|Item Weight||12.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.2 x 13.8 x 10.2 inches|
|Item model number||16N657|
|Batteries||2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Amperage Capacity||25 A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Maximum Pressure||2000 PSI|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Average Battery Life||2.4 hours|
|Warranty Description||1 year limited warranty|
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Graco 16N657 TrueCoat Pro II Cordless Paint Sprayer
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- Sprays material as designed by the paint manufacturer - no thinning required
- Achieve the best spray finish by simply adjusting the pressure for a consistent, even spray pattern for one-pass coverage
- 20V Lithium-Ion Battery Packs allow for ultimate portability - An airless sprayer in the palm of your hand!
- Tilt-N-Spray suction tube allows for full range spraying motion without losing prime
- Ability to replace all parts of sprayer with simple, modular components to extend the sprayer life
- Spray a wide variety of coatings from stains to heavy latex and acrylics. (Do not use with materials that state "flammable" on packaging)
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TrueCoat Pro II Cordless handheld sprayers are the fastest and easiest way to complete your 1-2 gallon paint projects. Sprays material as designed by the paint manufacturer - no thinning required.
From the Manufacturer
Graco - The Brand Preferred by Pros. Whether you’re a weekend warrior, a serious DIY enthusiast, a handyman or remodeling contractor, or a painting professional, Graco makes the ideal airless spraying equipment to meet your needs. Whether you are just starting out or moving up, choose the Magnum or Graco model to help you handle your job with ease. No matter what you're painting—entire homes, rooms, decks or fences—Graco has you covered!
Top Customer Reviews
I was really looking forward to using this tool, but am left dissapointed and way behind schedule.
it takes for ever to charge and work for almost one cup.
i used it to paint one room it is nightmare.
i cleaned it when i tried it 2 weeks later no paint is coming out.
waste of money and time. the worst thing i ever bought.
Two cordless Graco ProShot paint sprayers I owned died. The cause of death? Fried motors. The ProShot, sold exclusively at Sherwin Williams, was like the TrueCoat in that both were cordless sprayers and riddled with the same problems: bad batteries, fragile motors, and both sprayers would lose their prime when tilted aggressively like when painting a ceiling.
The good news is Graco solved these issues! The Graco TrueCoat Pro II boasts several key improvements over the first generation of hand-held cordless units. I own one. I'm familiar with it's assets. The batteries, I was told by a Graco Rep, are made by another manufacturer... The TrueCoat Pro II comes two 20 volt batteries. The first generation had 18 volt batteries that were often faulty. The battery issues has been solved and the new sprayer has more power!! Next on the list of improvements is the flexible Tilt N Spray suction tube. The paint is drawn from the bottom of a cup and the suction tube acts like a gimbal. Tilt the paint cup in any direction and the suction tube will always default to the lowest point in the paint cup. This is a massive improvement when painting overhead work. The first generation sprayers would lose their prime with the paint cup being half full. That was frustrating! The TrueCoat Pro II is not disposable. The first generations were toast after 50+ gallons ran through them. The TrueCoat Pro II is completely repairable... Another feature worth noting is that one can also adjust the pressure while painting. This gives the user precise control when using paints of different viscosity. Being cordless, the painter is free of extension cords and or airless paint sprayer hoses.. I am partial to the cordless sprayer, for these reasons. When painting baseboards for example, it is easy to foul wet paint with an extension cord, when turning a corner.
With all the painting paraphernalia I own, it's one of my favorite tools. The TrueCoat Pro II can on occasion belch out a glob of paint. This makes painting doors difficult. My advice for painting metal or a door is to: use a fully charged battery, apply the first coat of paint with "a light coat." When the first coat is dry, make sure that the tip is clean and that there is NO DRY PAINT clogging the tip. After cleaning or checking the tip, apply a 2nd coat coat and repeat the process if necessary. Spraying red or yellow paint might require the painter to spray the door horizontally. These colors tend to be runny and most don't cover well. It's not the tool's fault if the paint "curtains" on the door. Like any tool, the painter will become better after using it. Different paints require different painting techniques.
Make sure that the paint sprayer is clean after each use. During next use, the sprayer will be difficult to prime if it was not cleaned thoroughly. I have had to take the suction tube off my TrueCoat Pro II and use the pressure of a garden hose to prime my sprayer. This was a sign that the sprayer was not cleaned well. Make sure that it is cleaned of all paint prior to storing the sprayer back in it's box!!
The TrueCoat Pro II is a remarkable hand held sprayer. The design and abilities of this product reflects good communication between both engineer and professional painter. For a DIY or professional painter, it will be a favorite in anyone's quiver of tools!