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1. AccuSet A100759 3/4" 23 Gauge
2. Senco DS200-14V DuraSpin Remodeler's
$10.99
3. AccuSet A100509 1/2" 23 Gauge
$10.99
4. AccuSet A100629 5/8" 23 Gauge
$189.99
5. Senco SFN30 1"- 2" Finish Nailer
$132.99
6. Senco SLP20 Brad Nailer with Case
7. Senco A9 Palm Nailer
$17.99
8. Senco 06A125P DuraSpin #6 x 1-1/4"
$113.99
9. Senco FP18 FinishPro 18-Gauge
$99.99
10. Senco SLS15 5/8"-1" 18-Gauge 1/4"
$89.99
11. Senco PC0781 / A20 Pneumatic Palm
$265.99
12. Senco SKS-L Trim Stapler
$142.49
13. Senco FP32 FinishPro 32 1-1/4"
$19.99
14. Senco 06A162P DuraSpin #6 x 1-5/8"
$24.99
15. Senco 08F175YDuraspin #8 1-3/4"
$284.99
16. Senco 2G0003N FramePro 651 Clipped
$237.49
17. Senco FP41XP 1-1/4" to 2-1/2"
18. Senco FP15 FinishPro 15 5/8"-1-1/4"
$208.99
19. Senco SLS20Narrow Crown Stapler
$28.49
20. Senco PC0678 Plastic Case for

1. AccuSet A100759 3/4" 23 Gauge Galvanized Micro Pin
by AccuSet
Tools & Hardware
list price: $8.58 -- our price: $8.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000225KK
Sales Rank: 297
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Features

  • Pin designed for delicate projects such as craft assembly
  • Package includes 2,670 3/4" pins
  • 23 gauge galvanized pin
  • Convenient clam shell package

Subjects:  1. Accuset    2. (Acuset)    3. Fasteners    4. Collated Nails    5. Pinner Nails    6. (Colated)   


2. Senco DS200-14V DuraSpin Remodeler's Screw Gun with Free SS14V Cut Out Saw
by Senco
Tools & Hardware (08 November, 2000)
list price: $249.00
Asin: B000051WTV
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Senco has long been a leading maker of air-powered fastening systems but has rarely offered tools outside this line, so when we heard they were coming out with a professional-grade cordless screw gun, we were eager to take a look. The first thing we noticed about the DuraSpin is that there really isn't anything quite like it. Designed for drywalling, floor sheathing, and underlayment applications, the DuraSpin is a lightweight, 2,300 rpm, 14.4-volt cordless tool that drives collated, Phillips-head, or square-drive screws, 1 inch to 2 inches long, rapidly and repeatedly.

To operate this gun, you hold the trigger down and get the drive up to speed (takes just a second), then drive screws by depressing the nosepiece against your material. The screws automatically advance along a track up the front of the gun. The trick is to not let up on the trigger after driving each screw, but to back off and press the nosepiece on the next spot while the drive continues spinning.

The gun features a reliable depth-of-drive adjustment that allows drywallers to get a correct depression every time without tearing the paper. We drove an entire clip in rapid succession and, using consistent pressure, achieved a uniform countersink every time. The depth-of-drive and screw-size adjustments are both toolless, as is the bit changing, which is done with a no-chuck, pop-in-type system. Changing screw strips takes only a few seconds, and the strips themselves are a nice size for conveniently carrying in a tool belt. All in all, the DuraSpin impressed us with how easy it is to use. It's lighter and more portable than competing collated screw guns, and strikes us as a must-have in a drywaller's tool kit. It isn't designed for use with an extension kit, however, so if you're going to lay floor sheathing, you'll need your kneepads.

Senco claims the 14.4-volt battery will drive 650 1-1/4-inch screws, 450 1-5/8-inch screws, or 300 2-inch screws into wood in a single charge, and while we weren't counting screws, that sounds about right. Of course, these numbers will vary depending on the material being fastened. Each tool comes with two batteries, a charger, two spare bits, and a rugged carrying case. The batteries recharge in about an hour. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

Features

  • Includes belt hook
  • 14.4-volt batteries provides the optimum balance of power, weight, and run-time across the full range of screws without bogging down
  • 1-hour charger and extra battery ensure a backup battery with a full charge
  • Long-lasting, durable clutch
  • Easy depth-o-drive adjustment regulates the precise amount of countersink

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars needs some practice
great gun, but required getting used to. In that I agree with the other reviews. But ... can you imagine, a craftsman actually having to learn how to use a tool!?

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Time Saver
I am not a professional, but I found the Duraspin screw gun to be an incredible time saver.It made drywall hanging much easier and a lot faster.I hung drywall in a garage, bedroom, bath, and laundry room with the Duraspin, and it had plenty of power.The battery held up well.The second battery was always charged and ready to go, when the first battery started to lose power.The screws almost always were sunk to the correct depth (95%+).The only time I had troubles is putting a screw into the corner of a wall, and I had to go in at an angle.Sometimes I would have to follow up and sink these screws a little deeper.

I have used the screw gun on other miscellaneous non-drywall jobs too, and I have found it to be a simple, easy and fast way to sink screws into any wood job.I would highly recommend it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Incredible waste of money
I purchased a Senco Duraspin screw gun and cut out saw several weeks ago and was rewarded with the biggest disapointment of my life.The screw gun is an absolute waste of money.Right from the box the gun jammed on a regular basis...like one in five screws.There is no reverse so one has to pull the tape through in order to free up the mechanism.You can't do that without wasting other screws and they are expensive!The gun will not operate unless it is aligned at right angles to your work...and I mean it needs to be almost perfect.It is also under powered. You would need three batteries to use the gun in concert with the cutout saw as the batteries don't stay charged long at all.If you are looking for a drywall gun..go electric for less than half the money and get a tool you can work with. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cordless Tools    2. Combo Packs    3. (Volt)    4. (V)    5. In-Line Screwdrivers    6. Drills    7. Screw Guns    8. (Drils)    9. (Screwguns)   


3. AccuSet A100509 1/2" 23 Gauge Galvanized Micro Pin
by AccuSet
Tools & Hardware
list price: $8.58 -- our price: $10.99
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Asin: B0000225KI
Sales Rank: 183
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Features

  • Pin designed for delicate projects such as craft assembly
  • Package includes 2,670 1/2" pins
  • 23 gauge galvanized pin
  • Convenient clam shell package

Subjects:  1. Accuset    2. (Acuset)    3. Fasteners    4. Collated Nails    5. Pinner Nails    6. (Colated)   


4. AccuSet A100629 5/8" 23 Gauge Galvanized Micro Pin
by AccuSet
Tools & Hardware
list price: $8.58 -- our price: $10.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000225KJ
Sales Rank: 423
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Features

  • Pin designed for delicate projects such as craft assembly
  • Package includes 2,670 5/8" pins
  • 23 gauge galvanized pin
  • Convenient clam shell package

Subjects:  1. Accuset    2. (Acuset)    3. Fasteners    4. Collated Nails    5. Pinner Nails    6. (Colated)   


5. Senco SFN30 1"- 2" Finish Nailer with Case
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $359.00 -- our price: $189.99
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Asin: B0000226BW
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

A longtime leader in the pneumatic nailer industry, Senco has encountered tough competition from other brands in recent years. Showing they're up to the challenge, Senco recently redesigned much of their line, including their finish nailers. The SFN30 is a lightweight gun (only 3.6 pounds) and comes with a comfortable rubber grip, making it an easy gun to work with all day without suffering hand/arm fatigue. It fires 15-gauge finish nails ranging from 1 to 2 inches in length. Using the depth-of-drive adjustment, we were able to achieve a uniform countersink with every shot. We really appreciate Senco's Neverlube design, which requires no oiling and eliminates the chance of getting oil overspray on the woodwork--it's a great innovation that the competition (to remain competitive) will have to pick up on soon. The SFN30 comes with a no-mar safety tip and allows you full access to the firing chamber to clear jams should the need arise (it didn't in our tests). There's also a handy built-in belt hook. While most Senco nailers come with an adjustable exhaust port, this model doesn't, a bit of a disappointment. It's an undeniably good solid finish nailer, though; with its Neverlube design, Senco continues to set the industry standard. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

Features

  • One-year warranty
  • Industrial quality
  • Never-lube design
  • Adjustable depth of drive
  • Lightweight and well balanced

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Nailer
I have had this nailer for a few days now.I'm using this nailer to face nail the first couple of rows of Brazilian cherry hardwood floors.It's lightweight and small.It does an excellent job.i don't like the cheap foam grip though.

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME
This tool is light weight and comfortable to use.It is made of an indestructible poly material which in my opinion is every bit as durable as the more traditional aluminum housing.I've had no problems with jamming or the no mar nose piece. The belt hook well..... I didn't find it useful, thats not to say you wont.This is a professional quality tool that would make a nice addition to any mans shop. It's user friendly too,with top or bottom re-build kits readily available should you ever need one. I do have a few small gripes about this tool and senco.The exhaust port you cant adjust,the air fitting that dosen't come with the tool.Why dosen't senco offer smaller packs of their brand nails.The smallest box of galvenized I could find was 4,000.I do recommend this tool it truely is awesome.Made in america and built to last.Now get out there and build something

5-0 out of 5 stars I keep this one for me
What a lovely finish nailer. If you don't need to fire 2 1/2" nails then this gun is even better than the SFN40, it is lighter and better balanced. A lot of peolpe are raving about how the new Bostitch will fire into cinder block and the like - c'mon guys these are FINISH nailers. Anybody who has used a firearm will tell you that the lighter the gun the more recoil. You have to strike a balance and with Senco's usual quality, reliability, and oiless design I'll take this one every time. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Finish Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


6. Senco SLP20 Brad Nailer with Case
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $262.00 -- our price: $132.99
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Asin: B0000225KX
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

One of the most popular brad nailers on the market, this model from Senco is lightweight, oil free, and perfect for work on fine woods and trim. It has a comfortable foam grip and, at only 2.3 pounds, you'll be able to use it all day without having to worry about excessive arm fatigue. The nailer drives 5/8- to 1-5/8-inch medium- and slight-head brads and offers easy side loading and a handy jam-clearing feature. Since it's oil free, you can forget that morning maintenance ritual and--better yet--you won't have to worry about getting oil on fine woods. Overall, this is an easy-to-use unit that should be given serious consideration if you're looking for an everyday brad nailer. --Jonathon Tudor ... Read more

Features

  • Oil-free design
  • Drives slight and medium heads
  • Lightweight, only 2.3 pounds
  • Easy side loading
  • E-Z Clear for jams

Reviews (11)

3-0 out of 5 stars Has difficulty countersinking
I've used the SLP20 at work (remodeling), and overall think it's probably a good brad nailer.I suspect that the one we're using may have a defect or be wearing out (although it's relatively new).The majority of the time, ours fails to countersink any size of brad.Instead it flush drives the brads or leaves the head slightly above the wood surface.This means that we have to get out the nail set, which leaves a larger than desirable mark on the wood.It's time consuming to set the brads by hand, and unacceptable when we're working with stain-grade woods.

Recently a colleague bought a reconditioned Porter Cable BN200A to use instead of the Senco.The first one had misfiring problems, but the second one works fine.It's too early to know how the Porter Cable will hold up, but it sure is nice to have a brad nailer that can properly countersink the brads.

I've also used an Hitachi NT50AE that another finish carpenter at our jobsite really likes.For the price (it's the cheapest of the three on Amazon.com), I'd probably go with the Hitachi although I don't like the fact that it's a little taller than the others.

5-0 out of 5 stars happy woodworker
Love the gun is a multipurpose gun for woodworking

5-0 out of 5 stars Changed my life
A couple of years ago I embarked on a remodel of my house, and I was determined to perform all of the interior finish carpentry, and refurnish with Arts and Craft style furniture.After quite a bit of research I settled on two nailers, a Senco finish nailer and this SLP-20.Since that time I've used these tools to drive hundreds (thousands?) of nails and brads, into wood ranging from oak to soft pine, and they have never failed me.I now approach any nailing task with utter confidence in my tools, and I'm a better woodworker for it.I have never regretted spending somewhat more for my Senco nailers because they have never let me down.The one servicing need I had cleared up an air leak problem instantly, thanks to the folks at the service center.The SLP-20 is a high quality product, and is money well spent.If you're in the market for a brad nailer, this is the one to buy. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Brad Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


7. Senco A9 Palm Nailer
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $192.31
Asin: B0000225L0
Sales Rank: 10433
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Compact, well balanced
  • Lightweight, only 2-1/2 pounds
  • Drives 6d to 16d nails
  • Works underwater
  • *Hose and fittings not included

Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very useful tool
I am a novice "weekend" carpenter.I recently purchased an older home that has needed a bunch of work which I like to do myself to the extent possible.My wife was getting frustrated with how long it took me to get projects done and was threatening to call in some expensive help.

I bought the palm nailer because I could not foresee enough projects to justify the cost (and storage hassle) of buying a framing gun.The palm nailer seemed like an interesting solution.I bought the Senco A9 because of Senco's reputation and the reviews that I read here.(I considered the A20 with all of the gadgets, but read a couple of things about it that scared me, so I decided to stick with what seemed to be the best.)

I can't compare this to other palm nailers, but so far this has worked great.It's pretty fun to use, and it has fulfilled my stated purpose of speeding up my work.When I need to bang something together (especially in awkward or high places, such as building storage spaces above the garage rafters), I can finish the job in a fraction of the time.

Also, our home is plaster, and driving a nail with a palm nailer creates a lot less vibration (and potential damage to plaster) than a hammer in my novice hands (and probably, for that matter, in anyone's hands).

This has definitely satisfied my desire to have a tool to allow me to quickly drive big nails without having to buy a framing gun.Assuming it holds up, I would recommend this to anyone.

Let me add a few items for those potential buyers who are novices.I had done some internet research on palm nailers before buying this (i.e., google searches, etc.) but had not spoken to anyone who had actually used one.Most of this is probably obvious to experienced tradespeople, but these are the things I wish I had known before buying this product.

1.Unlike a traditional nail gun, this device seems to work by percussion (striking the nail) rather than by shooting the nail.It's like a mini-jack hammer.You place the nail inside the guide (the little tube you see sticking out in the picture), press the nail against the surface, and when there is enough pressure in the guide, the little "hammer" inside the guide rapidly hits the nail until the nail has been driven in.Even though it works by percussion, the nailer does not vibrate the nailing surface the way a hammer would.

2.Because it operates by striking the nails, it's pretty loud.

3.Before buying, I had actually thought (don't ask me why, ignorance combined with wishful thinking) that I might be able to drive both round head and 6d finish nails (i.e., nails without heads) with this and have an all in one poor man's finish and framing gun.This is not a tool for driving finish nails, although I actually succeeded in driving a couple with it.First, because the heads of finish nails are small, it's hard to make them sit straight in the guide.Second, this nailer is activated by the guide pressing (with some force) against the nailing surface.In my experience, you will definitely leave marks on the surface being nailed.In other words, don't think this can be used as a finish nailer!

4.I have had a little trouble getting the nails to sit straight in the magnetic guide.Because the tool is meant to accomodate nails of different size, the nail does not sit tight/flush in the guide.As you are pressing the nail against the nailing surface, I sometimes end up pointing the nail in an unintended direction.I'm sure that this will improve over time, but in the meantime, when I am worried about alignment, I go ahead and start the nail with a blow from the hammer and then press the nailer against it and it works fine.

5. My guess is that this is probably a little safer than a framing gun.I don't think it would be possible to shoot a nail across the room with this tool.Also, it's much lighter.

6.Senco's instructions really stink.That doesn't matter if you are an experience tradesperson, but it creates interesting challenges for novices.

All in all, I think this is a great choice for a home handyman/woman who wants a quick way of driving roundhead nails without buying a framing gun.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pontius P, take note!
My brother-in-law is a carpenter by trade, and when his sister informed him that I had "taken up" home improvement, he immediately presented me with a gift-wrapped Palm Nailer - delighted, no doubt, that I had acquired a pass-time more manly than walking our Bichon Frise.The sad truth is that I only improved my home for a few hours one afternoon, until a misadventure with a wiring kit caused a major local blackout.However to make Raul feel better I now repair to the cellar whenever he pulls into our driveway, and set to audibly firing nails into a variety of boards that I assembled for that purpose.I have found that the Palm Nailer requires little in the way of set-up, and can be readily deployed by novice and expert alike.It truly packs a wallop, and can drive nails through walls, board, planks, and (no doubt) careless human hands with extraordinary power & precision.Speaking of which, the people at Senco must be commended for their admirable candor about the gory dangers associated with this efficient but lethal appliance.Phillip Morris didn't name its flagship product the Marlboro Cancer Stick.Microsoft doesn't call its operating system the Monopolist's Bludgeon.But Senco has named this mighty new tool after the worst-case scenario facing the novice user (although I noticed that they don't yet have a "Digit Severer" or a "Carotid Puncturer" on offer).

5-0 out of 5 stars great for nailing in tight spots
I actually own the newer A20 model, which is only ...At this price, this tool is a reasonable purchase for the do-it-yourselfer and from Senco's website, I could not find any substantial differences from the pricier A9 model.This tool is great for remodeling work since it can nail in tight locations where swinging a hammer or fitting a drill or conventional nailgun is impossible.For new construction, it works well for attaching metal brackets such as joist hangers.It takes a little practice to start and drive 16d nails straight, but they go in almost effortlessly with little recoil.If you already own a compressor, then I recommend you get one of these-you will avoid a lot of aching arms and blisters! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Specialty Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


8. Senco 06A125P DuraSpin #6 x 1-1/4" Drywall to Wood Screws (1000 Pack)
by DuraSpin
Tools & Hardware (08 November, 2000)
list price: $18.79 -- our price: $17.99
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Asin: B000051WTW
Sales Rank: 3132
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 6" x 1-1/4" screws for attaching drywall to wood
  • Packaged in unique see-through tub for accessibility
  • 1,000 screws for extended flooring jobs
  • Duraspin design for easy spinning and strong attachments

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars it's clear now
great product even the can its in is for my convenienance! i can seeif i need moor. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Fasteners    2. Collated Screws    3. Specialty Screws    4. (Colated)   


9. Senco FP18 FinishPro 18-Gauge Brad Nailer, 5/8" - 2"
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $129.99 -- our price: $113.99
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Asin: B00006IZH8
Sales Rank: 2060
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Soft grip handle
  • FinishPro18 drives 18 gauge brads 5/8-inch to 2 inches
  • Includes case, fittings, repair tools, and oil
  • One-year warranty
  • Adjustable depth-of-drive

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars No for Pros
I own a small home improvement/remodeling company and own many fine tools that I depend on everyday to make a living, I expect the best possible performance from each of them and try to buy accordingly. This Senco brad nailer is a BIG joke, it WILL NOT countersink nails no matter what you do, jams frequently and is not comfortable to grip due to the way the foam overlaps itself on the handle. I immediatley took it back to the store it came from and bought another bostich, I have yet to have any problems with it, I give many thanks to Bostich for another great product!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Ok gun, few problems
I am a trimmer by trade so keep in mind I shoot 300 nails a day with this gun, so some problems might be purely wear related.

It is a descent gun, we have 75+ of them at work and they are descent except for a few very common problems.

1. If you have one of the first ones off the line the triggers have a tendency to not work correctly.The safety doesn't keep the gun from firing, so in other words you can pull the trigger and the gun will fire without pushing it against anything.There was a recall for the triggers, so I am assuming the more recently built ones are fixed.

2. We have had problems with the guns not setting the nails completely. It happens in about 10% of them.When the gun is pushed against the wood, the tip of the gun won't go all the way against it, doesn't matter if you have the depth set to the deepest setting.This can be fixed by grinding down the safey and the nose a little bit.

3.Sometimes the gun won't shoot a nail.It will fire, but the firing pin will go between the nails and the casing. I am not sure if it is the nails not sliding ahead far enough or something else.This could be the brand of nails.

But overall nothing that would keep me from buying another one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice price for SENCO
Decided to get a brad nailer for case and baseboard molding, with the intention to use it for cabinetry and other woodworking in the future.(If I only planned on using it for house trim work, I would have gone with a 16 or 15 gauge nailer, yes.)

I didn't notice anything obviously better between the Senco, Porter Cable, Bostitch, etc.But when you read the reviews, no one ever seems to be able to dislike a Senco nailer.Have you noticed this trend?So, this was enough reason for me to spend the few extra dollars on the Senco.

I must say that I am in no way disappointed with this nailer's performance.I put up baseboards around a 21x21 room with some funny angles, as well as casing on a couple doors.It always sunk that little 2" brad just right.No surprises at all.Never a jam.It didn't mar that pre-primed soft molding, either.I really felt this thing was on my side, trying to accomplish the same thing I was.One nice feature is the rear exhaust.The exhaust air comes out the back of the tool, just above the air inlet.Not much chance of staining your work with the oily discharge air.

The only complaint I can come up with is the way the cushion grip is designed.The grip is a cushy material that is wrapped around the body.But the material overlaps itself on the bottom side of the grip, near the trigger.It feels a little funny at first, and I wonder if it will forever remain stuck to itself, or if this will someday seperate and start peeling away.Oh well, I can't take points away for something I only fear will happen.

I definitely recommend this nailer to anyone in the market for one. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Brad Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


10. Senco SLS15 5/8"-1" 18-Gauge 1/4" Crown Finish Stapler
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $129.00 -- our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000C6DWH
Sales Rank: 16782
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Features

  • Full soft grip for comfort and control
  • Drives 18-gauge 1/4" crown staples from 1/2"-1"
  • Adjustable depth-of -drive
  • One-year warranty
  • Low load indicator

11. Senco PC0781 / A20 Pneumatic Palm Nailer
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $169.00 -- our price: $89.99
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Asin: B000087QPD
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Here's a handy little nailer at a great price. Palm nailers have their fans, and if you're one of them, you'll like this model. Its 2.5 pounds are well-balanced and made even easier to handle because of the soft rubber palm pad and nice leather grip. One downside of palm nailers is the need to feed each nail individually, but the A20 features a magnetic nail guide that speeds up your driving. It's ideal for joust hangers, metal straps, and pole barn assembly. The home do-it-yourselfer will like it because it eliminates the dimpling that always goes along with hand nailing. Just a little pressure activates the firing mechanism for trouble-free fastening.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Leather grip reduces fatigue
  • Drives bulk nails from 5d to 70d
  • Balanced 2.5 pound weight
  • Soft rubber palm pad for comfortable grip
  • Magnetic nail guide for faster and easier driving

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars When a hammer won't do.
The Senco palm nailer provides the ideal solution in situations where a regular old hammer comes up short.I first purchased this nailer when a remodeling project required 8d nails be driven under an existing roof line that provided less than 7 inches of vertical clearance.Clearly not a hammer job.I've driven 8d - 16d nails with roughly equal success, although the smaller nails will occassionally bend if the drive angle is not consistantly maintained.If you can't tolorate an occassional bent nail, I've found using stick nails (purchased for my Porter Cable F350 nail gun) solves the problem.Although I originally pruchased the palm nailer for use in difficult-to-reach locations, I've grown to using it more in situations where convential tools would also work.It's light-weight (unlike conventional nail guns), drives a 16d nail in less than 2 seconds, and, at the end of a remodeling day, doesn't send me home with a sore wrist and arm.All in all, a very good investment.

2-0 out of 5 stars Wrong photo as A9
I bought this model to replace an A9 that was stolen.
This isa poor substitute, for the A9, definitely not up to Senco's reputation.This appears to be a budget model. I use this tool weekly, I drive alot of 12d and 16d casing nails, they get jambed in the head, this never happend with the A9. Is probably fine for framing nails, hanger nails etc.I wish
senco would stick to quality tools only, not the budget market. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Specialty Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


12. Senco SKS-L Trim Stapler
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $412.00 -- our price: $265.99
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Asin: B0000225KY
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Senco's SKS-L trim stapler is an excellent tool for a number of woodworking applications. In addition to cabinet, furniture, and molding assembly, it is also used on doors, window casings, trim, crating, agricultural boxes, fencing, and wood crafts. This medium-wire trim stapler is capable of driving 1/4-inch crown staples in lengths ranging from 7/8 to 1-1/2 inches. We found this model to be lightweight (only 4.2 pounds) and versatile, capable also of attaching aluminum and vinyl siding, underlayment, roofing sheathing, and decking materials. It holds 158 staples and comes with a restrictive trigger; however, Senco will provide a dual-action (bump-firing) trigger that allows for a firing rate of up to five staples per second. Senco is a pioneer of the oil-free industry--this stapler never needs lubrication, ensuring virtually trouble-free operation and low maintenance. The SKS-L is a great tool for general woodworking applications and beyond. --Tom Kasperson ... Read more

Features

  • Weighs only 4.2lbs
  • For general woodworking applications
  • Totally oil-less operation
  • Drives staples 7/8 in. to 1-1/2 in. with a 1/4 in. crown
  • Virtually maintenance free

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Powerful Stapler but lacking in features
For some tasks, a staple provides a stronger attachment than a small headed nail.A nail depends upon friction between the nail and the wood for its holding power.Sometimes the material being attached just does not provide a good friction grip, although the underlying material does.In these cases, a staple works better because the crown traps some of the upper material between the two legs.The upper material can't come loose unless the staple pulls out or the material breaks.That's why I went in search of a stapler

Before I purchased this stapler, I tried the Senco SLS20 stapler.The SLS20 was just not powerful enough - it would not drive one inch staples into maple through a drawer bottom.This stapler solves that problem.It's powerful enough to handle any wood I choose.I also like the oilless feature, not only because there's no oil to mar the work I'm doing, but also because I always forget to oil nailers that require oil.Although I haven't owned this stapler long enough to comment, other users have commented that the SKS is rugged and reliable over time.

While the SKS is a powerful stapler, there are a number of shortcomings to it.

1.The unit is big and heavy which makes it hard to maneuver.
2.There's no depth adjustment on the gun (the documentation erroneously says there is).To change the depth adjustment you have to buy a different driver and install it, or grind the existing one.You won't change the drive depth very often with this unit.
3.The gun does not detect when it's out of staples but keeps firing (blanks).The operator has to notice that nothing is being driven and re-load the stapler.The driver marks the surface even though no staple is driven so it's not easy to notice that nothing is being driven.
4.The air exhaust is not adjustable so you get blasted in the face under certain conditions.
5.The documentation is miserable - worse manual I've ever seen.
6.The gun is extremely expensive when compared to other narrow crown staplers.

All-in-all, it appears to me that the SKS is an old design that Senco keeps around, perhaps because there's not enough competition in this segment of the market to cause them to bring out a more modern design.I would recommend shopping around before you buy the SKS.There must be better staplers out there but I don't have enough experience yet to recommend one to you.

Update May 4, 2004:After using the SKS-L stapler for a few months, an additional problem appeared.The spring on the magazine is fairly weak.When the magazine gets low, the spring is not strong enough to push the staples into firing position and the gun fires a blank.The problem is intermittent - the gun may miss two or three staples and then begin firing again for a few staples.Because of the marking of the wood by the driver, you can't tell if a staple has been driven except by attempting to lift the wood to see if it is attached.The problem does not happen when the magazine is full.

Senco support has been fairly responsive to my problem and is sending me replacement parts.

5-0 out of 5 stars Senko
This, by far is the best staple gun on the market(you will get what you pay for).. I've shot over 10,000 staples through everything from siding,sheathing to fence boards out of this stapler without one jamb. The oil-free feature makes it and even more "Must Have".. From the General Contractor to the "Weekender"..

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely the finest trim stapler on the market !
I have used this product for over ten years. It works well in every application from entertainment scenery fabrication to cabinet frames.This fastener range is excellent for the home user.It satisfies a wide variety of applications. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Staplers    3. Finish Staplers    4. (Staple Guns)   


13. Senco FP32 FinishPro 32 1-1/4" to 2-1/2" 16 Gauge Finish Nailer
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $179.00 -- our price: $142.49
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Asin: B00006F707
Sales Rank: 6769
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • No-mar pad and belt hook
  • FinishPro32 drives 16 gauge finish nails 1-1/4 to 2-1/2 inches
  • Includes case,fittings,repair tools,oil and a fastener rebate.
  • 1-year warranty
  • Adjustable depth-of-drive

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good performance, value
I've been using the FP32 for only a few weeks so I can't comment on durability, but I've been happy with the performance-value aspect. Previous reviewer dissed foam grip which is definitely cheapo (one star deduction). But for the price it shoots nails nicely and has a decent length range which is 1-1/4" to 2-1/2". Also, depth adjustment works well (air must be disconnected to adjust). Nail track is beveled at tail which helps fit in some tight spots--but not like an angle nailer. To unload nails, just depress the lever through the finger hole in the spring-loaded lever and out they slide. Also a 1/4" male coupler is included (which is new for Senco, I think).

3-0 out of 5 stars Good value with some limitations
When my wife asked me to install some crown molding, I figured that this was the time to invest in a compressor and nail gun.The FinishPro 32 looked like a good value and, for the occasional user, it certainly is.The instruction book is very limited and I have yet to find out how to unload nails from the unit.The straight magazine makes getting into some tight spots a little more difficult than an angled nailer would be but, for the difference in price, the nail guns with an angled magazine were not worth it to me.The foam grip on the handle began to disintegrate by the time I had driven a couple hundred nails.If I were running a production shop, this would not be the gun I would choose but, for my home improvement and furniture building chores it has been serving me quite well.I would buy it again. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Finish Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


14. Senco 06A162P DuraSpin #6 x 1-5/8" Drywall to Wood Screws (1000 Pack)
by DuraSpin
Tools & Hardware (08 November, 2000)
list price: $21.67 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B000051WTX
Sales Rank: 3015
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Features

  • Packaged 1,000 Screws per tub. 6 tubs per master-pac

Subjects:  1. Fasteners    2. Collated Screws    3. Specialty Screws    4. (Colated)   


15. Senco 08F175YDuraspin #8 1-3/4" Flooring to Wood Screws (1,000)
by Senco
Tools & Hardware (08 November, 2000)
list price: $25.50 -- our price: $24.99
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Asin: B000051WTY
Sales Rank: 1917
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Features

  • 8" x 1-3/4" screws for attaching flooring materials to wood subflooring
  • Packaged in unique see-through tub for accessibility
  • 1,000 screws for extended flooring jobs
  • Duraspin design for easy spinning and strong attachments

Subjects:  1. Hardware    2. Fasteners    3. Screws    4. Collated Screws    5. Specialty Screws    6. (Colated)   


16. Senco 2G0003N FramePro 651 Clipped Head Nailer
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $349.99 -- our price: $284.99
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Asin: B00006AE46
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Editorial Review

Lightweight and rugged, the Senco FramePro 651 has a super-softgrip that takes the toil out of using the tool. Among its other winningfeatures: the EZ Clear jam-clearing mechanism and the company'simpressive ThinkTrac Technology, which features a state-of-the-artmicroprocessor chip that prevents unintentional nail drives withoutslowing you down. ThinkTrac Technology gives you enough time to drive anail, but if you don't fire within the time frame, the tool will timeout and block the fire. Because of this, you can use the gun as both abottom fire (bounce fire) and sequential fire (restrictive trigger)tool without stopping and changing triggers--the technology figures outwhich trigger action you want. Loading is quick and easy, and we likethe no-slip saw-tooth edge on the safety that virtually ensures yournail will fire exactly where you want. Senco has a great--andwell-earned--reputation for this type of tool, and the FramePro 651lives up to it. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • FramePro 651 provides 15% more power than FramePro 601
  • Sawtooth safety that digs in for precision toe-nailing
  • Shorter, straight-line 30-degree magazine for better line of sight and superior maneuverability
  • Adjustable exhaust depth-of-drive control
  • Soft grip handle reduces fatigue

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Framing Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


17. Senco FP41XP 1-1/4" to 2-1/2" 15-Gauge Finish Nailer with Case
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $458.00 -- our price: $237.49
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Asin: B00008NFQ7
Sales Rank: 730
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Low recoil
  • Lightweight, weighs 4.7 pounds
  • Angled magazine
  • Adjustable depth of drive
  • Requires no lubrication

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Setting the Standard
I am a pro contractor who builds fine homes in the Lake Tahoe area.
Senco sets the standard by which all other nailers are rated.I have the new FP41XP and I love it.My old SFN40 is still going strong after about 10 years of heavy use.I had a Bostich (Stanley ) finish nailer before but I found it underpowered compared to the Senco.The nails used for the Bostich are inferior too.The so called galvinized16Ga Bostich nails rusted easy.Senco nails are the best quality.The galvinized nails look like stainless and will not rust.The tip is easy to un jam if you hit something hard and bend a nail.The nailer has enough power to easily set a nail into 5/4 white oak.The gutless Bostich could not set a nail into 5/4 white oak.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Nail Gun!
No issues with mine, great handling, nails set perfect everytime, quieter than most, and oil-free!I have used different sized nails with no problem.Buy one it's great!

3-0 out of 5 stars Sometimes doesn't shoot
I purchased this nailer from the BOB to install lots of 3/8" plywood sheets in the garage.A friend had lent me his Pasco framing nailer for the 2x4's. The Pasco works well, no misfires, no jams.The contractor must have it set in production mode because it was easy to shoot two nails in trigger pull.

The Senco was also a joy to use. No noticeable weight, well balanced, and considerably quieter than the Paslode (it is a smaller gun). Depth of nail was easily set and consistent.

I had three complaints with the Senco: 1) Air connector nipple was not included, necessitating another trip to the BOB. 2) Nails do not shoot consistently. I can fire 20 times, then 4 misfires. Usually when I'm in the most inconvenient place. It has something to do with the safety switch or nail guard not completely activating when the gun is set. I will contact Senco and/or BOB today. If they can advise a fix, the gun stays.If not, back it goes.Too bad. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Finish Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


18. Senco FP15 FinishPro 15 5/8"-1-1/4" 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $129.00
Asin: B0000C6DWG
Sales Rank: 17090
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Low load indicator and no-mar pad -to protect work surface
  • Drives 18-gauge brads 5/8"-1-1/4"
  • Soft grip handle
  • One-year warranty
  • Adjustable depth-of-drive

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars I LOVE my Senco
This gun is lightweight, reasonably quiet, well balanced and I like it just a bit better than the more expensive Porter Cable I received as a gift. It just "feels" better in the hand.

My only complaint is that I am limited to 1-1/4" nails, enough for most jobs I do.If I had it to do over again, I would spend just a little more and buy the FinishPro 18 instead (2" capacity.)

I hope this helps!Good Luck.
... Read more


19. Senco SLS20Narrow Crown Stapler with Case
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $317.00 -- our price: $208.99
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Asin: B0000225KZ
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Senco air-powered tools are famous for their durability and features, and this finish stapler is no exception. The PowerPlus SLS20 is incredibly powerful yet surprisingly lightweight; combining an ergonomic design and a soft grip, it's also exceptionally easy to handle. Its magazine has the capacity to hold 168 18-gauge, 3/8- to 1-1/2-inch staples. We appreciate the adjustable depth-of-drive control that allows for precise countersinking, an especially important feature for furniture assembly. This stapler is also excellent for working on molding, trim, underlayment, soffits, and crafts. Safety is a chief concern with pneumatic staplers, and Senco pneumatic products include impressive safety features. A no-mar safety and restrictive trigger reduce the chances of accidental firings. The bottom-load magazine has a smart design, including a molded lever that keeps the magazine from accidentally opening. There's also a clear sight hole so you can check on the staple supply. Of course, only a well-maintained tool is a safe tool, and Senco designed the PowerPlus SLS20 with this in mind: this stapler never needs lubrication and has only one moving seal, resulting in virtually trouble-free operation. --Tom Kasperson ... Read more

Features

  • No-mar pad
  • Lightweight, only 2-1/2 pounds
  • Adjustable depth-of-drive control
  • Oil-free design
  • E-Z Clear for jams

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Bit of a disappointment
I own a Senco FP25XP brad nailer and have been extremely satisfied with it - so when I decided to purchase a narrow crown stapler, I chose Senco again.My two options were the SLS20 (this one) or the SKS-L.The SLS20 was less expensive and reviewers here gave it good ratings so I ordered the SLS20.

When I received it, however, I was a bit disappointed.The cushion grip is not moulded like on the FP25, but is a piece of foam rubber wrapped around the handle and glued.And because of the way it's wrapped, it's unconfortable in your hand.Probably won't take very long before it begins to come unglued and looks all ratty.

The second disappointment was that the unit will not drive one inch staples into maple - it leaves the head proud by about 1/16.I checked the pressure on my compressor and it's in spec.The unit will drive 3/4 inch staples into maple.

The third disappointment was that the unit did not come with a case, even though Amazon advertises it as shipping with a case.

The fourth disappointment was when I found the SLS20 at a much lower price at a major home improvement store.

Overall, I'd recommend buying the SKS-L, or if you can tolerate the reduced power, go with a lower priced Senco stapler.

I returned the SLS20 and ordered the SKS-L.While the SKS-L has its own problems, it does have the power that the SLS20 is lacking.

5-0 out of 5 stars wrong picture people
The picture you have in the ad is of the senco brad nailer...Please fix it so as not to confuse the customers...

5-0 out of 5 stars Smooth
I've used this stapler quite extensively around the house and it has performed flawlessly. No jams, very smooth operation.Nothing more to say, this is the cream of the crop as far as narrow crown staplers go.It's worth the extra money. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Staplers    3. Finish Staplers    4. (Staple Guns)   


20. Senco PC0678 Plastic Case for Clipped Head Framing Nailers
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $34.00 -- our price: $28.49
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Asin: B0000225KO
Sales Rank: 7311
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars With the air stud in, the gun does fit!!
I purchased this case and it works fine.I did have the correct "air stud" (3/8 NTP), so I didn't have to use an adapter bushing.But, it looks like it would fit (just barely) even with a bushing installed.

3-0 out of 5 stars with the air stud in, the gun does not fit!!
Well, I have to say, although it is good to have a plastic case for my prized framing nailer, I certainly wish it fit with the 1/4 NPT stud attached.I also have a 3/8 to 1/4 NTP converter, so it might fit with just a 3/8 stud.Either way, my Senco brad and staplers all fit with the stud attached.It just needs to be a 1/2 wider! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Framing Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


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