one I've gotten, first one was for work and this one is for me. It was definitely good enough, I needed one for myself. However, that doesn't mean it doesn't need improvement. The 6 ah battery is barely big enough for such a high draw device. I cannot imagine DeWalt not shipping this with a standard 9 ah battery. It's almost shocking. The 9 ah battery should be completely included, and then it would be nearly the perfect tool. A 6 ah battery should only be kept with the compressor as a backup. It does lose air over time, and that is another thing they need to focus on. I did replace all the fittings on the first one, just to try to slow down the air loss. Since it runs off of a battery, air loss is a bigger problem than if you could just plug it in. It doesn't lose air any quicker than your typical medium duty air compressor, but I would hope for the price they could put a bigger focus on it. The next issue for DeWalt is getting a device to use in place of the 60 volt battery to allow you to plug your tools in to a wall outlet. I hope they are working on it, since competitors have already started implementing this. DeWalt needs one (like yesterday). To be fair, their dual 60 volt miter saw includes something similar, but they need it for their standard 60 volt tools as well. DeWalt needs to not fall behind in this regard. It will change the game for contractors and handymen. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2020 by Keith

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