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Arrow Fastener T25 Low Voltage Wire Staple Gun, Fits up to 1/4-Inch Wires

4.7 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews
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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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Product Description

Product Description

The Arrow Fastener T25 low-voltage wire staple gun features an all chromed steel housing, jam-resistant rear-load mechanism, powerful coil spring, cushioned grip, grooved wire guide to protect wires against damage, and curved blade for consistent stapling performance. Perfect for all low voltage wire applications, including alarm systems, garage doors, thermostats, doorbells, and more, the stapler is designed for use with T25 staples size 3/8-inch, 7/16-inch, and 9/16-inch.

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The Arrow Fastener T25 low-voltage wire staple gun features an all chromed steel housing, jam-resistant rear-load mechanism, powerful coil spring, cushioned grip, grooved wire guide to protect wires against damage, and curved blade for consistent stapling performance. Perfect for all low voltage wire applications, including alarm systems, garage doors, thermostats, doorbells, and more, the stapler is designed for use with T25 staples size 3/8-inch, 7/16-inch, and 9/16-inch.

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Part Number T25
Item Weight 2 pounds
Product Dimensions 1 x 8 x 7 inches
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Item model number T25
Color Silver
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description ONE YEAR
National Stock Number 5120-01-150-6095

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ASIN B00004Z2JX
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4.7 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #26,729 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#15 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Hand Tools > Staplers & Tackers
#38 in Office Products > Office Supplies > Staplers & Punches > Staples
Shipping Weight 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available November 19, 2003

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There is really no "versatility" to this stapler - the T25 is really only meant to serve a few industries. If you're looking at tacking 22/2, 22/4 or 18/2 alarm wire, or 22/4 telephone quad cable or 24/3pair CAT3 phone wire, I recommend taking a look at the T18 stapler (purple handle) - the width of the T18 staple is about half that of a T25 and the staples will fit the skinnier cable perfectly, without crushing, and will leave a professional look. You can probably use the T25 on this skinnier wire but, you'll have to press hard against the wire to get a tight staple, which could then damage, crush, or pierce the wiring. I wouldn't recommend the T25 for anything skinnier in diameter than CAT5 cable.

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.
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If you have to pull light cable around the house, this is your helper. Curved staple and a wire guide to help you hide phone wire, etc under your baseboards or over doorways. Makes a big difference and so much easier than individual wire tacks. Not a replacement for the regular staple T-50 (nor vise versa) - this is a specialized product and very good at what it is suppose to do.
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This stapler is a fantastic time saver if you are installing TV cable or phone wire in attics and basements. It makes the job look finished. This will not work for 12/2 or 14/2 electrical wire. Arrow has the T72 for that, but I have not checked it out yet.
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i received this arrow fastener t25 low quality wire staple gun and returned it very soon after. the thing just CONSTANTLY jams up! i went through 2 rows of staples and only about 10 of those actually went into the wall. the rest got stuck in the head of this thing and had to be extracted with needle nose pliers. i would either try the most expensive arrow wire fastener or avoid arrow all together because their mid line of staplers seem to be poor quality. goodluck if you order this thing
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doesnt do flat staples. you shouldnt use a staple gun directly on a cable as it can still crimp the cable and damage it.

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.
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WOW. I've done some stapling of wires over the years and was never satisfied with the results. I was using the standard square staples. This thing is awesome. I used it to secure a coax and phone wire and it did a wonderful job. One thing to note is that the the built in guide has to be pushed up into the housing before it will shoot a staple. I loaded mine the first time and to make sure it was working and to check the depth that it shoots I tried it on a blank piece of scrap and nothing came out and I got worried until I put the wires in and it worked great.
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i work for a large telecommunications company and have gone through 5 of these staplers in just the last year. attaching cat3 and cat5 wiring to mainly wooden surfaces. they consistently jam and drive staples through the center of cables. the stapler will work great for approximately the first 50 or so staples, after that you find that the only consistency is jamming and staples that rip through cables. mass produced crap. there's nothing better than running cable around a home for 30 minutes and on the last 15 or 20 feet of cable your stapler constantly staples through the cable. one positive that i will admit is that when you throw this stapler across the street, it does actually bounce quite high if it lands just right on the handle. enjoy the experience of watching your stapler/bouncy ball being tossed in the trash. this is a folded soda can with rivets.
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I am a cable technician that uses staple guns all day long. This particular model is not my favorite. If you are a person that uses a staple gun all day long for 6 days a week this will not last you very long. First of all the way you load the staples is not ideal. You have to take out the spring and drop in a sleeve of staples. Sure it sounds simple enough, but if the staple gun gets jammed you have to take it apart to remove the staples. There are different brands that I prefer, such as the stanley ct10x which allows you to slide out the spring and place the staples in. If it jams, you don't have to take it apart to remove the jam. If you are the person that needs to do an occasional cable tacking job this one is for you but if you are like me, then I wouldn't recommend this staple gun.
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