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bratan

I'm using hot glue gun a lot lately, and it's a cheapo one. I'd like to upgrade to something better w/ features like on/off switch, very quick initial heating up and drip protection (if there's such thing). Any recommendations?
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Osgeld

we have a black n decker at work, its pretty nice and its easier to hold, but I dont think it does any better or worse than one found at the dollar store.
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Zapro

By luck a member donated this to the local hackerspace, and it rocks!

http://www.bosch-do-it.com/gb/en/diy/tools/pkp-3-6-li-3165140696739-199879.jsp

I can highly recommend it!

// Per.

CrossRoads

I got a nice one at home depot  while ago, works much better than the little blue low temp glue gun.
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