Latest review: When it works it works great, but it only fires about 1/2 the time or less. Pull trigger nothing happens pull 50 times and shake it maybe it will fire 7 nails then quit again. I would never buy
Latest review: Owned this unit for about 3 years. It's been used & abused, dropped onto concrete from on the roof, survived about 50,000 actuations and has never missed a beat. Yeah, it's difficult to get staples
Latest review: I was always sceptical of the suitability of framing nailers to build stud walls, but ended up buying one simply to try it out. Must say, it will change the way you work; simply hold the timber in
Latest review: Works well. Very handy when you need to get in a tight space where you cant swing a hammer. Also takes a diverse range of nails. Had to change over the quick connect fitting though before first use
Latest review: shits over hitachi or paslode 16 ga nailers... i have a hitachi nt65m2 , good gun but you need earmuffs to use it.... dewalt can hold an extra clip of nails , so much less reloading........ the
Latest review: It has lots of power and Ryobi had the option of the 12 volt car charger and 6 ah battery at the best value. This thing has lots of power and packs a punch. It seems to be virtually unbreakable and
Latest review: What a handy little tool. Makes it is easy to reupholster chairs at home. I previously used a manual stapler & that was hard work. I like to do things around the house for myself. Having easy to
Latest review: Purchased few yrs ago and has performed very well. I'm a carpenter and have used this gun for many house frames and other jobs. Hold heaps of nails. Although it comes with spike like nose i sharpened
Latest review: The Stanley Fatmax 18v nailer is a battery powered finishing nailer, that uses 16 gauge nails. It works extremely well, and after firing about 500 nails I have not had one jam or misfire. The nailer
Latest review: I purchased this stapler after being told it would be good for doing the upholstery job I was attempting. I was told that the local store didn't have the 10mm staples but they could be bought.
Latest review: I bought this stapler to attach under- floor insulation to my house, I didn’t expect it to last a quarter of the time it has, it has fired about 8000 staples so far and it fired 3000 staples alone y
Latest review: In 10 years of being a Carpenter I've owned the senco fusion, milwaukee 16g fixer, dewalt 16g and now I have my hands on the hikoki 15g.
First impression was the weight of the tool was on the
Latest review: Purchased this nailer about 3 years ago and was pretty good. The occasional misfire and undriven nail. Being cordless made up for this inconvenience so would have given it 4/5 stars. Put through
Latest review: This staple gun is for hobbyists only . I am a leatherworker,mainly making belts, bags etc out of leather, obviously, but I was asked to a re-upholster a M/C seat, something I rarely do. I already
Latest review: I purchased to mainly do smaller tasks like nailing furniture together or making small wooden frames etc. I find with larger nails it struggles to push them into harder wood. I have upped my
Latest review: Have to use a lot of force to squeeze the trigger which is dissapointing, also the staples get getting jammed! There is no quick way to open it up to get the jammed staples out. This went in the
Latest review: I was always sceptical of the suitability of nailers for fitting architraves and skirtings, but ended up buying one simply to try it out. Must say, it will change the way you work; simply hold the
Latest review: Not even two years old and the magazine is broken for the second time. After further research I discovered that it was a common fault. Hitachi told me it was due to wear and tear so the 3 year
Latest review: I'm bought this paslode secret(A18200)new From alltools in(Moorabin)thursday,6th/11/2011 AU VIC
has been fix 3 time in 2week.
first time the secret (A18200) not drive throw the hardwood floor
Latest review: Bought only a year or two ago and haven't used it often but i stopped firing and when i emailed Tacwise for advice on repair I was told the spring had probably worn out. Pathetic. Has been described