Easy to load and use. Stapler is lightweight and quiet. Low nail lockout prevents dry firing. Requires no oil, so you won't stain what you're trying to staple. Wide range of features. Comes with fasteners, air fitting, and carrying case.
Some quality issues have been reported, from breaking parts to problems getting the staples to load.
Work contact element prevents accidental fires. Non-marring tip protects work surface from scratches. Comfortable grip. Sturdy yet inexpensive. Lightweight and easy to operate.
The placement of the safety makes it difficult to use in tight areas. While jamming isn't a huge problem, when it occurs it can be difficult to clear.
Good quality at a decent price. Rubber cushioned handle provides comfort. Design makes it easy to reach tight spots. Lightweight. Comes in a kit that includes extras such as staples, oil, and a case.
Some buyers say that the kit arrives missing items such as staples, and that the case is on the cheap side.
Very lightweight and fits comfortably in the hand. Contact safety prevents accidental firing. Easy to load and use. Sturdy design. Gets praise for its reliable operation. Comes with two hex wrenches and replacement oil.
The safety latch on this option is a little large, which can make it difficult to know precisely where the staple is going when you squeeze the trigger.
360 degree adjustable exhaust. No-mar tip protects work surface. Lightweight and durable. Easy to load, and feels great in the hand. Comes with a nice case.
In addition to some complaints over the poor design of its safety feature, some buyers have reported that the depth adjuster sometimes gets stuck.
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