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Flexio 590 HVLP Paint Sprayer Kit

$149.97 /each
  • Easily applies a number of liquids
  • Innovative Lock-n-go feature
  • Durable

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The Wagner Flexio 590 is an indoor/outdoor hand-held sprayer kit for all projects. The X-Boost turbine produces unmatched power and provides adjustable control, full coverage, and low overspray. The Flexio 590 comes with two nozzles to meet the needs of any project. The iSpray nozzle delivers a professional finish spaying broad surfaces with residential unthinned paints. The Detail Finish nozzle is ideal for small projects and fine finishing. The Flexio provides advanced user comfort being 50% quieter and 20% lighter than traditional airless sprayers.

  • Sprays an 8 ft. by 10 ft. surface in 1-5 minutes and can spray up to 8 gal. per hour
  • iSpray nozzle is designed without wear parts extending the usable life
  • Includes 1 year warranty
  • iSpray nozzle adjustments include horizontal or vertical and wide or narrow patterns, detail finish nozzle has round, horizontal, and vertical pattern options
  • X-Boost turbine generates 3 times the power of comparable sprayers
  • Sprays un-thinned latex (water-based) and oil based coatings
  • Lock-n-go system separates the turbine from the nozzle assembly for easy cleaning and color change
  • Material flow control on the trigger adjusts flow rate for coating speed and project size
  • 1-1/2 qt. cup covers up to 125 sq. ft.
  • Users experience less fatigue with ergonomic handle grip, 50% quieter, and 20% lighter design
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Does it have a hose accessory that can go into a gallon or 5 gallon can of paint or is it limited to just the cup it comes with?

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October 18, 2015
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Hi Hag, This sprayer is limited to the spray cup. The cup is under pressure and that allows the paint to be drawn through the sprayer. I like the Flexio 590 but you do have to refill often on a large project like a fence.
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No it did not. I also don't think you could even rig it to do it either.
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September 28, 2013
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No, the Flexio depends on partially pressurizing the cup -- if you want to feed right from the can, you need to look at a larger unit. But if you're doing a really big job, you would want something where the power unit isn't part of the sprayer -- it's a lot lighter.
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June 26, 2013
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Only the cup it comes with, but it does hold about a quart of paint..
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June 25, 2013
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The kit only includes the paint cups. You might want to consider an alternative Wagner product if you desire to draw paint from a larger container.
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May 31, 2013
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The kit does not come with one. From the way it works, I do not think you could make it work with one.
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May 30, 2013
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No, you are just limited to the cup that comes with the unit.
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May 30, 2013
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Because this is a pressurized air system, it is limited to the cup that is supplied.
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May 30, 2013
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The Flexio 590 and the 570 kit does not come with a hose assembly, nor is it offered as an option. There also is no mention of this feature within the operator's manual.
One would think you'd be able to just connect a length of hose to the bottom of the suction tube and that would enable you to utilize the paint gun as you describes however, seeing as there's no mention of this, I would tend to lean on
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The Flexio 590 and the 570 kit does not come with a hose assembly, nor is it offered as an option. There also is no mention of this feature within the operator's manual.
One would think you'd be able to just connect a length of hose to the bottom of the suction tube and that would enable you to utilize the paint gun as you describes however, seeing as there's no mention of this, I would tend to lean on the fact of the turbine motor now additionally working to draw paint along the length of this hose, that it would effect the overall quality of the sprayed material.
I would just utilize the provided cup. I just painted a 14'x12' workshop and didn't find the provided cup an issue at all.
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May 30, 2013
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The Flexio 590 is limited to drawing material directly out of the supplied container. This sprayer works by pressurizing a sealed container and this cannot be accomplished with an accessory put into a can or bucket of material.
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It's limited to the cup
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It is limited to the cups provided for the regular sprayer or the smaller cup that comes with the fine detail sprayhead.
I believe that the canister is slightly pressurized to force paint into the pickup, which would not be as easy to do for the price point with a longer tube and having to come up with some mechanism to seal/pressurize the other containers.
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It is limited to the cups provided for the regular sprayer or the smaller cup that comes with the fine detail sprayhead.
I believe that the canister is slightly pressurized to force paint into the pickup, which would not be as easy to do for the price point with a longer tube and having to come up with some mechanism to seal/pressurize the other containers.
However, I found just slapping a spout on the 1 gallon can, and having it close by, it really didn't interrupt the workflow much to unscrew, pour, rethread and start spraying again, plus it gives your arm and shoulder a little break from holding it... :) It took about 10 minutes to spray a small bedroom and that included 1 fill. Read Less
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the wagner flexio 590 can it paint cielings .

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May 19, 2013
going to paint my living room
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NO. Not unless you want to ruin the painter.
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Yes it can.
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I would stick to a roller for ceilings.
To get even coverage, a sprayer has to be held straight on to the surface -- no problem if you're painting a vertical surface like a wall. But you would have to point a sprayer straight up to cover a ceiling, and you're likely to get paint in parts of the sprayer where you don't want it to go. Also, the idea of standing directly under a cloud of paint mist isn't Read More
I would stick to a roller for ceilings.
To get even coverage, a sprayer has to be held straight on to the surface -- no problem if you're painting a vertical surface like a wall. But you would have to point a sprayer straight up to cover a ceiling, and you're likely to get paint in parts of the sprayer where you don't want it to go. Also, the idea of standing directly under a cloud of paint mist isn't my idea of a good time. ;o) Read Less
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June 26, 2013
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you can paint holding th3e gun on almost a 75degree angle... Ceilings are easy
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Based on my use of the product, you cannot tilt the unit back to be perpendicular with the ceiling. I would suggest the wagner ProCoat for that application.
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June 1, 2013
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Painted ceilings with no issue. Worked great for popcorn and textured ceiling as well. Just make sure suction tube is facing rear of paint container.
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Yes, it can. The paint cup has an adjustable pickup so you can use it on an up-angle. Make sure you follow the masking suggestions in the manual.
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May 30, 2013
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Yes, it can, but there is a significant amount of spray (as with any paint sprayer) so be careful if you aren't going to paint all the walls immediately afterwards!
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May 30, 2013
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Yes, the Flexio 590 will spray Ceiling Latex paint fine. The draw tube is angled and rotates to accommodate being able to spray in a downward or upwards holding direction.
As with any paint being sprayed, there is an amount of over spray involved, so ensure you spend the time to properly mask and cover areas you don't want over spray to land on.
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Technically yes it can but you're not supposed tilt the gun more than 45 degrees which would make painting a ceiling very difficult.
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Yes, it will paint ceilings just fine. Just adjust the paint pickup to point to the back of the cup. And mask thoroughly.
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May 20, 2013
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Yes, the Flexio 590 has an angled suction tube in the material container. As long as you angle it properly to keep it submerged in your material you shouldn't have any issues painting a ceiling.
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can you spray wicker outside furniture?

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If you're asking if the Flexio is suitable for use outdoors, the answer is yes.
If you're asking whether the Flexio is good for a irregular surface like wicker, again I would say yes -- I just finished painting the wooden lattice on my front porch, and it made quick and easy work of it.
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If you're asking if the Flexio is suitable for use outdoors, the answer is yes.
If you're asking whether the Flexio is good for a irregular surface like wicker, again I would say yes -- I just finished painting the wooden lattice on my front porch, and it made quick and easy work of it.
You might consider the size of the job: one small chair might be cheaper and easier to paint with a can or two of spray paint; but if you're talking about a bunch of chairs and a table, say, the Flexio could certainly get the job done, probably faster than with spray cans. Read Less
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yes you can.
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It depends on what you are spraying. For most paints, it will work just fine.
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June 26, 2013
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Yes, with a good latex paint this product would work great for that
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You should be able to spray wicker. Verify first that the paint you are choosing to apply is ok for use on wicker.
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June 22, 2013
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I certainly do not see why you would not be able too. This sprayer is very versatile with many, many options where other sprayers have issues with viscosity...this one certainly does not.
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Sure. Use the detail sprayer and slightly thin your paint, should work great.
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June 20, 2013
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Yes the iSpray and Detail Finish nozzle will both give you the ability to spray outside wicker furniture with ease...Just don't spray it on too thick. Better using 2 coats than one thick one.
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June 19, 2013
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Yes, I think spraying wicker is the most practical approach.
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June 10, 2013
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Yes, that is a perfect project to use the Flexio 590 for.
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does it come with a case

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Yes
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yes
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yes it does.
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Yes. It holds the sprayer and both nozzles.
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Yes, but it is not real sturdy.
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The sprayer did come with a case - with that said it is not a double wall durable case like a power tool comes in that has been designed to take the abuse of handling. The case is strictly a place to store everything in one spot. It does have a handle but given how thin the plastic is one trip in the back of a pick-up or similar I have every reason to suspect the case would crack and fail.
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The sprayer did come with a case - with that said it is not a double wall durable case like a power tool comes in that has been designed to take the abuse of handling. The case is strictly a place to store everything in one spot. It does have a handle but given how thin the plastic is one trip in the back of a pick-up or similar I have every reason to suspect the case would crack and fail.
The case is designed strictly for sitting on a shelf with the sprayer inside - it is not designed for anything else.
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Yes it does come with a case. It's not the most oooo ah case but it did come with one.
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April 28, 2014
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Yes the Flexio 590 does come in a carrying case.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 302 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for fence staining Bought this unit instead of one of the cheaper models as it has two spray containers (fine and general use), variable blower speed control and higher flow rate. Only used the fine spray container for staining my fence and it worked well. Overall, the unit isn't very loud, and READ THE DIRECTIONS so you understand details like pressing the trigger in partway to get the fan going and then depress it all the way to get the paint/stain spraying, You'll avoid spattering that way. Cleanup wasn't bad, even with paint thinner - took under ten minutes. I used this unit on two days to stain 150+ feet of 6 foot tall fencing. I spent about 4 hours, not including some setup and cleanup time. This was the first time I've ever used a spray unit and I'm pleased with the results and how easy it was to do finish a nice job. Definitely worth the money. September 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works great! I was always borrowing a friend of mine and decided I better by my own. With some thicker paints make sure you dilute it first. It will really make quick work of any job you have. Make sure to read the directions first. If it starts spitting out paint then you need to break it down and clean it. The only time I had to do that was after doing a really big job. Buy it you won't be disappointed! September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I'm loving the speed! I was painting with a roller for a client using old paint he wanted mixed together. coverage was awful and I could tell it would take many coats to come up with anything resembling decent. I decided to suck it up and attempt a paint gun. I found this one and after the extremely easy set up, was spraying in no time. PERFECT coverage even for the Frankenstein paint concoction! As long as your dials are adjusted properly, there is very little over spray. I'm pretty sure most of what little there was, was probably my lack of fine tuning with the paint flow rate and air adjustment; since this was my first time and over spray was better at times and worse at others (depending on knob adjustment). Best of all, clean up was a breeze! Overall, this is a fantastic product and I'm extremely pleased with its performance! September 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by verry disipointed and a waste of time and money I followed instructions , and had paint every where. The paint would not stop and dribaled out and would not stop comming out. Cleanup was a 1.5 hour job of just the spray gun. second time it was a 3 hour cleanup. I will be taking it back today. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It's a HPLV rig not a general purpose spray rig. This is a special application spray rig. You can't paint a house with it. It delivers paint very very slowly but in a highly controlled manner eliminating most over-spray problems. Set the air pressure too high you get splatter, set the flow to heavy you get orange peel. I had my heart set on a grayco but I needed a Wagner. It's cheap enough to bin when you finish a major project (and cheaper then renting) and does an excellent job. Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance. August 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome! Painted a bedroom in 30 mins! Excellent coverage!! Use latex paint w/ floetrel. Clean up was a breeze August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, but not for a novice I have a lot of experience with HVLP paint guns using oil base paint. I painted two airplanes using an air compressor, HVLP spray guns, and paint thinned with reducer. It was a breeze, and only took a little practice to make the outcome perfect. The big difference was that I could reach all surfaces to be painted while standing and walking around the subject. With this gun, using latex paint in three small rooms, I had to paint ceilings overhead on a stool or ladder, and walls either standing and reaching way up or on a step stool. But, when it comes down to the bottom of the wall, it's squatting to hold the gun level so the product pickup will pickup. I had the pickup in the paint container pointing rearward so as to pickup the product when angled at the top of the wall. Each time I started a new wall, the gun spit out material in lumps to the right and bottom of the nozzle. I'm sure that was my fault and not a deficiency in the gun, but there was no warning in the instructions about this. The bottom line is that, in my opinion, it's easier to paint with a roller. The big plus in using this gun is that one can get all the corners done (ceiling/wall; wall/wall) a lot easier and more efficient than with a brush, and use a roller on the wide flat surfaces. Very time consuming to clean up. August 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Reasonable paint sprayer for the money Nice sprayer for the money. Not a large volume reservoir, but would be heavy if it was much larger. You must always keep it upright to spray so some surfaces are a little more difficult to cover easily. Sprays pretty consistently. August 23, 2016
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