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Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer

Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer

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Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
Graco 16Y385 TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer
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Style: TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer


Features

  • CONTINUOUS SPRAYING: Reversible spray tip allows you to reverse the tip when clogged to keep you spraying
  • SPRAY PAINT UNTHINNED: Stainless Steel Piston Pump allows you to spray paint unthinned at high pressure
  • SPRAY IN ANY DIRECTION: VacuValve technology creates an air tight system allowing you to spray in any direction, even upside down
  • RECOMMENDED USE: Annual use recommendation is up to 25 gallons per year
  • IDEAL FOR MULTI COLOR PROJECTS: FlexLiner Bag replaces traditional material cups, reuse or recycle when youre done
  • EASILY STORE ACCESSORIES: In handle storage for extra tip
  • INCLUDED WITH SPRAYER: 2 - . 015 inch reversible spray tips, 4 in. narrow and 12 in. wide, 2 -32 oz FlexLiner Bags and operation manual
  • VOLTAGE: 120 volts

Description

Style:TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer Whether you’re a hobbyist, fixer-upper, or absolute beginner, Graco’s DIY Series sprayers deliver amazing results. DIY homeowners, including first-time users of paint sprayers, speed up and streamline painting with the TrueCoat 360. This sprayer is just what you need for doing several indoor or outdoor home improvement projects each year including doors, trim, interior walls, ceilings, furniture, garage doors or fences. Includes 2 - .015 inch Reversible spray tips, 4 in. narrow and 12 inch wide, 2-32 oz FlexLiner Bags and Operation Manual. Maximum Working Pressure (MPa)-10.3 Maximum Working Pressure (psi)-1500 From the Manufacturer Graco - The Brand Preferred by Pros. Whether you’re a weekend warrior, a serious DIY enthusiast, a handyman or remodeling contractor, or a painting professional, Graco makes the ideal airless spraying equipment to meet your needs. Whether you are just starting out or moving up, choose the Magnum or Graco model to help you handle your job with ease. No matter what you're painting—entire homes, rooms, decks or fences—Graco has you covered!


Manufacturer: Graco


Part Number: 16Y385


Item Weight: 3.5 pounds


Product Dimensions: 5.25 x 12.5 x 9.75 inches


Item model number: 16Y385


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Color: Blue/White


Style: TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer


Voltage: 120 volts


Item Package Quantity: 1


Maximum Pressure: 1500 Pound per Square Inch


Included Components: 2 - .015 inch Reversible spray tips, 4 in. narrow and 12 inch wide, 2-32 oz FlexLiner Bags and Operation Manual


Batteries Included?: No


Batteries Required?: No


Warranty Description: 1 year limited warranty


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


Date First Available: September 11, 2014


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Style: TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer


Features

  • CONTINUOUS SPRAYING: Reversible spray tip allows you to reverse the tip when clogged to keep you spraying
  • SPRAY PAINT UNTHINNED: Stainless Steel Piston Pump allows you to spray paint unthinned at high pressure
  • SPRAY IN ANY DIRECTION: VacuValve technology creates an air tight system allowing you to spray in any direction, even upside down
  • RECOMMENDED USE: Annual use recommendation is up to 25 gallons per year
  • IDEAL FOR MULTI COLOR PROJECTS: FlexLiner Bag replaces traditional material cups, reuse or recycle when youre done
  • EASILY STORE ACCESSORIES: In handle storage for extra tip
  • INCLUDED WITH SPRAYER: 2 - . 015 inch reversible spray tips, 4 in. narrow and 12 in. wide, 2 -32 oz FlexLiner Bags and operation manual
  • VOLTAGE: 120 volts

Description

Style:TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer Whether you’re a hobbyist, fixer-upper, or absolute beginner, Graco’s DIY Series sprayers deliver amazing results. DIY homeowners, including first-time users of paint sprayers, speed up and streamline painting with the TrueCoat 360. This sprayer is just what you need for doing several indoor or outdoor home improvement projects each year including doors, trim, interior walls, ceilings, furniture, garage doors or fences. Includes 2 - .015 inch Reversible spray tips, 4 in. narrow and 12 inch wide, 2-32 oz FlexLiner Bags and Operation Manual. Maximum Working Pressure (MPa)-10.3 Maximum Working Pressure (psi)-1500 From the Manufacturer Graco - The Brand Preferred by Pros. Whether you’re a weekend warrior, a serious DIY enthusiast, a handyman or remodeling contractor, or a painting professional, Graco makes the ideal airless spraying equipment to meet your needs. Whether you are just starting out or moving up, choose the Magnum or Graco model to help you handle your job with ease. No matter what you're painting—entire homes, rooms, decks or fences—Graco has you covered!


Manufacturer: Graco


Part Number: 16Y385


Item Weight: 3.5 pounds


Product Dimensions: 5.25 x 12.5 x 9.75 inches


Item model number: 16Y385


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Color: Blue/White


Style: TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer


Voltage: 120 volts


Item Package Quantity: 1


Maximum Pressure: 1500 Pound per Square Inch


Included Components: 2 - .015 inch Reversible spray tips, 4 in. narrow and 12 inch wide, 2-32 oz FlexLiner Bags and Operation Manual


Batteries Included?: No


Batteries Required?: No


Warranty Description: 1 year limited warranty


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


Date First Available: September 11, 2014


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • CONTINUOUS SPRAYING: Reversible spray tip allows you to reverse the tip when clogged to keep you spraying
  • SPRAY PAINT UNTHINNED: Stainless Steel Piston Pump allows you to spray paint unthinned at high pressure
  • SPRAY IN ANY DIRECTION: VacuValve technology creates an air tight system allowing you to spray in any direction, even upside down
  • RECOMMENDED USE: Annual use recommendation is up to 25 gallons per year
  • IDEAL FOR MULTI COLOR PROJECTS: FlexLiner Bag replaces traditional material cups, reuse or recycle when youre done
  • EASILY STORE ACCESSORIES: In handle storage for extra tip
  • INCLUDED WITH SPRAYER: 2 - . 015 inch reversible spray tips, 4 in. narrow and 12 in. wide, 2 -32 oz FlexLiner Bags and operation manual
  • VOLTAGE: 120 volts

Description

Style:TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer Whether you’re a hobbyist, fixer-upper, or absolute beginner, Graco’s DIY Series sprayers deliver amazing results. DIY homeowners, including first-time users of paint sprayers, speed up and streamline painting with the TrueCoat 360. This sprayer is just what you need for doing several indoor or outdoor home improvement projects each year including doors, trim, interior walls, ceilings, furniture, garage doors or fences. Includes 2 - .015 inch Reversible spray tips, 4 in. narrow and 12 inch wide, 2-32 oz FlexLiner Bags and Operation Manual. Maximum Working Pressure (MPa)-10.3 Maximum Working Pressure (psi)-1500 From the Manufacturer Graco - The Brand Preferred by Pros. Whether you’re a weekend warrior, a serious DIY enthusiast, a handyman or remodeling contractor, or a painting professional, Graco makes the ideal airless spraying equipment to meet your needs. Whether you are just starting out or moving up, choose the Magnum or Graco model to help you handle your job with ease. No matter what you're painting—entire homes, rooms, decks or fences—Graco has you covered!


Manufacturer: Graco


Part Number: 16Y385


Item Weight: 3.5 pounds


Product Dimensions: 5.25 x 12.5 x 9.75 inches


Item model number: 16Y385


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Color: Blue/White


Style: TrueCoat 360 Paint Sprayer


Voltage: 120 volts


Item Package Quantity: 1


Maximum Pressure: 1500 Pound per Square Inch


Included Components: 2 - .015 inch Reversible spray tips, 4 in. narrow and 12 inch wide, 2-32 oz FlexLiner Bags and Operation Manual


Batteries Included?: No


Batteries Required?: No


Warranty Description: 1 year limited warranty


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


Date First Available: September 11, 2014


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Susie - Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2018
easy to clean it after you use it
I painted my entire garage in about 2 hours!!! WOOT WOOT!!! Also panted my porch with it. No clogs, easy to clean it after you use it. I read a review where someone used a quart ziplock inside the paint cup and that works fantastic and saves you buying the expensive cup liners. I got this one because it weighed less and I am a woman with small wrists to hold anything too heavy. It was perfect for me. Lots of refilling tho. LOL SO much fun to use it!!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Ashley S - Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2015
Great sprayer, as long as you line the FlexLiners
I'm no stranger to Graco airless sprayers, having owned and used Truecoat Plus 2 for over a year. Having researched other brands, Graco sprayers are very well made units and this sprayer continues that legacy. There is a huge difference between the quality of cheaper sprayers such as the Wagner and this sprayer. The Truecoat 360 is significantly lighter and smaller than my Plus 2, probably due to the new single piston design. The TrueCoat 360 is fully rebuild-able, which is an important feature of any sprayer you are looking to invest in. The main difference in this sprayer compared to their previous generation is the addition of the FlexLiner bag instead of a siphon based pickup, and frankly I love it. The thing that I hated most about my old sprayer was that cleanup was a massive chore. I'd spray for 20 minutes and then spend 30 minutes more cleaning up the sprayer. This sprayer is much easier to clean up, it takes me less than 10 minutes. This makes it way more useful to me - I will be more likely to pick up my sprayer instead of resorting back to painting with a roller and brush. That being said, the biggest limitation of this sprayer is over-spray, although this is common for all paint sprayers. The spray pattern is excellent, but even with a very careful job you will be dealing with over-spray. Outdoors this isn't an issue but when painting in the garage I had to be very careful and do a lot of masking around windows. the In terms of spray performance, the sprayer does a great job. It sprays at 1200 PSI and I had no trouble spraying un-thinned latex interior paint. If you've never painted with a sprayer before, I highly recommend you look up videos or read the manuals on how to lay coats properly to get nice coverage and avoid runs. Speaking of the manual, give the manual a read before using the sprayer. There are very specific procedures for the first time you use the sprayer, spraying, cleanup, etc. My biggest gripes and the reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is the cost of the FlexLiners and the lack of pump armor in the box. As of right now a 3 pack of flex liners runs 12 dollars. $4 per liner is far too expensive if they are really considered disposable. TIP: The work around I found for this is if you line the flex liner with a plastic bag (a decently sturdy one such as a Ziploc bag) you can then spray without getting the FlexLiner dirty and essentially reuse them indefinitely, saving a lot of money. Pump armor is used for storage and rust prevention in the internals of the sprayer. Enough for a few uses was previously included with sprayers, but now it's not included. This means you'll need to pick up some pump armor or equivalent when you purchase the sprayer. A storage fluid is not optional - you MUST use a storage fluid or you will damage the sprayer. I think that at least a sample should be included since it is required. For a casual home user that needs to be able to spray outdoors, or big indoor projects infrequently, this sprayer is a great option, and with quick cleanup and the ability to cover a large area quickly you can't go wrong.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By D. Thomas - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2015
Buy this Graco TrueCoat 360 over the Wagner HVLP sprayer if you're using Latex Paint
After doing a month of research, and almost pulling the trigger on the $90 Wagner HVLP Sprayer, I went to some professional paint equipment review sites and the Graco brand models were always ranked way ahead of the Wagner devices, and usually at the top or near the top. Now, I wasn't going to buy an $800 paint sprayer but, even at the sub $200 price point, Graco True Coat 360 was very well reviewed. So I get my hands on it a couple weeks ago and finally get a chance to use it on a full living room project, INTERIOR painting, with Sherwin Williams Super Paint (EggShell White). I was painting all 4 walls and the ceiling. Here are seven (7) observations: (1) The Sprayer has no Low-High setting. Even though you see the Low-High switch on the videos, THIS particular model does not have any such switch. This is not a deal breaker, but you only get ONE speed. (2) There is a good deal of overspray. This means that you have to do a good job of masking off the entire areas on which you don't want paint. And get a good paint remover, like "Goof Off" brand paint remover... because paint particles will go EVERYWHERE, especially when painting ceilings. (3) Don't use this without a respirator or face mask, and goggles. Add to that: clothes that you care nothing about. Paint will get everywhere. (4) There's NO NEED to thin latex paint. WIN! The highly ranked Wagner at this price point required users to thin out their latex paint for best results. The Graco True Coat 360 does not require that you thin the paint at all. (5) You will use A LOT of paint. This little paint sprayer uses more paint than you would use if painting with brushes or rollers. However.... (6) The results are FANTASTIC. Just keep your arm steady, avoid the wrist bending, and take your time... and your paint project will come out as if you paid a professional to do it. I was able to paint the ceilings WITHOUT a ladder. (7) Commit to the cleanup process. Cleaning the sprayer was not tough - just follow the instructions, and do NOT submerge the sprayer under water. I recommend that you have a five gallon bucket handy, as this will make cleaning the unit a breeze. Also, GET the replacement cup liners. The 32oz cups this unit comes with are very small, and will require very frequent refills on a large project. Fill up a few before you start for faster refills. You will not go wrong with this device, and the results will astound everyone who sees the results.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Ashley Stratton - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2018
Uses a TON of paint, uneven flow, has to be re-primed often
It used more paint than if I was using a brush or roller, which was frustrating, because paint sprayers are aimed at using less paint. The paint often was spitting out instead of there being a consistent spray, and it needed to be re-primed every 15-30 seconds. It may be useful for people that are doing exterior painting/staining work where aesthetics don't matter as much, but it didn't work for my interior trim work. I was left really frustrated and disappointed with the results. I will have to sand several of the pieces, and try painting with a brush/roller. I gave it 3 stars, because I'm sure there are things that a professional painter would do to help compensate for some of these things. Also, cleanup was not that bad, even after using oil based paint. Just get paint thinner to clean the removable components, and use mineral spirits to run through the gun to clean the internals.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert Perthuis - Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2018
Don't waste your time if you are painting anything smooth.
I am sure this would be just fine for painting the exterior of a house or possibly even the interior walls of a house. I purchased this to replace a larger airless sprayer to finish up painting some cabinet doors. The quality just isn't there. If you are looking for a hand held airless sprayer it's worth getting the Graco Ultra or TC Pro. Those sprayers use the same tips as the big airless sprayers and have a quality pump. This just didn't live up to the advertisement.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Susie - Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2018
easy to clean it after you use it
I painted my entire garage in about 2 hours!!! WOOT WOOT!!! Also panted my porch with it. No clogs, easy to clean it after you use it. I read a review where someone used a quart ziplock inside the paint cup and that works fantastic and saves you buying the expensive cup liners. I got this one because it weighed less and I am a woman with small wrists to hold anything too heavy. It was perfect for me. Lots of refilling tho. LOL SO much fun to use it!!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Ashley S - Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2015
Great sprayer, as long as you line the FlexLiners
I'm no stranger to Graco airless sprayers, having owned and used Truecoat Plus 2 for over a year. Having researched other brands, Graco sprayers are very well made units and this sprayer continues that legacy. There is a huge difference between the quality of cheaper sprayers such as the Wagner and this sprayer. The Truecoat 360 is significantly lighter and smaller than my Plus 2, probably due to the new single piston design. The TrueCoat 360 is fully rebuild-able, which is an important feature of any sprayer you are looking to invest in. The main difference in this sprayer compared to their previous generation is the addition of the FlexLiner bag instead of a siphon based pickup, and frankly I love it. The thing that I hated most about my old sprayer was that cleanup was a massive chore. I'd spray for 20 minutes and then spend 30 minutes more cleaning up the sprayer. This sprayer is much easier to clean up, it takes me less than 10 minutes. This makes it way more useful to me - I will be more likely to pick up my sprayer instead of resorting back to painting with a roller and brush. That being said, the biggest limitation of this sprayer is over-spray, although this is common for all paint sprayers. The spray pattern is excellent, but even with a very careful job you will be dealing with over-spray. Outdoors this isn't an issue but when painting in the garage I had to be very careful and do a lot of masking around windows. the In terms of spray performance, the sprayer does a great job. It sprays at 1200 PSI and I had no trouble spraying un-thinned latex interior paint. If you've never painted with a sprayer before, I highly recommend you look up videos or read the manuals on how to lay coats properly to get nice coverage and avoid runs. Speaking of the manual, give the manual a read before using the sprayer. There are very specific procedures for the first time you use the sprayer, spraying, cleanup, etc. My biggest gripes and the reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is the cost of the FlexLiners and the lack of pump armor in the box. As of right now a 3 pack of flex liners runs 12 dollars. $4 per liner is far too expensive if they are really considered disposable. TIP: The work around I found for this is if you line the flex liner with a plastic bag (a decently sturdy one such as a Ziploc bag) you can then spray without getting the FlexLiner dirty and essentially reuse them indefinitely, saving a lot of money. Pump armor is used for storage and rust prevention in the internals of the sprayer. Enough for a few uses was previously included with sprayers, but now it's not included. This means you'll need to pick up some pump armor or equivalent when you purchase the sprayer. A storage fluid is not optional - you MUST use a storage fluid or you will damage the sprayer. I think that at least a sample should be included since it is required. For a casual home user that needs to be able to spray outdoors, or big indoor projects infrequently, this sprayer is a great option, and with quick cleanup and the ability to cover a large area quickly you can't go wrong.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By D. Thomas - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2015
Buy this Graco TrueCoat 360 over the Wagner HVLP sprayer if you're using Latex Paint
After doing a month of research, and almost pulling the trigger on the $90 Wagner HVLP Sprayer, I went to some professional paint equipment review sites and the Graco brand models were always ranked way ahead of the Wagner devices, and usually at the top or near the top. Now, I wasn't going to buy an $800 paint sprayer but, even at the sub $200 price point, Graco True Coat 360 was very well reviewed. So I get my hands on it a couple weeks ago and finally get a chance to use it on a full living room project, INTERIOR painting, with Sherwin Williams Super Paint (EggShell White). I was painting all 4 walls and the ceiling. Here are seven (7) observations: (1) The Sprayer has no Low-High setting. Even though you see the Low-High switch on the videos, THIS particular model does not have any such switch. This is not a deal breaker, but you only get ONE speed. (2) There is a good deal of overspray. This means that you have to do a good job of masking off the entire areas on which you don't want paint. And get a good paint remover, like "Goof Off" brand paint remover... because paint particles will go EVERYWHERE, especially when painting ceilings. (3) Don't use this without a respirator or face mask, and goggles. Add to that: clothes that you care nothing about. Paint will get everywhere. (4) There's NO NEED to thin latex paint. WIN! The highly ranked Wagner at this price point required users to thin out their latex paint for best results. The Graco True Coat 360 does not require that you thin the paint at all. (5) You will use A LOT of paint. This little paint sprayer uses more paint than you would use if painting with brushes or rollers. However.... (6) The results are FANTASTIC. Just keep your arm steady, avoid the wrist bending, and take your time... and your paint project will come out as if you paid a professional to do it. I was able to paint the ceilings WITHOUT a ladder. (7) Commit to the cleanup process. Cleaning the sprayer was not tough - just follow the instructions, and do NOT submerge the sprayer under water. I recommend that you have a five gallon bucket handy, as this will make cleaning the unit a breeze. Also, GET the replacement cup liners. The 32oz cups this unit comes with are very small, and will require very frequent refills on a large project. Fill up a few before you start for faster refills. You will not go wrong with this device, and the results will astound everyone who sees the results.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Ashley Stratton - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2018
Uses a TON of paint, uneven flow, has to be re-primed often
It used more paint than if I was using a brush or roller, which was frustrating, because paint sprayers are aimed at using less paint. The paint often was spitting out instead of there being a consistent spray, and it needed to be re-primed every 15-30 seconds. It may be useful for people that are doing exterior painting/staining work where aesthetics don't matter as much, but it didn't work for my interior trim work. I was left really frustrated and disappointed with the results. I will have to sand several of the pieces, and try painting with a brush/roller. I gave it 3 stars, because I'm sure there are things that a professional painter would do to help compensate for some of these things. Also, cleanup was not that bad, even after using oil based paint. Just get paint thinner to clean the removable components, and use mineral spirits to run through the gun to clean the internals.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert Perthuis - Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2018
Don't waste your time if you are painting anything smooth.
I am sure this would be just fine for painting the exterior of a house or possibly even the interior walls of a house. I purchased this to replace a larger airless sprayer to finish up painting some cabinet doors. The quality just isn't there. If you are looking for a hand held airless sprayer it's worth getting the Graco Ultra or TC Pro. Those sprayers use the same tips as the big airless sprayers and have a quality pump. This just didn't live up to the advertisement.