Review: Wagner 0529014 iSpray Front End Kit

Wagner is one of the most highly respected brands in the paint sprayer industry with many customers hailing it as the next best thing to expensive professional-level sprayers. One of the things that set them apart from other companies in the same industry is their exclusive Lock N’ Go system, which allows you to mix and match parts from their various paint sprayer systems for different styles of project. The iSpray Front End Kit is an excellent upgrade to many older Wagner paint sprayer systems.

What makes the iSpray Front End Kit so great?

The iSpray Front End Kit features an attached paint container and an iSpray nozzle which is compatible with any type of unthinned house paint. The most recent advances in this technology mean that you can even use unthinned latex paint with your iSpray nozzle now, although most people find it easier to clean the product afterward if they dilute latex paint slightly.

There are also four easily switched pattern options: narrow, wide, vertical, and horizontal. This makes it excellent for a variety of projects, although this kit doesn’t come with an extra-thin nozzle like many of the full system packages.

Last but not least, the Wagner iSpray Front End Kit can be easily removed from the rest of the paint sprayer system for cleaning. You will find it much easier to clean than many comparable paint sprayer kits.

If you already have a full paint sprayer system and you need a more flexible tip or something that will work with a wide variety of paints, the iSpray Front End Kit is an excellent purchase. The Wagner iSpray Front End Kit is compatible with most Wagner systems including Paint READY Sprayer, Paint READY System, Control Spray Double Duty, Control Spray Plus/Max, and Flexio. If you’re not sure whether or not it’s compatible with your system call Wagner to confirm before you purchase this kit.

What do customers have to say about the iSpray Front End Kit?

Most people love the iSpray Front End Kit, from occasional DIY enthusiasts to professional painters. Some customers have reported small cracks in their nozzle tips but Wagner has been incredibly good about replacing these nozzles and new orders now come with thicker nozzles. Still, you should make sure to check the nozzle closely before you start using the sprayer so you can contact Wagner right away if there are any cracks.

Like any paint sprayer there is a learning curve with this machine and like most Wagner products this system doesn’t come with much in the way of instructional material, so it’s highly recommended that you check out some instructional videos online and do some test spraying on cardboard before starting any serious projects.

The Bottom Line

If you already have a Wagner paint sprayer system and you need something with a more flexible tip for different types of projects, the iSpray Front End Kit is for you. Like other Wagner products, it is extremely high quality for the price ($33).

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