BOSTITCH SB-2IN1 2-In-1 Narrow Crown Stapler/18-gauge Brad Nailer

October 30, 2013 - Comment

No need to buy a brad nailer and a crown stapler separately, this super-versatile nailer/stapler tool packs two tools into one handy unit. Perfect for crafts, paneling, nailing finish and trim, cabinetry and more, this tool let’s you swap nails for staplers rather than disconnecting and connecting a new tool to the compressor. In nailer

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No need to buy a brad nailer and a crown stapler separately, this super-versatile nailer/stapler tool packs two tools into one handy unit. Perfect for crafts, paneling, nailing finish and trim, cabinetry and more, this tool let’s you swap nails for staplers rather than disconnecting and connecting a new tool to the compressor. In nailer mode, the unit drives brads up to a 1-5/8 inches in length for anything from stair construction to cabinet work. The stapler mode fires 18-gauge, 1-1/2-inch finish staples for easy furniture upholstering and craftwork. An adjustable depth guide sets staples and brads to desired depths quickly and conveniently. And, tool-free adjustable exhaust easily directs exhaust away from the user. –Brian D. Olson

What’s in the Box
¼-inch air fitting, 1,000 2-inch brad nails, 1,000 1-inch staples, carrying case hex wrench extra no-mar tip and oil.

Product Features

  • 5/8- to 1-5/8 18-gauge brad nailer and ½- to 1-1/2-inch 18 crown staple combo tool
  • Adjustable depth dial; tool-free directional exhaust; 135-inch-pounds driving power
  • Nail lock-out feature eliminates dry firing; magazine holds 100 nails
  • Includes ¼-inch air fitting, 1,000 1 5/8-inch nails, 1,000 1-inch staples, carrying case hex wrench extra no-mar tip and oil
  • Measures 9-1/4-inches (length); weighs just 2.6-pounds; 7-year warranty

Comments

Jonathan Ness says:

Not a woodworker’s tool…. I bought the Stanley SB2IN1 in early January because it could shoot both brads down to 5/8″ and staple, giving me more versatility in my shop. Hindsight being 20/20, I wish I would have spent the extra money up front for a good stapler and a good brad nailer. The cylinder wouldn’t seal when you hooked it up to an air hose, and I would have to continually hook it up/disconnect it until it would finally seal. The other problem, and it might be related, is that even when I put the compressor at…

Joseph Varajon says:

Not a woodworkers tool is right !!! I strongly agree with reviewer,Jonathan Ness about this product. I purchased the Stanley SB2IN1 because it could shoot both brads and staples, giving me the versatility and saving me the cost of two tools. When I put the compressor at max pressure (100PSI) it wouldn’t countersink nails or staples even in pine. If you could get it to countersink a brad, the footprint is the size of a staple. Leaving an ugly mark on your project that require additional finishing. I contacted Stanley Bostitch and…

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