DEWALT ATOMIC Compact Series™ 20V MAX* Brushless Cordless 23 Ga. Pin Nailer (Tool Only) (DCN623B)
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Speed Setting 1 reduces power consumption (allowing more nails per charge) and also reduces the amount of hand-arm vibration you receive with each nail (and thus lowers user fatigue). The DCN692 cordless nailer is compatible with the newer XR range of 18 volt Li-Ion battery packs (in the USA these are sold as 20 volt, sic). To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. I looked at axminster who do a 24 gauge nailer, but as far as I can see 24 gauge nails arent widely available, and the max depth is about 20mm. Take the top piece off and you'll see a cylinder with a raised bit which sometimes flicks back if you've hit something hard.
I finally bit the bullet and bought the DeWalt unit and it has been a completely different experience. The following panel allows you to customize your consent preferences for any tracking technology used to help us achieve the features and activities described below. It's predecessors were a somewhat second-hand original stick-battery black Paslode Impulse (see below), an orange Paslode IM350/90 (my first new gun) and a Senco GT90CH. OK, so the DCN692 has a 2-speed brushless motor which is designed to drive paper-collated plain and ring shank clipped/off-centre head first fixing nails between 51 and 90mm in length, 2.The following are trademarks for one or more DEWALT power tools, accessories, anchors and concrete adhesives: The yellow and black color scheme; the “D”-shaped air intake grill; the array of pyramids on the handgrip; the kit box configuration; and the array of lozenge-shaped humps on the surface of the tool. Family-owned since 1998, Powertool World has become one of the UK's largest tool distributors – and we're still growing.
A VERY BIG PLUS, is that removal of the battery prevents the tool from doing anything, including firing. We will collect the Import Fees Deposit at the time of your purchase and use it to cover applicable taxes and duties on import. Have I added that some manufacturers also seem to source their batteries, chargers and plug top transformers from a factory making novelty cracker fillings somewhere in central China? I've used it to drive ⅝", ¾", and 1⅜" pins into maple, oak, and yellow pine and it has performed perfectly. The battery charger performance at circa 90 minutes for a full 5Ah charge is hardly stellar when compared to the charge speed on my Makita 18 volt LXT kit (circa 45 minutes for a 5Ah battery), but you can upgrade to a faster charger and in any case I seriously doubt that anyone could actually flatten a 5Ah battery in less than 4 hours – in general I have been getting a full day, or almost, out of a single 5Ah battery.I know other brands make them but I’m a huge dewalt 20v guy I’m wondering if anyone had heard about a 23 gauge pin nailer I have the other cordless guns and a “micro” pinner would make life a lot better. The one negative think I noticed was the ferocious kickback it had - like a compressed air nailer running on too high a line pressure. I wasn't too keen at first due to worries about battery platform "creep" but it's performance makes up for that. Not to be overly cryptic, but I’m afraid I won’t mention or promote in any way the nailer or the company that sold it as - while the nailer is perfectly decent - the two are intertwined and the company are a bunch of monkeys and not to be trusted, in my experience.