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Tacwise 191ELS with 180 Nail Selection Pack & 91 Staple Selection Pack (Bundle Pack)

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  • Upgraded version of UK's best selling corded electric nail gun
  • Fires Tacwise 91 Type narrow crown staples 15-30mm, Tacwise 180 type nails 15-35mm
  • Offered as a bundle with a 180 Nail Selection Pack (15-30mm nails) and a 91 Staple Selection Pack (15-30mm staples).
  • Upgraded "S" model now with flip open nose feature
  • Also incoorporates a professional magazine with a quick release system for fast/easy reloading
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Tacwise 191ELS with 180 Nail Selection Pack & 91 Staple Selection Pack (Bundle Pack) + Tacwise 180 NAIL ASSORTMENT PACK (4000) 18G + Tacwise 180/35MM 18G NAILS  (1000)
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Technical Details
Part Number 1214
Item Weight3.6 Kg
Product Dimensions41.6 x 29.2 x 8.4 cm
Item model number1214
Plug FormatG - 3 pin British
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00ID7AFX4
Best Sellers Rank 786 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.6 Kg
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Date First Available7 Feb 2014
  
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Upgraded electric brad gun and stapler from Tacwise. Fires 7 different lengths of nails up to 35 mm and 4 different lengths of staples up to 30 mm. Offered on Amazon as a bundle with a Tacwise 180 Nail Selection Pack and a Tacwise 91 Staple Selection Pack. This nailer/stapler handles a huge variety of 2nd fix tasks, including refurb and construction jobs around the home, garden projects, through to precision work applications in the workshop from fixing furniture backs to assembling jigs and rigs. Now featuring a flip open nail gate and a professional air tool magazine. Incorporates a single shot trigger and a rubber nose to avoid markings of surfaces.

Box Contains

1 x 191ELS Nailer/Stapler
1 x 180 Selection Pack (1,000 nails)
1 x 91 Selection Pack (1,000 Nails)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Stevens on 17 July 2014
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I’ve never owned or even used a nail gun before, but as I was expecting to do a job that involved a lot of stapling I decided to give this pack a try. The good thing about it is that you get a good selection of nails and staples, so you can try out the different sizes to make sure you’re intuitive selection is, in fact, the ideal selection. Having this wide selection of nails and staples with the gun also encourages you to use it more, since you might not have bothered using this tool if you needed to go buy the right nails first.

It is not possible (at least for me) to place the nails with millimetre precision, but I don’t think the jobs you’d use a nail gun for demand this. The nails themselves (for those who’ve never used a nail gun either) are small diameter, slightly square and headless, with notches along their length that hold them in place once fired into wood. I’d always imagined something like at the end of one of the Lethal Weapon films where a bad guy gets his skull nailed with regular nails, but instead a row of Tacwise nails looks like a rectangle of metal cut into small slices along its length.

The gun is simplicity itself to use. Loading is no harder than putting staples into a desk stapler and just as quick. Then you press the tip against the surface to staple/nail and pull the trigger. Bingo. If there’s no pressure on the tip the gun won’t fire, though I assume this safety feature is common to all guns. If the surface you are working on might be marked by the bare metal tip there’s a rubberised cover that you can put over it to protect fragile materials. When you use the protective tip the nails don’t tend to hammer flush, so you may need to tap with a hammer to finish the job in these cases.

After only a few staples of my first use I had a jam.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shaun Horrigan TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Jun 2014
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I've wanted a nail gun for some time but never quite got round to buying one so I was quite excited when I got the chance to review this one.

I don't know if this is because this is a review sample, but this product arrived in a plain brown cardboard box. In the box was the nail gun itself and two large packs of assorted nails and staples containing almost 8000 fasteners in total! This is a great starter pack for general DIY.

The nail gun is very simple to load, with a strong but easy to use catch for the nail cartridge. It also has a nice long power lead and is not too heavy in use. It can also take a wide assortment and length of fasteners up to 35mm in length.

Usage is also simple - Press the gun firmly to the surface to be "nailed" and pull the trigger, and with one quick "bang" the nail is driven flush into the surface.

I had the perfect test for this product. I have a wooden framed greenhouse in my garden and the beading for several of the Perspex panels had come loose in several places and I had been putting off fixing them for ages. I loaded the gun up with the longer 35mm brad nails and I must admit I was almost laughing at how simple it made the task! It took me only a couple of minutes and the job was done and what's more, I actually enjoyed doing it!

This really is a great thing to have around the house and I am looking forward to using it more in future. You know the backs of flat-pack wardrobes where you have to hammer in dozens of panel pins? - Bring it on!!!

Highly recommended indeed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Glenn Cook HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 May 2014
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.I have a Tacwise 191EL gun and have been really happy with it.
The Tacwise 191ELS Pro is the updated version of it.
How is it improved?

Really well is the answer because the new version has a quick release mechanism fitted to the nose which means any blockages are quickly rectified and cleared.

Let me explain.
If you are driving nails in an older house you always seem to hit old nails and stuff which jam the machine. It is a pain that took minutes to sort out with the 191EL.
The newer version takes seconds.
A nail gun saves you hours in time and effort over hammering this machine will save you even more.

The two packs have a generous selection if staples and nails- all are excellent quality.

It is obvious this gun has been built to last and like it name suggests is for the professional.

The nails go right up to 300mm.
The nails and staples are good quality that only take a couple of knocks to drive them flush- all nail guns need this from time to time.

Quibbles?

The old one I am afraid.
Nail guns are dangerous things. The safety switches on all my other power tools require you to grip with one hand and put the switch of with the other. (IE My power rotary lawnmower - a simple and safe safe-guard that works).
The safe switch is not as good as it should be.

There is no plastic carrying case to preserve the gun.

The Pros really do far out number the Negs on this system.

I've reviewed quite a few Tacwise products over the past few months and have been really impressed with the quality so far.
They are a good firm that makes good tools.
The staples and nails are top class.

The Tacwise 191ELS is a big improvement on the already excellent 101ELS.

Totally one hundred per cent recommended
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