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Graco Magnum Airless Painter x7 ($370) and x5 ($289)

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The Project Series is designed to easily handle homeowner and handyman projects such as doors, trim, interior walls, ceilings, decks, fences and exteriors of houses. For those painting up to 125 gal. per year, these sprayers will help you finish projects faster with the ability to spray in all directions using un-thinned paint. The Magnum X5 gives your projects the reach they need, since this sprayer can support up to 75 ft. of paint hose. You can spray directly from a 1 or 5-gallon bucket with its flexible suction tube and clean up in no time with the PowerFlush adapter.
  • Fully adjustable pressure to give you ultimate control of paint flow for any project size
  • Flexible suction tube allows you to spray directly from a 1 or 5 gal. paint bucket
  • Can support up to 75 ft. of paint hose, giving you extra reach for your projects
  • Annual use recommendation is up to 125 Gal. per year
  • Supports up to a maximum tip size of 0.015 in.
  • TrueAirless spray tip allows you to reverse the tip when clogged to keep you spraying
  • SG2 metal spray gun with in-handle filter blocks debris to prevent tip clogs
  • PushPrime button for fast and reliable start-up
  • Stainless steel piston pump allows you to spray paint unthinned at high pressure
  • PowerFlush adapter connects to a garden hose for fast and easy cleaning
  • 1-hand carrying handle for easy mobility
  • Light portable stand design makes it easy to move around the project
  • Click here to learn more about paint sprayers
  • Includes SG2 metal spray gun, TrueAirless 515 spray tip, 25 ft. Duraflex paint hose, pump armor storage fluid, PowerFlush adapter, quick start-up guide and operation manual

Graco Magnum x5 (Home Depot - $289)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Graco.../100634354

Graco Magnum x7 (Home Depot - $370)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Graco.../100634350
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I bought mine refurb from cjspray seller on eBay 197 right now, but everything was brand new not used. Refurb but does come with 1 year warranty from them.. i bought it locally from them since I'm close and got a new one for free half a year later since the pump started leaking. Not sure how the warranty works on the new ones from stores.

Also, buy the Low pressure tips (green) and blue guard rac-x. Huge difference
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I used this to paint a bunch of things at my home during a renovation and it saved me a ton of time, and also made it possible to get coverage that I likely wouldn't be able to replicate with brush/roller. The only thing I think is a bit of a downfall is that it uses up a lot of paint very quickly. However, it's applying paint at a much faster (and more even) rate that you would with a roller/brush, so kind of a moot point and more of something to be aware of.

I also see some people talking about paint injection injuries. I had to look it up, but really? There are people out there sticking their hands in front of something spraying pressurized anything? The thought to do this never even crossed my mind...
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Quote from Kaveman42 :
How is this slick for only $20 and $40 off?
They seem to have gone up in price due to inflation, tariffs, and pandemic, as all things did at Home Depot.
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I bought a Magnum Project Painter Plus Paint Sprayer last year and finally used it on the deck a couple months ago. While the setup was a hassle (mostly putting paper on the house and really cleaning the deck surface), the actual staining was really easy, though now I realize I could have saved my lower back with that 20" extension. Results were very even and look great. Clean up was pretty easy.

One note: Check that the tip you have is appropriate for the type of paint/stain. The one that was with mine wasn't suited for stain so I had to make a quick trip to HD for the correct one.
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I got the entry level one and love the damn thing so much I think I ought to name it.
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Quote from SplendidHome1945 :
Rolling will always be faster
Wrong. I picked up the Project Painter version of this to use on a rental property I recently acquired. Painted the exterior addition of the home (main was brick), ceilings and primed/painted the interior of the addition, which was wood paneling. Also used it to prime/paint the existing cabinets in the kitchen. Even when considering the prep work required to prevent overspray, spraying came out way ahead (I rolled the interior walls in the other rooms, so I had a direct comparison).

As someone else mentioned, this isn't to be used for painting one wall. The cleanup, in all honesty, is not much more time consuming than properly washing out brushes/rollers; about 20 minutes when switching paint/primer or paint colors and 30 minutes when including long-term storage prep.

Would definitely recommend getting the RAC-X guard and some fine finish style tips to use in place of the standard guard/tip that come with the unit.
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Quote from SplendidHome1945 :
Rolling will always be faster
Couldn't be any more wrong. You should probably just stop in this thread.
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I bought mine refurb from cjspray seller on eBay 197 right now, but everything was brand new not used. Refurb but does come with 1 year warranty from them.. i bought it locally from them since I'm close and got a new one for free half a year later since the pump started leaking. Not sure how the warranty works on the new ones from stores.

Also, buy the Low pressure tips (green) and blue guard rac-x. Huge difference
I have a similar good ebay experience. I guess it's possible you get one that is well used and has significantly shorter pump life.
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Looking to paint some stucco, small house 1200 sqft. Should I buy this or something cheaper?

Any place to find HD coupons to make it better? (please PM if you don't want to post here).
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Just finished painting the basement. Prep and cleanup sucks butt the actually painting part is SO much faster than rolling.
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Dang it hope Lowes price match Home Depot.
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Quote from SplendidHome1945 :
Look up paint injection injuries and you'll never want one of these again. Too much time to prep and clean up. Not worth it
Yeah…. 8 hours to paint an entire house with taping windows….. cool story, tell us how many houses you've rolled.
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Quote from SplendidHome1945 :
Look up paint injection injuries and you'll never want one of these again. Too much time to prep and clean up. Not worth it
Look up knife injuries and never cook again?
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Got the exterior paint kit version for $411 yesterday and wasn't sure it was really a deal but better than this… yes, no time machine but also, this is t reallllllly a deal is it?
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Quote from ms123 :
Looking to paint some stucco, small house 1200 sqft. Should I buy this or something cheaper?

Any place to find HD coupons to make it better? (please PM if you don't want to post here).
I've used the x7 to paint many projects including houses. Like many others mentioned, take your time to cover and adjust your spray setting. Once you started spraying paint, you wouldn't come back to rolling after. My X7 paid for itself after uses, clean it with attached garden hose adapter.
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