Pink - Adhesive Applicators
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Mon Jun 23 00:00:00 MDT 2008posh4tisch Rating:4.0
This is your best bet for applying crystals, but they do sometime get stuck in the attachment head of the tool. If your going to buy one of these this one on Overstock is the best deal.
Tue Jan 03 00:00:00 MST 2012elizwlsn Rating:5.0
I love this adhesive. Very sticky. I ended up getting the pink atg gun as well because it's so cost effective and it was rated well and I like the atg tape but not as much as I like the ez runner. It's a great size and it adheres very well. I bought when they had free shipping which brought it down in price to about 1/2 what it costs at Joanns.
Tue Mar 12 00:00:00 MDT 2013readersmom Rating:4.0
Bought as givt for my daughter who is big into craftng. She loves it.
Thu Nov 24 00:00:00 MST 2011dmb29 Rating:1.0
This was the biggest disappointment and wasted $**. Sucks the life out of batteries in no time. Take my advice and stick to a wire and plug.
Tue Mar 08 00:00:00 MST 2011garlicluvr Rating:5.0
This glue gun is just what I was looking for. The glue sticks I'm using need a lower temperature or they burn and smoke. The low setting on this gun is perfect. Overstock had the cheapest price and lowest shipping charges, although it did take 12 days to receive it via USPS.
Sat Dec 10 00:00:00 MST 2011verbjohnng Rating:5.0
The product functions as expected. For the price it is a good value. About a week of use and it is still functioning. Pros: - Dual temperature setting - On high setting it could expel glue as quick as you want to Cons: - Leaks glue when plugged in and using stand - Flimsy stand design
Mon Sep 19 00:00:00 MDT 2011metalmom30 Rating:2.0
I just used this gun at a craft fair yesterday. The gun worked ok for about an hour, then the batteries died. This gun eats batteries like cheetos. I actually had to send someone out to the store to buy more - and at 4 batteries in a clip that's not cheap. When the show was over (it lasted 5 hours) I had already eaten through about 28 batteries. Unfortunately, there's no real warning when they are going to die, so when someone was waiting at my table and I realized the batteries had died, yet again, they had to wait for the gun to heat up. Luckily, the gun heats up kinda fast - which is a good thing. Also, the glue let down is not as great as a plug in gun. It comes out very slow and the trigger doesn't work well. I had to push down on the stick of glue coming out of the back of the gun to get it to flow well. For what I needed it for, I guess it worked ok, but I wouldn't recommend this gun to someone who plans on doing a LOT of craft work.