Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 30
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GrandDaddyD Very good sprayer
I replaced an earlier generation HVLP paint sprayer and find the decision to buy new rather than patching the old one an excellent decision. The new model performs far better than the previous model with more controls for pressure and material. I really like it. It feels good to have bought something that does what I want. It isn't real expensive and it works real well.
March 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EYRoush Works Like a Champ
Used this to paint my basement ceiling and walls. The Latex spray gun works great, haven't used the other one for anything yet.
September 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer Works Great with Latex Paints too!
I used this to paint/stain a 6' wood fence. I did not have to thin the latex paint before use and I had absolutely no problems spraying a nice coat of paint on the fence. This is a great sprayer for the occasional DIY'er like me.
April 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BroncoJ Good Buy
Have been using an HVLP sprayer for years made by Graco and I just love it. I purchased this from the email HD sent me with $50 off at Christmas. I have used my other one so much, I bought the Wagner just in case my other one wears out. So far, I have only used the Wagner to spray water proofing on my boat cover. It seems to be well made, has a longer hose, more adjustments, and 2 spray guns compared to the Graco. I can't wait till spring to paint the outside of the house to see if the claim that it sprays latex undiluted is true. It may, since the pick-up tube is twice the diameter than my old one.
January 27, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by XQRPTZR Unique concept but poor quality
At first I was delighted with the spray gun, but halfway through the project the gun started leaking I took the spray gun assembly off and saw that the ears that connect it to the turbine had broken off and were lodged in the nozzle. I had to finish the job with a paintbrush.
July 17, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by veener Used for staining a fence so far
So far I have used this for stating my cedar fence. It is about 40 panels front and back. When I first started to the sprayer it seemed no matter how I adjusted it just too much paint was coming out. After a bit I just tore it down and when I got it back together setting I had it at would not allow any paint out. Then the adjusting was working correct. Not sure how it was not put together right from the factory.
As I used it over 20 hours and about 25gal one thing I did not like is how the hose attaches. Once had it come off as I was spraying at head height and it just missed hitting me in the face.
When done it does take a while to clean. Just a lot of tight areas to get into where I was using a toothpick to get into.
Over all it saved me a lot of time staining this fence. Over all it worked well. Just was the over all quality was a little better. Still glad I bought it.
July 17, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BeachBum68 Deal of the day turned out much better than expected!
This unit is made of some nice plastic/nylon material and feels much better than I expected.
Materials used were good, looked good, felt good in the hand.
I haven't had a chance to use the unit since it's been so cold but I did turn it on and hook everything up.
The air pump is fairly quiet on low and not too loud on high. I plan on using some squishy ear plugs which should eliminate noise issues.
In the past, I've used some other (cheaper) "power painters" and they were a nightmare of noise and vibration... no thanks.
The painter has a long, 20-foot hose and two paint nozzles/reservoirs and a common handle.
The power cord isn't too long. You'll probably be using an extension cord.
January 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Gary Hopeless Sprayer.
I have used quite a few different sprayers. I picked this one up for small jobs like painting porch railings. Using extremely high quality, freshly made and shaken paint (SW Superpaint), the best that could be managed with this unit was heavy spatter, despite plenty of attempts to adjust, and as a final measure, thinning the paint. I had to follow over it all with a brush, wasting quite a bit of time. It might be good for people who have never used a high quality sprayer, and do not mind brushing/rolling afterwards, but it is your best bet if your goal is to turn quality paint into overspray, and leave it looking bad. Skip this unit. It's going back to the store.
August 10, 2014