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Tacwise 0664 500EL 230V Nailer

by Tacwise

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Technical Details
Part Number TAC0664
Item Weight4.2 Kg
Product Dimensions44 x 37.8 x 10 cm
Item model numberTAC0664
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000X2B608
Best Sellers Rank 115,505 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 Kg
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Date First Available5 Oct. 2007
  
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Product Description

0664 Master Nailerâ"¢ 500EL Pro .

Electric 18g angled brad gun. Fires 7 different lengths of nails up to 50 mm handling a huge variety of 2nd fix tasks, including refurb and construction jobs around the home, garden projects, through to precision work as well as applications in the workshop from fixing furniture backs to assembling jigs and rigs. The angled magazine gives excellent accessibility into tight corners.

Fires 18guage 500 series angled nails from 20-50 mm.
Worlds first 50 mm electric nail gun.
Angled magazine for better accessibility.
Staple/nail refill window.
Single shot safety trigger.
Rubber nose protector.
Supplied in heavy-duty carry case.
Comes ready to use with 1000 nails.



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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By House Martin from Bristol on 24 Feb. 2009
I am a domestic carpenter, and have used the Tacwise 500EL for four years which is fantastic for the abuse it gets! Overall its a handy tool as long as you know its limitations,ie. it wont nail 50mm nails very well unless the wood is very soft,it does leave a mark in soft woods and is a bit tricky to nail through the tongue on T&G panel. On the plus side the nails are cheap, its nails are galvanised its simple to use and is a great cost effective labour saving tool with no compressor!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dr D on 5 Aug. 2011
Having read some of the reviews for this product that warned of jams, etc., I was a little apprehensive but I decided to trust the 5 star reviews and go for this nailer.

I am not a great DIYer but decided that a nailer would be a worthwhile acquisition as I had a large close board fence that I wanted to build.

The Tacwise 500EL was brilliant. I have used well in excess of a 1000 nails to date and never a hint of a jam. It is easy to use even for a DIY novice such as myself and I did finish up with a blister on my hand to show how much work I was able to get through with this tool!!

So in summary, easy to use and so quick.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Pammy on 25 May 2011
have used it extensively since i bought and have had only one jam you have to put slight pressure on the back to sink nails fully but no problem would recommend this to anybody
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By P. Venters on 10 Nov. 2011
Brilliant tool if you have got loads of nailing to do; wish I'd baught one years ago. Its easy to load and drives the nails very well. Even 2" into quite hard wood and chipboard were no problem. You need to apply quite a bit of pressure to the back of the gun when using long nails or working with hard woods or the heads of the nails will not sit flush. There is occasional denting to softer woods from the safety shoe but nothing serious.
The nails (or rather, pins) are only 18 gauge but seem to be pretty strong and hold very well.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mike Dempsey on 27 July 2011
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I bought this nailer in order to install 100m of feather edge fencing using posts rails and boards i.e. not panels. 50mm nails worked fine through 7/8 boards and into 35mm thick rails. The finished job is firm and attractive. I am not a professional fencer, but one came to help me at one point and was very impressed with the gun, so much so he keeps borrowing it off me.
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