|Item Weight||6.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.8 x 13.1 x 3.8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||D51238K|
|Color||DEWALTÂ® Yellow and Black|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||One year warranty, one year service agreement and 30 day no-risk trial|
DEWALT D51238K 5/8-Inch to 2-Inch 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
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- Tool-free depth adjustment assists in locating the perfect depth setting for precise nail penetration
- Side low-nail indicator window allows user to quickly and easily see when it is time to re-load
- Overmolded no-mar pad increases visibility and reduces marring on material
- Tool-free jam clear eliminates down-time from bent fasteners caught in the nosepiece
- Tool-free 360 degree exhaust channels air and dust away from user; Trigger lock-off allows trigger to be disabled when not in use
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Some nice features are:
1. As the nails run low, an indicator appears to show that you have 6 nails left. Then it moves to show a countdown to show when you are empty. It's nice not to have to open the magazine to see how many nails you have. And of course the indicator that appears is yellow.
2. You can direct the exhaust airflow anywhere you want.
3. If the nail jams, which has only happend when I hit something below, the head easily opens so you can extract the bent nail.
I also have the 15 ga. nailer and would highly recommend both of these. I've also recommended this nailer to 2 friends and they have also had excellent results. Way to go DeWALT!!
Update: add another year of use, still working strong. No problems at all.
Now after about six months I'm beginning to think I made a mistake buying the DeWalt. A recent problem has occurred that's quite troubling: The gun stopped firing and recycling properly. I thought maybe at first it was due to a blown O-ring or something like that. The only way I could get the cylendar to return was to uncouple the air hose. Then, I could shoot one nail before having to uncouple the hose again. Needless to say this was a pain in the rear.Read more ›
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