|Item Weight||2.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.2 x 2 x 9.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||SB-1850BN|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Maximum Pressure||100 PSI|
|Capacity Description||Magazine Capacity 100 Brads|
|Performance Description||Driving Power 145 Inch Lbs.|
|Compatible Fastener Range||5/8" to 2" 18GA Brads|
|Included Components||bare-tool; case|
BOSTITCH SB-1850BN 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
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The adjustable depth guide sets nails to desired depths quickly and conveniently. The tool-free adjustable exhaust conveniently directs exhaust away from the user. The no-mar tip protects work surfaces. The Nailer comes with 1000 Brad Nails and a manual in a plain brown manufacturer box.
From the Manufacturer
This Bostitch brad nailer drives 5/8- to 2-inch, 18-gauge brad nails. The high-visibility magazine latch features quick side loading. This side-load design enables users to clear jams easily for added convenience. At only 2.69 pounds, this brad nailer is one of the lightest tools in its class. It comes with a carrying case, 1,000 2-inch brad nails, and a bottle of pneumatic tool oil.
Top Customer Reviews
Well, let me say that it punched 2" brads with complete ease into both the oak and hard maple. ...now I couldn't get the senco. On the other hand, I have a great nailer that does everything I need it to, and at a great price that saved me a hundred bucks as well.
So much fun, you actually look for things to nail. The only reason it doesn't get five stars is the lubrication required. A minor nuisance.
Three things I like the best are:
1) It leaves a smaller and cleaner hole than my Porter-Cable.
2) It shoots 5/8" to 2" nails opposed to 3/4" to 2".
3) Being a smaller gun, it fits into tighter spaces and is easier to handle for longer periods of time.
Don't get me wrong, the Porter-Cable is great, but the Bostitch is just a little more refined.
One thing that should be noted, the Bostitch does not have a quick release nose piece but really, when was the last time you've ever had to clear a jam on a brad nailer? Besides, it won't happen with the restrictive on this unit.
At less than an expensive dinner, you owe yourself this one.
Don't second guess buy the best one first. It will be money very well spent.
The only problems I encountered with the nailer is the no mar tip easily comes off of the nailer and when a brad jams you have to take the front off to remove the jam but 2 seconds later you are using the gun again.