Shamelessly copied this thread over from TWH2 to gauge peoples opinions on this forum.
I've got a few jobs coming up that need painting. A number of these are "well funded" so I'm thinking of using the proceeds from these to invest in an electric paint spraying system.
I've been watching Peter Millards "playing at spraying" series and the issues he's had with the Graco Ultra have put me off the airless systems so I'm set on the electric HVLP route. I also don't really want to go down the compressor + gun option as I want the portability and less workshop space it consumes.
I've seen this in Toolstation
https://www.toolstation.com/wagner-w890 ... q0QAvD_BwE
The option of swapping guns appeals as I could swap over when wanting to spray primer and top coats in the same day. Spare parts should be easy to come by and the unit packs up into itself.
Then there's this at Axminster
https://www.axminster.co.uk/fuji-mini-m ... nit-951679
The single review isn't great but that is three years old and I believe the model has been changed since that was posted. Also Axminster after sales service is always good.
and this from Air Supplies
https://www.airsupplies.co.uk/apollo-pr ... ray-system
I don't know anything about Apollo or Air Supplies but that doesn't mean they aren't good.
Have any of our community members got any sprayers they would recommend?
My budget runs to £3-400 but if good results and reliable operation can be had for £200 I wont complain!
FYI I only use water-based paints and will probably be using it for 4 hours a week.