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Does anybody have a coupon for penguin sprayer?

Cameron RDS

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Hey guys been wanting to purchase a penguin sprayer and saved up enough cash to buy one, and thennnnn my transmission went out so that lightened my wallet nicely. I still really need one though, would anyone happened to have a coupon or promo code?


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Sorry I don't have a coupon but this is a excellent sprayer at a much lower price. 4 gallon Hudson Never Pump. Battery lasts a long time. Costs about $140. Wand and shutoff are cheap. I usually change them.
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Be aware that the company is under new ownership. I have heard from a couple of sources that the current Penguin sprayer is not the same quality that Sal used to manufacture and sell.

Hydro-Force is making improvements to its Flexi-Pro corded electric sprayer that will be available in about 6 weeks or so.

Here is one version. There are a couple variations on the type of hose and hose length. $543.

https://interlinksupply.com/index.php?item_num=CR400GL
 

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I just purchased a penguin last year. It's a great sprayer. I heard the family took over the business.
 

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I had a Penquine sprayer and sold it cheap after it tipped over and bashed into a coffee table.
 

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A sprayer for 500 with the electrical cord? I'm assuming battery and I was not really wanting a battery.

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I think they all are battery but it comes with a cord and all I do is plug it in at every job never had a problem with the battery ever going Dead and I've had it for almost 3 years. I think the one for $649 is the one that you could switch out the jugs
 
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I have had two sprayers, one was the hand held one that hold about 2.5 gallons, smart charger went out on it three times and they kept making me pay for shipping under warranty which cost about 30$ each time, so I bought penguin and it's been great. No issues! I would consider ISP sprayer that Rob has though, heard good things for 200$!
 
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I think they all are battery but it comes with a cord and all I do is plug it in at every job never had a problem with the battery ever going Dead and I've had it for almost 3 years. I think the one for $649 is the one that you could switch out the jugs
I think they have a electric one. 120 psi I believe.
 

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Be aware that the company is under new ownership. I have heard from a couple of sources that the current Penguin sprayer is not the same quality that Sal used to manufacture and sell.

Hydro-Force is making improvements to its Flexi-Pro corded electric sprayer that will be available in about 6 weeks or so.

Here is one version. There are a couple variations on the type of hose and hose length. $543.

https://interlinksupply.com/index.php?item_num=CR400GL
Hey Scott, here is what I'm wanting and maybe you can tell me if your new sprayer will fit my needs. I want a corded sprayer BC I don't like keeping up with battery charge. At least a 100 psi or more. Preferably 120 ish. And a 5 gallon tank that maybe I could switch out. Something that can hold up to all the chemical abuse :). If the new sprayer is anything like that I'll what.

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I had a Penquine sprayer and sold it cheap after it tipped over and bashed into a coffee table.
Dammit I would of got it from you. Did you have the 80 psi one? I'm wondering how strong that is. I know I spotted with a 100 psi ninja and it felt to week one time. Then I tried 200 and it was to strong. So I was thinking somewhere in between is the sweet spot.

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Hey Scott, here is what I'm wanting and maybe you can tell me if your new sprayer will fit my needs. I want a corded sprayer BC I don't like keeping up with battery charge. At least a 100 psi or more. Preferably 120 ish. And a 5 gallon tank that maybe I could switch out. Something that can hold up to all the chemical abuse :). If the new sprayer is anything like that I'll what.

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That's what I was thinking. I like that one BC it's 170 psi and has an electric cord that I can plug in. Never have to worry about batteries going bad.

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You can still plug in the battery operated one if you want just get an extension cord. But if you go to a place with limited plugs on no power you golden. I use mine in restaurants where plugs are not easy to find or access.
 

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You can still plug in the battery operated one if you want just get an extension cord. But if you go to a place with limited plugs on no power you golden. I use mine in restaurants where plugs are not easy to find or access.
Do you find the 80 psi good enough? I didn't see a battery operated one more than 80.

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It works great for me. I clean dirty carpet and it looks great. That's all I care about.