AEAC Video – NEW Omega Portable 4,500 psi Compressor – LIQUID COOLED – Vlog

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    AEAC
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    Omega Trail Charger:

     

    4,500 psi

    liquid cooled

    portable

    12v & 110v

    QUIET!!  -er

     

    Steve

     

     

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    Oletom41
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    I have the trail charger. Works great

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    addertooth
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    Skip to about 28 minutes into the video, that is when he STARTS talking about the Omega portable compressor.

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    Rodgair
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    I was happy to hear about the favorable reports of the trail compressor. I would’ve enjoyed more information about the tanks and namely how often they have to be tested and their life. It would be interesting to me to know where the made on date is on the tank, great information otherwise.

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    ScottShot
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    That would be great for the vehicle to the airgun, but a tank would be very helpful too, hmmm

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    addertooth

    Skip to about 28 minutes into the video, that is when he STARTS talking about the Omega portable compressor.

    … so much valuable info on the Omega line as a whole to include the controversial talk of in line desiccant filters before that, not to mention all the NEW tank and valve talk.  For anyone into airguns, I wouldn't recommend skipping at all.  You'll be missing out on a lot of good info.

    Name's Steve by the way 🙂

    Steve  

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    aeamichigan
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    hello fellow airgunners. i am a new member to this page and am authorized by bin himself to sell aea products for him. i would like to know how to post said product on this site.

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    Odoyle
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    Contact Michael to become a sponsor to put your banner on top.

    Not sure if AEA is already represented here but best to ask.

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    aeamichigan
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    thank you. 

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    FLRICK
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    Good stuff Steve! Keep it coming!

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    ronmcc4
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    When my Shoebox goes south or my Great White tank comes to the end of life, this compressor is going to be my air source.

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    Jester
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    I've got about 12hours on mine (about 40 fills). It appears to be a very well built unit. So far so good. As we all know however with these sub $2K compressors, only time will tell. Stay tuned…

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    Jester

    I've got about 12hours on mine (about 40 fills). It appears to be a very well built unit. So far so good. As we all know however with these sub $2K compressors, only time will tell. Stay tuned…

    At $10 a pop at the scuba shop it's half paid for itself already…I'm wanting a compressor bad for my Hatsan piledriver especially…and this one will fill my tanks too…definitely looking in to it!

    James from Michigan 

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    Tonyl
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    I like the antifreeze idea, only a minute to fill up my Air Arms. Going to have to rework the budget.

     

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    speedgoat
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    I need one 

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    NavarreSmith92
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    This seems like a genius idea to have a liquid cooled system built in. It seems reasonably sized for using anywhere.

     

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