Ranger Ink - Inkssentials - Heat It Craft Tool



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Description & Information

The Heat It Craft Tool can be used to melt embossing powder and to dry paints and inks quickly and quietly. Because this tool was designed with a gentle but highly effective air flow, it is not only quiet but it also does not blow your embossing powder around. It is small but mighty. In other words, the Heat it Craft Tool is quick, quiet and oh-so convenient.

You can now easily melt your embossing powder with the Ranger Ink Heat it Craft Tool. It is also compatible with soy ink, dry ink, paints, glues and more! The new design makes it safe with no metal outer tip. You will love that you only need one hand to operate this fast, lightweight tool. The Heat it Craft Tool is affordable and fun to use! It's also recommended and used by Tim Holtz.


Key Benefits:
  • This tool is super quiet! You can use it when the family is sleeping without worrying about the sound.
  • Gentle airflow. This allows you to dry paints and melt embossing powder without blowing it around. This also ensures that it does not burn your projects.
  • Stylish and convenient. Its shape is very similar to a travel blow dryer which makes it very nice and easy to hold.
  • It's safe. There are no protruding metal pieces.
  • It's easy to store. There is a small ring on the end to allow for your tool to be hung up for storage.
SKU: pp-hg-hit00471 UPC: 789541000471

Reviews and Ratings

Avg. Rating
89% of buyers would recommend
  • By:
    Verified Buyer

    5/ 5stars

    Ranger Heat It Craft Tool: Pros & Cons

    I was using my blow dryer until I purchased the Heat It Craft Tool. The biggest concern I had was the blow dryer blowing my card/ATC/art away. Hanging on to it without marking it up was not easy. So here are the pros & cons. Pros: It is quiet. It doesn't blow my art work away. It drys faster. It is easier to handle. Cons: Definitely read directions before using and hold it at least two inches away and constantly check because it does get very hot. Unlike the blow dryer, it does not take long. When it says don't leave it on more than 10 minutes, they REALLY mean it. The cons are not really cons if you are careful and follow directions.

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  • Verified Buyer

    5/ 5stars

    No more glitter everywhere

    For years I used my heat tool for embellishing a LOT of different things. The grout in my floor can attest to this with glitter, beads and embossing powder of many colors embedded forever! This little beauty doesn't blow everything all over. PERFECT. Gets hot, but it's called a "heat" tool and it takes less time to do what I want.

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  • By:
    Verified Buyer

    5/ 5stars

    Great tool. It will last a long time if you read my tip...

    I've had this tool for a few years and enjoyed how it works. I always heat from the underside of the piece I'm embossing and because of that I can't always see how close I'm getting to the paper/cardstock. I've burned the motor out in one because it got too hot and won't do that again. I'm on Heat It #2.

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  • Verified Buyer

    5/ 5stars

    The Handle is The key

    Love this heat tool..looked at many on t he market but really was drawn to the ease of drying with a handled tool. Used it today and it is exactly what I wanted, as it gives great control and my hand doesn't get tired. It allows the surface to dry evenly, as well.

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Product Questions & Answers

  • I recently purchased the Ranger Heat it Tool, but failed to see the word European after the product name. I now have to buy a converter plug for it just to use it! My question is this, is there a US version of the Ranger, "Heat it craft Tool"?
    Any info. on this would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you,,
    Debbie   By: dbythec (14-Jan-16) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Hello, I to purchased my Ranger Heat it Tool here in the states. I didn't have to adjust the plug at all, didn't even know they came with different plugs. I would contact Ranger and ask for Customer Service. Hope this helps. joyce By: nanalovesyou (18-Jan-16) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • Hi Debbie....When I bought my Ranger Heat tool from sb.com I did not have to use an adapter. It was made for American use. So yes, if you buy one here you shouldn't have a problem. I hope this helps. Its a great heat tool, love it!:) By: Meggies Nana (17-Jan-16) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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