Eastwood Dual Voltage HotCoat Powder Coating Gun
Product Review (submitted on March 21, 2012):
I purchased the gun and instantly it was leaking from where the cup connects to the gun. After a few days of use and not paying any mind to the leak, the gun stooped working. I had to figure out the issue myself since i did not want to send it out and wait for them to send it back. The switch to trigger the charge was also made very cheap and the wire disconnected itself from the switch. I fixed that. After that i decided to contact Eastowood about the leak and they send me instructions on how to fix the issue myself. I had only own the gun for less than a month and they tell me how to fix it. Also the way they instructed me to fix the gun is probably the way the gun should be manufactured from the start. The fact that they had a whole PDF file with pictures and instructions on how to fix it, leads me to believe that these guns go bad all the time. Bad quality gun. Would not recommend to anyone.