DEWALT - GID-286785 DWHTTR350 Dewalt Heavy-Duty Aluminum Stapler/Brad Nailer
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.7 x 7 x 10.5 inches|
|Item Weight||1 Pounds|
Specifications for this item
|Ean||0789164041578 , 0076174701357|
|Global Trade Identification Number||00076174701357|
|Item Weight||1.00 pounds|
|Manufacturer Series Number||DWHTTR350|
|Number of Items||1|
|UPC||789164041578 , 076174701357|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty|
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DEWALT DWHTTR350 Dewalt Heavy-Duty Aluminum Stapler/Brad Nailer
Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here. [PDF ]
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 1.7 x 7 x 10.5 inches; 1 Pounds
- Item model number : DWHTTR350
- Date First Available : November 28, 2011
- Manufacturer : Dewalt
- ASIN : B005O1MN0A
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- #60 in Power Brad Nailers
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Nope! Third staple in, the gun misfired, and wouldn't feed. Unloaded the staples, a loose one fell out. Reloaded them, 2 more staples, Jam! Not a misfeed, but the handle would not depress. Pulled out the staples and a half staple fell out. The other half wedged between the driver and the chute. Took the front guard off, filed down a screwdriver and used a hammer to punch the staple prong out. 30 minutes later, we are good to go again. Worked better after that, no jams, but multiple misdeeds, unloads, and reloads. All in all, it took an hour to staple about 30 staples in my window frame. Not what I expected from what I consider a top brand like dewalt.
Update: I recently took this stapler out of my truck tool box and just blew it out with some compressed air and used the same staples but changed boxes. It does seem to be working properly "for now" but this doesn't instill the confidence I'm familiar with in my other DeWalt tools. I added +1 star (reluctantly!!)
Only used it for one project so far --- replacing the grille cloth on a pair of loudspeakers --- but it worked perfectly. The grille frames are masonite, which is notoriously hard to staple into. But the DeWalt set about 100 staples without a jam, all fully seated. It misfired twice --- failed to eject a staple --- but at least in didn't jam up the tool.
If you're tired of fighting with your Arrow, get one of these. (Takes Arrow T-50 staples, BTW).
Being a painter, we don't always need the most heavy-duty tools, but when I need something to last, I go for DeWalt. Never the cheapest, but you always get your money's worth. Plus I'm a sucker for that yellow and black.
Securing the lifts was at least a two step, tedious process since their many layers had to be separated—to avoid discomfort from the staples when taking more than a few steps—before placing the 2 staples that I decided to use in each, one in the heel area and another near the instep.
It would have been easier had I the strength to keep the gun fully pressed down with one hand but it was a bit too long for my size 8 to get a decent grip, not to mention shoot fast enough, for a staple to penetrate well. So I had to rely on my Stubby Claw Hammer to drive them in further because the lift material itself absorbed and blunted some of the gun's force.
But the job is done and I'm very happy with the gun because its power enabled me also to better finish a job I did years ago—permanently fastening the back end of the top to a bathroom hamper once I upholstered & covered said top. Until now I had to settle for very long, strong straight pins to hold it in place. So I'm happy and I'll probably think of more uses for it.