Arrow ETF50BN Electric Staple Gun
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- 120 volt
- Heavy duty solid-state electronic circuitry
- Exclusive on/off safety trigger lock
- One-piece solid steel base construction
- Contoured Handle grip for comfort
- Jam-proof mechanism
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- It has a fairly long cord
- It has directions
- It is easier to load
- It has an on/off switch
- It is safer - trigger cannot be pulled unless gun is pressed into the material being stapled, like a pneumatic nail gun. Arrow can press trigger and point it at someone, very unsafe, it will fire. Such a simple feature, shame on Arrow for producing such a piece of crap.
I have several staplers including a staple hammer but I figured this would be easier and more accurate. I will admit it does staple. However I have a number of complaints.
First, I could not open the staple load slot. Sounds simple but I did what I normally do but could not get it open. Simple, I will look for the directions. NONE. Not even a little slip of paper identifying how to reload, etc. I finally figured out by forcing it that a burr was preventing it from opening.
I shot about 10 staples and it jammed. I managed to clear it and it does not jam very often.
It has a really short cord (about 6") and that is very annoying because you always have the male and female and of the plug at your wrist and it gets in the way big time.
It does not hold very many staples.
It is supposed to hold brads, but I do not have a clue which ones or how to load them, since there are no directions.
Overall very disappoining, as I said it does staple but it could be a whole lot better.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Didn't get through a single staple load before it jammed. After clearing it and it jamming several times I finally gave up. Poorly made junk.Published 12 months ago by Heretic2000
I bought this to use for reupholstering my dining room chairs and it worked perfectly. It was able to drive staples into the hardwood base of the chairs if I really bore down on... Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Bookseller
Worked for a while but know only jams after about 3 staples. Maybe we got a lemon. Others might work okay?Published on May 30, 2013 by Marilyn Saunders
This probably has been my worst purchase in a long time. If you are lucky you get to staple 10 staples in a row before it locks up.
An absolute piece of junk. Read more
I read negative reviews but this was in my budget for a motorcycle seat reupholster project. I did not want to invest in a pneumatic stapler for a single job. Read morePublished on April 22, 2013 by Deca
But not perfect. Probably would have been better if had more weight.
I also like that it is one of the few things still made in US
Good light duty unit. Does not completly flush staple unless considerable pressure is applied to the drive head. Does poor job in particle board.Published on November 23, 2012 by Elwood Horton
Arrow ETF-50 Stapler, for a simple stapler it has worked well, none of them are perfect, but who can argue about 20+ years use , we have stapled Chicken wire fences to Hemp twine... Read morePublished on April 28, 2012 by Avrum and Denise's Farm
This is a great little electric staple gun. I wanted to re-cover my dining room chairs and this little staple gun works like a charm. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by Delores Clements