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Greetings My Fellow Modelers,
As most of you know my biggest problem was the air compressor and living in the Philippines were the electrictty current is 220 volts. I found some air compressor at BNA Model World and Hobby Tools both in Australia. However the price and the shipping cost would been high and I would have to save up in order to buy one. Then I started to look at commercial air compressor, found two that was small and had a 36 litre tanks on them. Then last night, I was on line searching I found this one web site that is mostly deals with Philippines on line store and came across the Air Compressor I found at the local store, they wanted 6,999 peso and I start to laugh about it, and my wife ask me why I was laughing and I told her that these people want 6,999 peso for the compressor we found in Surigao, were at the store it was only 5,250 peso. I happen to look in the lower left hand corner and found this: http://www.lazada.com.ph/powercraft-as186-oil-free-mini-air-compressor-with-tank-2144203.html Here it was a Powercraft AS 186 COMPRESSOR. i told my wife that this is the one I needed and ask if I could get it and she said yes. At $118.81 and free shipping. So I bought it. So now it will be here between May 15th or May 18th. One down and now on to air brushes and paint booth.
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Nothing better than finding EXACTLY what you want at a good price. The anticipation of the delivery will drive you insane. As I wrote here before , I put a small desk fan behind mine and the compressor stays cool to slightly warm no matter how long I run it. Enjoy!!
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