|Item Weight||5.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.88 x 5 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||PCC790LA|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||With 1 Battery|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium|
|Warranty Description||3 year limited warranty|
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- NO COMPRESSOR NEEDED: This cordless brad nailer is battery powered, eliminating the need for a compressor, hose, or expensive gas cartridges.
- CONSISTENT DRIVING DEPTH: Our depth adjustment wheel allows you to properly countersink nails consistently. Nail Diameter: 18 gauge
- INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY: A tool free release lever, jam release, and depth adjustment wheel make your life easier.
- BETTER RUNTIME: Included 1.5 Ah 20Volt MAX Lithium ion battery lasts longer than NiCad, charger included. Integrated Belt Hook: Yes
- 3 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY: PORTER CABLE will repair, without charge, any defects due to faulty materials or workmanship for 3 years from the date of purchase.
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|Item Dimensions||13.88 x 5 x 12 inches||13.37 x 4.49 x 11.49 inches||10 x 3 x 7 inches||10 x 8.25 x 2.75 inches||14.05 x 5.55 x 11.35 inches|
The PORTER-CABLE PCC790LA 20V MAX Lithium 18GA Brad Nailer Kit is 100% battery powered which eliminates need for compressor, hose or costly gas cartridges. The special motor design provides consistent firing power into various materials and climate conditions. This nailer features multiple tool free settings to provide increased productivity and user safety. The unit's lightweight and optimal center of gravity provide user comfort in multiple positions reducing user fatigue. It also offers multi functional dual LED lights to light up your workspace, and indicate errors. Fastener length capacity of 5/8" - 2", magazine capacity of 100, with sequential firing mode and trigger lock. Includes (1) Battery, and (1) Charger.
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By pdmkiss on November 27, 2018
There is a slight recoil. Not enough to cause any stress on your hand/arm/shoulder, but enough to leave a tiny ding in the material you are working with. So, you have to KEEP the rubber tip ON! (Which is a bit large, in cases where you are trying to get a more "precise aim" So you, kind of have to guess...);
Flashlight location. WHY WOULD YOU POSITION IT BEHIND THE NOZZLE?? It makes it almost completely useless...;
It doesn't let you know that it runs out of nails. You MUST physically check, like you would with pneumatic gun;
Bulge on the right side of the gun. Assuming is a part of the driver of the shooting mechanism, but, unfortunately, creates an extra bump on the gun body, that can, potentially (if you are not careful) leave a ding on the material you are working with. So, if you are a careful person, you tend to lay the gun next to you, while working, on IT'S left side, which is a bit uncomfortable, in cases where it's more convenient to position it on YOUR left side;
Jams nails a lot more often, then my Ryobi gun. And by "a lot more" I mean couple to 4-5 times in one full day of using it. (Comparing to my Ryobi gun, for example, which only did that many jams in a year);
No "Rapid fire" option. You have to physically push the gun against the surface and ONLY THEN squeeze the trigger... Which is good for safety, but when you have to nail quite a few nails in the row and can do it fast - creates a bit of a hassle...
As I mentioned in the beginning, these are all in comparing to other similarly priced guns(such as Ryobi, for example).
Lightweight, despite it's physical bulkiness. It even feels more comfortable in your hand, then some other cordless guns;
No need for oil;
A tiny bit faster, than ones that have air compressor built in;
A bit quieter, than ones with built in compressor;
Easy way of "un-jamming" stuck striker, without the need of even opening the "jammed nail" latch
Hope it helps
I've been out of the biz for awhile and I sold my Impulse nailer a few years back. We recently picked up a 4-plex rental and I wanted to remodel the units and needed a good finish nailer.
I looked at the cordless finish nailers from Dewalt, Senco, and Ryobi, and eventually settled on the Porter Cable when it went on sale for one sixty--less than half what they want for the Dewalt!
I was impressed with the nailer as soon as I opened it--nice size and weight and it looks and feels solid and well-built. The ergonomics are great--everything you need to adjust is easy to access and the LED lights are great! I've completely trimmed out 2 units so far (base, door casing, crown molding, and some chair rail) and I haven't even had to recharge the battery! Not a single misfire yet, and the nail depth is easily adjustable and consistent. This nailer takes a little getting used to as there is about a 1 second delay from when you pull the trigger to when the nail is driven, but, so far it has been great and I would highly recommend this cordless nailer! I'm so happy with it, that I'm going to buy the matching narrow crown stapler. The only negative comment would be that it doesn't come with a case, but for what I paid I'm astonished at what a great value this tool is. Of course time will tell how well it holds up and performs, but so far I am VERY happy with this tool!
By Cassandra Derosier on January 15, 2019
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Reviewed in Canada on May 19, 2019
I bought it at regular price....Right after I opened the box, the w/ battery version went on sale for 206.99!! I feel really really bad, because that porter cable circular saw I bought on the same order is going through battery like nuts..!
About the brad nailer itself, I like it very much. As usual, exterior made of quality material, rubber back housing is easy to grab from standing position. I shot over 300 nails so far on my first day, without a hitch. Very quiet, powerful enough, not too heavy at all. Multiple safety features! LED light!
From Porter Cable, I own 2 drill set, reciprocating tigersaw, circular saw, and this brad nailer, two batteries and charger came with the drill set. So far, I like Porter Cable very much. I also own various de-walt tools and other brands, but I keep coming back to porter cable for two reasons:
#1 - my favourite store Lowe's carry this brand!
#2 - Porter Cable offers best value to me as a multiple house owner. Occasional renovation from time to time, porter cable and de-walt both lasted 5 years for me, why would I spend more on a de-walt?
Seriously Porter Cable, if I can get a battery, I'll take it...