|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.8 x 11.8 x 4.5 inches|
|Item model number||NP35A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||5-year limited warranty|
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Hitachi NP35A 1-3/8" 23-Gauge Pin Nailer
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- Large fastener capacity for fewer reloads and less downtime
- Magazine automatically adjusts to 5/8", 3/4", 1", 1-3/16" and 1-3/8" fastener lengths for use on a wide variety of projects
- Dual trigger for safe and accurate placement of fasteners
- Rear exhaust directs oil and debris away from the work surface
- Depth adjustment for flush drives into a variety of surfaces
- Reload indicator for easy visual recognition of low nail quantities to avoid dry firing
- Removable nose plate for easy jam clearing
- Large housing shield protects the work surface
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From the Manufacturer
From the Manufacturer
Hitachi NP35A 1-3/8 inch 23-gauge Pin Nailer
Uses & Applications
The NP35A Pin Nailer from Hitachi is ideal for a professional woodworker, homeowner or craftsperson that needs a small fastener that is nearly invisible. It is ideal for trim work, molding, cabinetry details, paneling, glazed bead, assembling picture frames or even tacking things together while glue sets- basically any fine finish application where you want to avoid spending time filling nail holes with putty and avoid splitting delicate pieces of material.
No Mar Tips
Speaking of no-mar tips, this pin nailer comes with two! One stores on the nailer for added convenience at the base of the handle and one is installed on the tool from the factory. The tips protect delicate wood material, even soft woods from denting, marring or scratching when the nailer is in use. Additionally, a large plastic housing shield wraps around the body of the pin nailer to protect from the metal nailer accidentally hitting the work piece and causing an unintended mark.
Adjusting the depth the pins will drive into varying materials (from soft woods to the hardest, most exotic woods) is possible with the supplied hex bar wrench that stores on the side of the magazine. Simply remove the wrench, loosen the two screws at the front of the nailer, move the plate up or down to adjust the pin depth for a professional finish. Remember, to adjust the depth keeping in mind that the use of the no mar tip can also change your depth. Also, the PSI pressure (65-100 PSI range) should be adjusted to accommodate for the density of the material being used to help drive the pin to the exact depth desired.
A convenient reload indicator is available on the magazine and shows orange for easy visual recognition of low nail quantity to avoid dry firing situations. It accepts 23-Gauge headless pins, so once driven below the material surface they are hard to see. The NP35A accepts 5/8, ¾, 1, 1-3/16 and 1-3/8 inches pins to tackle a wide range of products. The magazine can hold up to 100 pins allowing for fewer reloads and less downtime.
Designed with the exhaust portal at the rear, this prevents any excess oil, dirt or debris expelled from the nailer from hitting the user or the work surface during use.
Warranty Info and What's in the Box
Covered by Hitachi’s 5-year warranty.
What's in the Box?
The NP35A comes with a blow molded plastic case for transport and storage (887572), safety glasses (875769), (2) no-mar tips (884681), and a 3mm hex bar wrench (887573).
Every Hitachi accessory is designed to the highest standards and is rigorously tested for both performance and durability. Since its inception, Hitachi has pioneered innovative technologies that have improved the quality of craftsmanship worldwide. Hitachi is a leader in power tool research and development and has achieved many firsts in the power tool industry. Today, Hitachi continues the tradition of innovation and engineering with new features in addition to classic quality.
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Top Customer Reviews
This Hitachi NP35A is my first micro pinner, although I do own and use a few larger pneumatic tools (15 gauge nailer, 18 gauge nailer, 2 staplers). I typically prefer to use screws rather than nails, but there are occasions when the unique attributes of a power driver nail outweighs it's many disadvantages.
Here are my first impressions of the Hitachi NP35A 23 Gauge Nailer.
o compact, lightweight, and comfortable to hold.
o high quality product, for example magazine slides in and out with smooth precision.
o trigger is comfortable, double trigger is relatively easy to get used to.
o the soft nose tip leaves no mark whatsoever on even soft woods.
o very quiet, pleasant to use (no hearing protection needed with this little guy).
o easy side loading of pins, and automatically adjusts to different pin sizes.
o using the soft tip, appropriate air pressure, and good technique, pins are driven to a perfect depth just below the surface (the depth is adjustable via the use of a hex wrench on the nose piece).
o surprising nice blow molded plastic case.
o an easy to see bright orange "low pin indicator" (of course, it doesn't work if one is not paying attention and doesn't look at it ... just one of my many faults I'm afraid....)
o although the minimum specified pin length is 5/8", I was able to use the 3/8" pins without a problem (this is quite a good thing, for my projects).Read more ›
UPDATE:I guess I spoke too soon !! All of a sudden it started to jam. Tried various manufacturers pin nails and they all jam frequently. A real shame!! Gonna have to return it.
I noticed a lot of complaints about this nailer driving 1-3/8" nails. I can confirm that this nailer struggles to drive 1-3/8" nails. I did manage to get it to work consistently, but it wasn't as effortless as my experience driving 1" nails. First, I turned my compressor up to 100psi. Next, I installed the nose rubber piece. Finally, I set the nose adjustment all the way back toward the handle (the instructions say to move it toward the nose to drive nails deeper - it's a typo; Do the opposite). Now, joining 1" thick maple and walnut, press the gun HARD against the wood and press the trigger. If you do not press hard, it will not drive the nail deep enough. I guess this nailer lacks the necessary mass to do the job effortlessly. It works. The wood seems a little dimpled, and the drive depth is inconsistent, but I think I could do a small project with this gun and this nail size if I was exceedingly careful.
However, I think this is a flaw. Nail guns should be effortless, and this gauge nail in particular should be ultra reliable. After all, 23 gauge is too small to nail set with a hammer.
Personally, I'll be sticking to 1" nails unless I have no other choice. I think that will keep my frustration at a minimum. If I need a longer nail, maybe I'll try a Grex, but I'd better really really need it, because Grex is expensive.
I'll revise this review after I've had more time with the tool.
I narrowed my choices down to the Hitachi and the Grex P635. I'm sure I would have been happy with the Grex, and kind of still want one, but the Hitachi was on sale and included a free polyurethane (the light, flexible kind) air hose. I placed my order and grabbed some Grex pins to go along with it.
The gun itself is very small and easy to handle. I have meaty fingers and never have any issues with the double trigger safety, a standard on pin nailers. It has a nice rubber nose piece to protect workpieces.
Pins are easy to load, but I can't say much for jam clearing, as I haven't had a jam with this pinner yet.
The main reason I bought this gun was to use it to pin hard maple corner blocks into place in the small arcade stick cases I build while the glue sets. Even with the cases made of hard maple or walnut, the gun has performed flawlessly. At 85 psi, with the gun firmly held to the work piece, it sinks the pins below the surface every time, and never splits the small 3/4 x 3/4 x 1 3/8" hard maple corner blocks. The pins hold tightly while the glue sets up.
It's not very loud either, but I can't imagine any of the pin nailers being loud.
To sum it up, it's a great pin nailer for the money, all things considered. It has a 5 year warranty too, which a lot of premium nailers don't even have (Grex is 1 year). It's handled everything I've needed of it, so as much as I'd like a Grex, the Hitachi will probably be my standby for a very long time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
really like the tool but could not get the pin nails to countersink with the plastic/rubber tip even after trying to adjust...Published 12 days ago by Albert Birkenmeier
I love this nailer so far. I have only had it for a few weeks now, but the mastercraft model I picked up at Menards kept jamming after only a day of use.... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Used it now for several months. Excellent and a great price. Doesn't mar the wood and one can't tell where the pin entered. Highly recommend this nailer.Published 1 month ago by Lynn Stratton