|Item Weight||6.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21 x 8 x 15 inches|
|Item model number||5N0001N|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 Year Limited|
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Senco 5N0001N Fusion Finish Nailer
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|Included Components||case||case||bare-tool; case||bare-tool; case||battery||bare-tool|
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Experience award winning cordless convenience in an all-day, everyday cordless pneumatic trim tool. Features instant shot performance with no ramp up time. No hose or air compressor to drag around. Never buy fuel cells again. Thumbwheel depth-of-drive adjustment. Specs: selectable actuation trigger, battery: One (1) Li-ion 18V, charger: 80 percent in 15 minutes, 100 percent in 45 minutes, Fastener capacity: 110, Compatible fasteners: type: DA, gauge: 15, range: 1 1/4"-2 1/2", Collation: 34 degree. 13"H x 13"L x 3"W, weighs 6 lbs. Includes: (1) 18 volt Li-Ion battery, (1) charger and (1) storage bag.
From the Manufacturer
The SENCO FN65DA, featuring Fusion Technology, has the power and utility of a pneumatic tool combined with the convenience of a cordless tool. Our patented Reflex-Shot design provides an instant shot when the trigger is pulled with no ramp-up time. Perfect for trim crews, remodelers, punch-out, or anyone who does not want to deal with the hassle of a hose and compressor. Save up to $300 a year by not having to buy any fuel cells!
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So the downside to the Paslode was that the gas cartridges smell, they made me cough b/c of the fumes, but mostly they were EXPENSIVE. Just doing one remodel on a home you'd proably go through $200.00 worth of gas cartridges(so b/c of that you might as well get a compressor, a hose, and a pneumatic nailer set up). You had to clean them thoroughly all the time...and even then sometimes they'd clam up and stop working b/c it wasn't clean ENOUGH.
Downside to the Dewalt, was the reliability of nail penetration. The flywheel design means it has a ramp up time issue. Again, the cleaning and dis-assembly ALL THE TIME.
The Senco Fusion Nailers I have (I own the F-15A and the F-18 now) annihilate the competition.
1) The convenience of the cordless technology that all cordless nailers possess. No lugging and setting up of a compress and hose, and extension cords. No tripping on extension cords and air hoses. Check
2) The Senco Fusions don't need gas. That eliminates the cost, and cleaning up the residue left by the gas. Check
3) No flywheel design flaws where there is a ramp up time for firing. It is just too hard to hang a piece of trim vertically and it won't fire. Check
The one thing I will say is that the batteries need to be charged for 45 minutes initially no matter what. Also the only downer to this Senco set up is that they give only one battery. You need to go ahead save some time, and buy an extra battery...ALL battery tools do need at least two if you have a job that will last more than two hours though so no getting around that...