|Part Number||FINISHPRO 11|
|Item Weight||2.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 2.4 x 9.6 inches|
|Item model number||FINISHPRO 11|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year|
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Measuring 9 x 9.6 inches (WxH), and weighing just 2.9 pounds, the FinishPro fits easily in your hand for better control and precision. It operates at a pressure of 70 to 90 PSI and features a 360-degree adjustable rear exhaust to direct oil and dust away from your work surface. Additionally, both a hardened alloy steel driver and metal magazine provide exceptional durability.
The FinishPro offers easy-to-use operation and an assortment of helpful features that enhance comfort and improve efficiency. Its lightweight aluminum housing combines with a stretch comfort grip to reduce vibration and wrist fatigue, allowing you to work longer. A trigger lock prevents misfiring, a dual trigger ensures safety and better control, and both a no-mar pad and a composite bumper guard against scratches and other wear and tear on the work surface.
Additionally, a low-load indicator helps stop dry fires that improves the life of the tool. An easy-open latch makes loading faster than ever before, and a switchable belt hook accommodates both right- and left-handed users.
For Contractors and DIYers
Ideal for both contractors and home improvement enthusiasts, the FinishPro can tackle renovation projects involving cabinetry, decorative trim, or furniture just as easily as it handles carving or picture frame craft projects. Versatile and built to last, this handy tool takes up little space in your shop or garage. It is backed by a one-year warranty.
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
FinishPro 11 23-Gauge Micro Pinner, fittings, repair tools, oil, and case.
Top Customer Reviews
Bottom line: This tool has design flaws.
Is it luck of the draw, or is Senco getting components that have varying qualities of metal in it's driver pistons and guides that contain the driver blade? I have an installer friend that introduced me to this gun. I even borrowed it to do a project in my own kitchen... Worked great. I bought my own. Months later I asked if he had similar problems I was experiencing. He was not, and his gun is getting more work than mine. Luck of the draw, or does HIS gun have better quality metal in those two components? Who can say... Senco???
Used Senco over 35 years. Switched to GREX pin gun- fantastic. Sent Senco to the dump.
Glad to have found it.
A wonderful, precision tool.
We laughed about not having to fill holes anymore.
Pinned easily thru Cherry crown moulding.
After using the Senco brad nailer for 20+ years you really have to be aware that their is no safety at pin exit point.
Caution note; When your finger is on the trigger, this tool is a LIVE weapon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have had this pinner for about 6 months and have used it on a variety of jobs. This pinner will pierce oak quarter-round and into oak flooring without problems and no raised... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Radio Guy
I do wood floors and install baseboards and quarter round. This tool has a very limited value for what I do. Read morePublished on November 3, 2013 by Dean E. Moxley
Love this nailer for my craft projects....Can't beat its light weight and easy to use. Would definitely get another. Read morePublished on February 18, 2012 by Lynne Mowery