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Top 3 Battery Powered Backpack Sprayers - Rating and Reviews

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If your arm is sore from pumping, you should definately consider a battery operated backpack sprayer!

If you are doing a small job, then a pump sprayer may be all that you need, but if I'm going to be out there for an hour or more, then I'm using a battery powered unit.

In reading lots of review and ratings of sprayers, here are the top three uncovered.

Top 3 Battery Operated Backpack Sprayers

#1  Hudson Never Pump Bak-Pak Sprayer - 4 Gallon Battery Powered Backpack

Hudson 13854 Never Pump Bak-Pak 4 Gallon Battery Operated SprayerCheck Reviews & Online Price

The Hudson Never Pump Sprayer is a popular 4 gallon tank selection.

* Keeps it charge for 10 hours - though you need to completely charge it first for 9 hours. So plug it in at night and you are ready to go in the morning.

* Translucent tank so you can see how much product you have inside without having to open it up.

* Wide, easy to fill opening which reduces spillage.

* Non-kinking hose which allows for consistent flow

* 6 foot long hose

* Comes with 4 different nozzles for spraying - cone, duel cone, fan and long-reach (you can mist up to 6 feet or squirt up to 25 feet - depending on which nozzle you are using)

* 4 Gallon Tank

* 60 psi strength

#2  Chapin 20 Volt Battery Powered Backpack Sprayer

Chapin 63985 4-Gallon Wide Mouth 20v Battery Backpack Sprayer, Powered by Black & DeckerCheck Reviews & Online Price

Chapin 4-Gallon 20v Battery Backpack Sprayer Model 63985

* Using a Black and Decker 20 volt lithium battery.

* Goes for 1.5 hours on a single charge and will spray 50 gallons before needed to be recharged.

* 6 inch mouth - easy to fill opening which reduces spillage.

* Non-kinking hose which allows for consistent flow

* 4 Gallon Tank

* 35-40 psi strength

#3  Solo 6 Gallon Battery Powered Backpack Sprayer

Solo 417 Battery Powered Backpack Sprayer, 6.6-GallonCheck Reviews & Online Price

Solo 417 Battery Powered Backpack Sprayer

* This is a 6 gallon unit - and when filled can be very heavy.

* 12 volt battery

* Roughly 3-4 hours per charge.

* Two toggle switch for pressure: 36 psi on low and 62 psi on high

* Transparent tank so that you see how much product you have left inside.

* 35-40 psi strength