Model # FPR300N

Internet #202510843

Ryobi Duet 1-gal. Power Painting System with HVLP Sprayer FPR300N-DISCONTINUED
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Discontinued Ryobi

Duet 1-gal. Power Painting System with HVLP Sprayer FPR300N-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The Ryobi Duet Power Paint System is the only unit in its class that is versatile enough to be used as a roller and a finish sprayer. This innovative system allows two users to roll and do trim work simultaneously. The system uses the patented FLUID Technology delivery system so users can place any standard one gallon container in the unit and experience continuous painting without refilling. The technology also eliminates the need for dilution so set-up is a cinch, and once the job is complete, a reversible pump helps simplify the clean-up process.

Product Overview

Model #: FPR300N
Internet #: 202510843

The Ryobi Duet Power Paint System is the only unit in its class that is versatile enough to be used as a roller and a finish sprayer. This innovative system allows two users to roll and do trim work simultaneously. The system uses the patented FLUID Technology delivery system so users can place any standard one gallon container in the unit and experience continuous painting without refilling. The technology also eliminates the need for dilution so set-up is a cinch, and once the job is complete, a reversible pump helps simplify the clean-up process.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
18.31
Product Height (in.)
18.110
Product Width (in.)
13.78

Details

Accessories Included
Yes
Paint Product Type
HVLP
Paint Sprayers Product Type
HVLP
Product Weight (lb.)
20.1lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
18.31
Product Height (in.)
18.110
Product Width (in.)
13.78

Details

Accessories Included
Yes
Paint Product Type
HVLP
Paint Sprayers Product Type
HVLP
Product Weight (lb.)
20.1lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Reviews

Duet 1-gal. Power Painting System with HVLP Sprayer FPR300N-DISCONTINUED is rated 2.2 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Clarifying Cindy's Review I hope this does not offend Cindy, but I thought her review had a lot of important information, so I took the liberty of cleaning it up to be easier to read: "I was really skeptical after reading all the negative reviews, but if you go by reviews, all sprayer painter systems get nothing but bad reviews. The sprayer is a 2 finger sprayer, which means you should rest both your first finger and middle finger. They will rest beautifully on this sprayer. The cut-in tool and roller are a bit deceiving, they have a trigger on them that has a really hard spring, however, you only need to use this trigger to prime the unit. You have to hold the trigger in do get paint to go through the tubes, otherwise there is air in the tubes that the unit can't push paint through, then the paint flows naturally. The trigger goes down and the nob goes up. You never have to push it again, in fact, I did my whole deck with stain using the cut-in tool and touched the trigger only 2 times to fill in cracks. Everything has a place to store on the unit. The roller and handle and sprayer hang off of the back, and the other cut-in tool stores on the handle of the unit, and the hoses and corner accessory go in side of the bucket, and when you need to stop between coats, fill the bucket up with water and put your sprayer or cut-in tool in the bucket, then press out the water from the cut-in tool on the ground and the sprayer. The blower blows out all the water before you use it. Try to do that with a hand held sprayer, bet you can't. I have a paint stick and they recommend to wrap your tools with plastic wrap. You can do that with the roller. This is a typical Ryobi tool, excellent quality at a really reasonable price. I own nothing but Ryobi tools because I have had the rest and threw them out, now I own the best. Here is the main thing you have to remember about paint systems, there is no system made to date that will spray or apply paint straight out of the can. This product says that it does, however you don't have to thin the pant if you are using the roller or the cut-in tool, but you absolutely have to thin the paint for using the sprayer, otherwise it will just basically spit the paint out in blobs. The paint should be mixed to the consistency of water to spray properly. I pretty much figured that if you need a gallon of paint, buy a quart and an empty gallon can, then pour the quart into the gallon can and fill with water. I realize that that is excessive amount of water, the recommended mixture is about 1 cup of water to 1 gallon of paint, however, I have ben painting store interiors for the last 20 years and the best finish is like putting on wax on a floor, lots of light coats makes for a fantastic finish. I like the paint to spray like a can of paint, like Rustolem. The other thing is that not all paints are alike, if you're buying Home Depot paints, none of them are really any good for sprayers. The thing to watch for in paints is if it dries right out of the can before you get it on a surface, that is garbage paint. No mater how much mixing you do, it will never go through any kind of equipment. The best paint is Sherwin Williams paint, it is a smooth paint right out of the can. The next paint to select is Bhear paint from Home Depot. Don't even try to use Glidden paint, or Paint Pot paint, those paints are in my opinion the worst paints on the market. One more piece of advice for this tool is, before you put the paint can into the unit, put a paper towel down because when you pull the can out to clean, it will drip, guaranteed. Then when you are done, make sure to take that paper towel and wipe the paint off of the tubes at the top of the unit that go into the can, because paint builds up on that. If that is not cleaned you will lose suction and it will not work the next time you use it."
Date published: 2011-12-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Had high hopes Thought it would save time, not having to worry about a pan in the floor and it sounded easy to clean. Tried it twice just in case I wasn't doing something right the first time. Must have something wrong with it because I can't believe anyone would market that piece of junk. It left streaks on the wall, dripped on the floor, and took an hour to clean. Since I was doing a job out of town, I purchased a roller kit. worked great (although I will have to roll twice to cover those streaks) and clean up was throw it in the trash! I did not try the sprayer, but then I didn't buy if for the sprayer and I am returning it.
Date published: 2011-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I bought this to stain our fence. I used Behr semi-transparent & the sprayer. After adjusting the spray screw to a fine mist, it sprayed great. Only had to clean it twice after 5 gals of stain. I've used professional sprayers & have to clean them about the same amount. This unit cleaned up with just warm water & took about 30 minutes. Trust me I hate to paint but this unit made it much more pleasurable. Last time I stained the same fence we used the same stain but a garden sprayer & there was a lot of waste in over spray. I highly recommend this product to anyone.
Date published: 2011-07-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works ok We just purchased a new home and had lots of painting to do. I saw this online and thought it could really save us some time. Pros- price - faster than a roller and tray. clean up is very easy. two people can use at the same time. Cons - the sprayer doesnt work at all unless you want glogs of paint everywhere. the triggers on the rollers are very hard to press down. after about 15min of using it your hand will hurt since it need to be held down almost all the time. the paint flow is very slow even when turned to max. and Go PACKERS!
Date published: 2011-01-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dont Bother! Its horrible, Don't waste your time and money. Makes a mess and is a waste of paint. Not to mention Home Depot don't even carry any additional supplies for this in store! Return it quickly or save yourself the trouble and paint by hand.
Date published: 2011-01-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of money! I had read on other sites that this product got good reviews. It looked easy to use, easy to clean. What a disappointment. I had to squeeze so hard with the roller to get the paint to come out, my arm kept cramping, and I'm pretty strong. I thought I would have better luck with the sprayer. Nope. Right from the beginning, the thing spit, uneven paint application or just plain wouldn't come out.
Date published: 2011-01-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The product is easy to use, but has its faults. The trigger to control paint flow is very uncomfortable to keep pressed. The spring tension in it is way beyond comfort level and the flow control knob is right above the trigger, which makes it very hard to squeeze the trigger comfortably. Would have been nice to have a trigger lock on this, that would have saved me much grief. My paint roller attachment was also missing the plugs that go on each end of the roller paint applicator. Made for quite the mess when I first turned it on. It does not like the paint cans which have the pour spouts (Dutch Boy). Where the roller attachment connects to the handle is plastic. It flexed quite a bit during use. Makes me wonder how long it will last. Cleanup was kind of a mess, wished it would have came with that cleaning brush it said was not included. Other than the above, it worked well.
Date published: 2011-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best thing since sliced bread i was realy skeptical after reading all the negative reviews but if you go by reviews all sprayer painter systems get nothing but bad reviews the sprayer is a 2 finger sprayer winch means you should resat both your first finger and middle finger they will rest beautifully on this sprayer the cut in tool and roller are a bit deceiving they have a trigger on them that has a realy hard spring how ever you don't nead to ever use this trigger except to prime the unit you have to hold the trigger in do get paint to go through the tubes otherwise there is air in the tubs that the unit cant push paint through then the paint flows naturally you never have to push it again in fact i did my hole deck with stain using the cut in tool and never touched the triger but 2 times to fill in crack p.s the triger goes down and the nob goes up and yes every thing has a place to store on the unit the roller and handle and sprayer hang off of the back and the other cut in tool stores on the handle of the unit and the hoses and corner accessory go in side of the bucket and when you nead to stop between coats fill the bucket up with water and put your sprayer or cut in tool in the bucket then press out the water from the cut in tool on the ground and the sprayer the blower blows out all the water before you use it try to do that with a hand held sprayer bet you can't i have a paint stick and they recommend to wrap your tools with plastic wrap you can do that with the roller this is a typical ryobi tool exultant quality at a realy reasonable price i own nothing but ryobi tools because i have had the rest and threw them out now i own the best here is the main thing you have to remember about paint systems there is no system made to date that will spray or apply paint straight out of the can this product says that it does how ever you don't have to mix the pant if you are using the roller or the cut in tool but you absolutely have to mix paint for using the sprayer other wise it will just basically spit the paint out in blobs the paint should be mixed to the consistency of water to spray properly i pretty much figured that if you nead a gallon of paint buy a quart and a empty gallon then pour the quart into the gallon can and fill with water i realize that that is excessive amount of water the recommended mixture is about 1 cup of water to 1 gallon of paint how ever i have ben painting for the last 20 years store interiors and the best finish is like putting on wax on a floor lots of light coats makes for a fantastic finish i like the paint to spray like a can of paint like rustolem the other thing is that not all paints are alike if you are buying home depot paints none of them are realy any good for sprayers the thing to watch for in paints is if it dryes right out of the can before you get it on a surface that is garbage paint no mater how much mixing you do it will never go through any kind of equipment the best paint is sherwin williams paint it is a smooth paint right out of the can the next paint to sellect is bhear paint form home depot don't even try to use glidden paint or paint pot paint those paints are in my opinion the worst paints on the market one more piece of advice for this tool is before you put the paint can into the unit put a paper town down because when you pull the can out to clean it will drip guaranteed then when you are done make sure to take that paper towel and wipe the paint off of the tubes at the top of the unit that go into the can because paint builds up on that if that is not cleaned you will lose suction and it will not work the next time you use it
Date published: 2011-09-22
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