|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 8 x 7 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||T25|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||ONE YEAR|
|National Stock Number||5120-01-150-6095|
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Arrow Fastener T25 Low Voltage Wire Staple Gun, Fits up to 1/4-Inch Wires
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- Fits Up To 1/4"
- All-steel Construction
- Durable Chrome Finish
- Grooved Driving Blade
- Jam-resistant Mechanism
- Designed for safe, fast, and efficient low-voltage wire-fastening
- For use with T25 staples size 3/8-inch, 7/16-inch, and 9/16-inch
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With that said, the T18 and T25 have been used by the phone company for years. I carry both on my service van (I work for an alarm company and frequently do phone work, too) and have probably shot thousands of T25s with zero jams after using several T25 guns. The trick is to know how to position the stapler AND the proper length of staple. For most work, you'll probably only need a 3/8" length staple, I'd recommend a 7/16" staple for CAT5 so that the staple doesn't travel too far and crush the cable. If you're looking to tack CAT5 for network cable, do not use a crowned staple - use the T59 plastic insulated staples, they will not crimp or crush the CAT5 (critical for proper network operation). T25s also work good for most coax if you get the longer 9/16" staples. Arrow offers the beige telco colored staples for a professional look as well.
The biggest trick is pressing lightly into the work before stapling. You will get a few twisted staples if you hit a knot or other solid area.Read more ›
better bet is to buy a good flat staple gun that can be used for lots of different things and a bunch of zip ties. staple a zip tie where youre running cable and then tie it into place that way. keep it a little loose so you dont harm the cable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this for my dad to staple down some wires in the house. He loves it and it works perfect for the thick cable wires.Published 6 days ago by Karissa L.
Even though I really won't use this much at all it works really well to staple down cable along baseboards and door frames. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Patrick Johnston
Have only run a few dozen staples through this stapler, but it seems to be well made and plenty of power for driving the staples. Handles good. Read morePublished 4 months ago by NemoUSA