Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 18
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dandwdrywall Drywall Contractor / Painting
I have a Spy-tec 2190 (it's old) anyways it sprays .66 gpm. Unfortunately it was down, so I borrowed a friends sprayer. As luck would have it that did not work after setting up to spray a small job. So in my discuss I ran over to Home Depot and found this one. I admit I had some concern on the gpm. However I have found this is a awesome little sprayer and well worth the money. I have used it for 3 Month now and could not be more pleased. and the best part is it comes apart very easy for clean up and storage w/ its' collapsible frame a huge plse. As with any spray equipment clean up takes time 10 to 15 Min apx but as mentioned it comes apart easily to clean quickly. Could not brag enough about this sprayer.
September 24, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EZmoney Wish I would of purchased years ago.
This machine did a wonderful job. Use to take over 3 hrs to roll the railing inside and out around the pool and deck. this time it took longer to move the back drop I used then it did to spray the entire railing. and it looks great. I tried to borrow one last year from a friend and when I got it it didn't work. "wasn't cleaned properly" So this year i went a head and purchased one and man did it work great and save sop much time.. Can't wait to spray the barn to match the deck.
Great product, did the job very fast and simple clean up.
July 10, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Not for hot solvents
Don't buy this pump with the idea you're going to spray lacquer (or any other strong hot solvent coating). It will work for a while. The first thing to go is going to be the pickup tube. Eventually the packing's will be softened by the strong solvent. Buy it for what it's designed to spray. Latex...water based coatings. That's it.
June 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AlbanyHiker Missing tip on my sprayer as well
I had the same problem with a missing tip. Anyone buying this sprayer would do well to check for missing parts when purchasing. Had to spend an extra $25. Other than that, the sprayer and gun work great when all the parts are there.
May 30, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by tl Pure JUNK. Literally failed in 12 minutes
After reading poor reviews on this pump I figured it was people who had little to no experience with airless sprayers. I went ahead and bought the pump. BIG mistake. I thinned down the latex paint and strained it as I always do to help keep my pumps running smoothly. Started spraying. Pump spits at start of spray and end of spray (figured, what do I expect for so cheap). Well, literally 12 minutes into spraying the line suddenly looses pressure. That was it and it was done. FAILED. Finally got it to start priming again but poor pressure to the line would not even spray at all. Called Titan. Their "tech support" was worthless. After several phone calls following their instruction for their "easy fix" and 3 hours wasted, they finally tell me it needs repair and to take it to one of their authorized repair centers. Yeah right!! Just bought and it failed in 12 minutes, half a ceiling sprayed and a job to get done and I am going to take it in for repair? I dont think so! Returned it to Home Depot who had their tech check it out and he agreed. Unit failed and they promptly refunded payment.
March 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wulf Awesome Airless but wait till it goes on sale :)
I am a Journeyman painter and I've always used Graco. I though I would try this Titan model and haven't regreted it to date. Got it on sale for $299. before the discount expired.
The dual tip is priceless.
As a sprayer it is well worth it but with all sprayers you have to keep it cleaned and serviced everytime. This is normal.
1. It only comes with a 1' power cord.
2. Spray hose is only 25'. I have other hoses that I keep around @ 50' so I didn't use the stock hose.
3. There was NO red rubber handle on the top of the cart like in the picture.
4. Buy a spray whip :)
Other than that I highly recomend this sprayer.
June 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by davidwday Great sprayer at a great price
I bought this sprayer for $299 on sale. It has the larger motor, like the rest of Titan's line. Can't beat it, but know that it won't work well if you don't clean it!
March 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by justTim very nice
Bought this for small jobs around the house such as sealing a very long cedar fence, deck, and other such things requiring a stain/sealer, as well as many other painting projects requiring acrylic latex such as a garage door, some interior rooms, and some exterior painting of stucco surfaces. The first project I needed it for was a garden area surrounded by about 14 4x4 posts, a gate, and 5 raised beds (8' x 2') made from 2x12" timber. To keep waste to a minimum, I did order an additional 111 tip instead of using the supplied tip for this project. I plan to use the supplied tip for other projects requiring the spraying of acrylic latex. The 111 has a 2" pattern and small .011 orifice which seemed to be just right for the low viscosity stain/sealer.
What took over a gallon of sealer and nearly 3 hours to brush last year, took only about 30 minutes (plus 15 minutes cleanup) and 2 quarts of sealer this year. It does take a little over a pint to initially fill the system, but all of that can be recovered. I remember the sealer dripping off the brush all over my hand and the ground last year, making a real mess and wasting a lot of material. Things like raised beds can be difficult to paint with a brush and something as thin as sealer. The proper pressure setting, kept overs-pray to a minimum, and of course no drips or mess like with the brush. I could probably have done this job wearing a suit. It came out absolutely perfect. Had only two runs (easily cleaned up), due mostly to just "getting used to" the new equipment.
The sprayer is very quite, easy to adjust and handle, and easy to clean. I'm extremely pleased with this sprayer! Although I have many years experience spraying automotive finishes with suction-feed guns, this is my first experience with an airless system.
April 16, 2012