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GoSystem Blow torch GB2095
Fix and weld your metalwork with this GoSystem cordless blow lamp. It can reach a temperature of 1350°C.
- Compatible with Butane gas
Health and safety
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|Maximum operating temperature||1350°C|
Good but stopped working after 3rd use
St Gords - 1 month ago
Worked really well the first 2 times. Changed the canister and worked well. Had a coffee break then wouldn't work again. I was using to lightly age wood so v light work. Buy if it's a one time use but dont expect it to last.
Do not buy this item
Snig651 - 3 months ago
Bought this for use on a classic car to help ease stubborn bolts. Difficult to light and l mean half a box of matches and when l did light it the flame self extinguished after a few seconds. Unfortunately have lost receipt otherwise would return it. Useless piece of equipment and better on market for same price
Does what it says!
Staffslad - 6 months ago
Bought this for a diy aluminium soldering job. Bought gas and aluminium sticks from B&Q..all worked fine. Remember no gas with the torch!. Good value, works well
dont waste your money
1235neil - 7 months ago
Bought this to do a small plumping job at come got home open the box and found out no gas cylinder even tho the box makes it look like it has one,,, had to make a 45 mile round trip to pick up a gas cylinder then got home to find out it does not get hot enough to do solder joints on pluming total waste or money
Stargrove - 1 year ago
Bought this blowtorch today works perfectly OK. Instructions appear to me to be pretty straightforward and frankly just looking at the device common sense dictates how to put it together after all there are only two moving parts, the screw on base and the flame adjusting control! no brainier. Gets a recommendation from me easy assembly and easy to use. People complaining about a gas cylinder not supplied, should consider it wouldn't be shipped for safety reasons with one in and the cylinder cost just over £2 hardly something to complain about boys.