Bosch PFS 55 Paint Spray System £30.95 delivered at Amazon
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Bosch PFS 55 Paint Spray System £30.95 delivered at Amazon

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Found 10th Oct 2015
Usually dispatched in 2-3 weeks

Precision and less overspray due to SprayControl Techology
SDS (Push & Click) for fast colour change and cleaning
Paint container can be separated easily
3-stage paint jet - adjustable direction of paint jet - horizontal, vertical or round
Paint volume control - integrated stepless paint volume control
Ergonomic design
Paint container with level indicator and grip zone
Foot extension - flexible system for small and larger paint container
Stand-by position for breaks and paint changing

Box Contains
1 x Bosch PFS 55 spray gun
1 x 600 ml paint container
1 x 100 ml measuring container
1 x Handle extension
1 x training DVD

28 Comments

Original Poster

This is the one more for painting doors, skirting boards and the likes not walls

Thanks "sotv" and ordered. Looks a nice handy tool and good make
Edited by: "cadmus" 10th Oct 2015

Brilliant- would make decorating so much easier - heat from me

hmmm - another £30 spent thanks to HUKD and another thing that I never knew I needed in my life!

Looks like a re-badged Wagner Flexio 525. I've got the Wagner (B&Q £25 on clearance) and it's very good. You can spray paint as thick as custard with it no problem. I used it for spraying masonry paint. Tricky to get a good, even finish, but that's more down to practice and technique rather than the tool itself.

out of stock on amazon with no option to deliver when in stock

How easy is it to use these indoors? Do you have to tape protective sheeting far and wide?

Looks like my spray tan machine, perhaps dual purpose? Haha!

looks like it's gone up to £39.95 now

bought an earlex sprayer to paint a summerhouse with very good results, hardest thing was getting the consistency of the paint right by adding water a bit at a time. For interior walls (from the instruction DVD/ video) you need to cover up areas you don't need the pain on quite well - which seems like a pain, but once that's done spraying itself seems like a breeze.

Still works if using the link - 2-3 week delivery

Can you see what it is yet?

Thanks - just ordered!

I bought an Earlex a couple of months ago to do internal walls, still gathering dust. Anyone with any experience of these suggest a good water/emulsion mix or is it dependent on the paint and sprayer using? I usually get Wickes trade emulsion which generally gets good reviews.

Anyone got the Lidle air compressor spray painter? I bought it a week ago and not intending to use t for a while but wondering if it is any good.

It got removed from my basket, so, it's no longer available at 30.95.

EDIT: It's back!
Edited by: "imdurc" 10th Oct 2015

Just ordered, thanks!

blondeyforever

Looks like my spray tan machine, perhaps dual purpose? Haha!



I'll buy it if you wanna try it

heat added thanks, 30.95 prime it says and 2 to 3 weeks delivery

It says not for emulsion , and boy are they right. Bought one when they were £56 and thought I knew best lol

miaas

It says not for emulsion , and boy are they right. Bought one when they … It says not for emulsion , and boy are they right. Bought one when they were £56 and thought I knew best lol


Not sure where it says that as I can see this: "if using other materials, like emulsion paint, primers, and glazes, all you have to do is add a little diluter such as water or solvent."

The 4 and 5 star reviews on Amazon far out-weigh the 1, 2 and 3 star reviews however I find in practice that most times the lower star reviews are mostly right. Lots of people complained about it won't do emulsion even when thinned down. Wonder how good it would be with fence paint.

It only has a 600ml tank so won't hold too much but then if it was a litre plus it would make it heavy. Hmmm, I may buy one as my fence is 100 foot long !!
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 10th Oct 2015

Bought one so here is some heat. The 4 and 5 star reviews convinced me.

Any idea how useful this is for spraying lacquers etc on furniture?

dilyes

Not sure where it says that as I can see this: "if using other materials, … Not sure where it says that as I can see this: "if using other materials, like emulsion paint, primers, and glazes, all you have to do is add a little diluter such as water or solvent."



I was going by my instructions, I see on the Amazon site you're correct. They may have changed something as mine was bought around a year ago.

Great bits over kit.

Any suggestions for a sprayer that can handle masonry paint? Fed up with trying to get the brush into the rough render on my place.

Great for spraying fences too. Saved me hours and hours of labour.

I still haven't received mine. In Amazon it is saying "Not yet dispatched
Delivery estimate: We need a little more time to provide you with a good estimate. We'll notify you via e-mail as soon as we have an estimated delivery date."
I saw somewhere that it will be available later in November but not sure how I got to that page.. Anybody else in this situation?
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