Surebonder Professional 60 Watt 18 Volt Cordless Full Size Glue Gun - Battery & Charger Sold Separately (PRO2-60)

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SKU: 410-PRO2-60
$34.95
  • Battery Sold Separately

Surebonder PRO2-60. 60 Watt 18 Volt Ryobi® Cordless Professional Heavy Duty Hot Glue Gun - Uses full size, 7/16" glue sticks. Compatible with Ryobi® batteries (not included), or Milwaukee®, Makita®, and DeWalt® with optional adapters.

  • 380 °F / 193 °C Operating Temperature - ideal for Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) and GPR (Glue Pull Repair) work
  • 18 Volt Cordless - allows up to 1 hour of cordless usage time
  • 1/2", 7/16" (0.43") Diameter - standard size hot glue sticks
  • Comfort rubber grip handle
  • Interchangable nozzles available seperately

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Surebonder is a leading manufacturer of hot melt products and industrial glue guns.  Family owned and operated in Wauconda, IL since 1968.

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03/22/2021
Anonymous
United States United States
I love time savers.

I build and install custom cabinets. I use hit glue to temporarily position drawer fronts in place and also as a third hand when placing mouldings. This cordless hot glue gun is extremely handy when working from a ladder or when moving quickly through a project. It heats quickly and holds it's temperature well. I'm highlyl impressed with this tool and will likely buy several more.

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03/13/2019
Tim R.
Surebonder 18v cordless glue gun

Heats up fast and keeps a perfect temperature

JM
03/06/2019
Jamie M.
United States
Pdr glue gun

The gun is great heats up fast and decent battery life. But with the Mikita battery adapter makes it top heavy and unable to sit up right with out tipping forward. Price is right! I made a block to prevent tipping. I also hook the gun on my cart. Thanks