Cordless Hot Glue Gun for Craft with 18V Makita Battery, 4 Adjustable Temperatures Fast Preheating Full Size Cordless Glue Gun

(8 customer reviews)
$59.99

Color Green Brand etoolab Style Trigger Power Source Battery Powered Wattage 100 watts With high-quality battery, more comfortable and economical: the ETOOLAB wireless professional hot glue gun is equipped with a high-quality 2000 mAh lithium battery – longer service life than conventional batteries and a usage time of up to 70 minutes; compatible with 18V/20V…

Description






Product Description

cordless glue gun

cordless hot glue gun

wireless glue gun

glue gun

Cordless Hot Glue Gun Kit

hot glue gun

hot glue gun kit

Important information

Wattage

100 watts

Bulb Voltage

18 volts

Additional information

Color

‎Green

Brand

‎etoolab

Style

‎Trigger

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Wattage

‎100 watts

Voltage

‎18 Volts

Compatible Material

‎Wood

Part Number

‎ET-BTGLUE-GN-US

Item Weight

‎3.67 pounds

Package Dimensions

‎10.94 x 8.19 x 4.33 inches

Country of Origin

‎China

Item model number

‎‎CG100-Green

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Included Components

‎Batteries

Batteries Included?

‎Yes

Batteries Required?

‎Yes

Battery Cell Type

‎Lithium Ion

ASIN

B0CLXYTXZQ

Date First Available

October 27, 2023

Manufacturer

‎etoolab

8 reviews for Cordless Hot Glue Gun for Craft with 18V Makita Battery, 4 Adjustable Temperatures Fast Preheating Full Size Cordless Glue Gun

  1. Tymur

    Works great, battery last more than for 3 hours, comes with 30 glue sticks.

  2. Kat M

    I found this cordless hot glue gun to be easy to use. The temperature can be adjusted from 130 to 230 degrees Celsius and can handle lower and higher heat glue sticks which are included. Also included are green colored glue sticks, a round mat and finger protectors. It uses a rechargeable 18 V Makita battery. The lights flash red when heating and glow green when the glue gun reached the proper temperature. The set fits nicely inside the included cloth case.

  3. Allphor

    It’s wonderful having a cordless option for hot melt which also has the capability to do varied temp. (I’ve had a number of corded guns over the years but this is my first cordless.) One convenient aspect of this gun is it is compatible with makita batteries – and it’s battery can be used in my makita drill (BUT it cannot be charged in a makita charger fyi, you’ll need to use the included cord charger). I tried out this gun with high temp polyamide glue and am taking off a star because I found I needed to set the temp 20 degrees C higher than with my other guns to get the hot melt to cure properly. But that’s not a deal breaker – 200 deg C is sufficient for all the high-temp glue i work with, and the dial on this gun goes to 220 deg C. My only other criticism is I wish I could install different tips like you can on many of those I’ve owned. Overall, though, I think this gun with battery included is a good buy.

  4. Daughter of time

    I’ve used hot glue guns since I was a child with my grandma, but this is the first cordless one I’ve tried. I thought they were maybe a little gimmicky, but I am impressed!! This one heats up very quickly and is super easy to maneuver around. I like that I’m not tied to a cord anymore and when you’re making crafts, having a cord out of the way is huge. The battery lasts quite a long time and it doesn’t take very long to charge either. They were also nice enough to include some large glue sticks which was very helpful.

  5. S.D.

    I appreciate the concept of the battery being compatible with Makita chargers… if only I was a Makita household. But I’ll just label it and the charger like I do with all my other non-matching cordless devices. I previously had a “cordless” glue gun, but it just allowed you to remove the cord and use the residual heat to melt glue for a short duration. This one is the real thing. And with all the glue sticks, I’ll be set for awhile. The low-heat setting is helpful for my PDR dent puller, so I’ll likely buy another to upgrade that kit the next time I need to pull some hail dings.

  6. Krystle Johnson

    I have been using the 80’s version of a glue gun. Let me tell you, this is the Tesla’s of glue guns. This thing is huge, and hot. Do not turn it all the way up, it is not needed. I love that there is a temp control, very smaller projects I don’t need my glue to melt and come out fast. So I turn the temp down and it slowly comes out. Please make sure you wear the silicone finger thingy, because the glue is HOT. I made a mistake and touch the glue. It’s charges quickly, it very convenient not to have a short cord in my way. I’m no longer sitting on the floor next to the outlet working on my projects. The bag to keep it in is very nice, this gives you the ability to keep the glue stick, gun, and batteries together. It’s lightweight, made out of good materials. I love it.

  7. Tracy Bertrand

    The battery charged up fine and attached to glue gun, but it wouldn’t turn on.Returning.Disappointed because I loved how it came with its own case and was rechargeable.

  8. Amazon Customer

    I used it 1 time and the trigger broke. It takes a long time to heat up… I have purchased 2 cordless hot glue tubs and both were terrible. Thought it would be easier than the corded ones. but, NO.. they don’t hold a charge for very long and take forever to heat up.. going back to the regular old fashioned obe

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