Blue Viper 3 in 1 Weed Sprayer

  • 2 Stars
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$ 34.09
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Weight: 1.50 lbs

The first lightweight, battery operated, precision weed sprayer that uses disappearing dye.

The Blue Viper's ergonomic and lightweight design makes it easy to hold and simple to operate. The 3-in-1 uses include Precise Spot Spraying, Continuous Edging and Broadcast Spraying. The 30" shaft and protective hood system protects valuable plants while going after the hard to get weeds in your landscape, garden, driveway, etc. The Blue Viper is perfect to use in landscaping, yards, gardens, fence lines, driveways, cemeteries, parking lots, ball parks and much more. Runs on 4-AA batteries, not included. 5-year limited warranty.

Only the ultralight Blue Viper has a unique patent-pending hood and nozzle system that emits a micro-fine spray with the perfect droplet size (making it more cost-effective than hand pumps and sprayers), reducing the amount of herbicide needed. Simply pour any weed killer into the compact 16-ounce tank. The unique nozzle and protective hood system work together to limit the spray area, making it ideal for spraying in and around flowerbeds and vegetable gardens, or along fences, sidewalks, and house foundations.

Product Features

  • 16-ounce tank covers 1/4 acre with ease
  • Superior ergonomic design is perfectly balanced between the tank and hood, so it rests easily in your hands
  • Easy to clean and compact enough to store in smaller spaced
  • Nearly 30-in shaft reaches those hard to reach weeds for less bending, twisting, and kneeling
  • Battery powered, no recharging required (batteries not included)
  • Lightweight at 3.5-lbs

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

2 Stars

Cheap Toy Dan from TX wrote June 29, 2016

Reminds me of a cheap Christmas toy. Battery compartment falls open...batteries don't stay in well etc. Better take the batteries out because I used it for 15 mins and left the batteries in and they were dead the next day. Having said that, while working it does do what it says and shield the adjacent plants from spray which I had to have.

2 Stars

Never worked right Boyce Rensberger from MD wrote June 27, 2016

The company sent me after the Weedstick that I bought failed. They said this one was better. It wasn't. The sprayer won't shut off completely after producing a burst of herbicide. It keeps dribbling, leaking. The result is that as you move from one sprayed weed to the next, you will kill plants in between. My regular Solo pump sprayer works better, although I did have to fashion a shroud to keep the mist from drifting.