I like the Milwaukee but that’s also what I have for cordless tools. So I would buy a compressor according to the types of batteries you have laying around. They all make a portable compressor.
Just my 2 cents
FWIW I have mostly thrown my hat in with RIGID equipment. The warranty is good and when the batteries go bad if you warrantied them you can get new ones, and they ALL eventually go bad. I like the Rigid portable air compressor since those are the batteries I have. Not fast, but it puts the air where it needs to go without fail.
I have DeWalt batteries for work so naturally chose this. It’s 2+ years old and works great. Someone uses it every trail ride, sometimes multiple times. When not riding SXS it’s in my vehicle. Highly recommended. Set the pressure and walk away, it cuts off automatically. Also blows up air mattresses.
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