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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Ryobi has three new sprayers, 1 gal, 2, gal and 4 gal backpack.
Takes standard battery like all their stuff.

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I love my pepsi sprayers only thing to break is the wand. I been using mine for about 20 years now and have about 20 tanks that I just swap out.



 

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Ryobi has three new sprayers, 1 gal, 2, gal and 4 gal backpack.
Takes standard battery like all their stuff.

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have one.
Got it free last year with the purchase of Ryobi hedge trimmer
the trimmer is decent, the sprayer is too light duty and not near enough pump volume for carpet pre-spray

good to spray the occasional dandelion that pops in the mulch bed
but a rinky-dink POS for "professional" use

..L.T.A.
 

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