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NuMax SBR50 18 Gauge 2-Inch Brad Nailer

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  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Adjustable Exhaust
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  • High Quality Internal Parts
  • Hardened Driver Blade
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Product Description

Product Description

SBR50 Features: -Brad nailer. -360° Adjustable exhaust. -Anti-dust cap. -Ergonomically designed comfort grip. Type of Nailer: -Brad Nailers. Type of Fastener: -Brads. Generic Dimensions: -10.5'' H x 9.5'' W x 2.5'' D. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -10.5 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -9.5 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -2.75 Pounds.

From the Manufacturer

Features: 360 Degree Adjustable Exhaust, Aluminum Cylinder, Air Filter / Dust Cap, Reversible Belt Hook, One Piece Drive Blade, with Oil and Wrenches Included. The NuMax straight 2-Inch Brad nailer has a lightweight aluminum design and a tool-free adjustable exhaust that conveniently directs exhaust away from your face. The 18g 2-Inch brad nailer is great for interior and exterior finish and trim, furniture, cabinet work, crafts, and hobbies. This tool is manufactured under the strict guidelines for quality control. NuMax Pneumatic line of nailers was developed with the professional in mind. NuMax guns are sold, distributed, serviced, and warranted by a US company, Prime Global Products, Inc. PGP is proud to offer our nailers to the professional and Do-it Yourselfers alike. NuMax nail guns are backed by our 1 Year Limited Warranty. If your NuMax tool ever needs service please read our warranty policy for complete details. Please contact us with any question regarding your NuMax Nailer at: www.NuMaxtools.com or by calling 888-669-5672.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number SBR50
Item Weight3.3 pounds
Product Dimensions2.5 x 9.5 x 10.5 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberSBR50
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
Warranty Description1 Year on gun body, 30 days on wearable parts. See Warranty card for complete details at www.numaxtools.com
  
Additional Information
ASINB0032JTDPY
Best Sellers Rank #20,626 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 18, 2010
  
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Customer Reviews

The nailer worked flawlessly.
Kanchis
This is a light weight easy to use nail gun.
ms.. lady
I've had a great experience with this tool.
Jesse

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Fritz Lane on May 31, 2011
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Postives:

- Light, easy to handle
- Very few jams
- Easy trigger pull
- Accepts longer brads (up to 2", although I haven't used any over 1-3/4")

Negatives:

- No adjustment mechanism for the depth to which the brads are driven, which is a feature that is quite handy. Even the comparable Central Pneumatic brand (Harbor Freight) brad nailers have this feature.
- No rubber foot on the contact point--the tool WILL leave a dent after the brad is driven. With the proper technique (it takes some practice), the mark can be minimized.
- Male air coupling provided with the tool did not engage correctly with the female fitting on the air hose. The result was a slow leak that caused the air compressor to cycle frequently, even when the tool was not being used (quite annoying with an oil-free compressor in a small room). Use matching coupling components (i.e., same brand) to eliminate the problem.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By G. mica on April 4, 2011
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THis product is lightweight, well balanced, and has a soft rubber grip. There are a lot of finishing nail guns in the $20-50 range, after a lot of searching around I opted for this one. I have owned a few other brands some costing more and some less..generally after thousands of nails some problems would arise.. this is normal wear and tear and its easier to purchase a new and reliable gun over rebuilding the many seals and pistons in the gun.
My first option was to purchase a rebuilt Bostitch or similar high dollar gun - I decided against that seeing how many of the guns took beatings under the abuse of contractors.
Next I ruled out Chicago because the body seemed flimsy and prone to leaks at the main valve seal.Previously owning a Central Pneumatic unit (which comes with a case for the same price) the only reason I didnt buy another is the saftey is bulky and prone to getting bent out of shape. The gun then doesnt fire as easily, and you have to make sure the tip is pressed AND the safety is satisfied.
This gun has good reviews all around, solid construction, and it shoots Brad nails upto 2" (all the way down to 1/2"). No case included and I would replace the air inlet adapter with quality one. Oil frequently.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ken Christopherson on February 20, 2011
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Needed a "cheap" nailer to install baseboard in 1400 sq ft house. Figured it would be a throw away after this job. What a surprise to find after 1000 nails, and no jambs, it is as good as new. Great buy.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By bluesky_ca on April 6, 2013
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I have never used a nailer before, and I don't know what the difference is between this one and the ones that cost $200-300, but this one worked great for me. My dad had a compressor. I had to go to the hardware store with it to get a quick connect and a quick coupler that matched. I didn't even know what those were and so when I went to the hardware store I took the manual with me. The guy picked up a couple of things and said,"Here's what you need." I bought them, went out to the car, opened them and tried to put them on but they didn't fit. I took them back inside, and he realized he had sold me the wrong items, so he used a wrench to get the thing off that came with the nailer (it was on with pipe thread - that white tape that makes it really screw in tightly), and put in a new one that matched the quick coupler, that fit on the hose of the air compressor. Really, it wasn't that big a deal, but I was glad I took in the nailer, the manual, and the hose with me to make sure I had the right things.

I was nervous to use it the first time - I had heard that you have to let it recoil and not hold it down. But a couple of times I think I pulled back as soon as it fired, which resulted in the nail not going all the way in. I found that when I was relaxed and didn't try to overthink my technique, that it went in perfectly. I will say that the manual was not as detailed as I (a novice) would have liked. Some parts were confusing. Like the diagram showed an oiler and filter on the hose of the air compressor. We didn't have that. So I asked my neighbor, and he told me to just put a couple of drops of oil in the hole where the hose connects, and the compressed air will spread the oil into the nailer as needed.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By destiny4 on October 6, 2012
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Im a Woman and do all the handyman stuff around my house, I just love this nail gun, the only thing I would suggest is buy bostitch nails, I have never had the gun jam until I bought some off brand so stick with this brand and the gun works perfect.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JJP on August 31, 2011
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Was a little apprehensive about buying this nailer at the very low price but put some 2" brads in it & it works like a champ! Bought Senco brads & fired them through the gun with no issues.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sean Recame on July 3, 2011
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I got this to make DIY projects around the house a little easier and faster. Had rented a nailer to do crown molding in one room, them purchased this one. Have since put crown up in nearly every room. Couldn't be happier.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kanchis on July 16, 2013
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Looked at various other models before finally coming across Numax. All the other name brands cost at least 3 times the cost of this. I figured i'll give it a shot and see how it goes. After all if it doesn't work I can always return it with Amazon! I'm a novice when it comes to nailers. This was my first ever nailer, so the learning curve was a little steep (dont laugh!). After reading the manual I bought the correct brad nails from the local store and after a little struggle figured out how to put them in. Now for anyone who has used a nailer before this is second nature I'm sure. Now that I know where and how the nails go in its a breeze to load it. I had to install some base boards so I was using 2" nails on Pine wood. The nailer worked flawlessly. I dont know why other manufactures ask for such a high price when you can build it for a lot cheaper.

Pro's: Excellent excellent price. Well built. Easy to use. Did not jam yet. I have driven around 50-100 nails now. The red line in the cartridge shows you when it needs more nails. I used 90 PSI and it had no problems driving the 2" nails through my Pine wood baseboard flush. No tears on the face of the BB either.

Cons: I dont think it has a safety lock. Doesnt have an adjustable depth control but they say it can be adjusted with the air pressure. Never tried it so cant comment on it. For my application 90 PSI worked great.

I dont know why anyone else would go spend 200+ to buy a nailer that does the exact same thing. I'm sold on this product so i purchased another nailer to do some crown molding work. You just cant beat the price. I dont know if it withstands the work load of a professional contractor but for any DIY guy this is more than you need.
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