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Dewalt DW340K Heatgun 2000W (Paint stripper etc) £21.91 Delivered @ Amazon RRP £78.72
Dewalt DW340K Heatgun 2000W (Paint stripper etc)  £21.91 Delivered @ Amazon RRP £78.72

Dewalt DW340K Heatgun 2000W (Paint stripper etc) £21.91 Delivered @ Amazon RRP £78.72

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Superb tool, I know as I've got one, gets very hot!
Dewalt DW340K Heatgun
* Heavy duty 2000 watt hot quality air gun
* Variable temperature control
* Removable front ring enables working in tight corners and hard to reach places
* Closed grip and ergonmic handle shape, for easy handling and effortless use over long periods
* Ideally suited for dust free removal of old paints, sealing, shaping plastics
* Drying new coats of paint or filler repair
* Repair welding of tents, boats and many similar jobs
* Power input 2000 watts
* Standard nozzle pack 1 each glass, spoon reflector, cone, fishtail surface, and steel paint scraper

16 Comments

these are awsome for taking dents out of your plastic bumpers on cars etc.....
take the bumper off heat it press out dent

Same price at screwfix at the moment (screwfix.com/pro…Gun) so possible saving on shipping there. Hot find otherwise (see what i did there?)

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drewdibble;4677276

Same price at screwfix at the moment so possible saving on shipping there.


This includes shipping £21.91 Delivered

Hot here too.

G0OSE;4677454

This includes shipping £21.91 Delivered



I should read closer, my bad.

A good deal but please don't believe Amazons silly inflated RRP, this tool sell for between £22 and £49 in most stores

rudey;4677190

these are awsome for taking dents out of your plastic bumpers on cars … these are awsome for taking dents out of your plastic bumpers on cars etc.....take the bumper off heat it press out dent



As is a hairdryer! try it next time- works wonders to take out a dent

can also be used to fix your 360

can i use this for creme brulees?

whats the best way to pull a bumper out with one of these? wont it burn the paint?

jamesfooker;4683354

whats the best way to pull a bumper out with one of these? wont it burn … whats the best way to pull a bumper out with one of these? wont it burn the paint?



dunno abt this gun, but the dent we removed from the bumper was with the HAIRDRYER which softened the material, and then we just poked it out (dent) from the inner part of the bumper. no melting, no paint damage...it was on a silver car

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these are good on site to make boring cheese sandwichs into toasties...

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goldmax;4685377

these are good on site to make boring cheese sandwichs into toasties...


LOL good one, never thought of that.....he says firing up his heat gun :-D Maybe you can do those with a hairdryer too!:p

I've had three of these DeWalt heat guns and they all die after about 4-6 months of use. The internals start rattling about inside, sparks start flying out, then they cease to work. The RRP is heavily inflated as these where around £25-30 on tooledup.com when I bought ours around three years ago.

IMHO you would be much better of with a cheap ScrewFix one. Not only do they perform just as well, they are also easier to handle as the DeWalt one is big and lumbersome. The Dewalt is as noisy as a hairdryer and performs like one too.

I now own a Bosch Professional (£80) heat gun which has been going strong for the last 14 months. Even on the lowest setting it puts out more heat than the Dewalt on maximum heat and you can hardly hear the thing working.

We have these heat guns at work and they seem fine - one broke but they come with a one year guarantee. I bought mine from Screwfix, and all I had to do was take the old (broken) one with the receipt and I got a new one straight away.

Fine for £22 and the others have been working great for 2 years.

Hi guys, these are pretty decent "when they work" however over the last year I am on my third one. All of a sudden they lose heat whilst your using them and they become more of a haridryer and seriously they have only enough heat to dry your hair. Good thing, from screwfix there is a no nonesense returns and they sort a replacement out but once more and forget it, ill still with Bosch for heatguns or even something cheaper from LIDL lol
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