This Draper spray gun arrives in a pack with both 0.5mm and 0.8mm spray nozzles, and an extra right-angle spray head which confusingly is straight. It turns out you need to bend the extra spray head yourself; this is a little worrying as you keep thinking that the pipe will buckle at any moment. It does not though -so all good there.
I've now spent 4 days with this sprayer, clocking up about 30 intimate hours spraying our back fence panels. The job was speedy, and the sprayer dependable so am happy there. When blockages occur, they were fast to resolve with some extra solvent and a stiff brush. I found the cable to be plentiful to move around on my extension without tangling, and cleaning at the end of each day to be easier than I expected overall. The gun does have a few niggles though.
First, I did find dribbling to be a problem (the gun, not me). The guard at the front does catch the spray, and soon those tiny droplets merge into bigger ones which inevitably splash on your shoes/floor/grass.
Second, cleaning the reservoir is a pain as there are lots of interior sharp angles. My hands are too big to get in the canister neck, which means I'm always left dejected with my spray fluid drying out in the corner recesses.
Third, the spray gun is rather loud; rather like a drill on hammer mode. This can really irritate your neighbors if you are doing a big project like a fence, so beware.
Finally, ALWAYS connect the reservoir as shown in the picture. Although it seems to fit fine when you attach it to the gun in any of the four 90 degree rotation positions, I found that that the reservoir canister can spontaneously detach with the gun's vibration. Two large patches of dead lawn bear testament to this sudden spillage of wood preservative (yes, I did this twice...).
All in all, I had fun using the gun so rank it as OK.