Senco SLS20 490105N 3/8-Inch to 1-1/2-Inch Narrow Crown Stapler

October 30, 2013 - Comment

Includes SLS20XP-L, 1-1/2-in 21-18-Gauge Fine-Medium Wire Stapler with Case (Xtreme Pro) – 490105N, CaseThe Senco 4190005N SLS20 3/8-Inch to 1-1/2-Inch Narrow Crown Stapler is an incredibly powerful yet surprisingly lightweight stapler with an ergonomic design and a soft grip. This easy-to-handle stapler features a magazine with a capacity to hold 168 18-gauge, 3/8- to 1-1/2-inch

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Includes SLS20XP-L, 1-1/2-in 21-18-Gauge Fine-Medium Wire Stapler with Case (Xtreme Pro) – 490105N, CaseThe Senco 4190005N SLS20 3/8-Inch to 1-1/2-Inch Narrow Crown Stapler is an incredibly powerful yet surprisingly lightweight stapler with an ergonomic design and a soft grip. This easy-to-handle stapler features a magazine with a capacity to hold 168 18-gauge, 3/8- to 1-1/2-inch staples. Excellent for working on molding, trim, underlayment, soffits, and crafts, the Senco 4190005N includes several safety features, including a no-mar safety and restrictive trigger that reduces the chances of accidental firings. A clear sight hole in the magazine lets you quickly check on the staple supply. With only one moving seal and an oil-free design, this 2.5-pound stapler offers virtually trouble-free operation. Included with the stapler is a heavy-duty carrying case. Fittings are not included.

Product Features

  • Powerful yet surprisingly lightweight stapler with carrying case
  • No-mar safety and restrictive trigger reduces the chances of accidental firings
  • Magazine has capacity to hold 168 18-gauge, 3/8- to 1-1/2-inch staples
  • Oil-free design for virtually maintenance-free operation
  • Weighs 2-1/2 pounds

Comments

Toolpig "toolpig" says:

I wish everything was this good The SLS 20 is much like the SLP 20 brad nailer. Pretty powerful for its size and very smooth in operation. It doesn’t have as much power as the larger SKS staple gun which uses the same staples but weighs a lot more. In its favor the SKS will consistently sink 1 1/2″ staples into hardwood all day long.The SLS fits into smaller spaces though so It’s somewhat a trade off . Nevertheless Other mini 1/4 inch crown staplers don’t compare. They don’t have the same power and they don’t fire…

Ed C. says:

Bit of a disappointment I own a Senco FP25XP brad nailer and have been extremely satisfied with it – so when I decided to purchase a narrow crown stapler, I chose Senco again. My two options were the SLS20 (this one) or the SKS-L. The SLS20 was less expensive and reviewers here gave it good ratings so I ordered the SLS20.

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