|Item Weight||7.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16.1 x 14.9 x 5.3 inches|
|Item model number||BNS200-18|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year warranty/30 day money back guarantee COVERING ALL COMPONENTS|
Bosch BNS200-18 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
|Price:||$129.88 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Tool-less adjustable air exhaust
- Tool-less selectable trigger - easily switch between bump and sequential fire
- Tool-less adjustable depth of drive - adjust depth of drive on tool
- Narrow nose for excellent line of sight and slim body for better line of sight and better control
- In-line self cleaning air filter - keeps debris from the valve and o-ring improving life of tool
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This nailer is part of a new line of Bosch tools, which utilize Full-Force Technology to consistently drive nails flush, even in industrial lumber. This revolutionary engineering works without return chambers that add bulk and weight and create wasted energy on the strike.
When the trigger is pulled on the BNS200-18, air drives the piston down the cylinder. As the piston strikes, air is exhausted out the front of the tool for 100-percent air power and no wasted energy.
Big Power in a Small Package
The BNS200-18 is 20% smaller than its competitors, but provides 10% more power, giving you high-performance results when driving 5/8- to 2-inch 18-gauge nails. The BNS200-18 offers an operating range of 60–120 psi, so you can quickly complete small woodworking projects or add detail and trim to larger projects.
The slim body and narrow nose give you an excellent line of sight and maximum control, even in tight spaces. And no-mar tip storage protects your tips.
This nailer is perfect for crafting and installing cabinetry, nailing in blind spots or around corners, hanging wall paneling, or repairing window and door casings. Also, it eliminates the need for pre-drilling, which can cause wood to split.
Measuring 2.25 x 9.75 x 9.0 inches (WxHxL) and weighing just 2.1 pounds, this handy tool won't weigh you down, even during heavy-duty, all-day jobs.
Tool-Less Operation for Ease of Use
The BNS200-18 offers the ease of straightforward, tool-less operation. Make adjustments to the air exhaust, fine-tune the depth of drive, clear out jams with the quick-clear function, and switch between bump and sequential firing with the selectable trigger--all without the need for a wrench or additional tools.
Prevents Tool Damage
To help ensure long-term, reliable use, the BNS200-18 features a dry fire lock-out, which prevents damage to the workpiece and the tool's internal components by eliminating blank firing. Additionally, this brad nailer comes equipped with an inline self-cleaning air filter that keeps debris away from the valve and O-ring, preventing wear, tear, and compromised performance.
The BNS200-18 comes with a one-year unconditional warranty.
What's in the Box
Nailer, one pair of safety glasses, one no-mar tip, and carrying case.
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Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunately, I can't say it's perfect. The pin that holds the trigger in doesn't seem like it's held on very firmly by that tiny little washer, and I shudder to think what will happen in the event that it should go out. Mine also came with a pretty severe cosmetic flaw in the form of what appears to be a gash in one of the metal surfaces. This gash was painted over, so it's more than likely just a flaw in the casting which should not cause any problems in usage, but still, QA should have caught it. And lastly, they don't give you any kind of fitting to actually stick it on the end of your hose. A minor nitpick to be sure, but come on, how much do these things cost? Don't make me drive back to the store to buy another coupler.
Nevertheless, it gets the job done and gets it done well. Even with the minor cosmetic defect, the fit-and-finish is notably superior to that of the equivalent Hitachi gun which I had been considering before these came out. I think anyone who routinely builds picture frames, cabinetry or puts up moulding would be extremely satisfied with this gun's performance. You'll definitely want to wear goggles, though; the exhaust is unbelievably powerful, so if you forget to rotate the port away from your face, you're going to be crying.
I was using an 18 ga bostitch nailer before, and it was not very consistent. The bosch nailer sunk 2" and 1 1/4" nails at exactly the same depth every time.
I haven't used the bump feature yet, but I'm not sure if I ever will.
I was skeptical at some of the mixed reviews, however, I am not a contractor. There is no doubt that I will be looking at Bosch's finish nailer in the near future.
The first gun is a bit over a year old and while I am meticulous about tools, it hasn't been babied. Compared to the new gun, it's lost nothing after probably 5000 - 6000 nails driven at maximum depth settings and maximum operating pressures into the hardest woods. We've had one operator technique jam, and I think the Bosch naileers have the easiest and best jam-clearing of any nailer I've used or tried - you don't open the nose, you open the magazine. Wham, you're done.
Yeah, you can buy better 18-guage nailers - the Cadex comes to mind - for three times this price, and you can buy worse nailers for 50% more than these cost, but for daily use, in the shop, the Bosch nailers have proven to be rock-solid and totally dependable.
And they feel good in your hand.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After reading the reviews on this tool, mainly from 2011-2010 the main complaint was inability to full set the nails. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Eric Lindner
Excellent brad guns always have owned senco and just trying to spice somethings up yo u can say by me switching to boschPublished 15 months ago by Michael Williams
I was excited about the possibilities of these new nailers so I bought both the 18 and 16 gauge nailers. Neither is capable of sinking nails completely. Read morePublished on February 23, 2014 by Aaron Mauck
This really made a project easy for me. I really liked using it . The price was good also. Solid tool.Published on April 28, 2013 by miman
I have yet to fire a brad with this gun and I am very disappointed. I have a need to use 2 inch brads for a flooring job. I purchased this nailer for this job. Read morePublished on March 19, 2013 by wfmdfm
I picked this up as part of a kit for my Dad's Christmas this year.
I've used this nailer a couple of times myself, and I'm quite happy with it. Read more
This gun will not set nails in MDF on full depth setting. It looks nice and feels good and has a great case. All outsides and no insides. I will bring this back. Read morePublished on July 30, 2012 by paid cash