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SG 10

A lightweight and tough multi-purpose handheld sprayer.

SG 10
Rated 3 out of 5 by 10reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Nozzle is very limited in spray pattern Sprayer had some problems with holding compression via o-ring gasket.Biggest drawback is the poor nozzle design and limitations of spray patterns. Only mists and with very low volume.....cannot adjust spray pattern to stream or coarse spray in a cone pattern. Virtually useless when compared to lower priced models you can buy in any hardware or garden shop.Don't waste your money on this sprayer. It's over engineered and docent deliver! May 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works Great I bought this sprayer to precision spray grass/weed killer in my landscape. Used it 4-5 times over the last couple of months and am pleased. I can knock out weeds with pinpoint accuracy over a range of several feet. Sprayer has good power for such a small sprayer and maintains pressure quite a bit longer than my previous sprayer. No hassles yet. I maintain my stuff and expect this sprayer to be around for a long time. April 15, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Perfect for my industry I own a pest control company here in Atlanta, Ga. and I needed a smaller sprayer that I could spot treat ant trails entering homes and traveling up and down crate myrtle trees in the spring and summer time. This unit is perfect for what I need, and I don't always have to mix up a gallon of chemical every time or mix my sprayers with conflicting other pesticide products. September 7, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Great looking tool I am a professional environmental restoration tech. We spray basal bark herbicide on the cut stems of noxious, exotic trees in South Florida.Bought this because we use Stihl for all our power tools. Unfortunately, this is a poorly designed tool. Almost every day, the pressure seal comes off and jams in the bottom of the tube. If not that, the pressure seal kinks or turns and requires disassembly and reassembly. I have spent more time taking the tool apart than I have using it. Beautiful design. Just wish it worked.Julian RogersHobe Sound FL August 25, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 Great sprayer to prevent stump sprouts Worked great the first time i used it to spray 2,4-D. But i only got to use it once because the pump no longer works. And yes, i flushed it with clean water after use. June 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A professional grade dependable tool I have 5 acres and use a back pack sprayer with Roundup for weeds/grass and carry the Stihl SG 10 filled with Oxbow for blackberries and other woody weeds. Once adjusted, this unit sprays a very precise amount of Oxbow accurately which really cuts down on total Oxbow use and damage to adjacent plants. Because of the spray range, it also allows me to reach areas 6+ feet wide without having to wonder off my the spray line I'm walking. I hold the SG 10 sprayer in my left hand which I also use to pump my back pack sprayer so it's ready to go instantly when needed. There isn't a trigger guard so you have to be careful to not accidentally trigger the unit but that learning issue. I've never had a leak or crack in over two years of routine weekly use. The SG 10 is a real time and Oxbow saver for me. I have Stihl chainsaws, a pole saw, back pack blower (which is awesome) and protective equipment and all work well. My dealer is rock solid for support and product information. March 20, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Great concept . Poor product. Purchased in March 2013, used 3 times and the seals that builds pressure went out ( June 2013 ). Returned to place of purchase and was given a new one. New one would not work coming straight out of the box.Hopefully, Stihl and/ or dealer will stand behind it and return my money. September 15, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cannot get the canister seal to stop leaking The sprayer overall is a good sprayer. However, all that is overshadowed by the fact that the canister seal leaks contunuously. This seriously detracts from the value of the product. It appears that the seal should be made from a different material --possibly viton? July 25, 2013
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