What should you look for when buying PORTER-CABLE 20V MAX Cordless Brad Nailer Kit?
NO COMPRESSOR NEEDED This cordless brad nailer is battery powered, eliminating the need for a compressor, hose, or expensive gas cartridges.. CONSISTENT DRIVING DEPTH Our depth adjustment wheel allows you to properly countersink nails consistently. Nail Diameter 18 gauge. INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY A tool free release lever, jam release, and depth adjustment wheel make your life easier.. BETTER RUNTIME Included 1.5 Ah 20Volt MAX Lithium ion battery lasts longer than NiCad, charger included. Integrated Belt Hook Yes. 3 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY PORTER CABLE will repair, without charge, any defects due to faulty materials or workmanship for 3 years from the date of purchase.
Is this what you need when you buy PORTER-CABLE 20V MAX Cordless Brad Nailer Kit?
The PORTER-CABLE PCC790LA 20V MAX Lithium 18GA Brad Nailer Kit is 100 battery powered which eliminates need for compressor, hose or costly gas cartridges. The special motor design provides consistent firing power into various materials and climate conditions. This nailer features multiple tool free settings to provide increased productivity and user safety. The unit s lightweight and optimal center of gravity provide user comfort in multiple positions reducing user fatigue. It also offers multi functional dual LED lights to light up your workspace, and indicate errors. Fastener length capacity of 5 8 – 2 , magazine capacity of 100, with sequential firing mode and trigger lock. Includes 1 PCC680L Battery, and 1 PCC691L Charger.
Customer reviewsOutstanding Value
Have to say I m loving this cordless nailer I started running a Paslode Impulse cordless finish nailer about 10 years ago as a cabinet installer, and it sure was nice to ditch the compressor and hoses The Paslode Impulse was a pretty good tool, but, the gas cartridges were expensive and not everyone carried them. Plus, it seemed like every 2 months or so I d have to tear down the Paslode for a thorough cleaning--and even with that I seemed to get a fair amount of misfires. Still, it was soooooo nice not to have to lug a compressor around