Offers 2-in-1 function that drives both staples and brads into numerous types of surfaces. Has solid craftsmanship by a top name in tools.
People with small hands or minimal hand strength may find it difficult to use as it takes some power to squeeze. Occasionally misfires and jams both staples and brads.
A 3-in-1 tool – staple gun, brad nailer, and wire tacker – that stands out for its "easy-squeeze" trigger that almost any user will find simple to operate. A limited lifetime warranty adds to the value.
Some reports of the trigger feeling "off," resulting in inadequate placement of staples/brads. Misfires and blanks are common complaints.
A value priced kit with staples and limited lifetime warranty make this option the best deal available. The classic staple gun is lightweight yet durable.
Trigger takes a bit of pressure to operate, and some users gripe that the handle is a bit slippery.
A classic staple gun constructed of tempered steel – built to last. Fairly lightweight and easy to use, thanks to the trigger mechanism that isn't too difficult to squeeze.
Doesn't work with a wide variety of staples, and some users had difficulties finding a size that fits. Occasionally jams.
Has a trigger that doesn't require too much strength to operate and a staple holding compartment that's easy to refill. Very few reports of jamming.
Somewhat pricier than similar models in its class. Doesn't accommodate staples thicker than 5/6", but this won't matter to all users.
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