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Barry Bucknell is my hero
13 Feb 2020
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I have two of these, hence selling one of them . . . I bought one and my generous wife, not knowing I'd already bought one, bought another for me as a "gift". It's unopened, in its case sealed in shrink film just as it was delivered (includes battery, charger and a starter pack of brads and staples)

Retail cost (although out of stock at the moment) is £175. Looking for £135 NOW £120.00 collected from Stratford-upon-Avon or plus £7 delivered. Please PM if interested.

This is the item:

.... and this is an example of the fence right round our garden that I used my gun to build . . . a LOT of tile batten and over 2000 staples - all fired in without missing a beat!

... and the spec -

Ideal for a range of materials and applications including carpeting and underlay, fabrics and blinds, ceiling tiles, thin plywood, hardboard, cardboard, wardrobe backing panels, PVC panels, picture frames, fencing, insulation, mounding and beading, plastic sheeting, roofing, upholstery, craftwork and much more.

Designed with ease of use in mind, this dual-functionality Nail and Staple Gun comes equipped with a range of features to make the task at hand simple.
Smooth action trigger switch provides outstanding driver power, allowing the gun to fire at a maximum rate of up to 60 nails per minute.
Comes with two firing modes: a single firing mode for precision placement and contact firing mode for quicker and more convenient firing.
Fitted with a two-stage safety trigger to prevent accidental use.
Depth control adjustment wheel helps protect your work surface and allows precise setting of nail heads.
An LED indicator light lets you know when the gun is in dry fire protection mode, when the battery is low and when nails or staples have become jammed.
Powered by an 18V Max. 2Ah (2,000mAh) Li-ion battery. Benefitting from no memory effect and virtually no self-discharge, this powerful battery is chargeable irrespective of its current state.
Fully charged in just 45 minutes. (Charger included)
Fires 18 gauge narrow crown staples (equivalent to type 90, No.90 Narrow Crown) in the following lengths: 19mm, 25mm, 32mm,40mm
Fires 18 gauge 2mm (1/16") crown brad nails in various lengths (equivalent to Tacwise 18G, Arrow BN18, Bostitch 18G & Rapid no. 8 brad nails) in the following lengths: 20mm, 30mm, 35mm, 40mm, 50mm.
Easy access nail/staple magazine offers fast re-loading. Includes tool belt hook. Comes complete with 200pcs 40mm nails + 200pcs 32mm staples.
  • Battery: 18V 2.0Ah Lithium
  • Battery Input Voltage: 120-240V, 50/60Hz
  • Firing Speed Rated: 20 nails/min, Max: 60 nails/min
  • Magazine Category: up to 100 nails, up to 100 staples
  • Max length of nails: 50mm / 18 gauge brad nail
  • Max Length of staples: 40mm / 18 gauge light duty staple
  • Size: 28.3 x 26.5 x 9.2 cm
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Will this reliably sink nails flush without denting the workpiece? If so I'll take it off your hands.

It's marked in the header as "SOLD" and it is, sorry. To answer your question though, yes - the pressure/force that it fires is adjustable to suit different lengths of brad or staple and different materials
Nice of you to sell but is it a silly question why you didn’t just return it and get refund?
@robgul - Lesson learned = view the "for sale" section 😉 First time here after seeing the "Yesterday's posts" email from the Forum about the dowel jig.

You appear to have found this a *very* suitable nailer/stapler tool. Had I visited here sooner I'd have possibly bought your 2nd one - at £135 🤣

Not sure if you will recall one of my earlier posts after joining the Forum about looking for some retaining 'screws' for the faceplate on the Parkside corded nailer/stapler and you directed me to go chat with my local bike shop? Well, although they did help and I updated accordingly the nailer/stapler faceplate continued to work loose and was stripping the threads on the retaining screws. I contacted Lidl's and received a letter today stating they'd refund as I requested. I started looking today for a replacement and went for this one: Excel 2-in-1 Electric Stapler Nailer Gun 15-32mm 18 Gauge Heavy Duty 230V - - - as a stopgap. Finding your post about the VonHaus lead me to search for the one you've sold and put my name down for when back in stock.

Sorry for the "ramble"...