2000w Heat Gun with Accessories now £9.99 at Wickes (Free C&C)
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2000w Heat Gun with Accessories now £9.99 at Wickes (Free C&C)

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Found 26th Feb 2016
Great for crafts, good for mothers day maybe?

Hot air gun suitable for home impovement projects.

2000W Hot Air Gun with variable temperature setting
2 air flow settings
Supplied with 4 nozzles and a scraper
Non-retractable 2m power cord
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Bought one a few weeks ago, comes with a case and a load of accessories, for the price it will be hard to beat especially with cash back. I was really impressed, similar items are near double the price.
mincemaster

Bought one a few weeks ago, comes with a case and a load of accessories, … Bought one a few weeks ago, comes with a case and a load of accessories, for the price it will be hard to beat especially with cash back. I was really impressed, similar items are near double the price.


You found a use for it though?
Ideal for:
Removing labels and stickers.
Stripping old paint from furniture.
De-icing of frozen water pipes : Warning- Do not heat up plastic pipes!
Soldering.
Heating of tar, tin, bitumen and wax.
Shrinking of insulation tubes and hoses.
Deforming of plastics and PVC parts.
Welding of plastics and PVC foils.
Removing of points and colours.
These are great for getting a barbecue lit.
I bought one when I saw them on here last month

Worth a check at your local Tesco too, they have Black and Decker 1750w ones for £6
Edited by: "Shambolic" 26th Feb 2016
awesome deal!
jg213

You found a use for it though?



The only thing I ever use mine for is starting the barbie lmao, works a treat
I got the Screwfix version (same price but no case- they're for posh kids!) and it was very useful for getting a stuck car door hinge pin out.

I had tried loads of things- WD40, specialist rust remover, hitting it very hard with a hammer etc but to no avail. Gave it 30 seconds of heat and it slid straight out!
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I got the Screwfix version (same price but no case- they're for posh … I got the Screwfix version (same price but no case- they're for posh kids!) and it was very useful for getting a stuck car door hinge pin out.I had tried loads of things- WD40, specialist rust remover, hitting it very hard with a hammer etc but to no avail. Gave it 30 seconds of heat and it slid straight out!



​i just ordered the screwfix 1....before looking on here... school girl error.....I WANT THE POSH KIDS CASE!!
STBwoo

Ideal for:Removing labels and stickers.Stripping old paint from … Ideal for:Removing labels and stickers.Stripping old paint from furniture.De-icing of frozen watWarning- Do not heat up Soldering.Heating of tar, tin, bitumen and wax.Shrinking of insulation tubes and hoses.Deforming of plastics and PVC parts.Welding of plastics and PVC foils.Removing of points and colours.



STBwoo

Ideal for:Removing labels and stickers.Stripping old paint from … Ideal for:Removing labels and stickers.Stripping old paint from furniture.De-icing of frozen water pipes : Warning- Do not heat up plastic pipes!Soldering.Heating of tar, tin, bitumen and wax.Shrinking of insulation tubes and hoses.Deforming of plastics and PVC parts.Welding of plastics and PVC foils.Removing of points and colours.


Used mine for heating up the glue on iPad and iPhone to remove and replace screen
jg213

You found a use for it though?


I used it to sort some electrics out by using the crimping heat shrink connectors rather than soldering.
Got one of these last year for £10
excellent product, very good set with accessories - recommended!
If anyone is having trouble getting the Wicks heat gun I picked up an Energer heat gun from screwfix for a tenner, had it bout 8 months now and use it regularly to roast coffee beans, been really pleased with it (also comes with accessories)
Edited by: "mozbud" 26th Feb 2016
Fab OP thanks
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