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Titan RX-80 Airless Spray Gun

Titan RX-80 Airless Spray Gun

We all want an even spray from a comfortable gun. Titan set out to provide that with Titan RX-80 Airless Spray Gun professional airless spray gun. With an updated design that replaces the Titan LX-80 and G-10XL spray guns, the RX-80 joins the RX-PRO to complete the Titan Red Series line. The RX-80 works with any brand of paint sprayer with maximum pressure ratings of 3,600 PSI and it comes standard with the Titan TRtip.

The RX-80 features Titan’s Comfort Grip  and a new swivel, two- and four-finger triggers, and a lighter trigger pull. For easier cleaning, the wrench is built into the trigger guard.

“The new RX-80 airless gun is an important addition to the Titan Red Series. With a lighter trigger pull, more comfort features, and a better optimized fluid passage, this upgraded gun will quickly become standard equipment for thousands of paint contractors.”

– Chris Noto, Director of Products for Titan

The Titan RX-80 is available in the U.S. and Canada at professional equipment and industrial supply retailers with an MSRP of $162. More information about Titan and the RX-80 is available on their website.

Our Take

Reviewer Rick Nicholson was thoroughly impressed with Titan’s RX-PRO with high marks for build quality, design, and performance. To bring the price point down a bit from the top tier spray gun, the features you’ll notice missing are the infinity packing and isolated spring assembly. The RX-80 also gives you a choice between either a two- or four-finger trigger rather than including both.

That’s not to say that the RX-80 is by any means below the professional level. You’ll just have to ask yourself if saving a few dollars is worth the trade-off. I say a few dollars with good reason – the RX-80 is running about $160 online and Amazon has the RX-Pro for $169.99. Food for thought.


Titan RX-80 Airless Spray Gun Key Features

  • Comfort Grip – Ergonomic design brings added comfort
  • Longer Life Packing Kit – Lasts 50% longer with improved performance
  • Onboard Tools – Smart tools that make job site life easier
  • One-Touch Trigger Lock
  • Option of 2 or 4 Finger trigger
  • Includes 517 reversible tip
  • Pressure rated at 3600 PSI (24.8 MPa)


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