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Hitachi NR90GC2 Cordless Gas Clipped Head Framing Nailer
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in Quick load rear access magazineTwo action nail feed; simply drop in the nails and pull back the feederHigh visibility magazineFold away hook fits over joists for greater convenienceLightweight, well balanced designNon-slip soft rubber grip2 x 1.4Ah batteries and 60 minute charger eliminates downtimeHigh driving power of 90JUp to 1200 nails per fuel cellLonger trigger stroke for safer useDry firing lockoutEasy to cleanEasy access fuel cell chamberNail Type Clipped (D) HeadCollation type Paper CollatedNail Angle 34°Nail Length Range 50 - 90mmNail Diameter Range 2.9 - 3.3mmMagazine Capacity 25 - 37 NailsWeight : 2.5 KgOnly plain, barbed and ring nails can be used. The use of any other type of nail can result in tool malfunction.Standard Equipment: 2 x 1.4Ah NiCd batteries, 1 hour charger, safety glasses, hex wrench, oil, carrying case
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Top Customer Reviews
A slight niggle is the batteries are a real PITA to remove, but apart from that its perfect.
I've just completed a timber frame house (5 boxes of 90mm nails)and I've had a couple of misfire and one jam....that's impressive
Just a word of caution, be careful of the gas used in the gun, it'll take all leading brands of gas / nails, but I found this works the best using Firmahold gas (especially in winter as the gas is rated to -5)
This nailer has done the job for me every time. There's no waiting time between firing, by the time the nailer is in position it's ready to go. Loading of nails and gas is easy and the battery lasts for ages. Having two batteries just makes this better. It is also very light.
The case holds everything neatly and there's room for a few nails in there too.
I'm considering the purchase of a Hitachi finishing nailer too, I shan't even look for at other brands.
It doesn't get used full time but still gets a decent work out every week.
Some reviews say the battery is awkward but I don't really have a problem, yes the pasalode is an easier battery load but that's about it!
The Hitachi is great just as good have just Finnish putting up a 70 feet fence no problems with gun
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No it never as a brand new nail gun that doesn't even work no it does not meet my expectations really disappointed an Amazon have not helped in this situation at all !!!!Published 7 hours ago by Amazon Customer
We used this nailer for building partitions in a 300sqm building. we built around 100meters of walls. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Ilan H.
Agricultural piece of rubbish, like a paslode from the dark ages. Belt / rafter clip swings about like a bit of string, nose adjustment is annoying and nose has no gripping edges... Read morePublished 20 days ago by john edwin
My first Hitachi first fix nail gun disintegrated the first day I used it, it wouldn’t even fit in the box when I sent it back to Hitachi. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike B.
Batteries stopped charging after only using it a handful of times ! Do not purchase !Published 1 month ago by james anthony folan
Only worked the day it arrived. Put it away ready for a job. Went to use it and it didn't work and has never worked since and now that my 30 day return period is finished I can't... Read morePublished 1 month ago by adrian riordan
Purchased after reading reviews on multiple nail guns & this one seemed the best value / reliability for my needs. I used to have a Paslode years ago & was very pleased with that. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jimmy FitzSimons