|Item Weight||5.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 13 x 11 inches|
|Item model number||61720|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Parts and Labor|
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WEN 61720 3/4-Inch to 2-Inch 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
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- Fire brads from 3/4 to 2 inches in length
- Operate at 60 to 100 PSI with a 1/4-inch NPT air inlet fitting
- Lightweight aluminum body weighs in at 3 pounds with rubber-grip handle for maximum comfort
- Hold up to 100 brads in the magazine with a quick-release to make jam clearing a breeze
- Includes oil, two adjustment wrenches and a custom carrying case
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Remember when you could get through a job without your nailer jamming? The WEN 18-Gauge Brad Nailer effortlessly shoots brads anywhere from 3/4 to 2 inches in size. With a lightweight 3-pound aluminum body and a comfortable rubber-grip handle, this tool is the perfect companion for any job site. Just plug in your favorite air compressor and start nailing. The WEN Brad Nailer operates at anywhere from 60 to 100 PSI with a 1/4 inch NPT air inlet fitting. The spacious magazine carries up to 100 brads while the quick-release design makes jam clearing a breeze. The kit includes oil, adjustment wrenches and a custom carrying case for convenient storage between jobs. And it wouldn’t be a WEN product if it weren’t backed by a one year warranty, a friendly customer help line and a nationwide network of skilled service technicians.
- Durable Blow Mold Case
- Hex Keys
- Air Tool Oil
- Rubber-Grip Handle
- One-Year Warranty
Adjustable Exhaust Port
Easily rotate the exhaust port a full 360 degrees to control the direction of the outputted air.
Quick Release Magazine
Clear jams quickly without slowing down your work with the quick release latch located on the front of the nailer.
The cast-aluminum body weighs in at a mere three pounds, limiting the fatigue of the user during long jobs.
Depth Adjustment Wheel
Customize the depth of the fired nails by turning the depth adjustment wheel to meet the needs of the project.
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|Item Dimensions||13 x 3 x 11 in||3 x 5.9 x 3.6 in||2.2 x 9.8 x 9.7 in||9.65 x 2.6 x 9.85 in||9.65 x 10.24 x 2.2 in||—|
Remember when your brad nailer was reliable? The WEN 18-Gauge Brad Nailer effortlessly shoots brads anywhere from 3/4 to 2 inches in size. With a lightweight 3-pound aluminum body and a comfortable rubber-grip handle, this tool is the perfect companion for any job site. Just plug in your favorite air compressor and start nailing. The WEN Brad Nailer operates at anywhere from 60 to 100 PSI with a 1/4 inch NPT air inlet fitting. The spacious magazine carries up to 100 brads while the quick-release design makes jam clearing a breeze. The kit includes oil, adjustment wrenches and a custom carrying case for convenient storage between jobs. And it wouldn’t be a WEN product if it weren’t backed by a one year warranty, a friendly customer help line and a nationwide network of skilled service technicians. The WEN 18-Gauge Brad Nailer: remember when you could get through a job without your nailer constantly jamming up? Remember WEN.
The 18-gauge brad nailer from WEN fires 18-gauge brads 3/4 to 2 inches in length. It features an adjustable exhaust deflector, a rubber-wrapped handle, a quick-release for jam-clearing, an aluminum body, and a magazine window that shows the remaining brad count. The magazine holds 100 brads, and the tool operates at 60-100 psi with a 1/4-inch NPT air inlet fitting. This kit includes oil, adjusting wrenches, and a custom carrying case.See all Product description
Top customer reviews
Why the five stars? I feel that a gun for under $30 should be rated for as much as I spent not the higher end guns. So even if this thing breaks, I can buy two more and still be about the same as the cheapest I found at Home Depot. I put about 600 nails through it and wanted to use more. If you have small project and don't mind some jams here or there, I'd say give this guy a shot.
Every now and again, it fires a shot crooked and the brad comes curling out the side of the work. No, it's not because the gun isn't being held straight. I've noticed a very small spark at the tip of the gun when it misfires like this, so it seems to me like something is misaligned. Although I'm at a loss for what it could be after having opened and inspected it several times. Possibly an unacceptable tolerance in the hammer dimensions? The problem with this is that it didn't do it out of the box. I was very careful with it when I first used it and began to warm up to it after some use. In my haste, I held a joint with my bare hands and the first time it misfired and curled a brad, my thumb was pinching the joint together and for a brief couple seconds afterwards, I was very much a part of the piece. I was impressed that it fired right through the bone and out the thumbnail without hesitation though, and am a little disappointed that it healed so neatly; I had come to call it my war wound. I had been shot, after all.
Needless to say, I cleaned and wrapped the thumb and went back to it with a set of speed clamps. The speed clamps now have very mangled rubber pads because it seems to be firing more and more brads that are curling out the side. Obviously, not a characteristic you want in a finish nailer.
So, after reading some reviews, I would say that buying this nailer is a bit of a gamble. Sounds like some work excellent and if you get one that does work that well, you just got a great deal! But it also sounds like the QA standards are mixed and some come out like mine. I lost this bet, but I still day dream about finding a nice finish nailer for a good price.
update: absolutely happy with this. no misfires, shot blanks regularly though :) would be better if the nail window went al the way to the front. so you can see if there are still nails in de gun. searched for a WEN 23 gauge pin nailer, could not find one. what a shame