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Pros: The 700 is the most comfortable sprayer to use. It has an extremely flexible air hose, filters are easy to replace, and the plastic handle stays cool during use.
Cons: On the downside, the 700 has no air-reducing valve to regulate atomization pressure, and it produces a spray pattern that’s not elliptical (left). Also, I found the manual to be poorly written.
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