Arrow TR550 Glue Gun
Arrow TR550 Glue Gun
£21.30 (£17.75 Ex. VAT)

Arrow TR550 Glue Gun

Code: 952319

  • Heavy duty glue gun
  • High volume melt chamber
  • Large trigger is comfortable in use
  • Non-drip nozzle and check valve to control glue flow
  • Will take high and low temperature glue sticks
  • Built in drip tray/stand
  • Show More
£21.30 (£17.75 Ex. VAT)

In stock - get it Thursday 20th Dec, order within and choose Premium delivery

Collect in store, we'll confirm your reservation within 1 hour.

Check stock at your local store

Chosen store -

Loading stock for

In stock - collect from in 1 hour

Low stock - collect from in 1 hour

Out of stock at

Change store
Learn how it works

We'll aim to dispatch your products the same day when you order before 4pm, Monday to Friday.

  • Standard UK (1-2 day) - £2.95
  • Premium UK (next day) - from £6
  • International - available
Find out more

We're commited to selling high-quality products, however we also know thats there are times when you need to exchange or return an item.

  • No quibble 30 day returns policy
  • Arrange your return online, in-store or by phone
  • Simple and easy returns process
Find out more

Frequently Bought Together

  • Arrow TR550 Glue Gun
  • Axminster Hot Melt Glue Sticks - Multi Purpose 5kg
  • Axminster Rare Earth Magnets - 10 x 5mm (Pkt 10)
  • Axminster Grindstone Aluminium Oxide White - 150 x 20 x 31.75mm 80G
Total: £95.58

In Detail

This professional glue gun will take high and low temperature glue sticks, it has a high volume melt chamber and heavy duty circuitry for prolonged use. The large trigger is comfortable in use, fitted with a non-drip nozzle and check valve to control glue flow, it also has a built in drip tray/stand. Takes standard glue sticks 11/12mm.

Information Downloads



Corded or Cordless Corded
Model TR550
Voltage 230 V
Reviews (5)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.5 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



14 August 2017

Not a pro quality gun

I bought this glue gun a year ago last December. While it lasted it has been good. I have used it for glueing bowl blanks onto my glue chuck and it hasn't had any heavy use. Yesterday I was using it and there was a click and it stopped feeding the stick. As it's well out of warranty I had it to bits and found that the 'ratchet' mechanism, plastic, had snapped. The gun was well up to temprature and I wasn't using a lot of pressure. The only way I could possibly use the gun now is by pushing the stick through the gun by hand!
If I had been using this gun as a pro then I believe that it would have failed very quickly?


1 December 2013

Not good enough for professional use

I've gone through 2 glue guns from Bosch over the past 4 years and they were the best I have used, until both blew the fuses in my house after a couple of years, and started leaking glue from the trigger. So I decided to try the Arrow gun, and clearly I'm the odd one out here, but I thought it was rubbish and returned it after a few days for the following reasons. Reason 1: the cable is a bit on the short size and you have to position yourself quite close to the socket, which might have been the reason why it wouldn't stand up. So I used an extension lead and that didn't remedy the problem either. However, I did find that if I plugged it into a socket that was slightly above the surface of the table, then it did remain upright, but it's not very convenient having to use it all the time in the kitchen. Reason 2: the gun is described as having a drip free nozzel, so why does it have a drip tray? well, the simple reason is, that it does drip. Reason 3: in order to use the gun you have to move the stand assembly out of the way and the problem is, if you are holding the object that is being glued with one hand, your fingures of the other are unable to reach the stand, to move it back. So, I ended up having to lay the gun on its side, with droplets of glue all over the table. Reason 4: there is a slight delay with the trigger before the glue emerges as a blob, and then it is quite free flowing and this delayed action made it very difficult, to consistently produce a neat glue line. For occasional use, however, it's probably adequate.

Chris R

16 October 2013


One of the biggest mistakes you can make with one of these is to put it away!

I use mine all the time. It is great for sticking bits of wood together, and I have used mine to fix skirting board mitres, cornices, making a load of cupboard doors and to hold uPVC fascia in place while I silicone seal them.

I love this not waiting for glue to slowly dry.

One thing I like about this over cheaper versions is the way you can plug it in somewhere to get it hot, and then unplug it and use it for quite a while without power - so useful if you can't be bothered faffing with an extension lead!

A good inverstment

Mark Bredonchel

12 June 2012


purchased glue gun, works well, only fault is it will not stand up ,so the hot glue runs out of the drip tray, otherwise well worth it.

Chris Stevens

26 November 2011

Very Strong

Ive had three glue guns now and all three used to leek the glue all over the place. This one is spot on. I did a test with two old pieces of wood just to see how strong the bond was. VERY STRONG. I have to chisel them apart. The glue didn't track but the wood actually fractured into splinters. Amazing. With this in mind, I now only use three small blobs like a green pea to fix by turning blanks to old wood for turning. Trust me, it will never spin off.

Privacy Policy & Cookies

We use cookies to improve and personalise our services, for marketing and for social activity. Please see our privacy policy for more information on how and why we use your data. You can change your cookie settings at any time. By continuing, you agree to our use of cookies.