|Manufacturer||Wagner Spray Tech|
|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 2.5 x 4.25 inches|
|Item model number||0503038|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Wagner 0503038 HT400 Heat Gun 650ᵒF|
|Warranty Description||2 Years|
Wagner Spraytech 0503038 Redesigned HT400, Dual Temperature Hot Air Tool 680 and 450 degrees, Shrink Tubing, Embossing, Craft Projects, sticker removal Heat Gun, Basic pack
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- DUAL TEMPERATURE HEAT GUN: The HT400 heat tool is a durable, versatile heat gun for home, workshop, craft and hobby projects. It features dual high 680°F (360°C) and low 450°F (230°C) temperature settings
- HANDS FREE FEATURE: Use the installed, retractable stand for hands free operation to easily complete all of your household heating and crafting projects
- MANY PROJECT USES: The Wagner heat embossing gun can be used to apply heat shrink tubing around wire, emboss cards and crafting projects, remove stickers, shrink wrap presents, make jewelry and more
- PRECISE CONTROL: The small size makes the HT400 heat gun great for getting into hard-to-reach places and concentrating high heat on small areas
- COMPACT DESIGN: The unique angled design offers three operating positions (palm, pencil and hands free), ensuring the best fit and feel for your project
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From the manufacturer
Versatile Heat Gun for Home and Crafting Projects
Great for Many Applications
The HT400 Heat Gun is perfect for home, workshop, craft and hobby projects. It can be used for shrink wrapping, embossing projects and more.
Two Temperature Settings
Find the ideal heat output for your project by using the two temperature settings. The gun features a high 680°F (360°C) and low 450°F (230°C) temperature setting.
The heat gun’s design allows for precise heating application, which is great for small, delicate projects. It offers three operating positions (palm, pencil and hands-free) for added versatility.
- Two temperature settings: high 680°F (360°C) and low 450°F (230°C)
- Retractable stand for hands free operation
- Built-in concentrated nozzle for precision
- Fits comfortably in the user's hand
- 0.7 lbs. to reduce hand fatigue
- 6 ft. power cord
Use the Micro Heat Gun to apply concentrated heat when shrink wrapping plastic around soap, gift boxes, candy and more!
Complete your next embossing project by using this hot air tool. The pencil design makes it simple to apply controlled heat when embossing cards, paper and scrapbooking material.
Wire Heat Shrink Tube
Cover damaged wires or cellphone cables by shrinking tube around the exposed sections. Apply heat with the HT400 to securely shrink the tube and get the job done quickly.
The HT400 Heat Tool is a versatile heat gun for home, workshop and hobby projects. Its small size is ideal for getting into hard to reach places and working on delicate crafting and DIY related projects. Its simple, pencil-like design features a dual high (680°F/360°C) and low (450°F/230°C) temperature setting that allows you to complete countless projects. Some project ideas include embossing cards and other crafting projects, repairing electronics or wire, shrinking electrical tubes, shrink wrapping presents, making jewelry and more. The heat gun also has a retractable stand, allowing for hands free operation when your projects requires two hands. Whatever your next project that requires heat, the HT400 is the tool for you
From the Manufacturer
The HT400 Heat Gun gives outstanding performance in a small package. The heat gun is ideal for crafts and hobbies. Use it to apply embossing powders, applique and shrink wrap. Remelt adhesives and form plastic material. It is also great for applying electrical shrink wrap.
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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The failures we've seen range from the switch going bad to the unit just dying. Typically the switch goes bad, so you either have a low speed function but not a high speed/temp function or vice versa. We have had two units just stop working--which could most definitely be the switch. Today, the last one we bought will turn on but sounds like it's gargling water.
I couldn't for the life of me find anything in my garage to hang this thing on, so I knew the error of my ways when I could smell my trash bin lid melting. Be sure to have a hook or nail to hang this on, so that you don't destroy the first thing you set this on like me.
It's light, it's really light, I didn't expect it to work, I looked inside the box for the rest of it. But sure enough, it made me a believer. It has two settings, Hot, and Really Hot. I used the Really Hot setting for the plastic cladding, and followed a swirling pattern like my Master Miyagi instructed me to. The results are in the pictures I am attaching to my review. This can easily be used for other plastic parts on various vehicles, but test in a small area which you can really mess up and not get yelled at by the wife because it looks dumb.
A heat gun has many purposes, tinting windows, shrink wrapping/window sealing, removing caulk, loosening glued on items, and as you can see, automotive plastic restoration, done mostly sober. I hope you enjoyed this review, and if you found it helpful, let me know.
Thanks for taking the time to read this. I appreciate it.
(Note to ex-wife's attorneys: just kidding. Seriously. I mailed the check, I swear.)
It heats up very quickly to a hot temperature which is desirable for embossing. Melts the powder more quickly than any tool I ever had. And I have been a rubberstamper for over 30 years and a papercrafter for over 10 years. So, I am speaking from experience with other models including Marvy which I USED to think was the best ever.
TIP: This thing gets really hot very quickly. So, make sure to save guard against any burns on ur skin or surfaces. Also do not over kill the heating of the powder as you might do with other embossing tools. This bad boy is so quick.
As far as sealing plastic bags like some people might want to use this tool for, I honestly cannot say as I have never done this. So you would have to see how much watts (?) u would need to do trick.
In ending, I hope I have been helpful as Jennifer McGuire was for me. Let me also say that although it might me more expensive than other heat tools, trust me I say that it is worth the additional cost.
Be aware: the instruction booklet clearly states that there will be some smoke emitted when you first use it, due to the burning of some factory oils. It doesn't last long but it did set off my smoke alarm. After that, it was fine and I used it quite a few times after that during a two-hour period. So you may want to keep it away from smoke alarms when using for the first time.
I think this heat tool was a very good value and I am happy that I purchased it.
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120V AC and no CE marks