Our full-sized 1.2 Liter COREGEAR | USA Misters™ Personal Mister & Sprayer will keep you cool all day long, even in the hottest weather! The 40 ounce bottle has a wide neck, making it easy to fill with ice and water. No batteries required — after 10 pumps, it’s ready to spray a fine mist that actually temporarily reduces the air temperature. The solid brass nozzle adjusts the spray from a fine, cooling mist to a water gun-like stream. The mister comes with a lanyard and carabiner-styled bag/belt clip for easy portability.
Available in BLUE, GREY AND PINK.
Dimensions: 12” x 8.5” x 5”
Weight: 9.9 oz
Fill with water to the fill line, replace handle and screw on tightly making sure that lanyard/carrying strap is not caught in the threads, and pump 10 times.
The brass tip is threaded for easy maneuvering between mist mode and spray mode. For misting, turn the nozzle tip all the way to the left. As you rotate the nozzle tip to the right, the mist will change to a spray.
Not advisable. Your new mister is made from high quality, heavy duty plastic. Still, it may be damaged and warp if left in direct sunlight inside a vehicle.
We assure you, your CoreGear® USA Misters™ Personal Mister & Sprayer Bottle is brand new, never touched and never used. That being said, during the manufacturing process, testing is done to ensure proper function. You may find residual water droplets in the nozzle and bottle from this testing.
This usually indicates a clogged nozzle; these nozzles are very sensitive to hard water, and you should only use purified or distilled water in your mister to preserve the life of the nozzle. If tapping the nozzle on a hard surface to dislodge any mineral accumulation does not fix the problem, try soaking the nozzle in a small amount of distilled white vinegar overnight. In the event these methods do not restore your nozzle’s function, you may need to purchase a new nozzle here.
First, remove the nozzle that is installed on the handle by unscrewing it in a counter-clockwise direction. The nozzle contains a white seal inside and when removed from the handle, the seal almost always remains inside the handle. Remove the white seal from the handle. Screw on the new nozzle onto the handle.