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Ozito 30W 11mm Glue Gun Kit $10 (Was $24.98) + Delivery ($0 in-Store/ C&C) @ Bunnings

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Features
Interchangeable nozzles
Compact and lightweight
Flow control trigger
Built in support stand
Convenient kit box. Input: 220-240V ~ 50Hz, Pre-Heating Time: 5mins, Heating Power: 200W, Operating Temperature: 195°C,
This Ozito Glue Gun Kit is perfect for quick craft and DIY projects around the house. With 4 included glue sticks and a convenient kit box, take it anywhere and get started right out of the box.

Swap the nozzles easily to better suit the job at hand and the built in support stand also allows you to rest the glue gun whilst adjusting your workpiece without worrying about damaging your work surfaces.


Mod Update 1/9: Prices has dropped to $10.

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  • +4 votes

    Tip for parents of primary school children - these are good for any sort of crafting stuff you have to do quickly for the kids - like Easter Hat parades.

    • +8 votes

      You can also buy glow in the dark glue sticks

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        I've got a Bosch glue gun. Wonder if they would work in it too? I think they should.

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          I think I got glow in the dark ones from Daiso. I guess eBay/Ali would have many options. Can't recall the diameter, I think there are like 2 standards"?

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            @spaij: It will be either 7mm or 11mm.

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      There really needs to be a kit you can buy for dealing with all the last minute homework they assign to parents.

  • +7 votes

    I thought a glue gun would be a pretty useless tool to have but I'm surprised how often I use mine. I'd recommend going with a cordless one, pretty sure Ozito have one for like $30-$40 (battery not included).

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      I've always wanted a glue gun on hand, but how important would you say a cordless one is? Can't imagine I'd use it very much either just for the odd projects here and there.

      • +2 votes

        It's more a convenience thing personally. I wouldn't say it's that important to have but being able to just pick it up, switch it on and use it as opposed to finding a socket near the job or carrying the item to the glue gun was worth the extra cost to me.

        • +8 votes

          ive stupidly melted its own wire before. Sooooo for clumsy people, cordless is a massive upside

      • +8 votes

        My corded glue gun doesn't cool down instantly. For small repair jobs around the house can I plug it in until it gets hot, then unplug it and walk to where I want to use it.

    • +2 votes

      Agree. I have like the 5$ AC one from 2 dollar store, and ive been surprised at how often i use it. Good for temporarily fixing stuff togehter was well - you can stick things on really well, but also easily remove them later, which is pretty useful. I have wished i had a cordless for getting into tight spaces or moving around more easily.

    • +1 vote

      Yeh, having a bunch of Ozito batteries from various clearances I ended up buying the cordless glue gun. That as well as the inflator are both handy cordless tools to have around.

      • +1 vote

        I was in exactly the same boat, had a few other Ozito tools from previous deals. As I get older, convenience plays a big part in my purchases now lol.

    • +1 vote

      Do you use the "standard" glue sticks? I find they don't stick well to pretty much anything I have tried it on. Except for like paper, but there are better options for glueing paper imo.
      Unless I can "anchor" a blob of glue in the crevices. On a flat surface, it has a very weak hold.

      • +1 vote

        I have also had this issue. Tried use it to keep parts in place after a PS2 repair but didn't hold.

    • +1 vote

      Is this the one you've got? It's ~$40 not including the battery, so significantly more expensive.

  • +4 votes

    I like to stick my colleagues tools and draw contents to various things. This will be extremely useful.

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      What?

      • +4 votes

        Think of Jimothy putting Dwight's stapler in jelly. Except instead everything is stuck with super glue.

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          You should do this with googly eyes too!

          • +1 vote

            @Switchblade88: Funny you should say that because I ordered a pack on the last AliExpress sale.

  • +4 votes

    err.. 30W gun, but 200W heating power.. which is it?

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      Experimental heat pump technology.

  • +5 votes

    I think this deal is in to compete with the ALDI deal.

    Sooo this ^^ or: https://www.aldi.com.au/en/special-buys/special-buys-sat-24-...

    ??

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      Also interested in a comparison. The Aldi one comes with a dozen glue sticks too though.

    • +1 vote

      Aldi one is 15w one and this one is 30w also this looks better with a see through cover at the top . The Aldi one looks (just the looks ) like the 10w version from Bunnings which is available for $9.98 https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-10w-trigger-flow-glue-gun_...

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      Good Guy ALDI strikes again (Y)

    • +2 votes

      Aldi one is 15W, this is 30W though. Also Aldi one doesn't have extra tips. I'd get it for the tips.

      Just the tip. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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        is aldi one use big or small glue stick?

  • +4 votes

    Thanks OP, got one…I think it's on sale because Aldi listed similar glue gun (Wednesdays catalogue..)..we really need someone in competition to keep Bunnings in check..:-)

  • +2 votes

    Would never go back to a corded one after having gone cordless.
    It takes a little longer to heat up, and sometimes it's not charged but cordless far outweighs the disadvantages of the bloody cord.

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      Agree, the gun itself is usually so light that the weight of the cord drags it off the table. With the cordless you have a steady stand (the battery).

  • +1 vote

    not available for me online or c&c

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    Ever since getting the Bosch glue pen from that deal a while back, never going back to corded. Very convenient and in the time I've grabbed it from the toolbag in the store room and walked over to wherever I need it to use it, already heated up and good to go.

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      Looks very handy, 15 sec warm-up time would nice. My ozito cordless does take its time, though is using 11m sticks.

      Is the Bosch a discontinued product? Don't seem to readily available

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    Any idea how long is the cable?

  • +7 votes

    Based on the comments, now we need a deal for a cordless hot glue gun!

  • +4 votes

    I got excited for this deal, never owned a glue gun before, watched about 3 Youtube videos on hot glue guns but found it has zero use cases for me.

    • +8 votes

      …But you got it anyway, right?

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        Yes.

        • +2 votes

          This is the way.

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    Not available for delivery for me might get the aldi one and see if its any good.

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    Would this be good for resealing fish tanks?

    • +6 votes

      I think you would be better using a silicon sealant.

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        Also only buy the one specified for aquarium use.

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          Thanks. I realised that this is a glue gun….

  • +1 vote

    "This item is no longer available to buy online or in-store."

    Now back in stock,,,,

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    I bought the rechargeable one a couple of years ago, still working like a charm.

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    Are these the big glue sticks, or the small ones?

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      Small. Ish.

  • +1 vote

    We bought this one to put new sisal and carpet on the cat's climbing tower. Works well, tidy little carry case. I'm sure I'll find more reasons to use it… at some point… :/

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    its great to put a eye back on a teddy bear o.-

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    user manual says 30w 11mm sticks, usual glue sticks are 7.2mm diameter. will 7.2mm glue sticks work fine in this? cant seem to find 11mm glue sticks on Bunnings website.

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      @OzHomer Just checked my receipts, I purchased these refills for it:
      GLUE STICKS CRAFTRIGHT++10.8X100MM PK12

      https://www.bunnings.com.au/craftright-hot-glue-gun-sticks-1...

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        thanks. now just have to wait for lockdown to finish this Tuesday, perhaps can do click and collect to hold the price:)

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      7mm sticks will be too thin to grab and pull through using the trigger, could only push through manually if they're all you had in a pinch.

      The ones kwchaz linked are what you need.

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    Showing as $10 for me now.