Wood Glue Dispenser, 16 Oz Btl, Drip less

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Will not drip or spill 2 chamber system pushes glue from the bottom through 2nd side chamber Glue-bot sucks glue back inside when you stop squeezing Leaves a clean, clog free tip
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FastCap Glu-Bot Glue Bottle

The GluBot, HighBot, and BabeBot from FastCap are designed by cabinetmakers and woodworkers. They are easy to fill, they don’t drip, and they dispense glue in both horizontal and vertical position it will be the best glue bottle you will ever own.



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‎0.64 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎6.5 x 4 x 3 inches

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Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



‎16 oz.


‎Original Version





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‎Unit^Instruction Guide

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Batteries Required?


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‎As Labeled





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#2,247 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #6 in Wood Glue

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Date First Available

October 2, 2003

10 reviews for Wood Glue Dispenser, 16 Oz Btl, Drip less

  1. E Dub

    I started woodworking using the handheld dispenser nozzle cap the glue was purchased in. This was a slow and tedious process especially gluing panels together to make a cabinet. I own the 4oz. and the 16 oz.BOTS . I have come to learn that typically i don’t need to use the tips because they slow me down however, they will be utilized when my project calls for precise application. My common routine for both bots is to remove the tip spread the glue and follow up with my silicone brush. I wasted more glue using the original dispenser because it took so long to apply glue and the applied glue would settle then pool and start running. Most of the time before i use the BOTS i have to remove dried glue from the pouring end of the bottle and cap. This is a minor issue compared to my previous experiences.

  2. Justin Hinds

    Love it! Really I’m telling you it changes how you do things. I get it… it’s just a glue bottle but I used it today and it made my life easier. I’ve been a finish carpenter for over 25 years and there’s nothing worse than trying to be efficient/get some good work done in the course of the day… and dealing with a glue bottle that has 1/4 left. It kills your time, it wastes energy and it frustrates me like no other.I follow a couple of really great woodworkers on youTube and this guy (Kings Woodworking or Kings Woodshop) had one of these and I immediately was looking at it. I ended up seeing it on Amazon and for this price it was a steal!Used today and honestly couldn’t be happier. Worked perfectly …You get (1) 16oz Glue Bot(2) tips(1) red protective tip (stays attached )I like how the bottle is set up. It feels like it’s going to last.. we’ll seee.I will say this one is rather big… really good in a shop setting. They do make one that’s either a 4 or 8 oz one and I think I’m going to pick one up. I use a toolbelt most of the day so having a smaller one that can fit in a pouch would be ideal then I’ll save the the big boy for larger projects.

  3. Mike B.

    So easy to use. After using wood glue out of the bottle and always tipping it upside down and squeezing it to get the glue out, I finally picked up a Glu-Bot. It always gives a consistent amount of glue without a ton of squeezing pressure. I’m really happy I finally got this and I use it all the time. For the price, it is a cheap way to make your shop life a lot better. It also has a variety of tips and you can cut them to your liking, depending how much glue you want to come out. It’s easy to fill, keeps a good seal on the glue, and quickly dispenses the glue when you need it.

  4. BobBob

    Ditto all the positive comments, truly a better mousetrap. I just wanted to share a quick tip-cleaning tip. I found that a nylon zip-tie works great to scrub the glue out of the applicator tip. Just submerge the tip in warm water and saw back-and-forth until the tip is clean. Photo attached.

  5. D C

    I had purchased the dispenser way back and just never filled it with glue. Silly me, I was still reusing the 16 oz glue bottles I had and refilling them from my gallon jug. Boy was I wasting my time. This dispenser saves me time and glue. Simple to use, as soon as you pick it up the glue is ready to dispense, no shaking down a bottle when its near the end to get the glue to come out. Also its precise. You control very easily how much glue comes out. There is a tip cover i use but that eventually broken off and i lost the cover..The flat head end allows you to evenly lay out the glue. Also came with a second pointed fine tip for less flow. The flat tip eventually cracked to where i can’t use it efficiently.. I have moved on to the pointed tip which i actually like better.. I love it and wish I had purchased it years ago. Without the red cover glue cakes up on tip and with trying to remove the dry glue the plastic tip will crack. I also wish it came with extra tips and red tip cover. But this is a woodworkers tool to have in any workshop.

  6. Mike

    FastCap is well known for time saving devices for woodworking, construction, even organization. I have seen this glue bottle around for a while, but never picked it up because I didn’t think it was entirely needed…until recently when glue started getting low and I was using my titebond containers to dispense it but had no extra glue to keep the bottles topped off. I felt like the glue was made by Heinz only there was no manic spot to tap the bottle…I shook, used centrifugal force, inverted the bottles before use and then I would get too much glue. When I decided to buy a gallon of gorilla glue I thought I would give the flu it a try as well and no I feel kind of stupid.Once again the gang at FastCap takes simple laws of physics – fluids in this case – to make products simpler. The guiding principle of the gluebot is displacement of glue in a large chamber to a smaller narrower second chamber which to make a complicated process short…makes glue more readily available. Other companies sell high tech ketchup bottles with an array of ends, but you still are left with the original problem…fast cap has a few ends but when you improve the delivery of the glue i am not sure all the fancy ends are as useful.If you are like I used to be and don’t see the point – All I can tell you is that after you try this product I promise you won’t go back.

  7. Gene

    As someone who doesn’t read instructions, this one was a little confusing for me. I assumed there was already an opening, so I filled the bottle with glue. Once I was ready to use I became confused and frustrated when no glue was coming out. I almost threw my unit out.After examining the tip, I realized that there was no opening. That’s when it dawned on me that the different tiers of the tip can be cut, depending on individual preferences. So if you want to dispense only a small amount of glue, you can cut the tip most tier. If you want more glue, you can cut up to the lower tiers.Once I figured that out, this bottle worked great! The glue doesn’t clog up the tip, and it’s very convenient to use compared to the Titebond bottle that I used to use.

  8. Rick OwensRick Owens

    I don’t know why I waited to buy one of these…. I’m the guy that buys a gallon of wood glue and keeps pouring it into the original Titebond dispenser from the store- after time the plastic begins to weaken causing leaks or worse. Bought this, filled it, tried it, then learned you need to cut the very end off the tip and now I’m in love… with a glue dispenser… free flowing, easy squeeze, clean and exact- none of which was had in the factory bottle. I’ve got arthritis in both thumbs. Which makes it even better. As a lifetime woodworker it was just foolish that I didn’t buy this decade’s ago

  9. Howard Marshall

    OK, I really didn’t expect much but i was tired of the boogered up up to open down to close tip that comes on the regular glue bottle. it has glue in it, that glue gets hard, best case you spend 5-10 min getting the hard glue out, worst case, you don’t get it all and have chunks of hard glue come out while you are using it. and getting it out deforms the tip so it doesn’t seal, making the problem worse. with this, it has a silicone cap that just pops on top of the nozzle so the glue doesn’t stick to it, and there’s not any mechanical hooha in the nozzle for the glue to harden around and its tapered all the way so if glue does harden in it you just pull it off and push the hard glue back out of the tip with little or no harm to the tip or cap. plus, what ever they made this out of or coated the inside with, the glue will all just drain back down to the bottom of the bottle. (nothing in the tip to block it from draining back down. plus there is a post in the fill lid that hold the cap while you are using it so you don’t have it flopping around in your way. all in all, this exceed my expectations and i like it very much

  10. KBKB

    I typically use my standard bottle of glue when doing a project. I like tite-bond for the most part. You know the drill, turn it sideways while squeezing to pour it out. Sometimes a bit too much comes, or too little.I decided to try this after hearing some good word about it from some youtubers I follow. They weren’t lying. It’s really a great little applicator. You can hold it upright and easily control the flow of glue you’re applying. Super simple and works well.Plus if you buy jugs in bulk, you can just refill this as needed. Comes with extra tips also. The only advice I have to cut a big enough opening in the top.I didn’t do that at first and glue blew out around the lid. I was squeezing too hard and didn’t have a big enough opening. Once I cut a little lower it worked like a charm. Get one of these. You won’t regret it.

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