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Capitalizing on their experience with previous powered-painter efforts, Black & Decker announced the release of a new “pro” model today that includes some slick new features: adjustable paint flow (6 ounces to 20 ounces per minute), a system that connects directly to gallon paint cans, and a “roller keeper” that lets you store the paint roller overnight then “just pull it out and start painting again” in the morning.

There’s a “fingertip” start/stop control on its 16″ extension handle, and the system ships with an adapter for five gallon paint containers.

We’re not sure about pricing yet, but we’ll follow up when this hits shelves with more information.

 

5 Responses to Preview: Black & Decker’s Pro Electric Paint Roller

  1. Craig says:

    I’d like to know if this things going to clog up and how one goes about cleaning up all that tubing filled with paint?!?!?!

  2. Brau says:

    A gimmick looking for a sucker.

  3. Tim says:

    I hate to paint!
    I bought a similar set-up, Wagner power painter, 20 or so yrs.ago. It made painting interiors tolerable, and much faster. No problems with paint clogging. When you finish painting you run water with detergent through through the system and it cleans the hose. I loaned mine out to someone,he left town with it.Now i’m in the market for another set-up.

  4. Freddie says:

    I suppose it depends how much painting you have to do…

  5. JUDY says:

    Does anyone know where I can get replacement roller covers for this paint system?

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