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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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Powered by a Black & Decker 20-volt lithium ion battery, the Chapin Black & Decker wide mouth backpack sprayer sprays up to 50 gallons or 1.75 hours of continuous spraying. Equipped with Viton seals and gaskets in key areas this sprayer also features a 6-Inch wide-mouth opening for easy filling and cleaning, in-tank filters, battery charger and cushion grip shut-off with nozzles. It sprays up to 35 psi with a 35-foot maximum horizontal stream. Additional batteries and chargers available through Black & Decker.
From the Manufacturer
Our residential, professional and industrial sprayers are designed to meet the needs of your lawn, garden, home, farm, professional, or commercial project. With a focus on innovation gained through industry knowledge, Chapin products have been manufactured with excellence in the United States using global components for more than 130 years. We offer full technical support at 800-950-4458 to help you find the right sprayer for your application or visit our website at chapinmfg.com for more product information and specifications. Chapin, the way to spray since 1884.
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This is the third tank sprayer of this model we purchased. The first one lasted about 2 seasons before the pump failed. It was out of warranty and we bought a replacement in early 2017, so far it’s working well.
This third sprayer was purchased in August, after a month or so the battery failed and was replaced under warranty. After 3 months of use the pump in this sprayer failed. Email and discussions with customer support resulted in agreement that the sprayer was defective and needed to be returned for repair. Go find a box big enough then off to UPS and learn the shipping cost is $66, Chapin does not provide prepaid shipping. This is a lot of money considering it’s a warranty issue and the item initially cost $168. This is unacceptable in my view.
The sprayer performs well, when it works. However be prepared for a relatively high cost of ownership.
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.
What I found was that the sprayer is defective (and unfortunately out of warranty). The sprayer motor is drawing too many volts out of the battery (down to 3v) before it dies. The battery apparently needs more than 3 volts to be able to be recharged. In order to use my sprayer now, my fix is to take a fully charged battery and connect the positive terminal of the bad battery to the positive terminal the good battery and the same for the negative (being careful of voltage spark) for a couple of minutes. The bad battery voltage is then boosted enough to be able to charge.
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.