|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.8 x 2.4 x 9.8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||500959|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90 Days|
|National Stock Number||5130-01-599-8978|
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Paslode T200 500959 18-Gauge 5/8 to 2-Inch Brad Nailer
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- Powerful but lightweight 18-gauge brad nailer
- Drives 5/8- to 2-inch brad nails with ease; adjustable depth of drive controls nail setting depth
- Directional exhaust keeps particles safely away from eyes
- Includes safety glasses, lube oil, Allen wrenches, manual, and case
- 9.8-inches long; weighs just 4.8-pounds
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Well get out of the way the only thing we dont like: depth-of-drive isnt tool-free. Aside from that relatively small thing, this is one fantastic nailer. Its the lightest weve ever had in hand, and while that may not seem like such an important thing, it will be if youre working overhead for extended periods.
Probably its most outstanding feature is an unusually streamlined nose architecture that fits neatly into spots the other brands cant reach and guarantees your fastener drives exactly where you want it to.
Of course, this Paslode has all the things you expect from any nailer: a non-marring tip, directional exhaust to keep debris away from your face and a nice fastener length range, from 5/8 to 2-inch brads.
If youve already got a 16-gauge, you may not feel the need for the smaller gun, but well just say that its delicate touch is all wed want when working with cove, shoe, base and quarter-round moldings, stair spindles, outside crown corners, paneling, and any sort of decorative trim.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste
Whats in the Box
Nailer, safety glasses, lube oil, allen wrenches, manual, case
Top Customer Reviews
Although very light, I found the paslode just as powerful as its heavier brothers. I had no trouble driving 2 inch brads into some 1 inch thick oak face frames I was working with recently.
The paslode's nose geometry is also great. Even with its rubber tip attached, it will fit into tight spots a bit easier than the porter cable or the central pneumatic. This nailer (like the PC & CP)has its safety guard located behind the nose. This is actually the feature I always check first when looking at finish nailers. A few common models have their guard in front of the nose. The first finish nailer I ever used (borrowed) was set up with the guard in front, and it found it much harder to position the nose for toe nailing and other tight space tasks.
I would guess I have driven 2500-3000 nails with the paslode, and thus far it has yet to jam. I am sure it will eventually, and was happy to see that it uses a spring loaded latch (just like the PC) to remove jams. This is much easier to use than the series of hex screws that must be removed to clear jams on many finish nailers.
The depth of drive adjustment on the paslode is similiar to most nailers that offer this option. It's a thumbwheel located behind the trigger, and works well.Read more ›
It is plastic so it is very light.
It is plastic, so I have to question the longevity.
Since it is so light, it has a descent kick when you fire it. also quite a bit louder than my other guns. I could stomach these "flaws" if it worked well. But it didn't in my case. What would happen is when firing a nail, the driver would shoot over the top of the nail about 1/4 of the time. So the nail would sit proud of the surface and you would also see where the driver would hit the wood above the nail, basically leaving 2 holes, and the nail itself not sinking. When I would use it to nail casings to the wall, if I shoot 8 nails, 3 would need to be sunk with a nail set. This was standard (7/16" x 2-1/2") casing through 1/2" rock in to the framing. So absolutely nothing that should hinder the nails setting. This is completely unacceptable, especially when your lively hood depends on time (having to go back and set the nails) and leaving as small of a hole as possible.
So, maybe I got a dud, but I can't recommend this to anyone else.
The weight, size, balance in my hand and function are all excellent for this nailer.
It took a bit of hands-on trial-and-error to learn the techniques for setting the depth of the brad into the particular wood.
I'm an amateur woodworker; a hobbyist. I bought the Paslode nailer for a particular project. At that time, I didn't realize how much I would be using it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely terrible has leaked air around top piece since new. Bought a new gasket and still leaks. Do not recommend to anyonePublished 3 months ago by 4324120
How did I do without this tool?
5/8" to 2" nails.
Only improvement: Make one not requirng a compressor.
I may buy a 2nd. Read more
My second gun, to be used as a back up because the first one which is going on ten years keeps on firing.Published 14 months ago by Stephen Honnef
This is an awesome little brad nailer, I only wish it had a hanging clip. I would buy the pin nailer if I had a need for it.Published on April 2, 2014 by Chad
Light yet well made. Since it takes a 2 inch nail you just need one tool for door and window trim. 18 gauge makes splitting rare and the holes are so small you don't even need to... Read morePublished on May 11, 2013 by CARL KARCHER
No multiple shoot. Doesnt stop on the end of clip. And whorse one berly shoot 2 inch nails. Head stick out or pin missing head of nail making two holes .Published on January 12, 2013 by Bezdomny