Model No. KX2200K

2000W High Performance Heat Gun


Features + Benefits

  • Powerful heat gun kit for all applications, ideal for stripping paint, varnish, adhesives and a variety of other applications
  • Complete kit including 8 accessories & kit box for all paint & varnish removal tasks
  • Powerful 2000W, 2 speed heat gun with variable heat control giving maximum control in all heat gun applications
Black and Decker - 2000W High Performance Heat Gun - KX2200K

Product Specs

Product Type Heat Gun
Power Source Corded
Power Rating 2000 W
Plug Voltage 230 V
Temp range 65 - 645 ºC
Air Flow 360 / 720 l/min
Heat settings Variable
Cable length 3 m
Kit Box Yes
Weight 0.9 kg
Soft grip Yes
  • Loosening rusted or seized nuts
  • Stripping paint, varnish or adhesives
  • Thawing frozen water pipes
  • Scraper Head - Triangular (fits Scraper Handle)
  • 50mm Flat Scraper
  • Wide Nozzle - for working on larger work pieces
  • Reflector Nozzle - for working around pipes or in enclosed areas
  • Scraper Handle with Tear Drop Scraper Head
  • Scraper Head - Multi Sided (fits Scraper Handle)
  • Reduction Cone - concentrates heat into a smaller area for tough applications
  • KX2200 2000w Heat Gun
  • Glass Protection Nozzle - protects glass when working on window frames

High Performance 2000W Heat Gun reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Build quality
Value for money
Overall rating
Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 13 reviews
10 out of 10


Banff GB
I was able to place the gun on a flat surface and forget about it till it cooled.
All the decals on the case.
Confirmed purchase: 29 October 2016
Published on: 08 November 2016
10 out of 10


Doncaster GB
Come on this is Black&Decker :-)
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 26 July 2015
Published on: 20 August 2015
10 out of 10


Leicester GB
Great purchase highly recommended, very well made and great heat settings, making it very Versatile for all types of jobs.
make sure that nuts are tightend well on handle scrapper as sometimes can come undone easily
Confirmed purchase: 30 December 2013
Published on: 22 January 2014