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Stanley Heavy Duty Staple/ Gun 0-TR250

by Stanley
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
RRP: 24.87
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  • Pinch point free design for added safety
  • Easy push handle
  • Aluminium cast housing
  • Easy access staple and brad insertion
  • Lock down handle for easier storage
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Stanley Heavy Duty Staple/ Gun    0-TR250 + Stanley Heavy Duty Staple 10MM (1000) 0-TRA706T + Stanley Heavy Duty Staple 14MM (1000) 0-TRA709T
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Technical Details
Part Number STA0TR250
Item Weight739 g
Product Dimensions23 x 4 x 26 cm
Item model numberSTA0TR250
Item Package Quantity1
Weight740 grams
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 2,023 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight739 g
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Date First Available29 Aug 2006

Product Description

Product Description

The Stanley 0TR250 is a heavy duty staple gun/nailer and is fitted with an easy push handle that will penetrate the staple or nail into a workpiece with ease. With the pinch point free design helping to protect cables, so not to get crushed on application. This Stanley 0TR250 has an aluminum cast housing for greater durability and strength and is fitted with a hi-low adjustment to match density of materials. To load the gun with staples or brads is a simple and easy action, with a quick release chamber. Complete with a lock-down handle system to help for a neat and tidy storage. This stapler will accept heavy-duty 6 mm-14 mm staples and 12 mm-15 mm brads for multiple applications -- cable laying, upholstery work, fencing, architrave fitting and much more.

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  • 1 x Stanley 0TR250 heavy-duty staple gun/ Nailer

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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Well made but lacks power. 7 May 2011
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    When they describe this product as heavy duty I thing they mean well made and suitable to regular use. I bought it to staple a new MX Motorcycle seat cover to it's plastic base. I already own a "Clarke" light duty stapler, this Stanley is no more powerfu, it struggles to fire 6mm staples into plastic. Great on wood and easy to use. Good price.
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    42 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Light Duty... 25 Nov 2010
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    Stanley TR-250,Substantially constructed piece of kit, light enough to operate single-handedly, not deafeningly loud when operated, staples/nails load easily, cool looking aluminium body, lockable mechanism for safe storage &...... to cut short- A very rugged & nifty little gadget for a number of jobs;


    Its meant for light duty usage,(or light to medium for some) good on soft wood but not very promising on hard surfaces, esp. the staples are almost useless there & a hammer will still be needed at hand, the brads on other hand, perform well on different surfaces. I haven't tried U shaped staples yet:

    My experience;(just finished my library)


    laminate flooring.......7/10 ......................4/10
    carpet laying ..........9/10 ......................7/10
    card board.............10/10.......................7/10
    paper(Argos cat.).....8/10.......................5/10
    bare wood normal.....9/10.......................7/10
    hard wood...............6/10.......................3/10
    wall board...............7/10.......................6/10
    canvas frame..........9/10........................7/10
    carpet on carpet.....10/10.......................7/10

    Hence recommended for light, everyday tasks around the house or office, very useful to have one in the tool box & definitely better than its competitors (according to most reviews) but NOT heavy duty stuff at all.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars Junk 30 Sep 2013
    By Tim
    I have had a Stanley Staple Gun TR250 for a couple of years, hardly used it at all but took the view that I would never need to buy another. It performs as other reviewers have said, the staples do go in, but it really does not have the power to put a staple in fully even into soft pine wood, and I have tried a variety of staples. So be prepared to use a hammer and punch to finish off whatever you started with the stapler. What has prompted me to write the review however, is that since I last used the stapler (to cloth cover a pinning board for the kids) the top has popped off i.e. put stapler with other tools on a shelf in it's 'locked position', noticed it at the weekend, and the black cap has been forced off (plastic sheared) by the springs, and the springs popped out (elsewhere on the shelf). The cause of this was due to really thin plastic (at a critical point) i.e. really bad design or great built in obsolescence. I would begrudgingly buy a new cap from Stanley but cannot locate this on their website. Maybe they want me to buy another stapler - well that's not going to happen.

    If you buy this Stanley TR250 Staple Gun - you have been warned! I am really very unhappy and would rate this no stars if I could!
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars I've had this for over a year so... 8 Sep 2013
    By Blessed
    I needed a good staple gun and decided after a lot of research to get this one.
    The price was in my budget and it said 'heavy' duty.
    This was my second gun, can't remember the first but that was bought from b&q.
    Right well so far I have used 6mm, 8mm and 10mm staples (original Stanley make 200 series) used mainly for upholstery. Re upholstered a full sofa and several different types of chairs over the last year for lots of family members.
    The staple have NEVER EVER gone in FULLY and had to be hammered down after stapling it in. Several men & women in the family have used it and have had the same problem.
    This is extremely infuriating.
    The previous staples in the chairs and sofas are a lot THINNER yet have been stapled in completely. So cant blame the wood!
    Any help/tips would be appreciated from anyone.
    INFURIATING & DISAPPOINTING. I didn't send it back due to the postage costs of returning it, but I really now wish I had!
    Are there any other staples I can possibly try? Suggestions?
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars Not impressed with mine 5 Jun 2013
    Looks the part, seemed pretty well made and day 1 went well. Day 2 however, was a different story. It quite simply stopped firing staples. No jam, nothing stuck, staples loaded correctly. The Mechanism works but no staples coming through other than the odd one here and there after half a dozen or more attempts. Stanley tools have gone backwards in my opinion. Won't bother with them again.
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    20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Riddled with Assumptions (but good!). 13 Jan 2012
    I think that this product has been put together with a few unwarrantable assumptions.

    First, they seem to assume you already know about staple guns and nail guns because there are no instructions with it, none at all. As a 1st timer it took me a while to figure out the right way to load staples. Black mark for that. When it came to loading nails, well, I had to go and look up on "how to" web sites. Luckily I found that the Internet is awash with people (many from a few years back) bemoaning the lack of instructions for Sharpshooters - so seems like everyone except Stanley knows that they are needed. I'll fwd this review to their customer services to see what they say! (n.b. I have never been favoured with a response so 0/10 for that!)

    Second: They seem to assume you know what staples or nails you need. They provide no samples and they don't explain the sizing scheme, just provide sizes like "14mm" but don't explain that this refers to the *depth* of the pin parts of the staple. Again, this is bewildering to a 1st timer. Some samples, so that you could try out before you do it for real, or at least a written explanation of how the sizing works would be very valuable.

    Having said all of the above, once you get the hang of this you'll find 100s of uses for it over a period of time. It really is that good, very robust and adjustable - I used it to make some cupboard door frames (stapled at their 45 degree corners) that I then faced with pine cladding (using brad nails as fixing) and it worked a treat. Quick, precise and easy. Highly recommended (if only it came with a manual and some samples).

    Alan T
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