Steinel Neo 2 Hot Glue Gun (3342081)

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Steinel Neo 2 Hot Glue Gun (3342081)
Robust cordless hot-melt glue applicator neo2 is an indispensable helper in the workshop, garage and home, cordless gluing with rechargeable Li-Ion battery, ready for gluing in 15 sec
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Excl. VAT: £49.95 Incl. VAT: £59.94
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Steinel Neo 2 Hot Glue Gun

The neo2 cordless hot-melt glue applicator for the workshop, garage, hobby and home. For high-strength, permanent bonding and insulation of virtually all materials – metal, wood, plastics, ceramics and much more besides.

The cordless neo2 cordless hot-melt glue applicator is a DIY tool with professional qualities. Strong, flexible, accurate, neat and ready to start gluing in 15 sec.. Thanks to the automatic adhesive drawback system, the adhesive is automatically drawn back into the nozzle on releasing the feed button, preventing glue from being delivered unnecessarily.The adhesive is dry after 10 sec. and reaches final bonding strength in less than 2 min. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery is a strong performer too: providing 30 minutes of continuous use on one battery charge. The battery charges in less than 3 h using the micro-USB charger provided. Temperature is controlled electronically: the heating system only heats the nozzle head, the rest of the tool stays cool. The cordless holt-melt glue applicator switches off automatically when not in use. Product benefits in in brief: 275 g, heating-up time of just 15 sec, 30 min rechargeable battery run time during continuous use, 3 h battery recharging time, complete with micro-USB charger.

Box Contains

1 x NEO 2
3 x Gluesticks
1 x Micro-USB-charger



Additional Information

3 Year Warranty

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