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Glue Gun only £2 @ Poundland
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Found 21st JanFound 21st Jan
Ok, another 'not a pound' deal from Poundland but I thought that this was a good price for a glue gun. Packs of glue sticks available separately (£1) (Two glue sticks are included … Read more
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lkilmurray15 m ago

bad eyesight ,.


You should get a glue gun to mend your glasses and stop yourself falling into a time warp.
shadey1222nd Jan

Who's confused and why are you shouting?



bad eyesight ,.

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diddlypockets28 m ago

is this in all poundlands? their website does not show this...


I would assume so?
is this in all poundlands? their website does not show this...
lkilmurray13 m ago

32 IN THE PACK FROM POUNDLAND ,I PAID £2.00 ,SOMEWHAT CONFUSED


Who's confused and why are you shouting?
Bosch glue gun 3.6v with micro usb charger £19.99 / £24.94 delivered @ Clas ohlson
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Found 21st JanFound 21st Jan
Includes glue sticks Also in store
marra3 h, 23 m ago

Do these leak glue once you release the button? I have a cheap one for …Do these leak glue once you release the button? I have a cheap one for circuit board jobs but you have no control and end up with glue everywhere, Thanks and heat added.


Yes, a little, but not as bad as a traditional glue gun.

It's pretty ok for general gluing tasks, but the adhesive doesn't seem to be as strong as traditional glue guns (maybe it's the glue stick I bought?).
Sounds like a great idea. Micro usb charging is very useful. This I will get one.
Do these leak glue once you release the button? I have a cheap one for circuit board jobs but you have no control and end up with glue everywhere, Thanks and heat added.
What would you use this for except hammering your mrs? Lol 🙈🙈🙈
I've got one of these. Great little device for quick repairs. Heats up quickly. Keep it handy in your toolbox. :¬}
Heavy Duty Glue Gun 60W + 30 Glue Sticks for Construction or Arts&Crafts £10.99 prime / £15.74 non prime @ Amazon by VEUK
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Found 8th Nov 2017Found 8th Nov 2017
If you are still chasing the goose in B&M store for the £1 deal, and you have been let down, this maybe for you! Use code 5Y7GOMD3 at checkout for £4 off RRP to bring the pr… Read more
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Not a bad price, bought ours from lidls yesterday, plus extra pack of glue sticks for £2.99 mainly because it's over the road and have a long warranty, but if they didn't have them in, would have probably gone for something like this
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kowalski24 m ago

how does this one …how does this one compare?https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01BLGWST2/£10.99Nayka Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks Bundle (55-Pack) - 15W Glue Gun Heats Up Quickly - Ultra Clear Hot Melt Craft Glue - Hobbyists, Crafters, Crafting, Fabrics, Ceramics & More - Glue Sticks (7.4mm x 100mm)


Only 15W. which will take a long time to heat the glue stick up. only certain types of glue stick you can buy, ones that melt in low temperature. You cant use heavy duty glue stick. It does not take standard size glue stick, so can be hard in future to buy more gluestick.
how does this one compare?

amazon.co.uk/gp/…T2/

£10.99

Nayka Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks Bundle (55-Pack) - 15W Glue Gun Heats Up Quickly - Ultra Clear Hot Melt Craft Glue - Hobbyists, Crafters, Crafting, Fabrics, Ceramics & More - Glue Sticks (7.4mm x 100mm)
BTW, the Lidl one is actually 500w (initially), dropping to about 25w once at temperature...
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Rolson Glue Gun 240V + 30 pack Glue Sticks £1 @ B&M In store deal
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Found 1st Nov 2017Found 1st Nov 2017
Posted on their website and so have a look at your local store. Wouldn't make a special trip but if you are going to check out the Sharpie deal, check for this as well. Rolson Gl… Read more
shabbird1 h, 40 m ago

wooohooo well done.

That seemed to silence the non believers
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Mulva422 m ago

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wooohooo well done.
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Mulva423rd Nov

Got the last one in my local, shelf ticket still had full price so went …Got the last one in my local, shelf ticket still had full price so went and price checked it at till and rung through a £1.Happy days..


Sorry to be pedantic but would there be any chance of proof of this? I think if you could offer some we'd all feel a little better that these deals are actually real.
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Mulva423 h, 7 m ago

Got the last one in my local, shelf ticket still had full price so went …Got the last one in my local, shelf ticket still had full price so went and price checked it at till and rung through a £1.Happy days..


yay nice one.
Stanley Glue Gun with 24 Glue Sticks - £9.99 @ Argos
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Found 9th Dec 2016Found 9th Dec 2016
Comes with 24 Glue Sticks! This 230V mains power Stanley mini glue gun has two different melt settings to cover a wide variety of gluing applications. Ideal to quickly attach or … Read more
Is this better than No More Nails for attaching skirting boards using adhesive only?
jeffsmaw

Fab. Thank you very much



Those are the one's you get with it. It has two temps. I used it on the low temp to repair a pull on my berber carpet. It worked perfectly well, the stand prop was pointless so make sure you have somewhere to rest it.
order thanks
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link? (to this great Stanley Glue Gun deal)



Appreciate eBay's are not Stanley branded but do you really need a branded glue gun? They all come from China. Mine looks identical to this.
Edited by: "R0B" 9th Dec 2016
shame, none by me. hot
Hot Melt Mini Glue Gun was £10 @ hobbycraft + 10% student discount
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Found 4th Dec 2016Found 4th Dec 2016
Could possibly get it for £5 if you ring up your local store and collect it rather than click and collect which is £1 extra. £4.5 for students :) --------------------------------… Read more
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Was always around £3 on AliExpress. Except that shipping takes around 2-3 weeks.
Also in "Tiger" for 5£
I have bought a craft glue gun for my boy in School with all the projects he gets in early years primary school. I have found that the 7mm glue sticks are more expensive and you end up using more of the stick to try and get it to stick whatever you are working on so when my sticks run out I will be buying a cheap one from screwfix so that the sticks are bigger and cheaper to use frequently. It's also easier to buy more sticks whenever you need them as most people now have a Screwfix near them. screwfix.com/p/t…101 it's only £9.99 as well
Turret

Thanks



Check out the reviews first it's not looking good
glue sticks are best ordered online. last time I got any I paid 85p for 10 7mm sticks, that was on amazon and I didnt look for long. sure ebay would be even cheaper.
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PARKSIDE Hot Glue Gun (Lidl) Avail 6th Nov - £7.99
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Found 7th Nov 2016Found 7th Nov 2016
Seems to be a good deal, much better than cheapest hobby ones for same / more money. Already got a corded one, this will be good for when a cable is a pain. Link to same deal las… Read more
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Perhaps a bit late to comment but I bought one of these and used it a couple of times then the next time I was in Lidl, decided to buy more glue sticks but although they had about ten glue guns, the glue sticks were out of stock - so I bought a load off eBay.

A few days later, I was doing some gluing and needed to swap the nozzle for the long one. After I started gluing again, the nozzle shot off and hot glue was squirting all over the place and I ended up getting burned. When it cooled down, I looked at the nozzle and the metal ferrule inside had actually broken in two and half was stuck in the glue gun - so I could not even use another nozzle.

I took it back to Lidl on Saturday but because they had sent them back to the warehouse as the promotion had finished, I was told that I could only have a refund; which I very reluctantly accepted after complaining that I was now stuck with 2kg of glue sticks and no glue gun.

I contacted Lidl customer services to complain that whilst I like their products, the way they run promotions means that if ever anybody has a problem after the promotion has finished, their options are very limited. I was then told that the shop should have told me to contact them first so that they could arrange for the supplier to contact me but because I had been given a refund - almost against my will - there was nothing they could do and advised me to wait until the glue guns were on offer again!

Meanwhile, I am half way through a project...
bobby-gg

Be aware that this isn't cordless as such, you plug it into the base … Be aware that this isn't cordless as such, you plug it into the base plate to warm up, then remove it to use it whilst it's still warm, then place it back on the 'charging station' to heat up again. It's OK, but obviously stops working when it starts to cool down



Your correct. But it can be used via the cable too
Wilko have a Loctite one for £7.49 just for info...
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bobby-gg

Be aware that this isn't cordless as such, you plug it into the base … Be aware that this isn't cordless as such, you plug it into the base plate to warm up, then remove it to use it whilst it's still warm, then place it back on the 'charging station' to heat up again. It's OK, but obviously stops working when it starts to cool down



Ah thanks for the info.
I just picked one of these up. works really well. nice case and different nozzles. heats up fast and is really well made. only 3 glue sticks included but Lidl had a set of longer glue sticks for £3 so I got a pack.

glad I got it. thanks bigbigchilli
2000w Heat Gun with Accessories now £9.99 at Wickes (Free C&C)
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Found 26th Feb 2016Found 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 … Read more
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Fab OP thanks
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
Got one of these last year for £10
excellent product, very good set with accessories - recommended!
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.
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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.



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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
TRIGGER ELECTRIC HOT MELT GLUE GUN PLUS 50 ADHESIVE STICKS FOR HOBBY CRAFT MINI £4.48 @ electronic_world/eBay.
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Mini Glue Gun with Trigger Control with Stand + 50 Glue Sticks Our gun is 20W (twice as powerful as others sold on ebay) melts the glue quicker - Better than any other g… Read more
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Great for waterproofing circuit boards too, just blob it all over when … Great for waterproofing circuit boards too, just blob it all over when you're done


Thank you thats fantastic never thought about that !
Bought one of these to fix our paddock gate but realised after a while it’s not my stile. X)
mykaloen

these are a bloody nightmare to use...the wired ones have a ridiculously … these are a bloody nightmare to use...the wired ones have a ridiculously short lead and the glue continues to run at all times, so i don't know why it has a trigger



Can you cut down a glue stick to roughly how much you think you'll use in one session, and reduce the amount of lost glue/overrun?
Edited by: "HarryFenner" 13th Feb 2014
bought one thanks
What do people use these for? I've had one for ages and it doesn't matter what materials I stick together with this they just fall apart. Now I either use super glue or no more nails.
Lidl offers from 31 October... 32 Hot Glue Gun sticks £2.99, Rhinestone setter £7.99 and more
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Some good things to be had from Thursday this week - 32 hot glue gun sticks for £2.99, a *cordless* hot glue gun with three nozzles for £7.99, a rhinestone setter for £7.99 and 150… Read more
Tried at mine none left ;-(
Managed to get Rhinestone applicator set - great xmas stocking filler for the other half - thanks
RC planes made out of foam board - that's what I use mine for!

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These are great:)

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spionkop

I have yet to find a use for a glue gun. I'm tempted to vote cold for it … I have yet to find a use for a glue gun. I'm tempted to vote cold for it being no more than silly impulse buys.

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I use mine to join 2 pieces of wood that are too awkwardly shaped for G-clamps. Squirt the glue on one piece, attach the other piece, hold together for 60 seconds and they are joined. They can then be screwed together. You can't rely on the hot glue alone for a permanent joint.
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