|Item Weight||2.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.1 x 3 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||LHF2025K|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||7 year, limited warranty|
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BOSTITCH LHF2025K Engineered Hardwood Flooring Stapler
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- Adjustable precision knobs adjust for 1/4-Inch to 1/2-Inch laminated flooring.The tool must be engaged with the wood in order to engage the safety.
- Over-molded rubber grip for comfort and maneuverability
- Muffled rear exhaust to direct air away from workspace
- Non-Marring trip tips so you don't accidentally damage the flooring
- Easy sight tongue engagement so you hit the pocket every time
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The Bostitch LHF2025K makes it easy for you to correctly install engineered and laminate flooring. An easy-sight tongue guide helps you accurately drive staples into the pocket--every time. Additionally, a non-marring cap ensures you won't scratch or mark your flooring material, and oil-free operation means you won't damage or stain your floor with accidental oil spills.
Designed for Comfort and Safety
At an easy-to-handle 2.9 pounds, the Bostitch LHF2025K can be used for long periods of time with minimum operator fatigue. The over-molded rubber grip offers increased comfort for all-day projects, and the quiet rear exhaust prevents blowback in your face. Additionally, a swivel air fitting keeps the stapler right where you want it, so you can move freely without getting tangled in the compressor hose.
Easily Adjusts to Your Flooring Size
Designed to work with almost any flooring size, the Bostitch LHF2025K features adjustable knobs for fastening flooring of varying thicknesses. Adjust between 1/4 inch and 1/2 inch for engineered hardwood and laminate flooring applications.
The Bostitch LHF2025K takes 20-gauge, 1-inch staples. A magazine capacity of 125 staples keeps you in operation for longer periods of time--and reloading is fast and easy. A real workhorse, this stapler has a driving power of 122 inch/pounds.
The Bostitch LHF2025K is backed by a manufacturer's seven-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Bostitch LHF2025K 20-Gauge Engineered Hardwood Flooring Stapler, carrying case, two spare no-mar tips, 1,000 staples, and installation block.
Top Customer Reviews
After two rebuilt units and one new unit, I think I have given Bostitch as many chances as I can afford. I would stay away from this unit.
The only bright spot will be: If the repairs are covered by the warranty and the nailer works, then I'll have a nice gun to install hardwood floors in the future. But I cannot recommend purchasing Bostitch Nailers on line. If you do purchase online, you're probably going to receive an out-of-date model.
Hope that helps make your decision!
To top it off I am now past the 30 day window to be able to return it directly to Amazon. I must now take it to a Bostitch repair center and have them look at it and try to fix it. More time out of my day which is more money out of my pocket. I have already bought a replacement as I needed to get the project completed. Save your time and go buy a "POWERNAIL 20 ga. Cleat Nailer". It is infinitely better. It costs about $120 more but believe me you will make that back in time and frustration in the first job.
Lesson learned here - Buy tools from local stores with better return policies even if it may cost slightly more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This gun jams constantly, Bostitch isn't what it used to be.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
It worked good initially but after about 3/4 of the way through a box of 5000 staples this piece of crap died..... right in the middle of a 1000+ sq. ft. job. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Squint
This Bostitich gun is a royal pain in the ass. It sticks every few staples and have to take it apart. I oil it, have an oiler on the compressor and it still sticks. Read morePublished 10 months ago by RICHARD
I would rate this tool with a negative rating if I could. I received the first nailer and it worked for about 100 sf of flooring and then it locked up. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Todd A. Cook
I have at least 5 different bostitch nailers. But this one is junk! I'm on a job and all this gun wants to do is jam up. DO NOT BUY THIS JUNK!!! Plus the safety is hard to work.Published 17 months ago by tim