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Stanley Trigger-Feed Standard Dual-Melt Glue Gun
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Stanley

Trigger-Feed Standard Dual-Melt Glue Gun

$1497 /each

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Ease is the number one rule when it comes to Fastening. Stanley has made slecting and storing fasteners hassle-free with color coded packaging for accurate identification in the store. The packages are reusable, full-visibiltiy cases for durability on the work site.

  • Spring-loaded handle ejects rivet stem automatically
  • Full rubber grip absorbs shock and protects hand
  • Extra large fluted handles for maximum comfort and torque
  • Convenient fold down stand
  • Fold-out stand for handy storage while in use
  • Uses standard 45 in. size glue sticks: GS15DT, GS20DT, GS25DT, GS230S, GS260A GS264BK, GS500, GS500BK glue sticks

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I plug this in a 220 volts? Thanks

Asked by: Marvin
No, The tool is rated for 120V.
Answered by: SBD_Product Expert
Date published: 2017-04-12

Does this thing actually work? Then How? Mine does Not.

Nothing comes out of the tip / working end. All of the melted glue comes out the entrance / loading end. Waiting more than 20 minutes and nothing but a bloody mess. No functionality at all. So what am I missing here? It seems as though the device is blocked, clogged up with some sort of a blockage. Is that normal? Unit heats up, glue sticks go in the loading, Nothing comes out the tip, Melted glue comes pouring out the loading place with a hot sticky mess. My only assumption is a defective unit with some sort of blockage in the heating end of the device.
Asked by: Phil
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Customer Reviews

Trigger-Feed Standard Dual-Melt Glue Gun is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Gun! This is not a mini stick gun! .45 diam Most of the bad reviews seen to be from people using mini sticks with the gun. Works great with Full size sticks.
Date published: 2015-02-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Semi-working Glue Gun Sometimes you need to plug and unplug the gun when it does not heat up after 4 minutes. I also turn the temperature switch from high to low and then back to high. Voila! the gun would then work.
Date published: 2016-06-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not work We purchased this glue gun since it seemed to be a higher end tool than the cheap glue guns. After making sure to follow all of the instructions, the gun just didn't work. The glue sticks get jammed and end up melting and dripping out the back. Quite a mess. Thought the unit was defective and returned it. The second unit did the same thing. Maybe it's a problem with the tip. In any event, we went back to the older and cheaper glue gun to finish the project.
Date published: 2013-12-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wouldn't buy it again Item works but not well enough to recommend. Particularly annoying is the so-called "folding stand". When folded in storage position, least little disturbance will knock it off the tool requiring reinstalling it in its not -very-positively-registered position. That's after you find it if it falls away from your work position. Additionally, the stand when deployed to its use position does not present a wide enough stance to keep the tool upright dependably. Small disturbance from cord motion (or just about any contact) is enought to knock the tool over. Was attracted by tool's dual-temperature feature vwhich seems to work though I have used that feature only a few times. Can't comment on durability issues either - yet - suspect I may not as I will probably be looking for a better tool before long. Likely not from Stanley or from Home Depot. Would return it but suspect it will cost me more time and travel expense than the refund. Will probably keep it as a loaner. I realize there's a limit to what one should expect from a $13 item but as a long time tinkerer/handy person who owns quite a few tools made by (or at least branded as) Stanley - some over 80 years old passed to me by my father and grandfather - this one isn't doing much for the brand. Maybe it's more a commentary on the effect of the rise of the Business and Marketing Team over the Designers and Engineers when decisions are made to squander brand value by putting the brand on a tool that would be less disappointing if it just said "X" on the label.
Date published: 2015-09-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Odds of two bad guns I don't know if I'm incredibly unlucky, if I missed something in the instructions, or if this is a bad product. Steps I followed: 1. Plug into AC socket 2. Put one mini stick in the back 3. After about 5-6 minutes, the stick was going into the gun, and I put in a second stick as the instruction says (for first time use). 4. For the next 45 minutes to an hour, squeese trigger every so often. Try squeezing trigger 150 times (mix of slow and quick). Move gun to sunlight. Try pushing 2nd stick in gently with a screwdriver. 5. Get frustrated. Not a drop from the tip on either glue gun I purchased. Did I miss something, or is this just a dud product?
Date published: 2014-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great and effective product. When all other forms of adhesives failed, the hot glue gun was perfect for gluing beer bottle caps to a piece of plywood. Just needed a ring around the edges and a minute or two and the cap was on for good. Just need to be careful when using this cause its really easy to burn your fingers with the glue.
Date published: 2014-01-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of Money Returning this item. After inserting the glue stick waited the allotted 6 minutes and nothing. Inserted another and still nothing. By the time I gave up there is 3 glue sticks in this and still nothing coming out. I then changed the temperate from low to high and waited again still nothing. A total waste of time and money and the ultimate waste is the amount of travel time to return this.
Date published: 2014-11-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Stanley Glue gun I have had this glue gun for about 3 months. I use it in a high pack work environment where I get payed by the job. I figured Stanley makes good tools why not give it a try. First off the plastic leg support would not stay on or in place so I glued it in the open position. Problem solved just a pain to store. Then after about a week was in full swing working set it down to cut some pieces went to pick it up and the plastic foot was broke off. ( I was the only person in the room.) Fix glue it back on. Now after 2 months of use glue is leaking out of the seams in the front. Guess Stanley needs to go back to the drawing board and fix the leg problems maybe a metal stand of some type like now companies.
Date published: 2014-10-30
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