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Cons: I bought the wrong part. I called Newegg and they said they could not do anything for me that I would have to contact their supplier. I have called them 8 times and nobody answers. I have emailed them 4 times and nobody responds. Very Poor Service on both of them!!!!!!! Beware!
Other Thoughts: Do not do business with this company!
Reviewed By:N/A,2/11/2014 11:12:27 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product 1 week to 1 month.
Pros: small fine tip for atomization, aluminum cup vs plastic, diaphram regulator for precise control, wide even fan spray pattern, good adjustments for pressure regulation and pattern size, cheap price given what it can do compared to more expensive guns
Cons: a tad heavy in weight, needs adjustment before use, and clean with lacquer thinner before use, not great instructions do your homework on set up and CLEANING the gun after use
Other Thoughts: Bit of a shock that Newegg had this, First off the description is wrong, it is not for thick paint, maybe some base coats but really for clear coat that needs to be broken into droplets that don't give much if any orange peel, a problem with clear coat. Tested on a fender and some plastic, did extremely well with inexpensive 4 to 1 clear slightly reduced. If you shoot base coat/clear coat get the 1.5 gun for the base()should be good for most metallics) and use this gun for clear, different pressures and different material. Don't buy this gun to shoot primer, primer is hard on any paint gun and quickly wares it out, get a cheap gun for that. Clear coat is tricky to shoot, some painters even use touch up guns for it, but they have a tiny pattern. With slightly reduced clear this will give very good results. As with any gun and especially clear coat, clean the gun completely immediately after use.
Reviewed By:mttom,6/24/2011 3:58:34 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product 1 day to 1 week.