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Wagner HT1000 1200-Watt Heat Gun
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Wagner

HT1000 1200-Watt Heat Gun

  • Easy to use
  • Temperature gage built in the handle
  • 2 fan speed settings
$19.08 /each

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Wagner's HT1000 is a basic heat tool designed to apply focused heat for projects such as removing paint, thawing pipes and loosening rusted bolts. It produces 1200-Watt/4100 BTU's of heating power. The HT1000 has two temperatures and fan speeds settings to adjust to specific heating needs.

  • 750-degree F and 1000-degree F temperature setting for various project needs
  • Easy to use temperature switch built into the handle
  • Two fans speeds for heating control
  • Corrosion resistant nozzle and integrated hanging hook
  • Rugged and light-weight handle
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does it come with battery and charger?

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No, it plugs into a power outlet only
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No. It has an electric cord.
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It is corded.
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July 8, 2014
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No. Plug in device to 110V. So no battery to run down, no extra batteries to replace, no charger to wait for or go bad. I find an extension cord cheaper than a battery pack.
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April 29, 2014
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No it is electric, has about a 4 ft cord. Should have a heavy duty extention cord.
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No, It may need an extension cord (an outdoor extension cord) because it gets hot if you use an indoor cord.
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No. Plug it in to the wall or extension cord
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January 23, 2014
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No need for battery or charger.the heat gun runs on 110 volt Electrical house oulet is all that's needed.just like a blow dryer.just allot hotter
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Does it come with battery and charger?

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It is corded.
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January 15, 2015
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No - this item is corded, and the cord isn't terribly long so that's another strike against it.
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August 21, 2014
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no, just the gun, plugs in to an outlet.
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the model I got is wall plug only
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Not a battery operated device. Needs to be plugged into an electrical outlet.
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by default, no.
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December 27, 2013
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The HT1000 is not a battery operated unit, but rather is corded and will need to be plugged directly into a wall outlet or through a quality extension cord.
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is this heat gun good for removing old vinyl self stick tiles

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January 15, 2015
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Definitely! Anything that has a sticky backer to it can be made easier to remove by heating with this gun. Just be careful not to overheat as you'll be dealing with scorched materials, some smoke, and over-sticky residue left on your sub-floor.
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August 21, 2014
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Yes, it worked for me
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Cannot answer specifically, but I used to remove the vinyl letters to the name on my boat. Again, they are also vinyl, adhesive backed. Gun heated the vinyl enough to easily pull away from the adhesive without over-heating and puckering the LP paint the lettering was applied to. I would estimate the age of the lettering at 20 yrs +-.
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I would think so, gets pretty hot. Watch how long you hold it in one spot. Can melt surface.
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Yes, the vinal I had was coming up with such ease, all we needed was the heating gun and either a knife or something similar (flat metal item) as you heat it, use knife like item to get under it and it will come up with ease. Also use gloves (to make sure your hands won't get sticky or too hot) as you pull it up.
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Yes, the vinal I had was coming up with such ease, all we needed was the heating gun and either a knife or something similar (flat metal item) as you heat it, use knife like item to get under it and it will come up with ease. Also use gloves (to make sure your hands won't get sticky or too hot) as you pull it up.
Also, if you have to go too far from an outlet, get an extension cord (usually an outdoor power cord). One tile may take upto 3-5 minutes at worst case scenario, pending on how you handle it. Also, start on the corners and start waving the heat back and forth as you scrape it up.
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Should work fine.i bought and used it to remove the window tint from my daughters car.
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December 9, 2013
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The HT1000 will be helpful in heating up and softening old adhesives, allowing for easier removal.
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Does it work like a blow dryer with some wind when it's blowing heat

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Yes. Just don't actually use it as a blow dryer on your head!
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Yes, it's like a super heated hair dryer
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January 29, 2016
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Yes, this has a blower.
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January 21, 2016
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Not quite, a blow dryer will produce a substantial airflow to distribute heat over a wide range, and a heat gun will produce just enough airflow to move the heat to the area immediately forward of the nozzle in order to concentrate it.
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HT1000 1200-Watt Heat Gun is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 93.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good product/good price very good product - i use this in my art (encaustic, with beeswax) and it is simple, lightweight and safe to use.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heat Gun Awesome tool! Used it to heat lead jig heads before powder process. Recommend this tool.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as described I bought this mainly for working with Plastic and occasionally other things. It blows hot air as it's supposed to. However I guess for the price you can't expect perfect. Upon reading the manual learned that there are several attachments available (NOT) upon internet search for the nozzles necessary for my usage find the items are not readily available. Only 2 places I found online that carry the attachments. However, using 1.5" - 3/4" slip fit copper or steel reducers in the plumbing aisle serves as the concentrator nozzle. If you flatten the end you get the flare nozzle. So not a total loss. For 24$ it is a great item. For that I do recommend.
Date published: 2015-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Heat Gun Bought this Heat gun to remove glued PVC joints, it worked great. Heated up quickly and got the job done.
Date published: 2016-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Heat Gun The heat gun performs as expected by heating the paint buildup so I can strip it off with one scraping with little effort. We are stripping the paint off wood work in our condo that was built in 1954. It was a rental unit until we bought it in 2002. There is multiple layers of paint on the woodwork making it about 1/16" thick. The primer is failing and in places the paint is chipping off making the surface rough so we decided to remove it to bare wood and start over. We tried chemical stripper and it took several days to strip all the paint off and about 1/2 hr to remove the same area using the heat gun. This is the second HT1000 we purchased so my wife and I can work at the same time. I would recommend that work gloves be worn when using it to prevent burns.
Date published: 2015-10-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Only worked for 20 minutes before dying.... At first, this seemed like a great heat gun. I was going to use to remove a full car wrap (if you heat the wrap it breaks the glue's bond and it comes off like butter, well almost). It worked very well for about 15 minutes of continuous use. I then used the gun in a new spot for 5 minutes and again it worked great. On the third time I went to fire it up it wouldn't turn on. I thought it might just need to cool off, but it never turned back on. Might have been defective - I'll return and upgrade.
Date published: 2016-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great and low price Used this tool to heat a glued PVC pipe fitting to remove the cut pipe from the inside of a PVC "T" fitting. I was then able to glue a new piece of pipe into the "T" fitting and repair the sprinkler line. Watched this technique on a YouTube. Beat the heck out of digging a huge hole and replacing the "T" joint with other pipe and couplers. I can see how this heat gun would work on other glued items, shrink tubing for electrical repairs, stripping paint, etc. I recommend it. Works very well and a low price.
Date published: 2015-09-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent for my job. Actually using this to construct props for our annual Haunted House. A little early, but have many uses for it, primarily shrinking 7 mil dropcloths around skulls, bones, skeletons. Excellent for the jobs I have for it.
Date published: 2016-02-22
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