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WEN 61720 3/4-Inch to 2-Inch 18-Gauge Brad Nailer

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  • Fire brads from 3/4 to 2 inches in length
  • Operate at 60 to 100 PSI with a 1/4-inch NPT air inlet fitting
  • Lightweight aluminum body weighs in at 3 pounds with rubber-grip handle for maximum comfort
  • Hold up to 100 brads in the magazine with a quick-release to make jam clearing a breeze
  • Includes oil, two adjustment wrenches and a custom carrying case
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Product Description

Size: 2 inch

Product Description

Remember when your brad nailer was reliable? The WEN 18-Gauge Brad Nailer effortlessly shoots brads anywhere from 3/4 to 2 inches in size. With a lightweight 3-pound aluminum body and a comfortable rubber-grip handle, this tool is the perfect companion for any job site. Just plug in your favorite air compressor and start nailing. The WEN Brad Nailer operates at anywhere from 60 to 100 PSI with a 1/4 inch NPT air inlet fitting. The spacious magazine carries up to 100 brads while the quick-release design makes jam clearing a breeze. The kit includes oil, adjustment wrenches and a custom carrying case for convenient storage between jobs. And it wouldn’t be a WEN product if it weren’t backed by a one year warranty, a friendly customer help line and a nationwide network of skilled service technicians. The WEN 18-Gauge Brad Nailer: remember when you could get through a job without your nailer constantly jamming up? Remember WEN.

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The 18-gauge brad nailer from WEN fires 18-gauge brads 3/4 to 2 inches in length. It features an adjustable exhaust deflector, a rubber-wrapped handle, a quick-release for jam-clearing, an aluminum body, and a magazine window that shows the remaining brad count. The magazine holds 100 brads, and the tool operates at 60-100 psi with a 1/4-inch NPT air inlet fitting. This kit includes oil, adjusting wrenches, and a custom carrying case.

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Size:2 inch

Technical Details

Part Number 61720
Item Weight 5.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 3 x 13 x 11 inches
Origin China
Item model number 61720
Size 2 inch
Power Source air-powered
Item Package Quantity 1
Included Components case
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description 1 Year Parts and Labor

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ASIN B000EJW1ZY
Customer Reviews
4.7 out of 5 stars 588 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #815 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#1 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Nailers & Staplers > Nailers > Brad Nailers
#99 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 5.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Date First Available February 10, 2006

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Size: 2 inch Verified Purchase
I had read the reviews so i went ahead and purchased this for about 35.00 shipped. I got it in the mail and opened it up.The case seemed very cheap. Now i pull out the nailer, It seems like WEN didnt pay much attention to the details. Some of the paint looked touched up, the trigger was just a piece of metal and some of the other pieces of the gun looked of questionable quality.This doesnt look even close to the beautiful, yellow, quality DeWalt that my buddy loans me.So nervously i hook it up and put in a stack of 1 3/4" nails, they loaded nicely. I test the gun on a 2x4.I tap a couple in and the nails go so deep i thought it misfired. So i turn the little depth wheel under the tip,(which feels kind of cheap but actually works better than the dewalt) and tap a couple more till perfect. I start laying some base board and the gun has a very smooth and solid yet lighweight feel to it. Not one misfire. Also the gun doesnt jump around. and the tip looks like it would destroy the board but actually did very well. I finished the kitchen and hallway and am very impressed with the gun. I have used a DeWalt to baseboard and trim two entire houses, and comparing the two I actually think the WEN performs better. I have only shot a couple of hundred nails out of the WEN so I will have to see how it holds up. but for 35.00 I could buy a few of these at the cost of the others. It's even starting to look prettier than the DeWalt.
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Size: 2 inch
This is a Pneumatic tool meaning you need at least a very tiny air compressor to run this. The tiniest 120 volt portable air compressors will run these, most of the very cheap small air compressors are less than $100. If you don't own an air compressor, I will tell you it's a safe investment. They last for 20 years or more, I bought one 14 years ago, and have never changed the oil or done anything. If you want it to last forever, get an "oil" air compressor not an "oil free." They cost about more, but they last forever. As for the size, just go with the largest one you can afford, and make sure it's portable, and something that you can haul in your vehicle if you need to take it somewhere for a project.

About the 18 gauge brad nailers:

I purchased a Harbor Freight 18 gauge brad nailer. I was very happy with the performance, but I noticed that the rear latch was made of soft plastic. If you dropped it once it would shatter the rear latching mechanism into bits. I returned it and got my $32 back (after tax). I went to all the major websites, Home Depot, Sears, Lowes, but Amazon had lower prices on all the different models of air nailers. I have been a mechanic and carpenter for 16 years. I built my own air compressor when I was a kid, so I have a very good understanding of air tools, and tools in general. I have not tried the WEN yet, as I just ordered it. But here are some selling points.

1.) The Dewalt has a lot of bad reviews about it jamming
2.) The Harbor Freight nailer spits a lot of oil out and can be messy, and had no power adjustment. It is also made of soft cheap plastic.
3.) The NuMax looks good, and will work fine, although it has no power adjustment, and no quick release to take the front apart to clear out jams.
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Size: 2 inch Verified Purchase
This nail gun is a good value, and seems well made. It works well when you use the right kind of nails, which, as the descriptions says, is 18 gauge, from 3/4 to 2 inches.

Unfortunately, the standards for nails are such that not all 2 inch nails will work with this gun, because believe it or not, 2 inch nails come in two different lengths. I have never found actual 2 inch nails: they are either a bit longer (51mm), like Porter Cable and many other brands, or a bit shorter (50mm), such as Bostich. Only the 50 mm nailes (such as Bostich) fit; 51 mm (like Porter Cable) does not; I have tried both brands.

This is unfortunate, because the 51mm type is more readily available, for example at Home Depot. I had to do a lot of looking around to find 2 inch nails that would work with this gun, but I did eventually find a store (a lumber yard) that carried the Bostich brand. It is obvious when the nail won't work: you simply cannot load it.

I bought this gun to be able to shoot 2 inch nails. It would have been a very simple engineering change to support both 50 and 51 mm nails. Therefore I am taking a star off for not supporting the commonly available 51mm size. I wish also that it would accept 5/8" nails. It actually might, but I'm not going to buy a package to find out that they don't work, or worse, that they jam the machine.

If you are considering this gun and want to use 2 inch nails, be sure a local store carries them before you buy it.
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Size: 2 inch
This brad nailer works very well. The tip can mark your surface, so be careful. No problems with jamming. Feels and performs like an expensive nailer. Would recommend to anyone who needs a brad nailer.
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Size: 2 inch Verified Purchase
I used this to put up crown molding on kitchen cabinets. It worked ok but there was several times I had to used hammer and awl to pound nails flush. I had the nailer turned all the way up and pressure was normal. I kept thinking I did something wrong but it was turned all the way up. It worked ok but I am a little disappointed because for future use I feel limited on what I can use it for. I have a power stapler that works fine with same compressor and goes through same thickness of wood with depth dial only halfway. I didnt want to do staples for molding.

In hindsight I would have bought a brad nailer BEFORE I bought the stapler and then bought a better one than this WEN nailer so I could have used it for both projects and many future projects.

IF you need a nailer for a small project with thin wood like crown molding and do not know if you will use it later or very often then this WEN is probably worth while as it works "so so" and is inexpensive. If you anticipate many more uses or have a large project like flooring or entire house trim work I would suggest a higher quality brand nailer.

Just FYI, I searched and found no restrictions in airflow, no restrictions on adjustment dial, and I did use oil that came with nailer as instructed.
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