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Ad Tech Multi-temp Hybrid Cordless Glue Gun

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Ad Tech Multi-temp Hybrid Cordless Glue Gun
 
4.5

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5.0

so good

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from USA

Comments about Ad Tech Multi-temp Hybrid Cordless Glue Gun:

So simple and convenient to use for my crafts and art classes! Very easy to use, easy to refill, makes little or no mess! Even my 5 year old has no trouble handling it, of course, with my supervision! The fact that it's cordless is amazing because it gives you more freedom to move!

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4.0

You can choose whether to use the cord or not!

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from Vernonia, OR

Comments about Ad Tech Multi-temp Hybrid Cordless Glue Gun:

When I read about the Ad Tech Multi-Temp Hybrid glue gun, I just knew I had to have one.  I made hair accessories as a hobby, and I'm planning on selling them at a local arts & crafts show this weekend.  I know that I will need something to do while I'm there, and I doubt I will have access to electricity.  This little gun runs on both AC and DC current, and when you want to heat it up fast, you can use both types of power for quick heating.  Ad Tech recommends using rechargeable batteries with this gun, but I threw in 4 AA Duracells to try it out.  It heats up a little slower than my other gun, and come to find out its on 20W while my other one is 40W.   The glue just doesn't seem to get as hot with the lower wattage, and I need maximum sticking power!  I still think it's a great idea though when you don't have access to electricity.  I am planning on taking it with me on Friday and we'll see how well it works.

The gun is permanently attached to a flat rectangular base, and stands up when resting.  I like this much better than the gun lying down on a surface but you still have to be very careful because it is relatively easy to tip over.  And even though it doesn't get as hot as a 40W gun, a burn still hurts just the same.

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