Factory-Reconditioned BOSTITCH U/BT1855K 18-Gauge Brad Nailer

August 31, 2013 - Comment

This is a factory reconditioned product. Reconditioned generally means that the product has been returned to the manufacturer, who brings the product back to like new condition. Some products may contain cosmetic blemishes. Includes 18-Gauge Brad Nailer – BT1855K-R, 1/4-in swivel air fitting, Hex wrench, Carry case, Belt Hook Product Features Oil-free engine: requires no

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This is a factory reconditioned product. Reconditioned generally means that the product has been returned to the manufacturer, who brings the product back to like new condition. Some products may contain cosmetic blemishes. Includes 18-Gauge Brad Nailer – BT1855K-R, 1/4-in swivel air fitting, Hex wrench, Carry case, Belt Hook

Product Features

  • Oil-free engine: requires no daily maintenance and eliminates risk of oil stains on work surfaces
  • Selectable trigger system: easy conversion between sequential or contact modes. Trigger lockout mode for use when working in occupied spaces
  • Dial-A-Depth control: quickly and conveniently set fasteners to desired depths
  • Swivel air fitting: increased maneuverability, filtered air inlet for improved engine durability
  • Reversible belt hook: with integrated pencil sharpener for ultimate convenience

Comments

Olga says:

Wonderful Same as a previous reviewer, it comes in a cool plastic BOSTITCH case, and a pack of nails is included, so you are ready to hit the ground running with this one.It looks like something that has been a demo unit for a short time, but if you did not know it would be hard to tell it is not new. Works well, I loaded it and shot a few test rounds, it was adjusted well, fires firm yet relatively quiet compared to my stapler.Even though I may think this is a great price for…

Rafael Sirocco says:

magazine jammed from get go – had better luck 2cond time around Unpacked the gun, thought it seemed okay, then tried loading nails. When I hooked it up to the air hose, the gun would not fire brads, and then when I tried to pull out the magazine to see if there was a problem, it would not come out, no matter how hard I tried. Ended up sending it back. Something may have jammed in the loading, but I didn’t really force anything, and you would hope a tool would be designed so that someone could not jam the magazine just by trying to load nails. This was…

S. Blizzard says:

Great fun! I can’t believe that I’ve been without a pneumatic brad nailer. This thing is great fun! Because I had read the reviews, I was prepared for the nailer to arrive without brads since it is factory-reconditioned. The nailer and case I received looked like new. I haven’t had a chance to use it much, but I did build a small bench with it this weekend and attached some molding to a table. It worked great from the first brad. The trigger lock and sequential firing button/knob was kind of confusing…

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