Bosch PFS 65 Paint Spray System (Old Version)
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- Precision and less overspray due to SprayControl Techology
- SDS (Push & Click) for fast colour change and cleaning, paint container can be separated easily
- 3-stage paint jet - adjustable direction of paint jet - horizontal, vertical or round
- 4 stage paint volume control
- Ergonomic design
- Paint container with level indicator and grip zone
- Foot extension - flexible for small and larger paint container
- Stand-by position for breaks and paint change
- Storage system for flexible tube and power cable
- Portable due to shoulder strap and design
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Portable and Compact Painting and Spraying System for Medium-Sized Jobs
The Bosch PFS 65 fine spray system makes painting and a variety of other spraying jobs easy. You can use it to accurately spray paint, varnishes, lacquers, oils and numerous other spray materials. The PFS 65 Spray System can be used both on indoor and outdoor surfaces easily and quickly-even DIYers with little previous experience of spraying can achieve professional results.
Over-The-Shoulder Unit for Spraying Medium to Large Objects
The portable PFS 65 spray system offers precise and constant spraying with the highest flexibility for medium to large objects. You can hang the tool over your shoulder, making it easy to move around quickly. And with the lightweight gun that fits securely in your hand, you can work on painting projects easily, even on ceilings and overhead beams.
Spray a Variety of Materials
Like all Bosch spray systems, the PFS 65 not only enables you to apply paint perfectly; it also lets you spray numerous other materials with impressive results. And it can do this without requiring time-consuming preparation: most materials, like oil paints, wood preservatives, varnishes, and stains, can simply be sprayed undiluted; if using other materials, like emulsion paint, primers, and glazes, all you have to do is add a little diluter such as water or solvent.
Easy to use with SprayControl Technology
Thanks to Bosch’s SprayControl Technology, you can work at high volume and low pressure with the PFS 65 more precisely than ever before. An air jacket perfectly focuses the paint mist when spraying, which means you use up to 15 per cent less paint. Moreover, the air jet speeds up the drying of paint, so that hardly any tears occur; and a second coat of paint can be instantly sprayed over the first coat. Even a beginner can achieve perfect results straight away.
Accurate Spraying Every Time
The PFS 65’s paint nozzle can be precisely adjusted for accurate spraying: choose from a wide paint jet in a horizontal or vertical direction, or choose a pencil-thin jet.
Clean-Up Is Fast Thanks To SDS Quick System
Thanks to the Bosch SDS Quick system, you can change the tool’s tank in no time--meaning fast paint changes and easy cleaning.
Parked Position for Work Breaks
If you need to take a break during the job, the spray gun can be conveniently laid down in the ‘parked’ position.
Paint Volume Control
The paint flow can be set in four stages using the switch on the spray gun.
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Top Customer Reviews
I'd argue that it does take some getting used.
The video shows people applying the paint slowly. I found that this put too much paint on, and it began to drip. Personally I found it easier to paint surfaces with quick strokes, but go over the same area twice, being careful not to dwell.
Also, to get into the edges of the grooves (of the panel), I went at a 45 degree angle one way, then 45 degree the other.
I had to water down the oil based paint I was using. This is a messy job, and also cleaning the unit after every use (filling the container with white spirit, a couple of times, spraying through, and brushing and cleaning the gun), about 20mins, so I'd argue its only useful for big jobs.
To tape or not to tape? If you are going to paint within 50cms of another object then you need to tape it over (or use a staple machine and staple up some heavy paper as I think this goes faster). It depends on how different the other thing is to what you are painting (white and cream is fine, white and brown is not). If you aren't careful, you will soon end up with fine dots over lots of your surfaces.
If you use it with oil paints in doors, then buy a proper face mask (respirator). I used one and couldn't even smell the paint.
You'll need to seriously dilute emulsion paint and stir and shake until the mix is consistent. This needn't take a long time though I maybe overcautious as I reckon it takes me 10 - 15 minutes to get this done.
I have developed a system of using am empty coffee jar to hold the spray unit with its nozzle while i top up the reservoir with the pre diluted batch of paint. I do clean the nozzle components at this point, in this case with water as that's the solvent for emulsion paint. Doh!
This unit means far less bending to load up a roller with paint, or whatever other brush, pad you would normally use. Either tape up windows and cover furniture etc, not an issue for me yet, or use a brush/pad to get up to wall fittings window frames etc.
I don't find painting fun so this has already cut down the time taken considerably and saved my back. Just get the larger 800ml reservoir at the same time for those larger jobs.
Overall I am very glad of my purchase and although it seems that you are doing more preparation and cleaning it's really no more than brushes and rollers and the paint goes further as you are not putting it on as thick, plus it makes painting fun :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brilliant but like any spray gun you have to prep well and ensure you cover the bits you don't need paint on.Published 22 months ago by Mr. P. P. Boyd
Excellent tool once you get the hang of using it it's simple saves so much time gives a nice even coat tried on fence but you can also use on internal walls etc would definitely... Read morePublished on 12 July 2014 by Kindle Customer
Not suitable for painting walls,(unfortunately reason I bought it) good for furniture though. Only negative wastes far too much paint has one has to clean pot and nozzle... Read morePublished on 19 May 2014 by Amazon Customer
This is a good product takes some getting used to, I wood only use this for the fence panels,stay out the windPublished on 3 Mar. 2014 by John Hynes
Brilliant bit of kit. Bought it as I have a lot of fences and arthritic hands - this sprayer is perfect and even better it is so easy to clean afterwards.Published on 21 Jun. 2013 by J. Aubrey
Have thought about buying one of these for a while now and when we had 13 fence panels to replace we wanted to make light work of painting them. Read morePublished on 16 May 2013 by Chris C
Returned, spray pattern extremely uneven. 2-3 time more paint exiting on the one side than the other no matter how the nozzle settings. Read morePublished on 10 May 2013 by Mikael Sundh
very good product sprayed the celling . a bit of over spray but not much mess as with painting with roller.Published on 20 Aug. 2012 by mr g m bridges