WEN 61720 3/4-Inch to 2-Inch 18-Gauge Brad Nailer

August 25, 2013 - Comment

61720 Features: -Brad nailer.-Ideal for trim work.-Drives 18 gauge and 0.75” to 2” brads.-60-100 PSI operating pressure.-100 nail capacity.-Die cast aluminum body.-Wire size: 18 gauge.-Overall dimensions : 11 ” H x 13 ” W x 3 ” D.The 18-gauge brad nailer from WEN fires 18-gauge brads 3/4 to 2 inches in length. It features an

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61720 Features: -Brad nailer.-Ideal for trim work.-Drives 18 gauge and 0.75” to 2” brads.-60-100 PSI operating pressure.-100 nail capacity.-Die cast aluminum body.-Wire size: 18 gauge.-Overall dimensions : 11 ” H x 13 ” W x 3 ” D.The 18-gauge brad nailer from WEN fires 18-gauge brads 3/4 to 2 inches in length. It features an adjustable exhaust deflector, a rubber-wrapped handle, a quick-release for jam-clearing, an aluminum body, and a magazine window that shows the remaining brad count. The magazine holds 100 brads, and the tool operates at 60-100 psi with a 1/4-inch NPT air inlet fitting. This kit includes oil, adjusting wrenches, and a custom carrying case.

Product Features

  • 18-gauge brad nailer fires brads 3/4 to 2 inches in length
  • Operates at 60-100 psi with a 1/4-inch NPT air inlet fitting
  • Rubber-wrapped handle; quick-release for jam-clearing; aluminum body
  • Magazine holds 100 brads; includes oil, wrenches, and custom case
  • Tool weighs 5.4 pounds

Comments

greg says:

suprisingly good. I had read the reviews so i went ahead and purchased this for about 35.00 shipped. I got it in the mail and opened it up.The case seemed very cheap. Now i pull out the nailer, It seems like WEN didnt pay much attention to the details. Some of the paint looked touched up, the trigger was just a piece of metal and some of the other pieces of the gun looked of questionable quality.This doesnt look even close to the beautiful, yellow, quality DeWalt that my buddy loans me.So nervously i hook it up…

Charles Seiler says:

Better than Harbor Freight This is a Pneumatic tool meaning you need at least a very tiny air compressor to run this. The tiniest 120 volt portable air compressors will run these, most of the very cheap small air compressors are less than $100. If you don’t own an air compressor, I will tell you it’s a safe investment. They last for 20 years or more, I bought one 14 years ago, and have never changed the oil or done anything. If you want it to last forever, get an “oil” air compressor not an “oil free.” They cost about…

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