|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 8 x 3.4 inches|
|Item model number||D26950|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90 Day Money Back Guarantee|
|National Stock Number||4940-01-586-7592|
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- The product is Heat Gun
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- The product is manufactured in China
- Variable temperature control allows for adjustment of the heat settings
- Built-in overload protection shuts the heating element down and prevents burn up
- Built-in hang ring adds a convenient storage feature
- Built-in innovative kickstand support provides greater stability and prevents tip over
- Cord Protector keeps the cord from tearing away from the housing Ergonomic comfort grip provides greater comfort for long hours of use
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Compact and lightweight with a large temperature range, the corded DEWALT D26950 Heat Gun is designed for powerful, safe operation in a variety of applications. This tool offers a variable temperature control for getting the heat just right for your application, and it comes with a built-in kickstand.
Power and Performance
The 1550-watt D26950 can heat up to between 120 and 1100 degrees Fahrenheit, and it's controlled by a large temperature control knob on the rear of the unit. Additionally, built-in overload protection shuts the heating element down and prevents burn up. The D26950 weighs 2.1 pounds and it's complemented by a 10-foot power cord.
This DEWALT tool is backed by three-year limited warranty covering any defects due to faulty materials or workmanship (from the date of purchase). It's also covered by DEWALT's one-year free service contract, where DEWALT will maintain the tool and replace worn parts caused by normal use--for free.
What's in the Box
DEWALT D26950 Heat Gun; cone nozzle, fishtail surface nozzle; operating instructions
Top Customer Reviews
11/6 - I just received a new heat gun from Dewalt. I was told that since I had owned the gun for 14 months it could not be replaced and that it could not be repaired. I'm not sure what changed but THANK YOU Dewalt for doing the right thing. Happy to have the Dewalt heat gun back because I had replaced it with a Wagner which did not work as well.
First heat control. I saw the more expensive model with LCD readout to be a complete geek novelty. I don't really care too much what temperature the heat is that is coming out, all that matters is the temperature required to effectively get the job done. So the mere fact that this gun has only a rotary dial really isn't a big deal.
The gun came with a cone and wide attachment. I've only used the wide attachment as I'm removing caulk and old paint. I've been using the fan on high with the heat all the way turned up. Removing exterior paint from wood does work. However, it takes a solid 10-15 seconds of heating to get the paint to bubble. You only have a working area of maybe 4"x4" before you have to move on, that's all the coverage you're going to get with this gun. That's my only real complaint is your pretty limited in your working area.
It does work very well for removing the piled on layers of caulking. The caulk doesn't bubble up like paint, it just gets really soft and becomes very pliable. It's very important to remove all the old caulk if you want a nice clean bead to be retained.
Works well to reflow the PS3/XB360. (Need an IR thermometer to check the working temperature in order to reflow the flux at 350 degrees F.)
Works well to strip paint and remove stickers.
High/Low fan speeds. (High speed for upper temperature ranges.)
Good quality for the cost.
The folding legs actually work.
If you need finer temperature control, the better choice would be the D26960 model that cost a little more.
The temperature control knob is not calibrated or graduated. A non-contact IR thermometer is highly recommended to avoid over-heating your project.
I have used this around on sash windows but I lower the temp when working around glass so I won't crack it. I have made that mistake on my own already, no fault to the gun, just and error on my part.
As soon as I finish my trim project, I see wood furniture restoration in my future. I LOVE my Dewalt heat gun and have enjoyed the transformations I've made with it thus far.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like all but the words for the settings on the back end are so small I need magnifiers to read. My vision is not the best but the words are ridiculous small. Come on DeWalt!Published 23 hours ago by ahiker4u
This heat gun has a lot of power and it gets super hot. The only other thing on my wish list is a cool down setting. It stays hot a long time after shutting it off.Published 2 months ago by Alex Jones
I bought three heat guns before this one that usually break within the first week he really use them for long periods of time but it's not like an every day thing it's once a week... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Real story
We have been using this to scrape paint off of our outdoor wood trim. No complaints and works as expected. Just be careful if you are using it near really old, dry wood. Read morePublished 4 months ago by RR
I'm an automotive tech that specializes in working on European vehicles. I used this all of five times, for a total of about fifteen minutes. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chris
After using it for almost 3 weeks on a jobsite, used it around 10 times for no more than 10 minutes at a time, the unit started buzzing and making weird noises, then started... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ronald Miller