Chicago Electric 1500 Watt Heat Gun

Average reader rating
5.0
out of 5
Brand:
Chicago Electric
Model:
97114
Price:
$28

Description

Description
Strip paint, strip varnish, remove decals, shrink wire, thaw pipes and more with this versatile heat gun! Constructed of a durable heat-, fire-, and impact-resistant housing, this heat gun features 12 intervals to help you find the right temperature you need for the task at hand. Features include a soft touch keypad for total control and an automatic cool-down to prolong the service life of the heat gun.

12 temperature intervals with LED indicators
High and low temperature range settings
Heavy duty heat, fire, and impact resistant housing
Automatic cool-down feature prolongs life of gun
Soft touch key pad controls

Volts: 120V (60 Hz)
Amps: 4.6/10
Watts: 1500
Temperature ranges: 430°-800° /570°-1160°
Overall dimensions: 10-1/2" L x 3" W x 8" H
Shipping Weight: 2.10 lbs.
Specifications
Name 12 Interval Heat Gun with LED Temperature Settings
SKU 97114
Brand Chicago Electric Power Tools
Shipping Volume 0.2
Temp Max 1160 °F
Voltage 120
Manufacturer Warranty Detail We guarantee this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship 90 days from the date of purchase.

Reader Reviews

Harbor Freight heat gun

Review Summary

I've had this heat gun for a good number of years now and it has held up well. I haven't used it a lot but when I've needed it has come through with flying colors.We woodworkers occasionally have need for a heat gun. I have used mine for speeding up the dry time of water based glue when applying plastic laminate. Seems to be a good gun for a decent price.
Stay away from any of the Harbor Freight Drill Master line tools, as they are of inferior quality compared to the Chicago Electric line. And the reviews on their site testify of the same.

Detailed Ratings

5.0
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

5

Ease of Use

5

Value

5

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