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  • Includes case, nozzle accessories, and 5-in-1 tool
  • Ideal for regular use in DIY projects
  • LCD screen for precise settings
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Product Overview

The FURNO 750 digital temperature heat gun is designed for the heavy handyman or DIYer. It's great for countless household uses including stripping paint, softening adhesives, defrosting pipes, bending PVC, shrink wrapping and more. It features five fan settings and a temperature range of 125°F - 1300°F to easily complete almost any task. This can be changed at the click of a button and the selected settings will be conveniently displayed on the LCD screen. To make your project easier, the heat gun features an ergonomic design that allows for extended comfort and balance to reduce fatigue. The integrated stand also allows for safe, hands-free operation while applying heat to a project. The gun also comes with four nozzle accessories and a 5-in-1 tool to help complete your projects and adjust the heat concentration. When the project is complete, switch the heat gun to cool down mode to blow air and cool down the heat gun for storage. It will automatically turn off once it has reached a safe temperature. Afterwards, simply pack away the heat gun and accessories into the included storage case.
  • Features precise temperature settings ranging from 125°F - 1300°F in 10° increments
  • 5 fan speeds for optimal air flow control
  • Countless uses including bending PVC pipe, thawing frozen pipes, softening putty and caulk, removing decals, and more
  • Graphic LCD screen uses push-button controls to adjust the temperature, change between five fan settings, or switch to cool down mode
  • Includes a concentrator nozzle, flare nozzle, glass protector, curved deflector and 5-in-1 tool
  • Includes sturdy carrying case for storage with angle-loc function for enhanced stability during hands-free operation
  • Features an integrated stand for safe, hands-free operation
  • Side bars prevent the hot nozzle from touching your work surface
  • Utilizes a hanging loop for convenient storage in your workshop, garage, or peg wall



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BTU Heat Rating46065100853140
Air volume (cu. ft./min.)1203015
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Fan SpeedSingleVariableDual
FeaturesHands-off Upright StandCool Down Cycle,Hands-off Upright StandNo Additional FeaturesHands-off Upright Stand
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.63
Product Height (in.)
11.25
Product Width (in.)
15.063

Details

Air volume (cu. ft./min.)
0
Amperage (amps)
12.5
BTU Heat Rating
5100
Color Family
Yellow
Condition
New
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Corded Tool Type
Heat Gun
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Fan Speed
Variable
Features
Cool Down Cycle,Hands-off Upright Stand
Included
Case Included,Tools Included
Kit
No
Minimum Temperature (F)
120
Product Weight (lb.)
5.1
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year Limited

Questions & Answers

37Questions45Answers

Can I use this to dry my hair?

Asked by DumbBlond November 15, 2020
5
Answers

No I would not suggest that.

Can welding nozzle be attached to this?

Asked by Me May 21, 2020
2
Answers

We do not make one or suggest that one be attached. These heat tools are made for homeowner's and the around the house projects they do.

I just purchased this heat gun and on the first use the airflow is very weak. I don't know how 1...

Asked by Peter April 2, 2020
7
Answers

When we first used it appeared to put out more heat then air but when it was cooling down you could feel the airflow cooling it down.

Can I use it to remove paint off of wood flooring?

Asked by Lynn December 10, 2019
5
Answers

yes

Is this heat gun designed to be positioned on a table with its tip facing upward, for use with be...

Asked by PCWaterCoolingNewbie October 12, 2019
5
Answers

Yes, the gun can stand on its own and also using the case as a stand.

Can I use it to resolder joints?

Asked by MG October 6, 2019
5
Answers

No. It does not put out that kind of heat. You will need a torch.

what power consumption (watts) does this gun use

Asked by Dan July 30, 2019
4
Answers

1600

Is it possible to change the tempurature display to Celsius?

Asked by SomeRandomGuy May 2, 2019
2
Answers

You cannot change the temperature display.

Can this take off kitchen backsplash?

Asked by jen April 9, 2019
5
Answers

This will work if you don't have to re-use the splash. The plastic laminate on the back splash will probably discolor before you heat through the splash subs-trait.

can you use this to make a burn look on your pine cabinets

Asked by joann February 15, 2019
5
Answers

Yes you can give wood a burned look with this.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 407 reviews
  • 91% recommend this product
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The Screen Became Unreadable
The gun performed well. Unfortunately dust can get behind the screen and make it virtually unreadable. The adjustability is nice but without a functioning display you are left just guessing.
by Matt
Response from Wagner Spray TechFeb 15, 2021
We're sorry to hear that. Most dust can be gently removed from the tool by using and air gun (canned or compressor) to push it out. If it becomes an issue contact us at 1-800-328-8251. WagnerSprayTech
2 people found this helpful
We’re stripping paint (3 to 4 coats) and stain on a 120+ year old door. Furno gun is doing a grea...
We’re stripping paint (3 to 4 coats) and stain on a 120+ year old door. Furno gun is doing a great Job.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Response from Wagner Spray TechJul 27, 2020
Thank you. WagnerSprayTech
Very easy to use. Quickly reaches the set temperature and cools down safely. I have only removed ...
Very easy to use. Quickly reaches the set temperature and cools down safely. I have only removed paint to this point and had an easy time adjusting the temperature to suit my needs.
by Wayne
Heat gun works great, love having all the different temperature settings to work with. I've had i...
Heat gun works great, love having all the different temperature settings to work with. I've had it for a month and it's exceeded my expectations!
by HeatGunz
Response from Wagner Spray TechDec 29, 2017
Thank you for your review. We're glad that it exceeds your expectations and that your happy with the features. WagnerSprayTech
2 people found this helpful
Versatile and Capable Heat Gun
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] If you’re like me, the last tool you thought about adding to the tool cabinet was a heat gun. My first was rather basic and had settings for Off, On, Hot, and Cool, not at all as capable as my new Wagner Furno 750. On the Furno heat settings range from 650 to 1300 degrees F. in increments of 10 degrees. There are multiple fan settings and a collection of nozzles for different uses. The combinations are endless and really expand the usability of this heat gun. The manual details some common uses but here are my additions: drying a cardboard shipping box that I had errantly left out in the rain so a label could be attached; removing moisture from mortar joint repairs to my patio before I treated them with a sealant (some areas took longer than others but it did work); heating PVC flexible pipe so that I could take apart connections and save the fittings (1300 degrees was probably overkill on this one); and heating PVC flexible pipe to make insertion of fittings easier. I originally got this thing to help my son remove paint from the brick walls of his garage before repainting but the weather hasn’t cooperated and now this is a job for spring. Looks like it will be a while before I get a chance to use the included scraper tool. As to the Furno itself, it is light to hold and relatively quiet to operate. The stand-up feature is awesome and the carrying case keeps everything in order and takes little room on the storage shelf. Cool down is relatively quick except for the attachments (You’re probably more of a pro than I am but just in case these puppies get hot and stay hot.). I’m glad I selected this Furno Heat Gun and did not settle for a less capable brand.
by jiski
Multi function
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This product has helped me in many projects. I have used it to remove wallpaper, dry wall compound patch dry faster for painting small projects. Help a friend pop out dent in car bumper. I am sure other projects will come up where I can use the Furno750. Fast turn around is important to my business in and out !
by Beeto
works fast!
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] As soon as I received the Furno 750 is was anxious to try it out. I had an old table with ancient layers of varnish. It was old and cracked. I used the Furnio and it worked like a charm. I completely removed the old varnish from the top in about an hour with no fumes or gooey mess. I highly reccommend it. Clean, easy to use and efficient. I also use it to dry paint more quickly as it has several heat settings.
by Refresh
Lightweight, User Friendly
Just as I've come to expect from Wagner products, this heat gun is a total home run. From intuitive digital displays, to fashioning the gun so it stands on its own, Wagner has thought of just about everything. It has a great temperature range that should be more than sufficient for any DIYer, and adjustable fan speed is a bonus. Four nozzle attachments are included, and a thoughtfully designed storage case keeps it all together - it even doubles as a stand that holds the gun securely while it's not in use or cooling off. I've already used it for chemical woodburning and stripping paint, and it was perfect for both. Can't think of anything that this gun is lacking - great product!
by Judson
Response from Wagner Spray TechAug 5, 2016
Thank you for your comments. We are glad you are happy with the design and features of the Heat Gun. Good luck with your future projects. WagnerSprayTech
2 people found this helpful
Powerful with Digital Read
I like that this comes in a carrying case. Very easy to travel with as well as stay organized. I like the 4 different tips which i never knew existed and were necessary. I have the 4 tips as well as their description in one of the pictures. Digital read is great when you need to select a certain temperature. The Gun goes from 120 degrees to 1300 degrees. The FURNO 750 is designed to stand on its own when doing different projects. Very easy to use and understand.
by Jarett
Response from Wagner Spray TechJul 7, 2016
The new Furno line of heat guns are a great addition to your tool lineup. Good luck with your projects. WagnerSprayTech
11 people found this helpful
Great Heat Gun, Very Versatile
The Furno 750 Heat Gun is one of the best heat guns that I have ever used. It comes with everything needed for most projects. Starting with the storage case, it has a built-in heat gun holder. If you are in an area where there's no flat surfaces the case doubles with its snap in heat gun holder. Even though the heat gun stands very easy on its tail its nice to have a back up holder. The gun has a wonderful range of heat and fan settings. It has plenty of heating power and the fan can push the heat out to make short work of any project. But it also can put out a very gentle breeze. Sometimes it's hard to keep some heat guns from pushing small light parts and pieces all over the place. This gun can handle heating very light objects with ease. It also has an automatic cool down cycle to extend the life of the heating element. The guns temperature and fan settings are easy to select with its large easy to read screen and clearly marked buttons. This is one area that makes this heat gun a joy to use. It even comes with a temperature range chart (in the instructions and end flap of box) so selecting the heat and fan setting is very easy to do. The gun is very easy to handle, the grip area is rubberized so its easy to grip. The gun is well balanced in your hand. It comes with four attachments; a concentrator two fans and a wrap around for thawing pipes and doing shrink tubing. There is also a good scarper included for removing paint and decals. When you're done its easy to put everything back into the case for storage. There is also plenty of room for the cord. They got it right with this heat gun, its easy to use powerful but can also do delicate work as well. Even the instructions are done nicely, everything is clearly explained and detailed in the accompanying charts drawings and photos.
by OutbackJoe
Response from Wagner Spray TechJul 7, 2016
The new Furno line of heat guns are a great addition to your tool lineup. Good luck with your projects. WagnerSprayTech
3 people found this helpful
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