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Senco 5N0001N Fusion Finish Nailer

by Senco

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  • Patented reflex shot design
  • Robust aluminum drive cylinder
  • Selective drive switch
  • Nose Mounted LED Light
  • Thumbwheel Depth-of-Drive
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Frequently Bought Together

Senco 5N0001N Fusion Finish Nailer + Senco A302000 15-Gauge by 2-Inch Bright Basic Finish Nail + Senco A302500 15-Gauge x 2-1/2 Inch Bright Basic Finish Nail
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 5N0001N
Item Weight6.1 pounds
Product Dimensions21 x 8 x 15 inches
Item model numberFN65DA Fusion
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Voltage18 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description2 Year Limited
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #17,782 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 1, 2007

Product Description

Product Description

Includes Fusion F-15, 18V Cordless 15-Gauge 2-1/2 in. Angled Finish Nailer - 5N0001N, 18V Lithium-Ion Battery, Battery Charger, Case

From the Manufacturer

The SENCO FN65DA, featuring Fusion Technology, has the power and utility of a pneumatic tool combined with the convenience of a cordless tool. Our patented Reflex-Shot design provides an instant shot when the trigger is pulled with no ramp-up time. Perfect for trim crews, remodelers, punch-out, or anyone who does not want to deal with the hassle of a hose and compressor. Save up to $300 a year by not having to buy any fuel cells!

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
18.00 Volts

Customer Reviews

Battery wouldn't charge.
David W. Wynne
Surprise, surprise... Upon charging the battery I realized that either the battery was kaput or the charger is defective or both.
Works well and feels good in my hand not heavy and it looks good too It's a beautiful machine..
Eric E.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A. Rivard on November 27, 2010
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Wow! What a tool. I am building a home, and decided to do a good chunk of the trim carpentry. Knowing about this technology over 2 years ago(as I call on Senco), I was pleased to find out it was available when it was time for me to purchase a finish nailer. I have every pnuematic gun, except for the finish nailer. I was skeptical at first, but after 8 LONG days of hanging 27 doors, casing all the doors & windows, and putting up base, I'm happy to report the gun is amazing. The idea/technology is pretty simple, and am surprised no one was able to make this before 2010... but, I'm sure there is a lot more to it.

Size is good, battery life is good - at first, I wished I had a 2nd battery, but the quick charge feature made me question that. 2 of the 8 days, i ran out of charge(no idea how many nails fired), but a short 15 mins in the charger, and it was enough to finish the day's work. 2 1/2 in nails had no problem hanging doors... it sometimes didn't countersink when firing into some tougher areas of wood, but overall pretty impressive. 2" & 1 1/2" nails had NO PROBLEM countersinking DEEP into everything. Took some time getting used to the nose & it's size/where the nail would actually fire out... but again, just a learning curve(A smaller nose would be nicer, however).

The gun saved me lugging my compressor in & out of the house everyday, as well as dragging it and/or airlines all over the home. Easily saved me 3-5 hours, and probably more.

I initially thought I would use the gun for building my home, and then selling on Craigslist or something. Now, I'm pretty sure I'll keep it forever. In the past, there have been many times when I'd want to use an air nailer, but didn't want to go to the hassle of getting out the compressor & dragging it to the job. Now, I'll always have this thing... think I'm going to use it a lot more than I had originally thought.

Overall, a great tool, at a great price($400).
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Shawn Barnes on June 12, 2012
Purchased this for hanging doors in our production trim business. Shoot about 400 to 1000 nails a week through this. All we do with it is hang doors and install closet shelving occasionally. Only issues I have had so far is the nails sometimes stick in the magazine causing a dry fire. Spraying nail strips with teflon dry lube helps. The other issue is it does not have the power that our Hitachi air powered 15 gauge nailers have. This will not sink nails into maple or oak like the air nailers will. Since we pretty much install paint grade material these days this has not been a problem for us. I would only buy this for applications that do not strain your air nailers. Also.....So far only getting about 300 nails per charge. Not too bad but pretty far short of what I have seen advertised. We may try their 18 gauge but probably will only be for punch out work. We shoot many times more 18 gauge nails into a house than 15. No way these guns are up for it. Kinda bummed out, looks like we will be pulling hoses around for a few more years. UPDATE Nail feed shoe broke off and fell out of magazine. Called Senco. They said must have been my abuse and that I would have to buy the whole magazine. Magazine is about 150 dollars or half the cost of the whole gun kit. We have 4 carpenters working year round and Senco is now at the bottom or our list for nail guns. They are a couple spots under Harbor Freight at this point. We just bought the Ryobi 18 gauge battery powered gun for punch work and it works great!! It has better reviews online than Senco products and that is sad. We ditched the Senco and Bostitch air powered guns years ago and run mostly MAX and some Hitachi now. Complete garbage for anything more than building the occasional bird house.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A. Buscio on November 7, 2010
I just picked this nailer up for trim work to replace my Paslode. I installed 12 interior doors with it and another 15 doors the following day. It worked great. My only complaint is the battery does not last long. I have another battery on order. The tip is on the big side for fine nail placement, but for things like setting doors, crown or installing shelving it would work fine. Another review I read said the case sucks, it does but it wouldn't keep me from buying another one.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Laurie McDougall on March 27, 2011
I think I can rate this nailer at about 85%. It arrived with a broken case, not too big a deal for me - I contacted the dealer and they send a new case right away.

The balance of this nailer is really nice, it feels natural in your hand. It holds lots of nails, I really like that "dry fire lock-out" feature. It sits on the floor nicely, that's a big deal to me, and no hoses! when you are 17' up a ladder trying to hold some crown molding with one hand and a nailer with a hose in the other- well, that belt hook is really nice as well.

It counter sinks nails 1/2 way to China! well not really but the nails go way in, and that's adjustable. The only time that I had an issue was nailing 3/4" MDF baseboards through drywall and into studs. Not all nails, but many, however I rarely have to install baseboard that is so think.

I've had only two failures. One time I just don't know what went wrong, it just wouldn't work, so I took the battery out, put it back in and that fixed it.

The other time it was a nail jamb, and the clearing proceedure took care of that quickly.

The trigger: I do NOT like that three second lock out. What a huge pain! you have to have the nailer almost at 90 deg or it won't fire. The three second lockout? not enough time, if I could dis-able that I would.

I switched the trigger to "bump fire". that works at most angles (I cross nail crown) the issue with that is that it fires at the first hint of contact, so you have to be dead on with your placement.

Would I get it again? yes. I just hope that the next generation of this gun has the three second lock out dis-abled.

I will be getting the 18 gauge, I don't know why it's the same price at the 15 gauge though.


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