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Didn't discover you until yesterday. I like your style. Based on your 3-part video of the G1023RLWX, I ordered one. Quality control is based on the law of large numbers. It's cheaper to forego actual inspections of goods and services, and simply refund or replace. And "cheaper" is required to compete on products built to a price. And when the customers do the repairs some of the time, it's even more profitable. In the case of the compressor, it seems that they hadn't even finished the engineering phase. I believe is was Matthias Wandel who said that quality assurance is performed by the end-user. And besides, testing prior to shipping is not the same as correcting defects discovered in testing.
Many years ago, when I was setting up maintenance shops, in 3 separate hotels. I was totally surprised at how many tools, mostly power tools, that came with defects straight from the box. Fully 20% !! All 3 of the circular saws, for example, had a large scuff mark on the handle, in the same place on each saw. Called the makers “hotline” their answer : “ Yeah, one of the machines at the factory does that on the final assembly line.” “We’ll send you a new one” told the guy it was 3, so they sent out 3 new ones!! All I had to do was send a fax showing the proofs of purchase. Week later I had 3 new, $200 saws, one complete with the same scuff mark! I gave 2 of the “damaged” ones to my men. Apart from the scuffing, there was nothing wrong with them.
Oh man, I've been looking at this specific air compressor for some time. Mostly watching videos like these to see what customers think. I like the idea of California Air Compressor because of its quietness. But seeing this video gives one food for thought. And it's kinda nice to know that even Santa Claus has problems with his tools.
I have the same model. I bought the 220 volt model. Luckily mine was a plug and play. Never had an issue with it. Have had it around June as well. The noise reduction from my old upright 60 gallon Ingersoll Rand is like night and day. If i would have seen your video on this compressor I would have thought twice about buying it. Great videos Keep them coming,
If you want to use higher CFM tools, you can connect your 2 compressors in series, just make sure you use a check valve if they have different tank pressures and you need to split off the connection to the safety valve so you can still have that and have the connection to the other compressor’s tank. I do that with a few cheapo compressors I got at Lowes. I use 1 for smaller things, but for hvlp/sanding/etc., I use both. I just put a ball valve between them so I can just use 1 tank when I only need one.
I got the CA Airtools smaller compressor and am very happy. Reading the reviews your experience seems fairly common. So I guess they have some quality control issues. I took a chance even with the mixed reviews and ended up with a working on.
I think your FedEx delivery people have hidden rage issues. Seriously, they are just shockingly awful in your area! I am fortunate to never have anything arrive in such terrible condition. Actually I see why your wife hated that noise. It was disturbing to the ear for sure. WOW what a difference. Your patience and work around is beyond the ability of most people. In a better world, things would work out of the box as they should. Sadly, I always prepare for the worst these days and am always surprised when something is NOT flawed.
Thanks for this review, I'm looking to buy this exact compressor & was searching for good reviews. I'd be buying through HD for the convenience in case something went wrong. Though I order a lot from Amazon. I think I'm going for it.
The exact same thing happened to, with the exact same support from CA. The only thing different is the original hose is too short for the new manifold, so I had to go buy that. Thank you for the video!
I have had this same model for several years and it has worked flawlessly. Hate to hear you had a different experience with it.
I wouldn't mind the hassle considering it's about $570 right now. My bro owns a 10 gallon one and it's been running great for the past 4-5 years.
Bummer! I got one of these a couple of years ago. My old compressor was so loud I needed ear protection anytime it came on. Home Depot sent a 15% off coupon and I couldn't pass on it. The only trouble I have with it is that it is so quiet, I will sometimes forget to turn it off. Since I don't go to the shop everyday, it can end up on for awhile. Good thing I don't have any leaks in my lines.
It is pretty sad when a "high end" manufacturer puts out a product that is bad right out of the box, and they claim to have tested it before shipping.
Thank you for making this video I really really appreciate it.
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I have an old Coleman air compressor and it's noisey. The regulator was built in like yours, and it started leaking and couldn't find a replacement. I plugged it off and bought one at Harbor Freight and put it in one of the extra holes. The manifold was blocked off in middle so I took out the end plugs on each end and cross drilled it wit a long drill bit. Works great but still noisey
WELL! That was disappointing. I was ready to hear that FedEx and UPS are rough on shipments because it has always been that way.
I know also about UPS and FEDEX. I work for a large oil company based in Houston, TX and work in the records warehouse in Oklahoma. We get in boxes that have been thrown around and sometimes the contents are spilling out. As you say, no need to make notice of damages as they won"t do anything about it. If I were you, I would have taken it back to Home Depot.
Well done ! Great video review, i nearly pulled the trigger on this , theres nooo wayy i would buy that now
How disappointing! I try whenever possible to buy 'Made in USA' and have a smaller version of a CA quiet compressor. Works great and is very quiet. I'm very thankful that I don't have the problems with UPS and FEDEX that you have. You should be commended for your civility. Ed if I may offer one bit of advice as a retired union pipe fitter who spent 37.5 years in boiler rooms. Its never a good idea to spring or pop a relief valve to relieve pressure. Over time that weakens the spring and the valve will need replacing.