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Ryobi 5133002868 R18GLU-0 Hot Glue Gun, 18V Hyper Green - £24.67 at Amazon Germany
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Ryobi 5133002868 R18GLU-0 Hot Glue Gun, 18V Hyper Green - £24.67 at Amazon Germany

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Ryobi 5133002868 R18GLU-0 Hot Glue Gun, 18V Hyper Green - £24.67 at Amazon Germany
Posted 31st Jul

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Seems like a good deal for this glue gun, going through other amazon sites often turns up a good deal and this is currently £31.81 on amazon.co.uk.

Should be noted this is a bare tool, so no battery and charger are included. But a good price if you're already in the Ryobi system.

Updated with delivery costs assuming you don't add anything else to the order. Maybe chuck in some glue sticks too
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  • Hot glue can be used with a variety of materials such as paper, cardboard, textiles, leather, plastic, wood, metal, cork or stone.
  • Two-finger trigger for more control. Diameter of the nozzle: 3 mm. Glue stick diameter: 11 mm.
  • With a heating time of 3 minutes, you can start in no time.
  • Compatible with universal and strong glue sticks that have a diameter of 11 mm.
  • Box contents: R18GLU-0 Glue Gun (without battery and charger, compatible with all 18V One+ batteries and chargers of the system), three glue sticks.
  • Compatible battery and charger not included.
22 Comments
Great price and great glue gun.
After delivery is added on its around £30
Owner of this for a while. Great weapon to have in the workshop. 🏻👌🏻

Hot!
Edited by: "phatman55" 31st Jul
bobbarley31/07/2020 10:43

After delivery is added on its around £30


Hmm, you're right. I'll update. I didn't realise in Euros you need to order 30 euros minimum.
What kind of jobs do you guys use this for?
I really want one and I'm trying to justify purchasing it, but don't know if if ever use it!
It's currently £31.81 on the UK Amazon store.
And according to 🐫 it's pretty cheap at the moment at the UK price
Saban31/07/2020 10:59

What kind of jobs do you guys use this for?I really want one and I'm …What kind of jobs do you guys use this for?I really want one and I'm trying to justify purchasing it, but don't know if if ever use it!


Tons of uses, but mine eats batteries. I literally have to charge it before every use or it goes dead.
William_Moore31/07/2020 11:26

Tons of uses, but mine eats batteries. I literally have to charge it …Tons of uses, but mine eats batteries. I literally have to charge it before every use or it goes dead.



What size batteries are you using it with? The 2Ah ones are pretty anemic...
Rob_Webb31/07/2020 11:46

What size batteries are you using it with? The 2Ah ones are pretty …What size batteries are you using it with? The 2Ah ones are pretty anemic...


2 & 5. The 2 is pointless, yet is fine on my strimmer. Just seems very heavy drain.
William_Moore31/07/2020 11:55

2 & 5. The 2 is pointless, yet is fine on my strimmer. Just seems very …2 & 5. The 2 is pointless, yet is fine on my strimmer. Just seems very heavy drain.



The 2 only has one use; drilling one thing in a place where the 5 will be too heavy or bulky to fit. Bit of a pain that the glue gun eats batteries though, was thinking of getting it, might take the plunge anyway...
Rob_Webb31/07/2020 11:58

The 2 only has one use; drilling one thing in a place where the 5 will be …The 2 only has one use; drilling one thing in a place where the 5 will be too heavy or bulky to fit. Bit of a pain that the glue gun eats batteries though, was thinking of getting it, might take the plunge anyway...


It’s fine for the odd job after it’s taken around 5 mins to get to temp. I can do a couple of sticks in on the 2.
Saban31/07/2020 10:59

What kind of jobs do you guys use this for?I really want one and I'm …What kind of jobs do you guys use this for?I really want one and I'm trying to justify purchasing it, but don't know if if ever use it!


Have you not seen those amazing 5 minute craft videos? /s


It's handy for woodwork when you need to temporarily fix things together.

Also useful when doing crafts with the kids. Of course I wouldn't let the younger kids use it, I'd do it for them.

I guess it depends on the hobbies you or your family enjoy. If you aren't crafty or making things then it's probably not something you'll use.
I looked at something else from Amazon De and clicking the prime 30 day trial took off the shipping cost.....is that correct fro items sent to the UK does anyone know? I`m guessing it would need to be cancelled fairly quickly
How fo you get it for that price? Coming as more for me with glue sticks added?
It's not a bad gluegun, but it takes an age to heat up
I would probably go for a wired glue gun given the price and the fact it seems to eat batteries. Like the heat gun it doesn’t make sense unless you must have it be wireless due to the power consumption.
KezzaMcDezza31/07/2020 19:35

I would probably go for a wired glue gun given the price


I've been well invested into the Ryobi ecosystem for over 10 years and have considered this in the past, but also have a few Bosch Professional18v tools (which I'm slowly moving over to), but even I chose a 240v glue gun.

I opted for the'Bosch PK18E', (the green DIY rasnge), which is currently £19.99 on Amazon ATM, but occasionally goes down to under £14 and it's excellent and the longer metal tip makes for very accurate gluing (if that's your thing).
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Edited by: "Lakesman" 31st Jul
Keith953431/07/2020 15:53

I looked at something else from Amazon De and clicking the prime 30 day …I looked at something else from Amazon De and clicking the prime 30 day trial took off the shipping cost.....is that correct fro items sent to the UK does anyone know? I`m guessing it would need to be cancelled fairly quickly


No, its a germany prime, not covering uk, I chatted with their cs before n been told its different from uk prime
Judging by the comments this seems a great price. Thanks for posting @Arkanoid_McZombietron
Lakesman31/07/2020 21:06

I've been well invested into the Ryobi ecosystem for over 10 years and …I've been well invested into the Ryobi ecosystem for over 10 years and have considered this in the past, but also have a few Bosch Professional18v tools (which I'm slowly moving over to), but even I chose a 240v glue gun.I opted for the'Bosch PK18E', (the green DIY rasnge), which is currently £19.99 on Amazon ATM, but occasionally goes down to under £14 and it's excellent and the longer metal tip makes for very accurate gluing (if that's your thing).[Image]


I am trying to decide between the bosch and dremmel (got the name from some of the bosch reviews)hot glue guns.. The one thing going in favour of bosch is the longer tip, though there are a couple of negative reviews mentioning its just the branding and not much functionality ... I only intend to use for kids art and crafts but would be good to have a reliable all rounder. Did you consider Dremel glue stick by any chance and is Bosch really good? trying to keep the budget under £20
Edited by: "blkwhte" 9th Aug
blkwhte09/08/2020 11:02

I am trying to decide between the bosch and dremmel (got the name from …I am trying to decide between the bosch and dremmel (got the name from some of the bosch reviews)hot glue guns.. The one thing going in favour of bosch is the longer tip, though there are a couple of negative reviews mentioning its just the branding and not much functionality ... I only intend to use for kids art and crafts but would be good to have a reliable all rounder. Did you consider Dremel glue stick by any chance and is Bosch really good? trying to keep the budget under £20

I only use mine occasionally and it's spot on for what I use it for, which is to stick down the flaps on boxes when posting relatively large items sold on eBay.

It just makes the packaging more secure than 2" tape alone.

I think the main thing to consider though is the glue sticks you use.

I tend to use the 300mm sticks and the Bosch seems to get up to operating temperature quickly and must get hotter than the Bostik mini glue gun I used to use (that was a painfully slow thing to use in hindsight) as it can push the thicker/longer sticks through quite quickly.

I've no knowledge of the Dremel though, so cannot comment on that comparison.

Dremel are part of the Robert Bosch group though, so *should* be of similar quality.
Edited by: "Lakesman" 9th Aug
Lakesman09/08/2020 11:57

I only use mine occasionally and it's spot on for what I use it for, which …I only use mine occasionally and it's spot on for what I use it for, which is to stick down the flaps on boxes when posting relatively large items sold on eBay.It just makes the packaging more secure than 2" tape alone.I think the main thing to consider though is the glue sticks you use.I tend to use the 300mm sticks and the Bosch seems to get up to operating temperature quickly and must get hotter than the Bostik mini glue gun I used to use (that was a painfully slow thing to use in hindsight) as it can push the thicker/longer sticks through quite quickly.I've no knowledge of the Dremel though, so cannot comment on that comparison.Dremel are part of the Robert Bosch group though, so *should* be of similar quality.


very helpful - thank you !
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