|Item Weight||6.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.4 x 13.2 x 6.2 inches|
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|Item model number||NV65AH|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Hitachi NV65AH 2-1/2-Inch Coil Siding Nailer
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- Long lasting rubber grip for added comfort
- Depth of drive adjustment to countersink or flush drive nails
- Drives wire and plastic sheet collated nails for added flexibility
- Plastic shield deflects wire collation for added safety
- Comes with a 5-year limited warranty
- Hitachi 2-1/2-inch coil siding nailer operates at 70-120 psi; accepts plastic and wire collated nails
- Tool free depth of drive adjustment; air deflector pivots 360 degrees; no-mar nose cap
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A high-capacity magazine and tool-less depth adjustment make this siding nailer top in efficiency.
Added conveniences include an air deflector and the flexibility for a range of fasteners.
The NV64AH is a versatile nailer that's compatible with both wire- and plastic-coated collated fasteners. It features a high-capacity magazine that accepts up to 300 1-1/2-inch to 2-1/2-inch-long nail coils with 0.099-inch diameters. The nailer's air inlet is 3/8 inch, and the ideal operating air pressure is 70-120 psi.
For further flexibility and efficiency, the NV65AH has two firing options: intermittent and continuous. Intermittent firing lets you use the nailer's trigger to control firing, while continuous firing plants a nail each time the NV65AH's no-mar nose cap touches your workpiece--a great feature for covering large areas.
For further convenience, nail-depth adjustments are quick and easy. Just turn the depth-adjuster knob to flush mount or countersink nails and get the right depth for your application.
Air Deflector Adjusts Without Tools
The NV64AH features an adjustable air deflector that rotates 360 degrees to direct exhaust in any direction you choose. What's more, no tools are required to adjust the air deflector--simply turn the top cover to the desired position.
Designed for Maneuverability
The Hitachi NV65AH Siding Nailer is lightweight at just 4.6 pounds, so it's easy to maneuver. Its well-balanced design ensures easy one-handed operation, and the long-lasting leather grip keeps you comfortable and in control.
The Hitachi NV65AH Siding Nailer measures 10-1/2 x 5-1/16 x 11-13/16 inches (LxWxH). It is backed by a five-year limited warranty.
About Hitachi: A Tradition of Innovation
Hitachi Power Tools (Hitachi Koki USA, Ltd.) provides professional-grade power tools for a variety of applications, including woodwork, metalwork, concrete, drilling, cutting, and fastening. 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.
What's in the Box
NV65AH Siding Nailer, safety glasses, and hex bar wrenches.
Top Customer Reviews
The other feature that I love is that the nailer is extremely well balanced for a coil nailer. Most coil nailers are nose heavy because they don't have the stick housing to counter balance them. This nailer is not nose heavy and just has a great feel in your hand. Of all my tools, this is one of my favorites. I have not had a single jam and I've fired thousands and thousands of nails with it. This is a high performance tool, and I would highly recommend it to anyone who has any amount of siding to put up. It's a time saver, and truly a joy to use.
The light weight is a big deal too. Most of the other siding guns I've dealt with are at least a pound heavier. Doesn't sound like much but this tool is almost always in my hand. A pound makes a difference.
The only reason I didn't give this five stars are the plastic sheeting keeps falling off, I keep getting new ones because the wire tends fly off when driving nails through Hardi plank (inevitably hits me in the face) and you can't get a rebuild kit for these, at least I haven't been able to find them. Hitachi's website says all work must be done by a certified Hitachi repair person.
Yes the price is high and I wouldn't suggest buying one for one house, rent if you can, but if your work is construction your not going to go wrong here.
This gun also good for fence building, and for attaching any "one-by" material to "two-by" substrates.
Hitachi, shame on you for not building this into the gun or offering the upgrade at no extra cost.
As it stands now, I'd recommend to others to look at the Makita coil nailer as the best choice and then the Porter Cable as the second choice.
However, I am not a pro and here is what I found challenging:
1. The depth gauge was fairly easy to use but after a while I found that I had to just nail in a course and quickly hammer the nails home. Call it user inexperience (which clearly was the case) but I ended up under-driving rather than over-driving on purpose.
2. If you don't watch the plastic nail strap or cut it off frequently, it could twist around and foul the tool, requiring a stop to fix it.
3. It comes with the "automatic" trigger function: Hold the trigger, push, and nails will pop out until you let go. I found that difficult to work with: I can see how that would be useful for roofing, but for Hardie Boards, it made me pay too much attention to trigger pull/release, rather than paying attention to quality work.
Why 4 stars and not 5: Because the single-trip (one pull, one nail) mechanism doesn't come with the tool. I had to order that from a Hitachi dealer (referred by Hitachi themselves when I called) and it cost an additional $60-$70. Porter Cable, for example, will provide a different trip mechanism for free for their finish nailers (or at least they did when I bought one). This should have been included, or at least the price not so excessive, for such small and few parts.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So far so good my husband hasn't complained about it or anything so I'm thinking it's still working and in good shape.Published 1 month ago by yolanda
Flawless after a year and a half, 60,000+ nails
I use this gun to install fence pickets. Fence after fence, thousands of pickets nailed up. 1 jam. Read more
Very difficult to get nails started, much double firing and jammed gun. Works good after a few miss fires but a lot of wasted time results unjamming the gun. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Paul L Randall
Great tool . Worked flawlessly. And was delivered faster then expected
Excellent dependable nailer. So far, I've used it on approximately 6,000 square feet of cedar lap siding (and trim) and can't recall having a single "jam" or problem, with... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Robert B. Cushman