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Chapin 63980 Black & Decker 4-Gallon Wide Mouth Battery Sprayer Backpack, 20-volt
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- Built-In carrying handle makes cap removal easy and carrying the unit a breeze
- 6-Inch opening for easy filling
- Cushion grip shut-off
- Includes three nozzles
- Deluxe Padded Straps with Waist/Chest Strap
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|Item Dimensions||22 x 8.8 x 14.8 inches|
|Shipping Weight||11.75 pounds|
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Black + decker wide mouth battery powered 20v backpack 4-gallon 63980. Sprays up to 50 gallons in one charge. Up to 1.75 Hours continuous spraying. Powered by black & decker 20 v lithium ion battery (one battery charger included in box). Weighs 39% less than competitive units (9.8-pounds Vs. 16-Pounds). Sprays up to 35 psi. Up to 35-feet maximum horizontal spray. Equipped with Viton seals and gaskets in key areas. 6-Inch wide mouth cap for easy filling. Uses the same 63800 pro series tank assembly, filters and shutoff. Additional battery chargers available through black & decker.
Top Customer Reviews
I'd give it five stars except for three nits:
- The wand hose should be a foot longer so that when you reach out with a fully extended arm/shoulder to spray upwards (e.g. insect repellant on high-up papaya fruits), you still have a few inches of slack.
- The back harness was attached at the factory 180 degrees backwards to how it should've been. Easily fixed, but I shouldn't have had to do it.
- I wish that there were a way to adjust (turn down) the pressure a little, so that I could better spot-spray individual weeds without waste/overspray.
After shutting it down to change spray heads, it would not re-start.
Changed batteries (I have many) still no go.
In process now to return and replace unit because I don't want to give up on B&D.
I hope the replacement is a success because I like the concept of a no pump-up sprayer, and the positive reviews are encouraging.
Will follow up later with replacement unit review (if I can figure out how to do it)
One fix I found was to just remove the entire tip/elbox assembly. Then it just spits out a gentle glug. But I'd really prefer to have a slower trickle that can soak in.
Chapin: You should really include a gentle spray tip. And I'd really prefer to have a squeeze activator that can moderate the flow.