|Item Weight||4.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16.1 x 15 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||DA1564K|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Compatible Fastener Range||1-1/4 to 2-1/2 Inches|
|Warranty Description||7 Year Warranty|
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Bostitch DA1564K 15 Gauge "DA" Style Angled Finish Nailer Kit
|Price:||$139.00 + $18.25 shipping|
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- World's First 15-Gauge tool with ultra-quiet rear exhaust to direct air away from the user
- Integrated air blower allows user to clear away debris from work surface
- LED work-light for working in closets and dark spaces
- Adjustable trigger with safety lock-out allows the user to choose between single or multiple fastener drive mode
- 16-Inch on-center gauge flips out for quick and easy installation of baseboard
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DA style finish nails have a 35 degree angle and a round head, and seem to be made by more manufacturers. Home Depot stocks Porter Cable, Lowe's stocks Hitachi and another brand name, and Menards stocks mainly Grip Rite. FN style are at 25 degrees and have a clipped head, and are made by Bostitch (Lowe's and Home Depot only offer this brand), Senco and Grip Rite. While Porter Cable DA nails are more expensive than Bostitch FN nails, Grip Rite DA nails are cheaper than Grip Rite FN nails by a couple dollars per 1000. Additionally, even though clipped head nails are easier to pull through the back of trim work if you need to remove it, I just prefer the look of a round nail hole over a flat one. Now if you're looking for nail length, I have found FN nails as short as 1" but DA starts at 1 1/4". Both styles go up to 2 1/2". Home Depot and Lowe's only seemed to have FN nails in 2" and 2 1/2", but Menards has a very good selection.
This is the first Bostitch nailer that uses DA nails, and it's supposed to be exactly the same as the Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge 1-Inch to 2-1/2-Inch Angled Finish Nailer that uses FN (not the one currently shown in pictures, but the newest version released in 2011 that comes with a swivel air fitting and belt hook).Read more ›
From what I read, the blow off O-rings were getting damaged in the making of these nail guns, it was discovered and the process fixed but many were made before they became aware. Apparently Bostitch didn't bring back all the likely defective ones to fix them. I ordered from Amazon in July 2013 thinking I would get one made after the fix. But no.
At the repair center, he showed me the stamp on the gun that showed it was made in 2012. Had I used the gun in the first 30 days, I could have sent it back to Amazon for another, I think for free. But the project was delayed. Now it's been at the warranty repair center for 2 weeks and counting.
I think it will be a great gun, when I get to use it. A definite strike against Bostitch quality control and another against whoever decided not to recall those that went out with this problem. I suspect you will know within 5 minutes of occasionally pushing the blow off feature button if you have this problem or not.
The design, feel, weight and features like LED and blower are what attracted me to this nailer. Also, it fires DA nails unlike the Bostitch model from the big orange store.
But, if it doesn't work properly out of the box, I can't rate it higher than a single star.
It was returned today and I don't plan on replacing it with the same model as it seem to be a common problem.
It's a good feature but if it doesn't work then it's not all that great after all.
It does drive nails very well though and as little as I plan to use it I'm sure it will be fine. If you plan to use a gun for construction or cabinet making use I'd go with another model. This one is a bit hard to load.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So far my Bostitch "DA" finish nailer has only seen light use but everything is working great and as advertised. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sean
It is a great gun for homeowners or carpenters maybe. The tips are poorly designed and break super fast.Published 20 months ago by Dylan Longley
My new nailer had an air leak after using the sawdust blower. Removed the button valve and found the "o" ring blown into the exhaust port and was cut by the sharp edges. Read morePublished 23 months ago by KC
Does everything a nailer should do, it light easy to handle so far not even one misfire or jam. I highly recommend this nailer.Published on May 27, 2014 by Wk
So far it seems to be operating beyond my expectations. I was using my Porter Cable Angled 15ga with 2 1/2" nails and it was starting to struggle sinking them into Oak at an... Read morePublished on February 11, 2014 by Chas
It was for my son and he is totally impressed with it and loves it, especially the fact that it has a neat carrying case.Published on December 26, 2013 by Margaret Petersen