July 7, 2011

Wagner EZ Tilt

wagner_EZ_tilt.pngSmall paint sprayers definitely have their place (particularly picket fences and railing systems), but they do have technological drawbacks; one of the biggest being the inability to point one up or down.

Looks like Wagner has thought this problem through and the result in their EZ Tilt sprayer. Basically the straw that sits in the paint (and moves it through the sprayer) is flexible enough to follow gravity as the sprayer is moved around, meaning you can now spray up and down and not worry about the spray putterring out.

There are three models available, each with more features. The smallest of the these is going to cost about $100 and is at Home Depot.

We reviewed some other small Wagner sprayers here if you're interested.

More information at wagnereztilt.com

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at July 7, 2011 5:17 AM

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Recent Comments

There is this thing called a "clunk" used in gas tanks for weed eaters and remote control airplanes. It is a weight that attaches to the end of the gas line that sucks up the gas. For the life of me I don't know why someone doesn't use this space age technology in spray bottles. It would let you suck up the last 3/4" in the windex bottle. Anyone want to partner together and sell 360-degree spray bottles?


Posted by: sam at July 7, 2011 9:15 PM
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