FURNO 700 Heat Gun

$ 69.99
The Wagner FURNO 700 heat gun is suited to the heavy DIY'er who knows how to use these power tools. The heating gun has the most precise temperature settings and multiple fan speeds to help accomplish many projects that require heat.

This high power heat gun comes with additional accessory nozzles, making it easy to tackle a variety of projects such as softening putty and caulk, declouding headlights, removing decals, molding hockey skates, removing crayon from walls, waxing skis, remove ceiling paint, stripping paint and thawing frozen pipes.


  • Temperature settings range from 125°F - 1300°F
  • LCD Display screen with push-button controls
  • Five fan settings and cool-down setting
  • 1500 Watts/ 5100 BTUs
  • Includes two nozzles (glass protector and flare nozzles)
  • Integrated stand for safe hands-free operation


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Parts and Accessories

P/N 2366225
Curved Deflector Nozzle for FURNO

Curved Deflector Nozzle for FURNO

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P/N 2366223
Flare Nozzle for FURNO

Flare Nozzle for FURNO

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P/N 2366222
Concentrator Nozzle for FURNO

Concentrator Nozzle for FURNO

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P/N 2366224
Glass Protector Nozzle for FURNO

Glass Protector Nozzle for FURNO

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P/N 2370673
Nozzle Kit for FURNO

Nozzle Kit for FURNO

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P/N 2366227
5-in-1 Tool

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Storage Case for FURNO

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Furno700 is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A professional's review I use electric heat guns almost daily and actually keep this particular one as a carry-around to and from work everyday to have it anytime I need it. Most variable temp guns have only two heat settings and the range they have falls short of what the Furno 700 delivers! Functionality is unmatched! The only thing they are lying about is the 101 uses, because I could easily boost that number up another 50 uses! I have been working inside RVs in the middle of the winter with no heater and this little gem became my most important tool! I have another brand heat gun that I would not dream of leaving running while not paying attention to it completely, but the genius idea they had of integrating a built-in reliable stand to mount this gun in a working position and the 700's 1300 degree helll fire setting allowed me to work inside a full size diesel powered motorhome without having to freeze all day! And I can also vouch for its cooking utility! There's been many a morning that I got to enjoy my Eggo waffles for breakfast on the job without needing to find a toaster!
Date published: 2020-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Multipurpose When I am not using this as a tool. I am using it to cook. It sits aimed up, and with a rack to sit my pot or pan on, it is well suited. I know this is not per its design. But given its temperature controls. I am just saying. Good for making lunch on the work site.
Date published: 2020-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Old paint and finish just melts away! I got the Wagner Furno700 because I was sick of trying to get the old paint and finish off of an old door. I tried stripper, and besides giving me a huge headache from the smell, it just didn't do a very good job, and was a mess. So I tried the Furno700, and wow...I couldn't believe how fast and easy it was...the old stuff just about melted right off. No mess, no stink, no chemicals eating me skin. It's the best tool for this type of job. I will never use stripper again. Thinking about tackling my kitchen cabinets next! Thanks, Wagner!
Date published: 2018-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from High heat capacity and easy to use I used the Furno700 on four projects. The first was to heat the interior of my truck (not really a project but worked great). The next morning after an ice storm I was running late and had just received the Furno700. I ran an extension cord to my truck and sat with the Furno700 on high heat but kept at a distance in the center of my truck. After about 5 minutes it warmed the windows enough to get the ice melting. I took it back in the garage to allow cooldown. Meanwhile the ice just wiped off the glass. Nice. Another project was refinishing shelves for my wet bar. The Furno700 bubbled up the paint nicely at about 60-70% power. A simple scrape peeled up the paint with no problem. Care was taken not to dwell to long on one spot as this heat gun can put out enough heat to scorch the wood. I also used the Furno700 on high heat to warm up vinyl floor sheet for removal. Being on concrete it tended to act like a heat sink but the Furno700 overcame the effect making the sheet very pliable and easy to get under with a floor scraper to work up the sheet. The sheet was able to come off in one piece which makes for easier cleanup. The paper backing remnant would start to burn with the Furno700 and cause smoke. I switched to a Wagner steamer (like you would use for steaming off wallpaper). That got the paper and adhesive up nicely. I then used the Furno700 to fast dry the concrete. The Furno700 was also useful in getting fiberglass epoxy off a concrete garage floor with high heat and high blower. The Furno700 quickly melted/hardened the epoxy into a hard substance easily scraped off the smooth concrete. The other project was large production heat shrink on wiring. I shaped the blade attachment into an L shape and set the Furno700 facing up as the handle and case are shaped to allow it set on a flat surface. I set the Furno700 on a low setting around 650 and medium blower speed. The hands free setup of the Furno700 allowed ease of use when heat shrinking the insulation. The Furno700 was also light and easy to use on a ladder when heat shrinking over coaxial antenna wire on a radio tower (with extension cord of course). The case shape made it easy to set the Furno700 into the tower structure. Light weight with a multitude of blower and heat settings make the Furno700 very useful in many applications. Run time so far is approximately 100 hours with no discoloration and appears to be running like new.
Date published: 2018-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wagner Furno 700 Heat Gun The Furno 700 is one of those tools that you only buy once or twice in a lifetime. This model is quite simply outstanding. Its adjustability and high output make it easy to peel paint or remove stuborn labels. More importantly, at least for me and my wife (an artist) its spreader nozel (or whatever the correct term is) helps dry her paintings. A time and labor saver.
Date published: 2018-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Handy Tool I have only had this Wagner Furni heat gun for a month but have used it several times since receiving it in the mail. I have used it to quickly dry paint on my children’s pinewood derby cars, remove caulk around a shower, removing stickers off of glass jars. It comes with two tip accessories and the instructions are clear on settings and tips for various jobs. This thing heats up fast so that you can get the job done quickly. After looking on-line there are so many other uses and Wagner actually has many short videos showing what setting to put the gun on and how to complete many different projects. The gun is not too heavy so i feel anyone should be able to use it. Great product!
Date published: 2018-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A lot of heat in my hands! Best heat gun I've own ever! Lot of heat on demand, whether I need hi heat or not so much, this Furno 700 make my job a lot easier and efficient. Also is very easy to learn the controls, which is important, if efficiency is your priority.
Date published: 2018-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Versatility Used this to strip entry door and frame, in preparation for refinishing. Had to use it to speed of drying time of stain, due to time constraints. The ability to adjust and see digital temperature made me more confident in using it for the aforementioned purposes.
Date published: 2018-02-23
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Is this product made in America?

Asked by: Della
We don't see a product associated with this question. Give us a call at technical support 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2017-05-04

What is the warranty period on the Wagner 300 heat gun?

Asked by: songbirdooh
The Furno 300 comes with a two year limited warranty.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2017-04-06

Switch popping - should I be worried?

When I turn the gun on, the switch has a kind of first click before it starts the low setting on the now second click (3rd click is still high). It wasn't doing this yesterday when I first used it, but now when you turn it off there is a popping noise and a small, visible flash at the bottom of the switch. Why is this?
Asked by: Autumn
A spark is never a good thing. Which sprayer are we discussing? We have a few hundred models to choose from over the years. I'll contact you directly so we can resolve this issue quickly.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2017-01-03

I have the furno 300 heat gun and I need to know how to detach thw cord

I attached the cord, used the heat gun but I am unable to remove the cord now.
Asked by: mad12111955
The electrical cord on the Furno gun is not intended to be removed each time it's used. However, there is a latch in the center of the connection that pivots by pushing on it with a small screwdriver. Call tech support if you require more help. 800-328-8251
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2016-12-15

How do I detach the cord, once I've attached it?

I bought the latest one at Home Depot and clicked the cord in, but now I want to detach it because I have to return it. Help!
Asked by: Abby
We would be happy to assist you with your question. We would need to know which tool you are asking about. Give technical support a call at 800-328-8251 for help.
Answered by: Wagner
Date published: 2019-09-24

What is the air flow (cfm) for each of the 5 settings?

Asked by: Paul Palovich
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