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PORTER-CABLE CFBN125A 18-Gauge Brad Nailer Compressor Combo Kit


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Technical Details
Part Number CFBN125A
Item Weight29 pounds
Product Dimensions21.6 x 18.1 x 18.2 inches
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Item model numberCFBN125A
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Power Sourceair-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool; case
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description30 day performance certification/One year limited warranty: Porter-Cable warrants its power tools for a period of one year from the date of original purchase. We will repair or replace, at our option, any part or parts of the product and accessories cove
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004NS0J
Best Sellers Rank #970,409 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight49 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 7, 2000
  
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Product Description

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This Porter-Cable brad nailer and compressor kit is a smart starter set that will have you up and running in just a few minutes. The kit includes an 18-gauge brad nailer; a 2-horsepower, 6-gallon, oil-free pancake compressor; 25 feet of 300 psi air hose; male and female couplers; Teflon tape; oil for the nailer; and 1,000 brad nails. The brad nailer is a compact, no-nonsense unit that might not be as stout as other (more expensive) nailers, but it's reliable and does its job well. It shoots standard brads from 5/8 to 1-1/4 inches long, and includes a sequential fire trigger, a safety that's located behind the driver guide for driving brads in tight spaces, easy-to-use depth adjustment, a directional exhaust port, a removable rubber nose, and a rugged plastic carrying case. The compressor is easy to transport, but still offers plenty of capacity. It produces 135 psi and has a 6-gallon capacity, enough to support heavy use of brad and finish nailers or moderate use of framing nailers. This is an oil-free unit, and its advanced Teflon coating doesn't require maintenance--a big plus on the convenience scale. The compressor's 120-volt universal motor starts easily in cold weather and draws only 10 amps--so you won't have to worry about tripping breakers inside residential homes--and you can use it with an extension cord. It also includes a high-flow regulator and an easy-to-read air pressure gauge. Overall, this combination kit offers two solid pieces of equipment at a very competitive price. It's a great way to get into air-powered tools. --Jonathon Tudor

From the Manufacturer

Porter-Cable created the perfect All-In-One-Kit! The CF2600, Jetstream, 6-gallon pancake compressor is combined with the BN125A, 18 gauge 1-1/4 inch brad nailer kit. The compressor has a 15 amp, 120 vac 2-hp motor, with an oil-free design for less maintenance, and the ability to run on standard household current. The compressor produces 3.7 scfm at 40 psi and 2.7 scfm at 90 psi. The brad nailer has a quick-release nose piece, a hardened driver blade, depth drive adjustment, a durable rear-load magazine and a muffled exhaust port. Includes compressor, brad nailer, carrying case, pack of 1,000 brad nails, 1/4-inch male quick coupler plug with dust cap, oil, allen wrenches, 3/8-inch by 25-foot hose, fittings, Teflon tape, and operator's manual.

FEATURES

  • Uses standard 18 Ga. Brad nails from 5/8" to 1-1/4"
  • 3.7 SCFM @ 40 psi - 2.6 SCFM @ 90 psi
  • Tool-free quick-release nose piece
  • Hardened driver blade
  • Tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment
  • Durable, side-load magazine
  • Muffled, adjustable exhaust port
  • 15 Amp, 120 VAC, 2 Peak HP motor
  • Oil-free design for less maintenance
  • Ability to run on standard household current
  • Standard Equipment: Nailer #BN125A, compressor, 25' air hose (300 PSI) with ferrules on both ends #60225, 1/4" male #60401 and female #60405 quick couplers, Teflon® pie joint tape, 1000 brad nails, oil, wrenches, carrying case, and operating manual

WARRANTY
One-year warranty with 30-day performance certification.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is very easy to hold and comfortable too.
Rod on a Mission
The only fly in the ointment is that the compressor is very noisy.
"45mouton"
There were no mares or gouges on the wood from impact.
STC1000

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Gary M. Diana on October 24, 2000
I bought this unit about a month ago, and I thought it was a bargain...!The main reason I bought it was to install wainscot (1/4" pine, tongue-in-groove boards) in a room which was 9'x25'. This tool really made the work go pretty fast. To put up the wainscot, it's preferable to nail it through the tongue; what can happen is that the nail (or your hammer!) splits the tongue and therefore makes the installation go slow. To avoid splitting, the wainscot mfgr. recommends predrilling the nail holes! Talk about slow installation! The porter cable nailer allowed me to put the nails in without much splitting of tongues, and it also put the nail in without requiring a nail set to get the nail even or below the surface of the wood.
The compressor plugs into a regular 110v AC outlet, and only runs when it needs to refill its air tank. I found that I could shoot 20-25 1" brads before the compressor would kick on and run for about 1 minute. The compressor is not quiet, but it isn't that loud either. The unit is easily carried from place to place (approx. 40 lbs) and doesn't take much space at the job site.
I've always wanted one of these, and I can see using it for a variety of around the home build-it jobs. One more thing, I bought nails for the nailer at Loew's, and they were <$10 for a box of 5,000.
It took about 1 week from the time I ordered it, til I received the box. Everything arrived in great condition; I've had good service from this and other items I have ordered from Amazon.
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73 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Lynn Sabin on May 15, 2000
This is my first compressor and first nail gun, thus I was a bit apprehensive about assembly and first use. However, I found Porter-Cable's written instructions remarkably clear and the lightweight pancake-style compressor easy to handle. I did quite a bit of comparison shopping, deciding on the Porter-Cable brad nailer after reading recent magazine reviews. As a woman, I found the compressor's weight a particularly desirable feature. The nailer has good heft and balance. I've now completed several jobs around the house, including base molding and light furniture construction. This machinery has performed beyond my expectations.
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By S. Bauer on July 31, 2000
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Being a novice fixer-upper/wood worker, I wanted to move into a little more advanced stuff. After watching The New Yankee Workshop, over and over again, I knew I wanted, at least, a air powered brad nailer. After getting this one, it has turned out to be an indispensable tool! No more waiting for glue to dry, just brad nail it together! With so may other options and attachments, everyone could use an air compressor at the home. Air tool options... painting, driving nails, driving staples, powered drills, powered chisels, filling up car tires, blowing up air toys, the list goes on...
This little guy is a great introduction of what air tools can provide! It's small and weighs very little. Very easy to understand instructions with little to read (good and to the point). Almost no prepwork. You only need to let it run for 15 minutes before use. The included brad nailer is also well constructed. Smooth operation with no kickback. So far I've used the brad nailer to build some small furniture, attach molding, to blow off saw dust (with optional attachments), and to fill up the tires on my car (no more driving to the gas station!)
I highly recommend this product to be a top choice in your workshop (get a good table saw first!). It's dependable and so is Porter Cable! The only thing I don't like is the noise level. It's a little noisy, but I'll live with that!
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Clifford Forster on August 17, 2000
This all in one Brad Nailing Package from Porter Cable makes life easy. Everything you need to get started, from the 6 gal. 2 HP Compressor to a nice little 18 Gauge nailer, all the way down the the hose and couple this set is fantastic. I have been selling tools for over eight years and I have never seen anyone offer a package like this for this low price anywhere. Heck I could not put one together for this deal if I sold it at my cost! ... Let me also say my customers have never been let down by this package. Porter Cable makes a fantastic Air Brad Nail Gun. This 18 Guage model is a mid size gun that is light and easy to use for both vertical and horizontal aplications. Its the type of gun you can easily use even if your a beginer. It nail magazine is easy to load, and the safty on the front end to keep you from fireing before your flush to the work is fantastic. If you are in the market for a nice mid sized air nailer and do not have a small portable compresor you need to check this kit out!
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Rod on a Mission on April 26, 2001
Just received my combo pack two days ago and am very impressed so far with everything in this set. The brad gun is of high quality and is not cumbersome like some others. It is very easy to hold and comfortable too. I was a little concerned when I read some of the other reviews that the compressor was very loud but after hearing it myself that concern is gone. It is not all that loud and if it does bother you, then just buy an extension to your hose and you can set the compressor in another room. A twenty-five foot hose comes with it but I'll probably buy another section of hose so I don't have to carry the compressor with me. I'm currently building Norm's router table and so far I am very impressed with the amount of brads that can be shot before the compressor has to refill the tank. Even when it was refilling I could still continue to shoot without any change in the depth that the brads were being shot. I also bought with my combo the 5000 count B&C Eagle brads and then read one of the reviews later about someone else who had bought them for his Porter Cable brad gun and how they jammed up his gun and he had to go out and buy Porter Cable brads to solve this problem. I used them in my gun when it arrived and encountered none of these problems. The brads worked flawlessly and I have no complaints. The instruction manual for this brad gun states that the gun comes with safety glasses and there is a space in the brad case for them but there were no safety glasses with my gun. That is not a big concern of mine as I have plenty of safety glasses from my previous job. Anyone who is interested in having their own air compressor for filling up tires, blowing the grass off their lawn mower, pumping air into a water logged pressure tank, home repair and remodeling and furniture building will love this compact but powerful air compressor combo!
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