Any decent dependable cordless and corded sprayers?

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Well. I am a Firm believer in a corded. So much less trouble.

And how many places a year (lets be generous- A decade) you actually do that have no electricity....and your Hydro-force would not work if needed, for that once in a decade black swan event? :winky:

And how many fractions of a second, that difficult plug-in event, steals from your life expectancy?
so lament the corded....
 
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The battery will be the weak point in any cordless sprayer. If you do go cordless, Multi-sprayer. If you go corded, I prefer the Flexipro. The corded Multi-Sprayer is also good.
Scott, you've confused me.
Not hard to do.
I've had a FlexiPro Sprayer for many years & have been VERY happy with it.
My FlexiPro is a battery job, not corded. ?????
 

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Scott, you've confused me.
Not hard to do.
I've had a FlexiPro Sprayer for many years & have been VERY happy with it.
My FlexiPro is a battery job, not corded. ?????
I am not saying that all battery sprayers will have problems. Rather that the percentage of battery sprayers with problem is higher than with corded sprayers.

We sold our own Omni-Pro and later FlexiPro battery sprayer as well as two other brands of battery sprayers. The percentage of complaints on all the battery sprayers was about 4 times as high as the number of complaints about corded sprayers.

Most battery sprayers and most corded sprayers worked fine, but the odds were that a battery sprayer was more likely to have a problem.
 
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The original had the base of a tool that used Dewalt batteries. I have about a dozen Ryobi drills, so after taking apart the original sprayer I cut the base off a donor drill and attached it exactly like the original was. Looks factory.
 
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