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SG 20

A manual backpack sprayer for professionals that maintains constant pressure.

SG 20
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 21reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by why didn't I buy one sooner? This sprayer is the best or commercial business has owned. But what else do you expect, it is a Stihl. This sprays so consistently and so even I will never buy another brand of spray ever. May 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent product! This Sprayer works very well for weed control! Pumps easy as you spray! Has a 4.75 gallon capacity! I have no complains with it, very well made! April 27, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sprays great, but cheap plastic spray handle parts I am an avid home repair and DIY yard guy who has bought many Stihl equipment. So far I have been happy with all the equipment except the sprayer. I grew up around construction and also am a rocket scientist. Basically what this says is I have a good understanding of what quality should be, but also know that Stihl can't afford to shoot for the stars with such high quality it puts the company out of business. However, for this particular product, and for the cost, I think Stihl could have gone the extra mile and used steel, aluminum alloy, and or brass sprayer wound, handle, and hose adapters. Mine broke due to it bumping against a wall. Had it been made of some kind of metal, I feel would have save it. Prior to buying it, this was the only thing about the backpack sprayer I thought was lacking quality. March 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by love this sprayer Replaced a whole fleet of sprayers with these at a landscape company I worked for. We had 8 crews with three sprayers each. Everyone loved these things. They are very reliable, very accurate, and hold up well to Comercial use/abuse. I now work at a golf course and when the old sprayers went bad there, I immediately talked the boss into these. Guess what, they love them too. Never had a problem with one. I can't say how easy they are to work on because I've never had to work on one. Great product, what I'd expect from stihl. February 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome pricey sprayer ' pay for what you get !Someone stole mine and I'm Gladly replacing it ASAPGreat tool December 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Sprayers on the Market We have used Stihl sprayers for years they are one of the only backpack sayers that can hold up to daily use they average 10 to 15 jobs per day 5 to 6 days per week. They will last a coulpe of years with normal cleaning maintenance on the sprayersCliff September 15, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Needs a waist belt Great sprayer, but when the tank is full a waist belt would distribute the weight over the hips and shoulders, reducing back stress. September 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product, very easy to use I have over a hundred rose bushes. They have to be sprayed with fungicide at least every two weeks. I grew out of a 2 gallon sprayer and didn't want a battery pack one, too heavy, plus I have a very sloped yard and need to go up and down stairs, so a wheeled one wasn't practical.The Stilh was a great choice. It held over 4 gallons which was nice, it is lightweight, easy to fill and with the extended wand, did a great job getting into all the spots I needed it do, including climbing roses. I am only 5 feet tall, yet even with the backpack full, I found it easy to use and control (just don't bend down!) To get it on, I put the sprayer on a lawn chair, and then fill it. I then sit in the chair and put the straps on and stand up. Works great. It's not that heavy, and I consider my spraying time a 'weight bearing workout'. The pumping is a good exercise for my left arm. I love the freedom to walk around with the sprayer up and down hills without dragging or lifting anything.I did have to repair the hose once, and replace some o-rings, but otherwise it worked great for 7 years. I am now having some issues with the pressure, and since this unit is so old, I will likely purchase a new one. Much more reliable than other sprayers I have used which most of the time didn't last 1-2 years. July 26, 2014
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