|Item Weight||4.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16.9 x 4.8 x 15 inches|
|Item model number||NT65MA4|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||5-year limited warranty|
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Hitachi NT65MA4 1-1/4 Inch to 2-1/2 Inch 15-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer with Air Duster
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- Integrated air duster can be used to clear away dust and debris from the work surface in preparation for nailing or gluing
- Tool-less, easy to clear nose for quick nail extraction should a nail jam during use
- Selective actuation switch allows for either sequential or contact nailing with a simple flip of the switch- no tools or parts required
- Tool-less depth of drive dial adjusts for flush fastening into varying materials for improved control and a professional finish
- 360-degree fully adjustable exhaust portal directs air exhaust away from the user or work piece
- At only 4.2 lbs, this finish nailer minimizes user fatigue, while increasing maneuverability
- 34-degree magazine angle allows the user to reach into corners or tight spaces with ease
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|Dimensions||15 inches x 16.9 inches x 4.8 inches||12 inches x 1 inches x 2.8 inches||4.3 inches x 16.5 inches x 14.6 inches||16 inches x 17.5 inches x 5.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||8.65 pounds||9.25 pounds||9.4 pounds||10.75 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
From the Manufacturer
NT65MA4 2-1/2 inch 15-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer with Air Duster
Uses and Applications
Hitachi’s 15-gauge angled finish nailer, the NT65MA4 is durable, reliable and effective for successfully installing crown and base moldings, window and door casings, chair rails, cabinets, exterior trim and staircases. The NT65MA4 accepts 15-gauge nails ranging in length from 1-1/4 inch to 2-1/2 inch at 34 inch. The angled magazine allows the nailer to fit in tight corners and awkward spaces with ease. It’s simple to load, and accepts 100 nails.
Tool-free depth of drive adjustment
Tool-free depth of drive adjustment takes no time with the dial located conveniently under the non-slip elastomer grip trigger. Adjustments can be made depending upon the density of material and air pressure required. Then nails can be set consistently for improved control and a professional finish based on the application.
Fully adjustable exhaust
The 360 degree fully adjustable exhaust can be directed away from the user so that air exhaust, debris and oil are avoided. The NT65MA4 requires oil occasionally to keep the tool lubricated and functioning at optimal performance. Always refer to the owner’s manual for recommended routine maintenance.
A simple flip of the selective actuation switch allows for either sequential (pull trigger, depress tip to drive a nail each time) or contact fastening (nail drives each time the tip makes contact) with no additional parts or tools required.
Hitachi designs nailers around applications. This attention is evident in Hitachi’s development of the unique air duster button on the NT65MA4. The button, located above the grip and easily reached, allows air from the compressor to bypass the nailing function and expel from a hole in the front of the tool. The user can clear away debris and dust from the work surface in preparation for nailing or gluing or just do clean up; saving time and energy.
Warranty Info and What's in the Box
Covered by Hitachi’s 5-year warranty.
What’s in the Box?
The NT65MA4 Finish Nailer, a convenient carrying case (884340), safety glasses (875769) and a no-mar tip (881751).
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.
Top Customer Reviews
I've done/doing some professional woodworking and have a lifetime of experience. In air driven nailers I have Porter Cables upholstery stapler, their 23 gauge pin nailer, an 18 gauge, two of their 16 gauge nailers. I impulsively bought the Bostitch after reading the first page reviews, and then spent a couple of hours researching the Hitachi vs. the Bostitch. After comparing, this is what I found.
A lot of people are jumping on the Bostitch band wagon because it is the lightest at 3.8 pounds, it is dry as in no oil, and it has class leading 400 inch pounds of power. I was dazzled and bought right away. After digging deeper, I am refusing the Bostitch and getting the Hitachi. They both have the "durable composite magazine" (plastic) that holds the nails. The Hitachi with its aluminum housing only weighs .4 pounds more as in 4.2 instead of 3.8. That extra .4 is not going to make a difference. The oil issue is seemingly an advantage in that the Bostitch runs dry, but my other nailers are all oiled, and all I do is drive 2 or 3 nails into a piece of scrap to blow out the excess oil when first putting a couple of drops in the gun, and the rest of the time it is dry. Also the 400 pounds of torque is not an issue because the 15 gauge nailers have tons of power as compared to the 16 gauge, so much so that a small difference in power is irrelevant. When I borrowed a PC 15 gauge and first fired it, it went off with a POW instead of a pop like the 16.Read more ›
I've now put over 5,000 nails through the NT65MA4 into a hardwood floor. The wood is 5/16 and not tongue and groove, so it is all face nailed.
The nails I used are 1 inch Senco nails, which are shorter than the manufacturer recommended 1¼ minimum length.
The Hitachi jammed on these 1 inch nails only when I tried to add a strip of nails as the in use strip ran low. Since one inch nails are not recommended, I do not hold those jams against the Hitachi. I quickly learned that jams could be 100% eliminated by discarding the last two or three nails, and then sliding in a fresh strip of 100.
The Hitachi has a nice solid quality feel, excellent balance, and great ergonomics. The NT65MA4 never felt heavy, or made my hand ache.
I was concerned about oil mist on the bare wood floor, so I directed the exhaust directly onto the back of my hand. I never detected any spots, mist, or shininess on my skin.
Speaking of air, I never inadvertently triggered the air duster. Perhaps forewarned is forearmed.
This is a great nailer. It is amazing how quickly 100 nails can be shot. Consistency of depth is excellent, but not quite perfect. Some are set deeper than others, but my best guess it that is due to variations in the density of the wood, and not the fault of the NT65MA4. I had to use a nailset on two nails out of 5,000+.
Considering the cost, which is lower than most other comparable nailers (and many inferior ones are priced higher), the Hitachi NT65MA4 is an outstanding value.
I have only two small complaints, both regarding the nose cap. When using the index marks on the nose cap, the nailer consistently places the nail above the horizontal line. Second, a spare nose cap should have been included with the gun. Mine already shows wear, after less than 6,000 nails.
Regarding the reviewers who complain about plastic parts, please know that modern plastics used in the right places in tools serve far better than metal. Plastic is in many cases stronger, it doesn't bend or kink when dropped, it is naturally slippery so works better for nail magazines, and it doesn't rust. I have lots of power tools with proper plastic parts and have NEVER had a problem with a plastic part failure.
The newest airliners are now being constructed of plastic . . .
It's pretty, so you'll be tempted to treat it gently, but that isn't needed... it's a toughy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
a .of the nail gun tools. well made. will drive a nail through a wet noodlePublished 4 days ago by William Lance
Lightweight pneumatic nail gun; perfect size and comfortable for what I need to use it for to re do some of the finish work around the house. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Daryl Shelby
Great finishing gun. However, I was bit disappoint in air burst clean up feature. It appeared as if you could blow air on the nailing spot without turning the gun upside down. Read morePublished 8 days ago by R. Andari
Really nice nailer. I'm using it with the DeWalt pancake compressor and Flexzilla hose. I sank 2-1/2" Senco nails into a door jam and trim using about 80 psi. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Chris
Another great value from hitachi.used it over and over without a single problem Love It.Published 22 days ago by woodsman
This is a great finish nailer. Works well. Have not had a misfire yet.Published 1 month ago by djss55