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Arrow T50 Heavy Duty Staple Gun
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One note: if you are going to use this to tack telephone cable or electrical wire I would highly recommend buying the T-25 instead (it wasn't on Amazon at the time of this review, but I suspect it will be here soon.) That model has curved staples and a guide to feed the wire, resulting in a much lower chance of puncturing through the insulation. It is very good for hiding all the assorted self-installed 'networks' and 'audio systems' in your house.
Though I see other ergodynamic versions are available, I truly don't believe that there's much to improve on -- this tool is pretty much perfect.
What's OK: This stapler is OK for extremely light use. How light? Think of the easiest thing you could ask a staple gun to do. That's what this thing can do, no more. For example, I had a very cheap wooden folding screen (made in China of soft pine) that had gotten scratched up by the cat, and I was able to attach nice looking upholstery to it with the Arrow stapler. In that application, with the soft pine wooden frame flat on a table in front of me and the stapler pointing straight down through one or two layers of thin material, I got only occasional jams. The 1/4" staples generally did penetrate the wood enough. I was also able to re-affix some torn couch upholstery in a very similar manner - more or less pointing straight down, into soft pine, through one or two layers of cloth. That was the one application that this thing worked for. It still jammed sometimes, but not too bad. That earns it one star.
The other star is because this stapler soldiers on. You can pry staples out of it (and you will be prying, believe me) and though time consuming and annoying, it won't break the gun. I've pried probably hundreds of staples out of this thing and it doesn't seem to be getting any worse than it was when it was new. So at least its reliably sucky.
BAD SIDE: The above example is honestly the only thing I've figured out that this stapler can do.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I dont know what staple gun the people leaving 5 star reviews are using but surely its not this one. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Evan Pazur
I have another staple gun which lets me adjust the power with a nob on the top, kinda like how a vice grip pliers work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Remrie Arrie
My stapler jammed relentlessly even when using its own brand staples. I had to get rid of it. Reviewers seem to agree with me that Bostich is by far the superior brand.Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
Had one for years. Flawless. Easy to use unless you are a 98# weakling. If so, instead of this stapler, I would suggest Charles Atlas' Body Building guide. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JB