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Senco 1R0004N DS200-AC Duraspin 3,300 RPM Collated Screwdriver

by Senco
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  • Corded power for the demanding need of professional remodelers and contractors
  • Drives 1-inch to 2-inch screws ,even-inch hard woods
  • Each kit comes complete with tool, two spare drive bits, drywall and wood nose -pieces and rugged carrying case
  • Trigger lock with reverse for continuous work
  • Built-inch belt hook ,comfort grip, adjustable depth of drive for flush drive or countersink
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Technical Details
Part Number 1R0004R
Item Weight9.8 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 4 x 17.8 inches
OriginMade in USA
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Item model number1R0004N
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Size1
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionOne year warranty
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB0000DYVND
Best Sellers Rank #96,719 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.8 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableSeptember 26, 2003
  
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Product Description

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The efficient and versatile Senco 1R0004N DS200-AC Duraspin 3,300 RPM Collated Screwdriver is ideal for professional remodelers, contractors, and weekend hobbyists. Its corded power drives one- to two-inch screws, even in the hardest of woods, and a collated screw system eliminates the need for handling loose screws, which immediately increases productivity. For added convenience, each kit comes complete with two spare drive bits, drywall and wood nose pieces, and a rugged carrying case.




The Senco DS200-AC Duraspin Collated Screwdriver:
  • Packs a powerful 3300 RPM motor.
  • Has a capacity of 50 screws per strip.
  • Features a compact and lightweight design for comfort.
  • Includes a carrying case.




The ergonomic design minimizes fatigue. View larger.


A capacity of 50 screws per strip lets you get more done quickly. View larger.
Higher Speed and Torque to Tackle Tough Jobs
Corded, integrated, and easy to handle and hold, the DS200-AC includes all the helpful features of the DS200-14v, with the addition of higher speed and torque, and a trigger lock to enable continuous operation in high-speed applications. A powerful 3,300 RPM motor easily tackles projects like installing cement board or building a deck while allowing for one-handed screw fastening with either the right or left hand.

Consistent, High-Quality Results
Super-tough drive bits--currently the longest lasting available--offer consistency and high-quality results, while an adjustable depth-of-screw drive provides a flush drive or countersink. For added precision, easy-to-read markings on the adjustable nosepiece keep your project on-track. And with a capacity of 50 screws per strip, the DS200-AC lets you get more done in less time.

Comfortable, User-Friendly Design
Incredibly user-friendly, the DS200-AC is designed with long-term user comfort in mind, whether you're putting up a fence or installing underlayment or floor sheathing. A supportive grip minimizes wrist and arm fatigue by reducing the exertion needed to complete each drive, and a reverse switch backs out driven screws. There's also a built-in belt hook for portability and convenience. Measuring a compact 14.5 x 8 inches (WxH) and weighing 4.9 pounds, this lightweight tool comes with a carrying case for space-saving storage.

The DS200-AC is backed by a one-year warranty.

About Senco
For over 50 years, Senco Products, Inc. has provided high-quality products to make it easier for both professionals and remodelers to complete a wide variety of renovation, construction, and industry work. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, with distributors worldwide, Senco is one of the leading manufacturers of pneumatic and powered fastening systems, as well as the fasteners they drive. Their tools boast superior workmanship and are used in a variety of industries, including home construction and remodeling, cabinet and furniture assembly, manufactured housing and industrial packaging.

What's in the Box
1R0004N DS200-AC Duraspin 3,300 RPM Collated Screwdriver, two spare drive bits, drywall and wood nose pieces, and a rugged carrying case.



The powerful 3300 RPM motor gives you plenty of speed and torque.

Product Description

Includes DS200-AC Duraspin Collated Screwdriver - 1R0004R, (2) Spare Drive Bits, Drywall Nose Piece, Wood Nose Piece, Carrying Case

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Customer Reviews

This guy has already saved me a good deal of time and I've yet to find any reason to complain.
Indeed
Hung a new ceiling with this tool and a jack by myself - much easier to have the screw gun loaded and ready to go when your other hand is holding the drywall up.
C. Stevens
This corded model had more power and did the job fantastically for a weekend warrior like myself.
KWP

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By J. Adkerson on February 25, 2008
I have owned this tool for over a year now and have driven at least 1000 screws with it with ZERO problems. I am an avid DIY'er and am remodeling our house and when it comes time to hang drywall, this tool is an asset! The depth control works very well and just sinks the screws below the surface of the drywall and the head of the plunger leaves just the right dimple to fill with compound. I have used this tool while remodeling 3 rooms of our home and for installing sheets of drywall in a garage addition and all I can say is I LOVE THIS TOOL! If you are going to be installing drywall and are considering this product to speed things up, GO FOR IT! you won't be dissapointed! I have not tried this product for screws longer than 1-1/4 but if I need to build a quick frame for something, I doubt i'll be dissapointed.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Average Joe on July 21, 2009
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When I first purchased this gun, the reviews were positive. Seems, lately, these guns are becoming more inferior. How fortunate for those that were able to receive one that works properly. Initially, my gun worked great, sinking screws at the speed of light making for a quick drywall job. After about 6 sheets, the screws would become stuck in the plastic strip and would have to be removed manually. This problem continued to worsen until no screws would eject through the strip. The screw strips were the recommended Senco strips. Amazon's retailer (Noble) agreed to immediately replace the gun with a new one. The second gun produced similar results. This time after about 8 sheets, the slide would not retract at all while the motor was activated which would not allow the screw to be inserted even a short distance into the drywall. It appeared that the slide was in need of lubrication, yet, the manual specifically states not to lubricate it. Oddly, the slide would retract easily as long as the trigger was not engaged. Noble has agreed to accept the second faulty gun and will issue a full refund. Currently, they are no longer stocking this item.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By John L. Wright on March 25, 2011
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I was looking forward to putting in ~ 2000 cement board screws and another 2000 screws to hold down underlayment. I decided to purchase this Senco gun.

The good: (and it's mostly all good): Man does this gun lay the screws in fast. I pay a guy $25 / hour to help me and the money I spent on the gun and collated screws paid for itself in both time and aggravation. Zip - pop - bam, the screw is in and waiting for you to tell it where the next one goes. It made what would have been a miserable job fun. My gun came with a Philips bit and two square head bits. It is easily adjustable for depth and even has an adjustment so you can countersink the screws a bit. Very cool.

The bad: The only niggle I would have with this gun is the logistics. I tore the grooves off the end of the Philips bit that came with it in short order and then went on a merry tour to many local home improvement stores and then even a Senco dealer. None of them had bits ( or collated screws) to fit. I ended up placing an order back with Amazon to get the bit. I found that Milwaukee brand collated screws fit just as well. I ordered all these, round 2, from Amazon.

Bottom line: When you use this gun, be sure to plan in advance and get the screws and extra bits you might need from Amazon. Be sure to use the square headed screws and bits, the Philips bits don't last long.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By C. Stevens on October 1, 2007
What a wonderful tool! Hung a new ceiling with this tool and a jack by myself - much easier to have the screw gun loaded and ready to go when your other hand is holding the drywall up.
Also speeds up the hanging process ten-fold. You can easily hang a 4X8 sheet in under a minute - I'd never come close to that with my old drywall screw gun.
I was looking at a new makita gun for $79, and for the extra $20 it was well worth having the autofeed.
I would recommend this tool to anyone doing decking, drywall, strapping, etc. work.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By mbhnm on October 16, 2009
I have had this Senco gun for about two weeks now and have driven over 2000 screws with it. I have a set of Senco nailers that I have had for nearly two years that have proved to be practically bullet proof, so I expected the Duraspin to be a quality product. So far it has not disappointed; we have run over 2000 screws and have yet to replace even the bit. Here are some observations.

First, if you are only doing a sheet or two and have plenty of help, the Duraspin is overkill. If, however, you plan to do more than that -- or you are hanging rock by yourself, this gun is well worth the price. Anyone who has tried to hold sheetrock in place, fumble for a screw, get it on the gun and then get it in the wall will appreciate the Duraspin instantly. My assistants and I figured that it took our best man an average of about 15 minutes to set screws (about 50) with a manual screw gun in an 4x12 sheet. With the Duraspin the process takes less than 2 minutes.

Second, it takes a little time and practice to get the gun set up properly. We set 1 5/8" screws through 1/2" sheetrock, plaster and lath. Once set properly, we can set about 95% of screws to the proper depth on the first try. Of the remaining 5%, about half did not set due to operator error -- pressing too hard, not holding the gun straight, etc. For the 5% that you miss, you will need a manual screw gun or a drill to finish setting the screws. Still well worth the time.

Third, we found it necessary to lube the screw advance mechanism about twice a day. Dust and plastic residue seems to build up and can cause the slider that advances the screws to stick. When ours starts to stick we spray it with WD-40 and wipe of the residue, and it is good for about another half a day.
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