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Bosch Glue Gun PKP 18 E (1 x Extra-Length Nozzle, Glue Stick, 240 V) £13.99 @ Amazon Prime / £18.48 Non Prime
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Bosch Glue Gun PKP 18 E (1 x Extra-Length Nozzle, Glue Stick, 240 V) £13.99 @ Amazon Prime / £18.48 Non Prime

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Posted 25th Aug

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The PKP 18 E from Bosch is a sturdy hot glue gun for DIY enthusiasts that assures clean working and stable adhesive bonding. The electronically controlled heating element ensures that the tool heats up and is ready to use in moments.


Technical data
  • Gluing capacity: 20 g/min
  • Glue stick diameter: 11 x 45–200 mm
  • Working temperature: 200 °C
  • Weight: 0.35 kg
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Excellent glue gun. I have this model and have stuck with it.
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Excellent glue gun. I have this model and have stuck with it.
beekeg25/08/2019 06:42

Excellent glue gun. I have this model and have stuck with it.


What do you use it for?
If we all just stick together this could get hot
Every now and again Lidl do a Parkside mains/rechargeable glue gun that comes cases with 3 types of nozzles... found that very good
BlackCloud25/08/2019 08:53

Every now and again Lidl do a Parkside mains/rechargeable glue gun that …Every now and again Lidl do a Parkside mains/rechargeable glue gun that comes cases with 3 types of nozzles... found that very good


I have one. I haven't used it yet but if you watch 5 minutes crafts on YouTube there are loads of ideas for using these things.
20g/min sounds higher than many more expensive glue guns - anyone know how realistic this figure is?

(Finger hovering over the checkout button)
Thanks @MrBaz, was thinking that I needed a glue gun yesterday to sort out a few odd jobs around the house - lo and behold you posted this .
Have ordered this and some silverline sticks to go with it. 🔥🔥
Deviant.25/08/2019 10:43

Aldi have a cheapy £5 glue gun in store. Bought one this …Aldi have a cheapy £5 glue gun in store. Bought one this week.aldi.co.uk/glue-gun-with-mat/p/014733271181200


7 Watts?
If you don't want to fork out quite so much, perhaps because you're not looking for something for frequent use, the Loctite glue gun from Wilko is just £5 and has solid reviews (been posted on here before).

wilko.com/en-…375
Deviant.25/08/2019 10:49

Says 60w on the box and gun.


Cheers Didn't spot that (says 7w in the description)
mangle_wurzel25/08/2019 10:47

If you don't want to fork out quite so much, perhaps because you're not …If you don't want to fork out quite so much, perhaps because you're not looking for something for frequent use, the Loctite glue gun from Wilko is just £5 and has solid reviews (been posted on here before).https://www.wilko.com/en-uk/loctite-hot-melt-glue-gun-2-glue-sticks/p/0426375


avoid the loctite one like the plague. Had to use one two years ago for like 3 hours a week... they kept breaking every month, always same issue, went poof and released magic smoke. bought some stanley alternative and has been working fine ever since...

*edit: replaced the loctite glue gun three times before giving up.
Edited by: "ThatTechGuy" 25th Aug
This is cheap. However it's not battery powered. So you need to have it plugged in. Which is a nuisance. The cordless glue guns are ten times better simply because you can take it anywhere.
Poundland have a basic one £2
Does the job
£19.37 for me
hopefully this one actually sticks unlike the £2 one in poundland....!
Have used and returned mine a few months ago.

Bosch claims the following but it unfortunately is far from true. You will have lot of wastage with the drips of plastic.

"The Bosch PKP 18 E is equipped with the automatic glue retraction mechanism, which means you can enjoy clean and easy working without the annoying, unwanted drips or drying out of the nozzle."
Deviant.25/08/2019 10:43

Aldi have a cheapy £5 glue gun in store. Bought one this …Aldi have a cheapy £5 glue gun in store. Bought one this week.aldi.co.uk/glue-gun-with-mat/p/014733271181200


All guns operate slightly differently to the other the major bug bear with glue guns is the drip factor. I had a cheap glue gun and all it did was drip constantly when it was resting. That said the reviews do state it drips in resting mode.
Edited by: "Trueogre" 25th Aug
Franko6425/08/2019 10:45

Thanks @MrBaz, was thinking that I needed a glue gun yesterday to sort out …Thanks @MrBaz, was thinking that I needed a glue gun yesterday to sort out a few odd jobs around the house - lo and behold you posted this .Have ordered this and some silverline sticks to go with it. 🔥🔥


You are most welcome
Jdotr24725/08/2019 12:02

This is cheap. However it's not battery powered. So you need to have it …This is cheap. However it's not battery powered. So you need to have it plugged in. Which is a nuisance. The cordless glue guns are ten times better simply because you can take it anywhere.


I have a corded one, annoying as the cord is about 4 inches long. What's a decent cordless one? Looked at one on Amazon (rechargeable so presume 3.7v) but reviews say it takes up to 5 mins to warm-up. Don't want to spend £40
Theres enough shootings on the endz Brixton Hill 🤙🏿
Not coming up at this price for me.... Is there a voucher to add?
Deal expired.
ra1125/08/2019 13:13

hopefully this one actually sticks unlike the £2 one in poundland....!


Its the same glue and same process🤪
jaydeeuk125/08/2019 14:16

I have a corded one, annoying as the cord is about 4 inches long. What's a …I have a corded one, annoying as the cord is about 4 inches long. What's a decent cordless one? Looked at one on Amazon (rechargeable so presume 3.7v) but reviews say it takes up to 5 mins to warm-up. Don't want to spend £40


I purchased a cordless one from lidl for £15. it runs on batteries. they often sell them in stores so keep an eye out
beekeg25/08/2019 06:42

Excellent glue gun. I have this model and have stuck with it.


I like what you did there
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