|Manufacturer||MILWAUKEE ELECTRIC TOOL|
|Item Weight||1.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.4 x 3.6 x 8.9 inches|
|Item model number||2688-20|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Heat Gun|
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Milwaukee Electric Tool Milwaukee 2688-20 Cordless Heat Gun
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Powered by red Lithium battery technology, the Milwaukee compact heat gun is able to heat over 40 connections on just a single XC 5.0 battery. Manufactured for superior functionality, the heat gun is equipped with a high performance heating Coil, which reaches an operational temperature in just seven seconds. Harnessing redlink intelligence, the tool’s temperature management system provides maximum life. Additional features include compatibility with all M18 red Lithium battery packs, an overall length of 6.4”, a guarded nozzle for increased protection of work surfaces, a ladder hook for easy hanging in between applications, and an LED light to illuminate the work area.
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However, this heat gun falls short. Let's start by saying this tool cannot fully replace a corded heat gun; and I'm coming from the perspective of a harbor freight special.
First test with the gun was a baby 2.0 battery, and heating a Subaru quarter panel to roll the fender lip. I didn't have much expectation, but that battery died before the panel was warm enough to roll the fender.
Next test was with a 5.0 battery to heat a WRX intercooler to turbo coupler. It's hard plastic and does not give any forgiveness when it's cold and you're trying to get it over the turbo. Took 40 seconds or so whereas the corded gun is 10-15. That works for me. While the gun was still hot, I heated the valve cover breather lines and fit them with ease. Battery still showed 4 bars.
Final test, main reason I got the gun was for shrink tubing on wire joints. I decided to stick the big 8.0 battery for my vacuum on there and ran a entire stereo harness (16 wires) in about a minute. The kicker of this gun's less hot/air output is that o don't get a lot of heat where I'm not targeting it so I didn't overheat many wires like the corded gun tends to do. I usually solder then shrink one wire at a time with the corded gun, but this one allowed me to do them all at once without melting any shielding.
Tl;Dr? This doesn't replace a corded gun, but it's great for heating stiff hoses and great at shrink tubing. I also got the m12 soldering iron and these two make a great combo for doing wiring without dragging out the cords or using butane.
I wish there was a trigger lock, but a piece of electrical tape works fine.
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All that said, if you don't need high temp or do a ton of work the cordless aspect is quite handy.