|Item Weight||6.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 3 x 11 inches|
|Item model number||CHN10299|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||3 year limited warranty|
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Campbell Hausfeld CHN10299 5/8-Inch to 2-Inch 18 Gauge Brad Nailer
|Price:||$25.96 + $7.69 shipping|
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- Adjustable depth mechanism helps you control the depth of drive in various types of wood
- Quick clear nose provides easy access to jammed nails
- No-mar tip will not dent the wood surface
- Rubber comfort grip for easy handling
- 1.3 avg scfm @ 90 psi
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It uses very little air, which is good because I only have a small compressor. It also has a directional exhaust to keep the air blasts out of your face and a padded tip to avoid marring the workpiece. The grips are very comfortable. I found that setting the nail depth was easy and accurate, as was loading the nails into the magazine. The heft and feel of this nailer is that of a good quality tool. Though I probably don't need to use 2" brads on most of my projects, it is good to have that option if and when I need it.
Basically, the only complaint I had was that the little bottle of oil that was included with this kit had a cracked cap, which allowed some oil to leak out in the case during shipment. Otherwise, this is a very solid brad nailer at a great price. I highly recommend it!
Edit- its three years later and this gun is still going strong 'with the occasional use! Highly recommend!
I'm very satisfied with the quality and performance of the tool. I've had one jam which was easily cleared with the quick release clamp (hit a knot I think). It's easy to adjust depth and quick and easy to add brads or change sizes.
A great tool!
Cons: Jams easily. Spotty overall reliability
First unit jammed and was unrepairable by me, the user, and I'm a repairman. Cust support was solid. They tried to resolve the issue by email with me, to no avail. So they sent me a new one, which jammed on its first job, but was repairable if you know what to look for. A friend, who goes through these things a fast as he changes shirts, showed me how it's done. Now I'm an expert, too. Bottom line, you either have to know how to clear jams, or keep a backup with you at all times because you can't always leave a job to go buy more tools.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used this for several home projects and it hasn't failed me yet. It does leak some oil when stored. I'm not going to say this is a industrial quality product but for the home... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jason Robinson
It is heavy and does not set brads deep enough at any setting.Published 20 months ago by Linda in Maine
This is my first air nailer to own. I installed over 250 feet of different kinds of trim and molding and it never misfired. Read morePublished on October 24, 2013 by Bobby S.
Nailer worked great when I replaced the paneling in my camp after Hurricane Isaac flooded us out. Much easier and faster than using a hammer. Just remember to keep it oiled.Published on May 16, 2013 by Scott A., Dyer
I bought this to fill my need for a Brad Nail longer than the standard 1 1/4" Brad Nail. I have numerous CH products, their stapler, nailers, brad nailers, compressor, and the... Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by Toyboy
Not a professional quality tool. OK for a home owner, Not all the nails get set, I waste to much time resetting nails. Air exhaust blows at operator. Read morePublished on March 11, 2010 by Robert P. Dba Services