Ryobi DUET Power Paint System
To make painting my hallway as quick and painless as possible, I turned to the first powered paint dispenser strong enough to let two people paint at the same time. No fighting over who gets the robotic assist—I used the power roller while my friend handled the tight spaces with the cut-in and corner pads. Dual-control knobs differentiate the flow to each brush and conserve paint. Meanwhile, a pump compresses tubes to keep the paint moving, giving it an even consistency and my walls a smooth finish. Afterward, I pumped the leftover paint back into the can with the flip of a switch and ran warm water through the system to clean it. Next project!
That looks like a great tool and a huge time save especially if it can save you from getting up and down a ladder. I will definitely try it out.
It looks great, but it is unfortunately so 'cheaply' built it is quite worthless.
First, as I was trying to get started with it, it could not 'pump' the paint to the roller. I had to clean out the tubes, pump and everything with water then thin the paint so much to get it to the roller, it is probably worthless to me for 'conventional use'. Well, I have the paint thinned now, seems like it is going to work so I get started. I 'Might' have gotten a 5x5 patch in the ceiling done when the plastic connector, that connected the paint tube to the roller wand broke. I was like a mini-paint explosion! Paint everywhere !!! On me, on the walls, on the floor, on a shelf across the room. The experience was very very bad. Would not recommend this to anyone. Very disappointed.