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Martha Stewart Crafts Heat Tool
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- Other uses include setting flocking powder or fabric ink; Soften adhesives for easy removal; Tighten shrink wrap on gift baskets
- Use with our embossing powders, embossing stamp pad, embossing pen, or pigment inks for stamps
- Ergonomic design for comfortable, accurate operation
- Built-in stand
- Please read all instructions and warnings before use
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Top Customer Reviews
Like these products do, it will blow your paper around a little as well with powder, but what doesn't when you are using a machine that blows hot air to makes things more intersting than the normal. Small price to pay for a small inconveniance, if you can even call it that.
I used it a few times tonight, and showed my husband how it works and what it does, and was impressed by it. The tool does come with a stand, which is a plus, since these embosser tools can get hot. I turned it off every time I did a new stamp and emboss powder, and turned it back on again. I have heard the Uchida one has a habit of breaking on people after just one use.
So I am impressed buy this Martha Stewart embossing tool product, and would recommend it to anyone just getting into this or someone who is just getting back into it after a few years.
I drop things all the time like it's my job. This tool has been knocked over, ink sprayed on, and clotheslined. There are zero dents, the metal piece that props up the heat tool is not scratched or broken. Everything still works perfectly. The only dirt or discoloration is where the halves come together on the top of the tool. It has lost most of its luster though, which is absolutely fine with me after all this time.
My Original Review:
When I first got it I wasn't too sure about it. The first time I used it there was a little bit of smoke that came out of it with a burnt smell (I was just trying it out before I used it on a project) and that sent me into quite a panic. But I did some searching online and found that it's normal for the first few times turning it on to get the dust or whatever else off the heating coils...and it never smoked or had a burnt smell since. It has a nice long cord, that metal thing that props it up so you don't burn your surface, and has a little "hang over" part on the tip of the gun so it leaves a few inches between the tip of the gun and the metal inside. I have pretty small hands and carpal-tunnel and it doesn't aggravate me, which is good. There are little bumps on the side where you hold it so that helps too. It heats up fast... but before I hit my project with it I wait two seconds to make sure it's hot enough (but that's only if it's like the first use that day or quite a few hours past last use). I do love and and would buy it again.
ALWAYS remember to unplug anything that heats up when you are done like an embossing heat gun, curling iron, ect. I haven't ever had any accidents from leaving stuff plugged in, but I just wanted to say it just to say it.
I trusted MS and hence I bought 1 and even got my gf to get 1.
when it arrived, I was pretty excited.
I was shocked by 1. the noise: it was nosier than my hair dryer 2. and being almost like my hair dryer, it blew a good 80% of my embossing powder from my project! 3. the heat was so intense and strong, I had to hold it 3 inches above and i still could not control the heat properly + my powder was flying away!!!
after i switched it off, I saw 1 or 2 whiffs of smoke.
on my 2nd attempt to use it, i saw a spark and that was THE END of my heat gun.
at least now i can legitimately throw it away and get myself another.
please, do NOT buy this!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my little craft business and this heat tool works very well. It doesn't take long at all to get it to heat up - I'd say about 15 seconds. Read morePublished 3 days ago by AH
I will forever and always use this Machine! This machine is made by Martha Stewart in her crafts and it is a white heating tool. It reminds me of a small hair blow dryer. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jazmin
I dislike the MS heat gun immensely! It does not work well and takes far too long to do its job. Previously I had a Marvy Uchida heat gun that recently died after many years of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Libby
I've had this heat tool for a year and I'm finally giving up. I tried to hang in there, but this thing takes forever to melt embossing powder. Read morePublished 2 months ago by SH
Works great. I'm still learning the heat embossing technique but the tool works very well and fits nicely in the drawer too.Published 3 months ago by Mamma
For the price, I was surprised at how well of a job it did. I had read bad reviews but thought I'd give it a try. Read morePublished 3 months ago by April
I bought this because my old heat gun just died. I think this heat gun is really loud and smells horrid. I guess it does what it's supposed to, but I won't buy this brand again. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. L. Hunnefield