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1. Wagner Power Products 2600 Softspray High Volume Low Pressure Sprayer

our price: $479.99
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Asin: B0000223PC
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 7666
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Nonbleeder gun
  • Three-stage tangential turbine
  • 6 psi output
  • Soft-spray application
  • 89% spray efficiency

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Hope you don't need parts
This is a reasonably nice product with abysmal documentation. I've used it with several different materials with success.

However, I'm preparing to spray some waterborne lacquer and the product manufacturer suggested a 1mm tip diameter. So I went looking for one.

I spent a half hour searching the documentation and Wagner's multiple web sites for replacement tips. The standard tip is a #3, so a reasonable person would think there must be a #1 and #2, but noooo, #3 is it. Not only that, a replacement #3 tip is $32 and the air cap is $59! Not surprising I suppose when they charge $1.99 for a 5-cent lock washer.

I'm retired from aerospace and a $600 toilet seat is looking like a real bargain.

If it weren't for the aforementioned problems, I would probably give this unit 4 or 5 stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars excellent performance at a fair price
I should have purchased a sprayer years ago! I used to dread painting-especially intricate things like picket fences or railings. But this sprayer is convenient to use and easy to clean. I can now paint a 6-panel door in under 5 minutes when it used to take me 15-20 minutes with a brush. And I can clean up the sprayer faster than I could clean a roller or brush! Since it is an HVLP sprayer, overspray is very minimal compared to high pressure sprayers-minimal paint cloud. Plus it is quieter than my compressor. Wagner makes some smaller and cheaper HVLP sprayers that would probably be adequate for spraying stains and laquers, but for spraying latex paint I would get this model (paint still should be thinned). My only complaint is that the power cord is too short-only 6 ft. 10-12 feet would be much better for reaching outlets higher up on a wall. If you can afford it, get this machine-it makes painting easy, fast, and enjoyable when you see the smooth results.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wagner 2600 Softspray review
I have been using the 2600 for a bunk bed project and have been extremely satisfied. It is very easy to use, adjust and clean. I have been using a water-based top coat and have not had to thin. The 2600 cleans up very quickly and reassembles easily (my 8 year son can put it back together). I have been getting a great finish. Doing four head boards by hand would have taken forever but this product has has made the project go much faster and easier. I am very happy with this product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wagner 2600 gets a "Best Buy" rating
If you are looking for more information about HVLP sprayers, the July 2003 issue of American Woodworker has a product review of these tools. The bottom line? They rated the Wagner 2600 as the "Best Buy" of the 22 HVLP sprayers they looked at. See the article for details about why.

The same issue of AW also has an article on HVLP spray techniques. So when you find the owner's manual for the Wagner to be a little lacking on which gun adjustments to change for a particular spray problem, you can turn to this article for answers.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good product
After checking out several models of HVLP sprayers I chose to go with the Wagner, I was not disapointed. The unit is not as loud as I thought it might be. The spraygun seems very well made and adjusts easly. The hose is light and easy to manage. The only disapointment is the manual. It tells you all the adjustments but not how to use them. No examples of what you should adj for which problems. Had the manual been better I would have given it a 5 star rating. ... Read more


2. Wagner Power Products 9150 Twin Stroke Piston Pump Paint Sprayer
list price: $469.99
our price: $379.99
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Asin: B00005A9T4
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 9602
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • .25 gpm with maximum operating pressure of 2800 psi
  • 1/2 hp motor with contractor grade metal spray gun
  • Wheels and removeable handle for convenient transport and storage
  • 1/4" by 25' airless spray hose
  • Replaceable, reversable .015" spray tip

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars paint this
I bought this unit reconditioned for...including shipping. When it came in it looked brand new with a new hose and gun; I think someone bought it used it once and then returned it.
Putting it together was pretty easy just the handle, pail hanger, gun and hose and the suction and return tubes. It took longer to find the correct wrench than it did to put it together. The instructions in the manual are a little difficult to understand for someone new like me that hates painting, but after 2 or 3 times I finally got it. Priming the unit is easy just put the bucket under the intake tube turn the dial to prime and turn it on till you see paint running back into the bucket from the return tube. Then flip the dial to spray and you are ready to go. There is a pressure dial down on the side if you are spraying Latex run it up to maximum and you are ready to let fly. Make sure you have a big hat goggles and a mask because the worst part of this process especially in a small room is the "FOG" I used a garbage bag (extra large) cut a hole in the top and some arm holes; cheap easy and disposable and fired it up. It took me a little bit of time to get used to spraying and how it would work but once I did, it was the about as fast as I could move, I painted a 220 sq ft room with 2 closets all with 8 foot ceilings and also 2 ceilings in an ajoining bathroom in a matter of minutes. This thing can lay down some serious work very very quickly and the coverage was much better than a roller or brush just have someone watch you and if you do miss a little spot just have them point. You will need lots of light we painted at night and it was hard to see. I would guess you could paint a garage wall 20x8 in under a minute. It took longer to use 1 gallon cans (stirring and repriming) so I would recommend 5 gallon buckets if possible. Cleanup is pretty easy put the intake tube in a bucket of clean water and the return tube back in the paint can and set it to prime and turn it on just for a little while until the paint starts to turn clear maybe 10 seconds or so total then put the return tube back in the water bucket with clean water reprime it. Take the tip off of the gun and throw it in a bowl of water set it to spray put the gun at the edge of the paint can/bucket and turn it on to spray the paint back in the bucket until it starts to get clear then put the gun in a big sink and pump some water through the hose for a few minutes. Then pull the filter out of the gun and brush it, I used an old tooth brush clean it up. Then clean up the dust and any spills and reassemble and you are done. Oh yeah also pull the intake tube off and plug it with the attached plug after cleaning. Also put a few drops of the separating oil in the top oil hole not too much or it will leak all over the place. Overall if you have some painting to do this unit will do it; don't waste your money on the small little hand held units I did that a few years ago and it was a waste of...bucks. There are also accesories for this unit, for an 8 foot ceiling just stick your hand up and keep it moving if you have a tall ceiling look into the 6 foot extension.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sprayer unacceptable
The sprayer was received in such a condition that I could not accept it. The box had been opened, repaired in two places and patched in a third place.

5-0 out of 5 stars top notch sprayer
I recently purchased a Wagner 9150 sprayer from Toolcrib. When it arrived I put it to work the next day. I was able to stain a 1500 sq ft deck with 2 coats in 2 days. Three years ago I had the same deck stained by a painter and the cost was $400 dollars for labor alone. The first job I did payed for the sprayer. It is easy to adjust and use and cleanup is a breeze. ... Read more


3. Wagner Power Products 0515000 Paint Crew Paint Sprayer
list price: $199.99
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B00009YUHK
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 3294
Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 413 reversible spray tip provides a superior finish and clears clogs fast with a twist of the wrist
  • This powerful 2750 PSI 3/8 horse power piston pump comes with a 25 foot hose and lightweight metal spray gun can easily tackle large multi-story projects
  • Convenient carrying handle and light weight design make movement around the job site a snap
  • With simplified set-up and clean-up, the Paint Crew makes even the samller projects fast and easy
  • 2-gallon capacity hopper increases spray time and convenience

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Little Giant Of A Paint Sprayer
The Wagner Paint Crew Model 770 is a super paint sprayer. It can spray latex paint straight from the can with a .015 tip.(I used Sears Weatherbeater Exterior Semi Gloss Latex). The instructions are well written and easy to follow.Setup is simple. It sprayed the paint smooth and evenly. I had no problems at all. I have read that some people had trouble with the pump loseing its prime and you could not have less than 1 gallon of paint in the hopper for it to work. I found no such problems. It was easy to pour the unused pain out of the hopper too. As far as cleanup is concerned you can spend as little or as much time in cleanup as you like. The basic cleanup of the hopper,pump,hose and gun does not take long. If you want to clean the exterior of the unit this will take longer. I didn't have that much exterior cleanup to do because I kept the unit as far from the work as I could and I put a big cardboard box over the unit to keep overspray off it. All in all for $199.00 this is as good as it gets.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not for small jobs- great for big ones!
I bought this unit to paint the interior of a 2200sf house. I found the following to be the pros and cons:

Pros:

- Quality. Well built with great materials and tight tolerances.
- Power. A strong, yet controlable spray.
- Good instructions (But...see below)
- Coverage. Once you get the technique down, which takes 5 minutes, you'll get the jist of things.
- 25ft. hose. Size DOES matter.

Cons:

- Awkward. You have to pick up and tilt the entire unit, pump and all to empty the hopper (the tank where the paint is kept).
- No pivoting connection between the hose and the spray gun. This makes twisting and getting into position sometimes difficult.
- Short electrical cord. Minor, but would 15 more feet cost too much?
- Directions. Not the written word, but the construction of the paper. When following them for cleaning or application, they get wet and stained and start to fall apart.
-Cleaning. Takes awhile and is messy, but I got the time down to 35 minutes. Can be tedious to do over and over again during the course of a day.

Wants and needs:

wheels, extra filter, better retail availability of parts, make the pivoting connection standard, include a specialized cleaning brush, detachable paint hopper, snap-on connection.

Overall, I found the unit to be well built for medium to large jobs, but just too much for a simple room or wall task. But, for the homeowner who will take on the occassional big job (I have to paint the exterior next Fall), this is ideal. Be sure to take your time and mask carefully!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not so happy
We recently purchased the Paint Crew and our intent was to spray paint our gazebo. Since my husband and I are not the brightest stars in the sky when it comes to instructions - I would say that overall the instruction information that is provided with the Paint Crew could have been written in an unknown foreign language since purging and priming mean about the same. After reading over the instructions - ease of assembly is commendable, we decided to fill-er-up and begin our project. Unfortunately, we didn't have the nozzle on right and what sounded like a nice start ended up a disaster. Every area that paint could fly - was coated including the floor. So we decided to call the "genius" our handy son-in law who has put sunrooms together and is very adept at handling power tools. Before we could even begin to figure out what we did wrong, the clean up took care of a good 3 hours. Now, we prime and purge and have the alotted pressure ready to go, and kaboom - the nozzle started leaking and because the prime was set - I practically threw my body into the bin just to get it off. Needless to say - I'm stuck - can't take it back cause all those flat shiny places are difficult to clean. Hey - if you know how to use paint sprayers, go for it. I just hope you live nearby and are spraying white - With brushes that gazebo will just have to take longer. The painter is clean and back in the box - I'm hoping someone will want to borrow it and can figure out how to get it to work. After reading the comments on this site - it might just be that we only used one gallon of paint. You might say we we doomed from the start, since it works better full. OH WELL -

4-0 out of 5 stars Overall very nice
I really liked this painter, especially after struggling with the earlier Wagner power painters.
As mentioned, the hopper design isn't the best and will not pump with less than 1 gallon in the hopper.
However, to me the cleanup issue, isn't bad. I just filled with water and "let her rip." Cleaned up beautifully. One thing you must do is take the sprayer apart and be sure to clean it's filter very well. I suspect failure to do this was the cause of some of the reviewers problems.
I would definitely recommend this product, especially for less than 200 bucks.

2-0 out of 5 stars VERY Disappointed
This unit may be great to those who are not overly familiar with airless paint sprayers but I have used a number of them and this unit is by far THE worst. I almost didn't buy it to begin with but at $199 price point I thought I'd give it a try. I'm just glad I got my money back! The hopper design is inherently a terrible idea. I assume Wagner did this to try to cut cost in some way but believe me, it wasn't worth it. The hopper "holds" three gallons but you have to refill it every two gallons because it gets poor suction with the last gallon and loses pressure. I don't care if the hopper holds 10 gallons. If I have to refill it every two gallons in order to make it work then who cares what it "holds"? And I cannot stress what a nightmare the unit was to clean. Look at the other reviewers of this unit and how they describe it. They are NOT exagerating! And Wagner may try to make it look like it is easy pouring paint out of the hopper and back into a bucket but I'd bet my life the actors are pouring an empty unit and then graphic artists drew in the paint on those pictures! Furthermore, and this is just a sore spot with me anyway, the unit was built in China. That probably explains the low cost too.

Before I mention the last straw that had me dragging the unit back for a refund, let me mention some positive comments. It had good pressure and the gun was metal though it is of an older design (using up old stock maybe?) and the hose was 25'.

Now, the doozey that caused me to lose it. I had used it twice and was now on my third project when the unit just lost all pressure. When I walked over to the unit I noticed paint coming out of the pump. The piston packing had failed! I called a service center and they didn't have the parts to fix it and said they would have to send it back to get it fixed. So I carried it back to the store (probably can't mention it here) and got a refund and painted the rest of the job with my roller brush. I was already disappointed in the product so this was just the icing on the cake.

But the story does get better. First, I love the higher end pumps but have difficulty paying $400+ dollars for a good sprayer. I had almost settled on the idea that you can't get a good sprayer for less than $300 when I saw an add in a flier (won't mention it because I didn't buy it at Amazon) for a Campbell Hausfeld airless sprayer for $229. The pressure is a little lower (2500psi instead of 2750psi) but the pressure is also adjustable. Which is VERY good when spraying stains and you don't want 2750psi due to misting problems. This unit (it's called the HousePainter) adjusts from 0psi up to 2500psi so you can tune in the desired spray finish you want. Also, you can attach a roller brush to it and you can roll with it, something you can't do with the PaintCrew. But the best thing of all it that it is not a hopper design. It pulls paint straight out of a one or five gallon bucket. The clean up was very fast. Just put the suction tube into a bucket of water and it circulates itself and cleans it up. Two bad points to the HousePainet though. First, it comes with 20' of hose instead of 25' and second, the power cord is only 2' long. However, I have always needed an extension cord anyway so that it not that big of a deal. Oh, and I also noticed it was "assembled in the USA". Not quite as good as "made in the USA" but it's better than seeing that slogan "made in China" that is plastered on the PaintCrew. Thank you Campbell Hausfeld for at least keeping some jobs in the USA!

I did notice that the HousePainter is now being sold here at Amazon.com for only $199. (just search Amazon for Campbell Hausfeld and you should find it. Model # EZ5000) It turns my stomach that I paid $229 elsewhere but even at $229 I was glad I bought it. I don't know the life yet as I've only painted with it twice but so far this unit is way better than the PaintCrew on both clean up, pressure adjusting and the fact that I can hook a roller brush up to it and roll paint inside the house is priceless. Saves money on having to buy a separate roller unit. I suppose I will now need to write a review for the HousePainter as well. But anyway, pay heed to all these reviews that talk about the cleaning problems. It's a nightmare and we do have a choice for another unit at the same price that is easier to clean and can actually do MORE than just SPRAY paint at ONE pressure. ... Read more


4. Wagner 0276124 Conversion Gun
list price: $299.00
our price: $139.99
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Asin: B00005NMSC
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 1250
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1 Quart cup
  • 89% P.T.E. [product transfer efficiency]
  • Works with 1-1/2 H.P. and larger air compressors
  • 3 spray patterns
  • NBC non bleeder gun 2 stage trigger

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Already have compressor? Get one of these!
Works extremely well, has all the features/adjustments of regular HVLP sprayers, works even with my little 2HP 6 Gal PorterCable pancake compressor that came with my air nailer. Granted the compressor does run more often than when your just nailing things, but I haven't had a problem as I build some furniture projects. I imagine painting a room or large objects would be better suited to turbine units that can supply a continuous airflow. But it beats spending hundreds more for a turbine unit that would just take up more space in my shop. If you have a compressor and want to try spraying finishes this is an economical way to start. A complete review can be found on the internet by searching. ... Read more


5. Wagner Power Products 9140S Twin Stroke Piston Pump Paint Sprayer
list price: $349.99
our price: $279.99
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Asin: B00005A1JU
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 10080
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • .23 gpm with maximum operating pressure of 2800 psi
  • 3/8 hp with metal spray gun
  • Runs off 15 amp household current
  • 1/4" by 25' airless spray hose
  • Replaceable, reversable.015" spray tip

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT A WAGNER FAN
I am shopping for this type of product.Over the years I have tried several Wagner products and found them all to be a poor value.I will definitely purchase a diferent brand.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful time saver for large projects
I primed and painted four new rooms and trim using flat acrylic paint. The 1st setup and clean up each took about 30 minutes but subsequent setups and cleanups took 10 minutes. The consistency is wonderful but a quick light pass with a roller is recommend to even out the paint dispersement and user error. It took me a hour to prime four rooms and two hours to paint two coats of flat paint. Overall, I estimated a 75% time savings. Highly recommended.An earlier reviewer had mentioned a broken tip, this package comes with an extra tip and is easy to replace (1 minute)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't expect anything from the Warranty !!
I used this paint sprayer to paint two rooms in my basement. After a couple hours of spraying. The tip of the gun west bust. I tired to it with hot water, but didn't help much. I don't expect this kind of situation from a new machine. I finished up the rest using roller. ... (dont' you just hate it after spending [money]
on the new machine two hours later the gun went busted.
...
One thing for sure, I will never buy any products from Wagner again.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't expect anything from the Warranty !!
I was using it to paint a couple of rooms in my basement. The machine was brand new out from the box. Two hours later the tip of the gun went bust. I've never thoughthaving any problem with the new machine, but I was wrong. I had to finish the rest with the roller. Later, I called tech. support explained the situation requesting a new tip (not the whole spray gun) He said the gun is not under warranty and I have to pay for a new one. (don't you just hate it after you paid [alot of money] for a new paint sprayer and then you have to pay more for broken part on your first use. ...

5-0 out of 5 stars wagnersprayer
Having used several different paint sprayers over the years. I think that for the amount of money spent that this sprayer is agood buy.I would recommend it to any home owner. ... Read more


6. Wagner Power Products 0156060 Cordless Power Roller

our price: $57.69
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Asin: B00004TUCS
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 7175
Average Customer Review: 3.08 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • One year limited warranty
  • Dual-speed, self-feeding, 9-inch roller system
  • Paints up to 40 gallons of paint on one set of 4 "D" cell batteries (not included)
  • Two speed paint flow control
  • Includes faucet adapter and brush for faster clean-up

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a timesaver!
I've been a proud owner of a Wagner Power Roller in excess of 9 years. I agree that it may take awhile to clean all of the individual parts, but the time saved painting is well worth it, (would you rather spend 4 hours painting and 20 minutes cleaning or 2 hours painting and 40 minutes cleaning)? Personally, I HATE PAINTING! The Wagner Power Roller feeds a continuos stream of paint to the roller from the inside. When I used to paint with a regular roller I used to get splatterd, (especially my glasses), and the drips off of the end of the roller would end up all over the place. Now, I don't even put floor coverings down and my glasses stay clean. If you leave the power unit on continuosly, on slow speed, you will use more paint but you do get better coverage. I "cycle" the power on and off to get a continuous smooth coat. I don't think I've ever had to put down two coats. Comparing this system to the "normal" roller method where you're constatntly "rolling out the paint" to get it even. The Wagner Power Roller puts down an even and smooth covering every time without having to have "messy" paint pans and wondering if you have too much or too little paint on the roller when you apply it to the wall or ceiling. It doesn't get much better than this!

3-0 out of 5 stars Works fine, but I don't like it
I'm painting the whole inside of my house (ex trim), and I want the work to go as well and painlessly as possible. I did a lot of research before deciding to purchase the Wagner Power Roller. After having used it on one room, I have abandoned using it in favor of the old-fashioned, conventional non power roller method.

WHAT I LIKE: clear instructions; delivers a smooth, even supply of paint; effective splatter guard.

WHAT I DISLIKE: lots and lots of parts that require lots and lots of cleaning; despite being cordless and having a nice shoulder strap, it's heavy and cumbersome; makes a lot of noise when in operation; seems to use an inordinate amount of paint.

My feeling is that there's little time savings by using this power roller, especially when you figure in the clean-up time. I will probably end up selling mine.

TIPS: Professional house painters warned me only to use high-quality paint, paint that will flow evenly and not gunk up the works. In the same vein, all parts must be thoroughly, obsessively cleaned after each use.

3-0 out of 5 stars Information
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Do I want to know if you effect the consignment of the product in Italy? Do you eventually tell me how much it costs the consignment? Do you accept credit card or payment with paypal?
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2-0 out of 5 stars Wagner Power Roller
I would not recommend this product. I bought the corded model (Roll Fast Power Roller). Out of the box it applied the paint evenly and much faster than I could have using a manual roller and 5-gallon bucket. The biggest drawback was in painting the ceilings as the wand was heavier than a manual roller and I had to apply more pressure on the roller to distribute the paint. Another drawback to the product is the roller system itself. The rubber gasket on the roller arm, which seals the roller, rubs against the roller creating resistance which must be overcome during painting. Another drawback is the clean-up which took me over 45 minutes (despite a 5 minute claim on the box). Finally after 3 hours of painting I had to quit using the tool when dried paint prevented the roller cog from turning. The pluses for the tool are (1) it is definately much cleaner to use and (2) it does apply paint evenly. But I am going back to my five gallon bucket, screen and manual roller.

2-0 out of 5 stars The clean-up isn't fun
Having painted the interior of the house with rollers, I was aware of paint usage and time. A close friend who heard me gripe was kind enough to give me one of these as a home improvement gift. He had not used one but saw it at a home improvement store and thought of me since I mentioned I was going to paint again. The unit is easy to operate and having not paid for it, it was great.

Depending on how you feed paint, the coverage to me wasn't even. (I was using Behr premium and it is a wonderful paint in regular roller applications.) The handle isn't comfortable and the waggling paint tube made it a bother. As for time savings, it did apply paint to the wall quickly and having to roll paint on a conventional roller wasn't missed.

What typically used a gallon, I used about 3/4 of a gallon. However since the roller will not pull all the paint out of the jug it was hard to tell. It also does not have the clearance to paint as far to the edge as a regular roller. Until I go back with a brush to do the trimming/edge painting I won't know. I suspect it will equal out.

The clean-up plain sucked. The pump unit has enough small parts with sharp angles to trap paint and cleaning into those corners was a bother. (You'll want a toothpick and toothbrush.) I watched as any time savings in painting were going to cleaning, I gave up after 45 minutes passed. I got it reasonably clean but I can still find paint in the crevices.

In the end, I discovered that these things sell for about $80. I doubt I'll use it again but it did do the job so it was okay. If I were considering purchasing one, no-way. That same $$ buys a couple gallons of paint and associated supplies; that is the better investment I think. ... Read more


7. Wagner Power Products 0272909 Piston Repair Kit

our price: $17.79
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Asin: B00004TUD6
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 6866
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Piston repair kit
  • For use with Wagner's Power Painters 220, 305 and 315
  • Includes piston, spring, and atomizer valve

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars I'm satisfied
I recently purchased Wagner's 2000 PSI Wide Shot for a repainting project. The project is a large home built in the 20's. It took 15 gallons of base color paint, and 4 gallons of trim color. The Wagner has held up like a champ and made short work of the project compared to brushes and rollers.

I read a previous review talking about worn parts on the sprayer. If you will adjust the paint viscosity to match the gauge included with the painter, you should have no problems. This was as simple as purchasing a can of "additive" for my paint, and stirring it in until it was the right thickness.

Overall, I'm very satisfied with the painter, its ease of use, and its overall durability. This project was all detail work that couldn't be rolled and would have needed tedious brush painting. Thank you Wagner!

1-0 out of 5 stars Pistons wear out too fast
I recently purchased the 2400 PSI power painter from Wagner (not available on amazon.com as of this writing, and I have already had to replace the piston twice on a single project (painting my picket fence...I've used a total of about 4 gallons of paint, so far). I wouldn't recommend buying a power painter, unless you are willing to shell out about $20-$40 for replacement parts for every job you intend to do with it

4-0 out of 5 stars Simplier job
My paint sprayer is working much better now. I have just not been completely happy with the entire system as I keep having problems getting it to work without problems. But when it does work correctly it works great.

5-0 out of 5 stars piston repair kit.
I bought this piston repair kit and installed it myself. It was fast and easy. My Wagner now works like it was new. Thanks ... Read more


8. Wagner Fine Spray HVLP Low Overspray System

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Asin: B0002YD4J8
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner
Sales Rank: 25740
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Product Description

Sprays thin-bodied materials in patterns from 1/2in. to 12in. wide with more control than a brush, spray can or high pressure paint sprayer. Great for cabinets, furniture, trim, doors and sealing decks. ... Read more

Features

  • Sprays enamels, varnishes, shellacs, laquers, oils, stains, urethanes
  • Has metal cup for fine finishes, 1 1/2-qt. plastic cup for larger projects
  • Replaceable air filter protects finish from dust
  • Hand-tightened connections, no tools required
  • Includes 20ft. hose and spray gun

9. Wagner Model 305 Wide Shot Power Painter

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Asin: B00004TUCG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 13988
Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Comes in convenient carrying case
  • Ideal for small to medium paint projects around the house
  • Sprays thin to medium materials
  • Can put paint in cup or draw directly from paint can
  • Wide-Shot tip covers large surface areas quickly

Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars Better than expected
I own an air compressor and was toying with the idea of buying a spray gun for it. But several factors made me decide against it. (Mainly 1) paint projects must be nearby the compressor 2) major major paint clouds)

So I was recommended the Wagner 305 by the Home Depot paint guy. It works better than I expected. But I do agree with other people who have written reviews.

1) there is quite a bit of cleanup time, but take this with a grain of salt--I usually don't clean up paint brushes and rollers, I just through them out and buy new (really! hehe)

2) It's noisy yet not extremely loud. It quiets down once the paint starts flowing into the compressor. The gun would be no problem outdoors at all. But in confined spaces the echoing might get to you.

3) Overspray. It's going to happen. Get tarps. This was expected and should be expected.

4) Some wasted paint. If you have a large job buy the paint in 5 gallon buckets and consider cutting a 1/2" hole in the lid. Then put the 1/2" tubing through the hole, attach the filter. Then draw enough 1/2" tubing into the bucket so that it reaches the bottom. Use a clip on the hose to KEEP IT AT THE BOTTOM. This will *prevent* all globbing.

For small projects use the quart attachment and pour the paint into there. Then just run hot water through it. Voila. Cleaned.

Benefits. TIME. This this moves Soooo fast. Very very fast. Entire rooms can be painted in a heartbeat. But like everyone always says, things go smoother when you prepare correctly. (i.e. use tarps, mask off needed areas, etc.)

Never had to thin my paint. Don't know what type of paint others are using but mine flows perfectly. No problems there.

HTH,

-Ed.

4-0 out of 5 stars Don't Listen to the Naysayers
I just used this sprayer to paint a bunch of doors and it worked great! Before buying I read the reviews on this page and decided to take a chance despite the bad press, and I'm glad I did. I followed the directions and it worked as advertised.

Having said that, I can understand why some folks would be upset with it. It is sorta heavy. And it is kinda noisy. But so are all the other power tools I own. It "might" splotch paint if not used properly, it does occasionally clog, and it does take a lot of time to clean. But I rented a spray gun and compressor and it too was loud, heavy, noisy, splotchy and clogged. And I spend more time cleaning it then spraying with it. The Wagner is well worth the price, especially considering rental prices. Read the directions, thin the paint if you have to, and enjoy. It's really not that bad of a product. Seriously.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great till it broke
(...)The Pro's

Good coverage and clean spray
Love the backpack, although I filled it close to the top and the fill line is about half way. W/ it that full it's heavy to carry, but cuts the filling time in half. I never used it as a backpack, just carried it by the straps.

COns

Within a month, I heard a rattling in the housing and when I shook it around, a piece of metal came falling out. Wagner told me I could go back to HD and they'd replace it so I'll see how good the return policy is today.
I had trouble when I used a primer (Kilz 2) It clogged more and I just couldn't seem to get it to run well (maybe it was due to the piece that ended up breaking off?)
I also had a problem with too much paint coming back out of the collar, although everything seemed to be tight (could be that broken piece contributed again.)
Otherwise when I used latex (Glidden Speedcoat), it was great. The paint did need some thinning.
Clean up's a pain, but no more so than other sprayers, and hey, cleaning rollers and brushes isn't a blast either.
Standard cautions--lots of spray, cover what you don't want painted. A little noisy on the high level.

In summary, great until it broke.

1-0 out of 5 stars terrible waste of time and money - zero stars
I would give zero stars, but Amazon does not allow it. To start, the unit takes almost a minute to prime the pump. That means it's pumping air and sounds like a mini-jackhammer. In my 10x12 bedroom with hardwood floors, this starts a headache immediately. With primer, it took 45 minutes and two applications to cover a 6ft. wide section of wall. The racket was enormous. I had to close the door because my wife was screaming. Had to open the window to breathe (overspray fills a small room with paint fog). The pump was so loud that I could hear the echo come from the end of the cul-de-sac for about three seconds after I turned it off. There were white flecks on everything. I spent three hours cleaning the tubes, paint container, sprayer, et al., just so that I could return it without complaints. I used paint rollers and brushes and finished the rest of the room in two hours. Now, my wife thinks I'm a freak because I scream at the misleading commercials on TV. I use powertools all the time. The only tools louder are my 15-amp chop saw (dims the lights) and my hammer drill used to drill through brick walls and concrete.

5-0 out of 5 stars QUESTION
Does anyone have the 800 number for Wagner? I have a customer service question and I can't find it anywhere! THANKS! ... Read more


10. 0280010 4.2GPH POWER PAINTER

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Asin: B0007UTJ50
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: WAGNER SPRAY TECH CORP.
Sales Rank: 17823
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Product Description

mfg by: WAGNER SPRAY TECH CORP. POWER SPRAYER Applies latex stains & oil base paint and stain Applies water sealers and wood preservatives 4.2 gallon per hour Includes the following: Spray tips - .8mm and stain Extra atomizer valve Viscosity cup 0280010 4.2GPH POWER PAINTER ... Read more


11. Wagner Power Products 0155206 9" x 3/8" Roller Cover

our price: $6.29
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Asin: B00004TUDT
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 11076
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Features

  • Designed for Wagner 929, 949 and 959, PaintMate and StainMate
  • 3/8" polyester blend nap designed for smooth surfaces
  • Can be washed and used at a future time
  • 9" roller length

12. Wagner 0510180 WallMagic Designer Marble Dual Roller Kit
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B000140BEK
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Spray Tech Corp
Sales Rank: 15550
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Features

  • Easy and fun to use
  • Roller create effect of stone marble
  • Kit includes dual roller, marble roller covers, brush, two-color tray, and instructional CD Rom

13. Wagner 0278240 DIAPHRAGM

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Asin: B00069PBBS
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner
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Features

  • Part for models 435 and 3566

14. Wagner 10070 750/755/775 HEATING ELEMENT

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Asin: B00069PBWW
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner
Sales Rank: 7182
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Features

  • Part for Heat Guns

15. Wagner 0515221 INLET VALVE SEAL FOR MODEL 770

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Asin: B0006A02A2
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner
Sales Rank: 27687
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Features

  • Inlet Valve Seal Kits are quick and easy to replace.

16. Wagner Power Products 0272910 5" Suction Set
list price: $0.00
our price: $14.19
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Asin: B00004TUDA
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 13310
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Features

  • 5-foot dual line suction set
  • For use with Wagner's 168 Power Stainer, 220, 305 and 315 Power Painter
  • Includes adapters for all styles of Wagner's Power Stainers and Power Painters
  • Draw paint or stain directly from the can

17. Wagner Power Products 315Two-Speed Power Painter with Back Pack (2400 PSI)

our price: $146.99
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Asin: B00004TUCH
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 14190
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ideal for small to large painting and staining projects around the house
  • Sprays thin to thick materials
  • Suction set included to draw paint or stain directly from the can or the included backpack
  • One year limited warranty

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars One Good Painter
I have painted 4 house's, inside and out with the Wagner 315, with nearly any problems, the volumizer works just like a high end machine. The coverage was about middle of the road, cleanup a snap, so unless your a professional, The wagner wagner 315 will work for ye.

3-0 out of 5 stars Works as advertised,
Painting is an odieous task. Keep in mind that there are no shortcuts especially inside the house. This little painter (315 2000psi))worked where I needed it to. It saved hours when painting in tight spaces (Hall and walk-in closets). The time saved doing the closets alone made the purchase worth it. SAVES PAINT TOO big time. Read and follow the instructions!

Some pointers:

DO NOT BUY IT FROM AMAZON!!! Its $68 cheaper at Home Deepot. For the better model too (2400 -vs.- 2000psi)! I need to contact them about this deceptive bit of advertizing above they list it as 2400psi.

1) I used Beyr Premium Plus Ultra Flat $100 for 5 gallons and worth it too. Covers even cracks in one pass.
2) Using the 315 I had to thin the paint about 1cup h2o per gallon. If you don't it will clog your lines faster than a greasy steak with clog your arteries. THIN Your paint!!!
3) Roll first spray last. Leaving the 315 alone for a couple minutes is fine anything longer and you will have to break it down and clean it as it clogs quick.
4) Get some ear plugs.

Other things to consider at time of purchase.
Do buy another 2 sets of feed lines, once they clog you are screwed, they are cheap buy two. Invest in another wide angle applicator tip. Trust me, after you fail to properly thin your paint and hopelessly clog the supply line you will also mess up your tip. plus its fast to just swap it out while the other one soaks. Keep it lubed and clean your lines by spraying water to clear up the piston and valving and hoses before you dig in for the clean up!

Over all I love this little gun. Besides getting ripped off on the pricing and bait and switch on the model ratings by amazon. I am satisfied. It makes a cool sound when when it draws paint and you can be confident of a good even spray job.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wagner Model 315 Wide Shot
The Wagner Model 315 that I recently got is actually 2600 psi and has 4 speeds.I suspect that's the latest version, but you should verify that.

My first reaction was complete disappointment after using it once.I had tons of over-spray and drips and wound up repainting with a brush.But the second time I used it and every time since, I've had good luck with it.It takes some getting used to, but it definitely results in getting the job done quicker and better, especially when painting any complex shapes.For example, it makes painting louvred shutters a snap.Whatever time it takes to mask things off, is made up for by how quick you can get the actual painting done as compaired with a brush.Note, however, I have never used it on interior walls just because the opportunity hasn't come up yet and I'm not sure that spraying is that much faster than a roller for large flat surfaces.

I have never had to thin latex paints (that's all I've used with it so far).You do need to mask areas you wish to keep paint off of.There is over-spay as there is with any sprayer.It does seem to drip at times, so have a brush nearby in case you need to smooth out a drop on the surface you're painting.Using it at half power really helps limit over-spay as you can get closer to what your're spraying.You must be sure that paint container always has enough paint in it so that the suction tube doesn't start sucking air which results in splattering.

If you draw paint right from the can, you might want to make a cover for the can in case it tips over.I used a clean paint can cover and cut little out of the edge big enough for the siphon hose and clamp to fit through.I used some duct tape to cushion the edges of the metal so it won't cut the hose.If the can tips over, it will leak out, but I'll be able to right the can before it becomes a disaster. I'm surprised Wagner doesn't provide something like this.

Overall, it's a handy tool.Quite easy to clean.The resulting paint job looks MUCH better and more uniform than brush painting.If you get one, don't get discouraged after trying it once.Keep at it and you will never regret getting it.

The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because of the occasional dripping and because the siphon hose seems to be difficult to clean.The inside rinses clean easily, but the paint seems to like to stick to the outside once it dries.Latex paint (even dried) is easily cleaned from all other parts.

1-0 out of 5 stars horrible
I decided to try the 2600 psi 4 speed model despite what I've heard.Initially the paint spattered, the painter wouldn't stay primed, and it was marginally faster than a roller on the T-111 i was attempting to cover.After a half hour into spraying the exterior of my barn with Behr Premium Plus, the power painter caught fire internally.While smoke was rolling out the housing, I managed to blow it out.Obviously this was returned to Lowes and exchanged.After talking to one of the sales people in the paint department, I was informed the Wagner power painters, even the 2600 psi model, were not robust or powerfulenough to handle better quality (thicker)exterior paints and my incident was not a suprise to him.That in mind, he recomended to at least try the Wagner Paint Crew and to try thinning with Flotrol.This seemed to do the trick.I'll reserve my review on this product after the barn is painted

3-0 out of 5 stars Power painter wide shot.
Ok I,ll put my two bits in,and be fair. Its allright.
I used a special extension and tip for a small bedroom cieling, and was very impressed. you see if you tilt it you will have problems. so the extensionis bendable (90 degrees, yes reallyy!)I sprayed a dark blue color for a friend. It took 2 coats (1 coat tinted RL primer, and 1 coat satin behr. Its better to do 2 finish coats making a total of three. Anyhow it covered great and fast. The problem was when I ran out of paint then it spattered. I used flowtrol paint condiotioner and some water. I didn't strain my paint. I think its a great idea to strain your paint and is in one of the other comments. I took my time covering everything up and taping. I recommend paper and plastic. Deffinetly wear a mask. A couple of tips, that help. Make sure everthing is tight. the vibration from the machine makes the parts come loose. Oil the little rod or piston with gun oil.And cover the case with vaseline. It will make it easy to wipe it off later and be good as new.
Also, I work for the Home Depot and, I am very critical if something does not work and I am happy with my sprayer. Good luck all.
Robert
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18. Wagner 0272109 SUCTION TUBE WITH FILTER

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Asin: B00069PA0A
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner
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Features

  • Part for models 90-110 watts or 1600-2100 psi Cup Guns

19. Wagner Power Products 220Power Painter - One Speed - 1600 PSI

our price: $94.49
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Asin: B00004TUCF
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Power Products
Sales Rank: 14203
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ideal for small to medium painting projects around the house
  • Sprays thin to medium materials
  • Suction set included to draw paint or stain directly from the can
  • One year limited warranty

Reviews (11)

3-0 out of 5 stars After much frustration...
...I finally finished the job after 1.) switching to the quart container and ditching the tubes that fed into a gallon can 2.) adding the Floetrol additive from Home Depot to prevent the clogging & splattering3.) called Wagner for support. I do have to say Wagner's support was excellent. That's the only reason I gave it 3 stars instead of 2. I agreed to try a few things before requesting a replacement unit although I probably didn't have to. The rep gave me her direct extension and needless to say, I did end up calling her back and requesting the replacement. This was before I added the Floetrol which made all the difference in the world. I'd also learned not to hold the button down for more than 8-10 seconds at a time. You can't leave the unit sitting for more than 3 - 4 minutes or the paint will dry and clog it up. A quick rinse of the internal parts fixed that, but it was a pain. I ended up finishing the job with the old unit. A brand new unit arrived from Wagner the next day. All in all, I'm glad I had it, despite the problems. A brush or roller would have taken much, much longer. This review is on the 2-speed 2200 PSI version.

1-0 out of 5 stars Wagner Power Sprayers
I purchased the 2400-PSI spray painter, and wanted to let you know I found the product dreadful.(The lower power 1600-PSI would be even worse with this problem).

Without warning, the spray would start "spitting".I spent hours of effort and time making spray adjustments; making sure the can was full; making sure the sprayer was level; using different attachments; cleaning the heads; with no improvement.I am confident they manufacture an inferior product and could not recommend this to anyone.With all the mess and time of cleanup, I was further convinced I wasted my money.

I came to grips that their product was useless when I realized I was painting as much with my roller fixing the blotches, as I was spray painting.I put away the painter, grabbed my roller and painted two rooms in about 1/2 the time, with a lot less mess to clean up.

After sharing my experience with some friends, several said that is typical of the product.(Too bad the advertising leads one to believe otherwise.)Sorry, but I will discourage anyone I talk to from buying a Wagner paint product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Most useless tool I've ever purchased.
I originally purchased this sprayer to stain my deck and cedar sided house.It was a nightmare from the beginning.The unit will not draw the stain out of the bucket unless the bucket is held above the sprayer.Tried every nozzle, every tip, every setting with no luck.Finally discovered that it would work but if I only used the small paint container and diluted the stain to water viscosity.I then ended up spending more time adding paint to the container than I did painting.

Cleaning the unit is also horrible.It must be totally disassembled and pipe cleaners used to get all the paint out of the passages, otherwise it will be totally clogged.It clogs even while in use.

Advertises 1600 psi. and "warning injection danger;"HA what a joke, my children have toy squirt guns that deliver more pressure.

Like an idiot I thought that I had a bad unit so purchased the fix up parts (piston repair kit, o-rings) and rebuilt the thing.That was throwing good money after bad.Still doesn't work right.

I still thought perhaps I was doing something wrong and mentioned it to some friends. Two of them related the very same story.Have written to the manufacturer and gotten no response. This unit is a piece of junk.Worst tool investment I've ever made.

1-0 out of 5 stars Three words

Don't even bother.I tried one of these to paint the latice on my deck which is a pain to paint by hand.I tried everything, adjusting the flow, thinning the paint, adjusting the head etc.I could get this thing to spray in a mist pattern for a few seconds and then it would start shooting a uneven mist with a jet in the middle, like a weak water pistol.I played with this thing for hours and all I wound up doing is wasting about a half gallon of paint.

Crap.

4-0 out of 5 stars It's all in your technique
I have six sets of louvered doors that needed to be painted. My past experience with a brush told me it was an enormous task. So I bought the Wagner spray painter. I've never used a sprayer before. Here's what I learned:
* Spattering was my biggest problem the first time around. The latex paint I was using would clog after 5 or 10 minutes of inactivity (while waiting for a coat to dry). It was awful. The solution: I used Floetrol from Home Depot mixed at 6 oz per quart and added a few ounces of water. I also got an old toothbrush and brushed the nozzle between coats. No spattering.
* Paint fog painted some items I hadn't intended. I did this in my garage and even with plastic and drop cloths I managed to get paint on the floor and my wife's garden tools. (Big problem!). The next time I used more drop cloths and more plastic. No problem.
* Coverage can range from too light to too heavy. Here's the main thing I learned -- It's all in your technique. If you get up close as recommended ( 10 to 12 inches, I think ) you have to balance the speed of your motion with the distance away. If you're close and a bit slow you get too much paint. If you're back a bit, not enough. If you're too fast, not enough. Make sure you've got decent lighting. I thought I was doing perfectly only to discover I had put too much paint on once I reopened my garage door.
* Cleanup really isn't that bad. Just get the parts into soapy water as soon as you're finished and use a toothbrush and one of those sponges with the green side for scrubbing.
* Overall, you can do a great job. As often is the case, you'll get good at it just as you finish. ... Read more


20. Wagner MMI1100 Data Collection Moisture Meter
list price: $380.00
our price: $322.99
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Asin: B00009LI40
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Wagner Electronics
Sales Rank: 20422
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The Wagner Data Collection moisture meter is a far cry from the old analog, two-pin moisture readers we’re used to seeing. First of all, the pins are gone, and instead, electromagnetic waves measure moisture content of rough or finish-grade wood, anywhere from 5- to 30-percent. The manufacturer says the meter is best suited for wood thicknesses from 3/4-inch to 1-1/2 inches, though when we tried one in our warehouse, we had no trouble getting a reading on stouter pieces of pine. The meter’s memory will store up to 50 moisture readings for review, the high and low readings as well as an average--all great features for those in the quality control field. There’s more wood in the world than pine, of course, and the included code book provides the numbers for the user to program in a huge variety of woods, including purpleheart, mahogany, the range of oaks, and more. It’s compact, lightweight and easy to use.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Hold feature
  • Non-damaging
  • Selectable species settings
  • No manual corrections needed
  • Stores 50 readings and displays the High, Low & Average.

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