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Rexbeti Ultimate 750

Editor Rating: 4.2/5

Great Product

Rexbeti Ultimate 750

Reviewed by: Timothy Henderson

Last modified: Nov 10, 2020 @ 5:10 am

  • Design
  • Functionality
  • Price

Review Summary:

When you want a paint sprayer that steps up to the plate and gets the task done, it seems the Rexbeti 750 Ultimate spray painter delivers. Lightweight and easy to use, it’s packed with features to give a smooth, even finish to your spray painting projects.

A 750ml per minute flow rate ensures speedy coverage, and it has 500 watts of power. An ergonomically designed, soft-grip handle makes it easy to hold, especially for extended periods.

With all the controls at your fingertips, you can choose from three different nozzle sizes, and three spray patterns. It’s easy to tailor these to the project you are painting, from furniture to floors, walls, or decking. A 6.6-foot long cord means less unplugging and relocating as you move about.

All you need to clean the unit is included in the box, so you can finish, clean up and pack everything away ready for its next use.

Rexbeti has been producing power tools and products for over 30 years. According to the Rexbeti website, the company’s aim is to deliver convenient solutions for DIYers at an affordable price.

Pros:

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500-watt power.
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750ml/min flow rate.
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1000ml paint tank.
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6.6-foot power cord.
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3 paint nozzles
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3 paint spray patterns.
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Cleaning needle and brush included.

Cons:

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Not good for professional painters.
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Only accepts proprietary replacement tips.
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No inline filter so can be prone to clogging.

Features and Benefits of the Rexbeti Ultimate 750


For a small unit, the Rexbeti Ultimate 750 paint sprayer packs plenty of punch. Suitable for medium or small-sized projects, it promises to give your project a smooth, professional finish. Let’s delve deeper and see if this machine really lives up to that claim.

Spray Patterns and Nozzles


Versatility is the name of the game for this paint sprayer. It comes with three different nozzle sizes — 2mm, 2.5mm, and 3mm. The smallest nozzle is suitable for low viscosity liquids, like varnish and thin paints. The largest nozzle would be needed for chalk-type paint, milk-type paint, or latex paint.

By turning the nozzle on the sprayer, you can adjust the spray pattern between circular, vertical, or horizontal spray. This adjusts the angle of the spray to 45 degrees, 180 degrees, or 90 degrees respectively. While you might want to test the patterns on a scrap piece before starting the task, the different settings mean you can paint almost any surface.

Power and Spray Rate


Powered by 500 watts and delivering a flow rate of 750 ml (approx. 0.2 gallons) per minute, this paint sprayer is a little powerhouse. It significantly cuts down the time taken to paint small items, like wooden furniture, dressers, cabinets, or arts and craft projects. It also lends itself to medium-sized jobs, such as outdoor fencing or decking, or interior and exterior walls.

On the downside, it’s more than likely not going to be ideal for painting a whole house.

Extra Long Power Cord


Let’s be honest, there is nothing more annoying than having to unplug a tool and find another socket because it doesn’t reach far enough. The Rexbeti Ultimate-750 paint sprayer comes equipped with a generous 6.6-foot power cord. This gives you more freedom to move around for continuous painting.

Easy to Hold


This unit weighs 3.64 pounds and has a handle that’s designed to fit comfortably in one hand. It’s lightweight and compact, so you won’t get hand fatigue quickly. The flow control is at also your fingertips, for ease of use.

Flow Control Knob


An easily accessible flow control knob near the handle allows you to adjust the amount of paint your sprayer delivers. The output is 750 ml (0.2 gallons) per minute, but you can lower this if you start to see pools or drips of paint.

A point to note is that the distance you spray from could also affect the amount of paint that lands on its final destination. I find that turning the flow rate down is great for corners and edges, where you don’t need a broad angle of coverage.

Accessories Included


We all know how quickly paint can dry and clog up your sprayer. Rexbeti has taken this into account and the sprayer comes with a needle and brush, designed to remove paint from the nozzle when you’re finished.

A viscosity cup is also included, so you can measure how much you need to dilute thicker paints before spraying.

What do The Users Say?


This paint sprayer is easy to set up and use, with instructions included to guide you on your way. However, let’s see how it stacks up by finding out what users think.

On the whole, reviewers paint a positive picture of the Rexbeti Ultimate 750. Users like the time it saves them and its versatility. Although some find it takes a few attempts to get the technique nailed, owners praise the ergonomic handle, easy to adjust paint flow and selection of nozzles. They also find the long lead a bonus when it comes to moving around with the paint sprayer.

It’s not all plain sailing, and you might need to make sure you tape off and cover up anything you don’t want to be painted. It’s also a good idea to leave that in place until all the paint dust has settled. Additionally, this paint sprayer seems more suited to smaller projects rather than larger ones.

You can get a feel for what people think by clicking the link below and reading for yourself.

Alternatives to Rexbeti Ultimate 750


If you feel the Rexbeti Ultimate 750 isn’t the paint sprayer for you, there are alternatives available that might hit the mark.

This powerhouse of paint sprayers lets you cover almost any surface with just about any paint — no matter what the viscosity. It’s lightweight for extended use and has a Flexliner paint bag system, with Vacuvalve technology. This provides an airtight system that sprays paint in any direction you want — even upside down.

Yes, the price tag is higher than the Rexbeti, but if you want a more professional quality paint sprayer, this could be a good choice.

  • Higher price tag.
  • Capable of spraying paint of any viscosity.
  • Can cover large areas.
Homeright brings us a paint sprayer very similar to the Rexbeti, which is also suited to those DIYers and hobbyists wanting to complete small or medium projects. It has 400 watts of power, is lightweight, and has brass-tipped needles and nozzles, for accuracy and constant paint delivery.

  • Shorter power lead than the Rexbeti.
  • Brass nozzles, as opposed to the plastic ones of Rexbeti.
  • Has a cleaning tool, adjustable flow, and spray pattern, but not a selection of nozzles.
The Wagner Flexio 590 is a great all-rounder for any size job. It comes with two nozzles — one for spraying large areas, and one for fine finishes and small projects.

Like the Graco, you can use it with any type of paint without thinning. The X-Boost turbine system and X-Boost power dial give you access to ten speed settings for optimum paint delivery. It can also be adjusted for vertical or horizontal, and narrow or wide spray.

  • More expensive than the Rexbeti or Homeright.
  • Easily adjustable for paint delivery and spray patterns.
  • Similar to the Graco, you can use any paint without thinning.

Conclusion


The Rexbeti Ultimate 750 is a budget-priced paint sprayer that lends itself to small or medium-sized projects for the hobbyist or DIYer. It’s versatile, with a choice of nozzles and spray options, and has a power lead longer than most spray painters at this level.

It’s lightweight and easy to hold for extended periods of use. It comes complete with a viscosity cup to measure the levels of thinned paints, and everything you need to clean up after use.

Although not really suitable for professional painters, the Rexbeti Ultimate 750 paint sprayer is more than capable of completing small paint jobs.

The FAQ

What Can You Use a Rexbeti Ultimate 750 For?

This Rexbeti paint sprayer is ideally suited for medium or small painting projects. Suggested uses include spraying:

  • Furniture.
  • Cabinets.
  • Dressers.
  • Fences.
  • Walls.
  • Decking.
  • … and more.
What Paints Can You Use with the Rexbeti Ultimate 750 Paint Sprayer?
This machine can be used with almost any type of paint or varnish. However, you will need to ensure you select the correct nozzle — and possibly thin down the viscosity of some paints.
Is the Rexbeti Ultimate 750 Paint Sprayer for Latex Paint?
Yes, absolutely! This paint sprayer can be used for latex paints, although you may need to thin them down in order to achieve an even spray and flawless finish.

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