The Glue Looper Version 3
By Matt Bittner
Last year I posted a review of all the glue applicators that were out at that time. Since that review The Glue Looper went through a Kickstarter campaign to help fund and release their next Glue Looper, Version 3.
Version 3 of The Glue Looper, also called The Thick Looper, was completely designed with thicker versions of Cyanoacrylate glues (CA, e.g. "Superglue") in mind. It uses "micro eddy currents combined with capillary action" to "charge" (or fill) the tool head with glue. To use it, once the tool head is filled, you "drag" the edge of the Looper across the item you want to deposit the glue onto. Think of it like a "quill pen" in that in order to use the ink inside of it you have to "drag" the tip of the pen across the paper; the same applies with The Thick Looper.
I've used it and it works as advertised and is an excellent tool! Not only can you use it to add glue to parts before you glue pieces together but you can also fill gaps with it in the same fashion.
I'm really glad I supported their Kickstarter campaign because this is a tool everyone should be using with thick CA. You have excellent control of the glue once it's on the applicator and it definitely works as advertised (view their video on their site for a better understanding).