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Freedom8 ShoeBox Electric Air Compressor, Max 4500 PSI

Freedom8 ShoeBox Electric Air Compressor, Max 4500 PSI

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SKU PY-A-4899

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  • Description
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This requires a shop compressor. The Freedom8 ShoeBox compressor is actually an air booster. You need to hook up the shop compressor to the Freedom8 ShoeBox and put 100-125 psi air into the ShoeBox. This joint effort delivers faster fill times.

This compressed air should not be used for breathing!


  • Freedom8 Shoebox electric air compressor
  • 4500 PSI max working pressure
  • Uses 110V electrical outlet
  • Fill gun air reservoirs, scuba tanks, scba tanks or carbon fiber tanks
  • 8 cubic feet per hour output
  • "Stove pipe" particle trap at input
  • Tapered cylinders for easier installation of c-clips
  • 125 psi input pressure reduces fill time
  • Hardened and polished pistons for longer o-ring life
  • Larger diameter cylinders cool effectively due to 2011 aluminum with high copper content, cooling fins and high-pressure coolant
  • Higher RPM gearing for quicker fill times
  • Belt drive delivers quieter operation
  • Machined dual rod alignment post for easy maintenance
  • 4 ft of air tube coils for superior heat dissipation
  • O-ring fittings prevent worn ferrules
  • Crankshaft flats prevent slipping gears
  • Extended high-pressure output fitting
  • Delrin nuts on cylinder ends
  • Fully adjustable shut off, from 100 psi to 4500 psi
  • Electronic switch with more precise shut-off
  • Switch allows for variable input pressure up to 125 psi
  • Relief cut in internal spacers for better heat dissipation
  • Factory-installed AutoLube system
  • 90-day warranty
  • Includes various o-rings and detailed owner's manual

Approximate fill times:
  • Benjamin Marauder air rifle: 0-3000 psi=9 mins
  • 80 cu-ft scuba tank: 2000-3000 psi=4 hrs; 0-3000 psi=12-13 hrs
  • 44 cu-ft scba tank: 3000-4500 psi=1.75 hrs; 0-3000 psi=4.5 hrs; 0-4500 psi=6 hrs
  • 68 cu-in paintball tank: 3000-4500 psi=35 mins; 0-4500 psi=1.75 hrs
  • 88 cu-ft Air Venturi carbon fiber tank: 0-4500 psi=11.50 hrs
  • 72 cu-in Benjamin tank: 0-3000 psi=1.30 hrs
  • 90 cu-in Benjamin or Air Venturi carbon fiber tank: 0-4500 psi=2.50 hrs
  • 490cc AirForce standard Spin-Loc tank: 0-3000 psi=33 mins


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A small shop compressor acts as the first stage and feeds up to 125 psi of air into the ShoeBox (oil-free shop compressor required). It must provide at least 125 psi output and deliver 2-3 cu ft per minute at 125 psi. Most medium or large oil-free air compressors are adequate for this. The shop compressor does not run continuously. It kicks on only a few times during a small tank fill.

You'll need a hose to connect the shop compressor to the ShoeBox. A 4,500 psi hose with a female quick-disconnect fitting is needed to connect to the ShoeBox air output. The other end of the hose needs a fitting/adapter that fits the air input for your tank or gun.

The Freedom8 ShoeBox air compressor is a very compact, lightweight unit that's considerably less expensive than any other high-pressure air compressor currently sold. Imagine how convenient it'll be to have your own source of air, filling tanks and gun reservoirs, instead of using a handpump or running back and forth to a store.

The unit requires little maintenance and has relatively quiet operation. In fact, you'll kick yourself for not buying this sooner because it's easy to use. Our tech department tested a unit and found that it fills at the rate of approximately 0.11 cu ft of air per minute. You should be able to fill a 1000 cc tank from 0-3000 psi in about 1 hr.

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Item Code: SB-Freedom8 [PY-A-4899]

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Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

  By raven223 from USA on 2015-03-23
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Things I liked:Low cost 4500psi compressor2
Things I would have changed:Make it self lubricating. Every 2 hours of use you need to take the cover off and put a dab of lithium grease on the pistons then replace the cover.

Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

  By Steven from USA on 2015-01-15
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Things I liked:1. No more trips to the local scuba shop or paintball range to fill my tank!!!! As the name implies "FREEDOM"!!! I have the Air Venturi 90 Cu. In. tank (PA SKU PY-A-4708. The tank handles 4500 PSI yet the scuba shop only goes up to ~3300 and the paintball shop only goes up to ~3000. Thus, I had to make a lot of trips (my Hatsan AT-44-10 Long QE in .25 cal.)is an air hog. The scuba shop was a two hour round trip through the Austin, TX traffic and the paintball place was only open on weekends. 2. The Shoebox filled my Air Venturi from 3000 (the lowest I like to go) to 4500 psi in exactly 30 minutes (I timed it).
Things I would have changed:For over $1100 the Shoebox company could have at least supplied some white lithium grease. Not a show stopper since there is a plethora of places you can buy it but just really the only thing. I was like "really? Not even a little packet of grease?".
What others should know:Yes, the price is on the high end, but if you HATE the drive to the local scuba or paintball shop for a fill then get this compressor. Split the cost with a air gun buddy or something if you have to. Never again will I have to rely on an outside refill source, never.

Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

  By Greg from USA on 2015-01-06
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Things I liked:I just got this thing today and from out of the box to filling a tank was 10min! Fills a tank ( the 90 I got ) in about a hour I guess from 3000 to 4500. It dose sound like a sewing machine ( ha ). Best of all no more going to get my tank filled!!!!!!!!!
Things I would have changed:Lower cost of corse. But I am sure it will pay for it self in time. If you have to keep having to take the cover off to live it every 2-3 hours send the Allen wrench. I would also put some slots on the cover( and I will myself) so you do not have to take the screws out all the way. For that fact why now a thumb screw you do not need tools?
What others should know:It is slow!!!! With that said I baby mine for the first charge. It kicked off at 4000. No problem cause the instructions tell you to turn a screw in one turn on the regulator. Got it to 4500! I was not really sure what it can with and what else I would need so I will line it out for everyone. It dose come with the air fitting for the "in" side you need to install your self ( 30 secs to do). It dose come with the foster connection for the out. You need a compressor that will do 125psi and a hose to got to your tank or gun.
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  • John from USA asked:

    Can I fill my scuba tank with this and the oil free compressor and if so how long to fill It

    • Jerry from USA:

      yes, scuba tanks can be filled at the rate of 8 cu ft per hour

  • Brian from USA asked:

    could I use a run of the mill pancake compressor and this to fill a Benjamin marauder?

    • Val from USA:

      if that compressor provides 100-125 PSI on the output then sure

  • James from USA asked:

    Can this be used to fill the Crosman Challenger PCP rifles? If so, what adapters (if any) would be needed?

    • Val from USA:

      Click on the PCP Hookup tab on the Challenger page and choose shoebox compressor to see if any adapters are needed!

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