The SMART Roller will transform your home faster than a traditional roller and with less mess. A simple squeeze of the ratchet power trigger directly feeds paint to the roller cover, eliminating the need for messy paint trays for refills. The roller is perfect for medium-sized projects, and the extended handle lets you reach 8' ceilings with ease.
- Handle with built-in paint reservoir holds up to 22 ounces to paint up to 70 square feet in one fill
- Extended reach reduces need for ladders; forward and reverse with manual override
- Includes fill tube and 9" x 3/8" roller with removable core/cap
- For use with oil and latex (water-based) coatings
Parts and Accessories
9 inch Roller Cap and Core Replacement Kit
9 inch Roller Arm Seal Kit
Duckbill Valve for Smart Rollers
9" X 3/8" Roller Cover
9" X 3/4" Roller Cover
3" Roller Cover
SMART Roller is rated out of 5 by 39.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ttowngirl from Horrible Bought this. Tried to use it last night. Roller kept flying off and paint kept coming out of valve not even roller brush. Trash product. Don't buy
Date published: 2017-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Doug in Colorado from Had one for years! Wife likes to paint, I like to paint fast. This will do it for you. I never had any problem with it until I needed a new roller and couldn't find a replacement for it. But had it for years and will just be buying another one to paint my basement. I recommend it!
Date published: 2017-09-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by Stone83 from Not worth it Bought it after much debate. Roller came off twice mess everywhere. Don't waste your money. Not to mention the other rollovers I bought. Water money
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by Robman from Good Product I used the Smart Roller several times to paint the ceilings of our new house. I had no trouble using the product, and it was a real time saver. Thoroughly cleaning it after each use is crucial -- after each use, I meticulously rinsed all parts, especially the valve components, so each subsequent time it worked well. The roller could use a bit more nap, but other than that, I have no complaints.
Date published: 2017-08-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by Homefixer 66 from Don't waste your time and money! It quit working after the first 2 tubes of paint. Just quit drawing paint from the can. I tried all the troubleshooting tips to no avail. Poor design and materials. It also takes better than an hour to clean up after use.
Date published: 2017-07-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by DRobb from One and Done! Bought this product thinking it would be helpful to paint a ceiling and it was! After that one use, however, I want to break it in half. I spent over and hour meticulously cleaning the many part after the first use only to find my time wasted. This product does not work as well the second time. I tried painting a wall today. The paint spewed unevenly from the holes and the dispenser kept sticking or not pushing the paint out at all. This is not user error, this is a poorly made product. Will be going back to the regular paint roller and tray because this was not worth the hassle.
Date published: 2017-07-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by Summersky from I wish I read the reviews first I'm returning this product. I wish I had read the reviews first. I have used a similar product in the past and it worked great. Just like many others, my roller cover kept falling off spilling paint all over. I takes quite a bit of pressure to apply a good covering...but wait, there goes the cover again. Then fine for most of the ceiling so I let my guard down...but paint all over again. who wants to use a product that they fear any second will cover them with paint again? The worst part is that I'm helping my dad who was pretty convinced I was doing something wrong. Can't wait to show him the reviews.
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by Brock from Poor design The roller is held on at the end by a plastic part that starts to fail after painting a small room. The roller keeps falling off which causes paint to spill everywhere. This product would be much improved if they replace the plastic piece that holds the roller on with something that has a locking mechanism. I returned one SMART roller because it failed thinking it might be a fluke. The new one I purchased started to have the same problem after painting a small bedroom.
Date published: 2017-02-16
Do you sale a easy fill valve replacement
We do have many part available for your Smart Roller. If you are looking for duckbill valve that goes inside the fill valve, the part number is 0271434. You can order it on our website, https://www.wagnerspraytech.com/parts-and-accessories/paint-rollers/ . OR you can call us directly at 1(800)328-8251 to order what you need. You may also call this number if you have any other questions or needs.
Date published: 2017-09-23
I need to stain my deck, and have a hard time bending down for extended periods. Can this be used with deck stains?
It certainly can be used with stains. Good luck with your project!
Date published: 2017-07-26
Can this be used with an oil based stain for staining a ceiling?
We have tongue and groove installed on the ceiling of a gabled roof over a deck. It is pretty high up and am looking for something to use to apply the stain from a scaffold that goes most of the way up. Would this work with oil based stain overhead, or would it drip too much.
It will work great, but you should add the splatter shield, part #0514230 to protect yourself from drips. Contact us at technical support with more questions 800-328-8251.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Why has the paint can lid discontinued being included in the package
The paint can lid is available separately. It is part #0284443, just give us a call to place an order.
Date published: 2016-10-07
I've been using the smart roller for years, but occasionally the roller leaks from the roller arm seal. Can't figure out why.
Even happens on new rollers. All seals clean, in good condition and lubed properly.
I'm sorry to hear that you're having leakage from the roller arm seal on your Smart Roller. That seal can leak if it has shifted off of its seat, or is under- or over-lubricated. I would make sure that there isn't too much petroleum jelly on the seal which may prevent the roller cap from making complete contact with it and allowing paint to flow past.
Date published: 2015-11-18
should my roller be damp before i start painting?
It seems like it takes a lot of paint to get the roller loaded with paint, will it help if my roller is damp first?
Wetting the roller cover will not have any affect on how the paint loads into it, and if the water were to enter the roller core, it could potentially dilute the paint and cause drips and runs. If you feel like the thickness of the nap may be an issue, you may want to wrap the roller in painters tape and then pull it back off, this will fluff the nap to provide the largest gap between fibers for the material to work through.
Date published: 2015-07-16
Can a Smart Roller that will not suction up paint be fixed?
I have an older Smart Roller and it won't suction up paint any longer. Is there anything I can do to fix it?
Not sure if the older one has the "duck bill" the rubber piece inside the disk where the fill tube goes. If that "duck bill" has a tear in it, it would fill.
Date published: 2014-05-30
How do I get the roller core out of the cover? I know this sounds so silly but I keep pulling as hard as I can but can't get the cover off the core.
Have you changed the product so that the cores are now part of the cover as one solid piece???
The roller core is a separate piece from the roller nap. They are a tight fit together, and especially if the roller is slippery with paint can be difficult to pull apart. You may first try rinsing the roller nap to remove some of the slipperiness of the latex paint. However once removed from the roller arm - the roller nap should be able to be removed from the roller core by pulling it off the same end of the roller core that was attached to the roller arm. If it has dried prior to trying to remove it, it may be necessary to soak the roller core and nap together in some warm soapy water in order to help you separate them.
Date published: 2014-05-19