Craftsman Air Compressor, 6 Gallon, Pancake, Oil-Free with 13 Piece Accessory Kit w/ Hose

(15 customer reviews)


  • 6 gallon pancake maximizes portability and stored air
  • Durable, Oil free pump for long life and no maintenance
  • 150 Max PSI to ensure adequate cut in pressure for a variety of applications
  • 2. 6 SCFM  90 PSI allows for quick compressor recovery time. Voltage – 120 V
  • Easily starts up in cold weather
  • 13 piece accessory Kit includes: 25′ X 1/4inches Pvc air Hose with coupler and plug assembled, tire chuck with plug, blow gun with plug, tire gauge, blow gun with OSHA safety nozzle, rubber tip, three inflator adaptors
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty, refer to “Warranty & Support” section below for full details



The CRAFTSMAN 6 gallon air compressor features an oil-free pump for maintenance-free operation and a long life. It is lightweight and portable at 30lbs, and features a long runtime and Quick recovery.

SKU: CMEC6150K Category:

Based on 15 reviews

4.7 overall

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  1. Joe

    This air compressor works great for my purpose, which is inflating car and bike tires in my garage. It gains pressure very quickly and it is super easy to use. No assembly, ready to go out of the box. The attachments included make this an easy way to shop. I would certainly recommend this product and it is a great value at the price.


  2. Amazon Customer

    I bought this compressor for one project at work. Then, since I had it, I decided to try and use it to blow out my 11 zone sprinkler system.Most of the articles I found (and even a couple of YouTube videos ) said that you can’t use this kind of compressor to blow out a sprinkler system. The reason is that this tiny little compressor doesn’t push much air, and as a result it can’t sustain the pressure needed to “push” the water thru the sprinklers. For the most part, this is correct.However, if you only run the compressor for 20-30 seconds, the pressure stays high enough in the system to pop up all the heads and push out all the water. And if you repeat this trick 3 times, you’ll get all the water out.So after I connected the compressor to my system, I used my phone (which connects to my BHYVE sprinkler controller) to turn one zone on and off.- I’d wait for the pressure in the compressor to hit 60 PSI- Activate the zone for 20-30 seconds, watch the spray- Turn off the zone, wait for the pressure in the compressor to climb back up to 60 PSI- RepeatThe downside to this process is that it took a long damn time. I’m sure I looked like a major goober standing outside next to the compressor with my phone in my hand, running back and forth. But I was able to read some emails while the compressor did it’s thing, so it was fine. And, after an hour or so, I was all done.I think that if I didn’t have the sprinkler controller that connected to my phone, this would have been much harder. But because I do, this little compressor worked great.

    Amazon Customer

  3. Layne

    My husband kept asking me if he could buy a compressor. Oh, the uses it will have! Clean the garage. Fill tires. Etc., Etc. We saw this offered on Amazon and decided to order it. It comes with lots of attachments and is easy use and to carry around. He loves it! End of story!


  4. R. White

    This pump was set up and running in under 5 minutes. It comes with the air release valve on the bottom side of the tank in the open position so close it before starting for the first time. I did not hear the air escaping when I started the pump and thought it was defective at first. Once I had the air release valve closed it was up to pressure for use in about 3-5 minutes. I live in a four season climate and airing up or down the tires is nonstop. This will make my life much easier.

    R. White

  5. Rich

    Ok people. I’m not a mechanic but I do know tools and how to inflate tires. The facts. Once you plug it in takes just about 45 seconds to fill the 6 gallon tank with air saying 150 psi. I used it to try and put air in my rv tires requiring 110 psi. No way…not going to happen with this unit. Maximum air I could inflate the tires to was 84 pounds. The tank only will put 10 lbs of air into the rv tires before having to refill the compressor. Though the tank is still 75% still full of air it wont put anymore air in. So I had to keep refilling the tank over and over again to put maybe 10 lbs of pressure in each tire. Alot of work. Its probable great for putting air in a car tire or inflating a football. If you need to inflate anything over 80 lbs. Forget it.. Its not going to happen. More like 35 lbs you will love it. My truck takes 75 lbs. Much quicker going to a gas station and paying 50 cents to use there air.


  6. Travis Vandall

    I have a small garage and mostly just needed a compressor for tire pressure and the occasional air tool. I had been surviving on a cheaper brand for years until it broke.The difference is night and day. The motor fills the tank quick, it’s bigger than my old one yet less noisy, the regulated and tank controls are actually precise. Plus, it already comes with a lengthy hose and about any attachments you need for inflation.

    Travis Vandall

  7. Mark Lambrick

    Excellent value! Typical Craftsman product, well made and made in USA.

    Mark Lambrick

  8. Slim S.

    Very seriously impressed ! Fast and some what loud, but works great and I did try to use it for sprinkler closing and it works, need to purchase quick connect garden house attachment and you good to go !

    Slim S.

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  10. Gabo

    Me gusto es mi primera compresora, se siente resistente de buenos materiales y la conexión es sencilla de operar es ideal para mis pequeños proyectos


  11. Amazon Customer

    very nice ,pressures up quickly

    Amazon Customer

  12. Arturo Alvarez Escobar

    Excelente Compresora…cumple con todas las expectativas..!!!

    Arturo Alvarez Escobar

  13. OPR

    Todo bien funciona perfecto


  14. Narobi Carrillo

    Llego a tiempo y funciona muy bien

    Narobi Carrillo

  15. Cliente de Amazon

    Excelente producto

    Cliente de Amazon