Model # NR90GR2

Internet #202715755

Hitachi 3-1/2 in. Cordless Gas Powered Plastic Strip Collated Framing Nailer

Discontinued Hitachi

3-1/2 in. Cordless Gas Powered Plastic Strip Collated Framing Nailer

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Product Overview

The new NR90GR2 gas powered framing nailer is the perfect combination of power, precision and freedom. At just 7.9 lbs. this framer is easily maneuvered with its rubber grip and superior balance. The 7.2-Volt, 1.4Ah Ni-Cd battery is capable of firing up to 4,000 shots on a single charge and with just a one hour charge time, less downtime will be experienced on the jobsite.

  • Gas powered; completely portable through elimination of compressor and air hose
  • Dry fire lockout for assured fastening with no damage to tool or work surface
  • Depth of drive for precision nailing in a variety of materials
  • Indicator light alerts you of battery life to prevent unexpected down time
  • 1 hour charger
  • Forcible power to drive up to 3-1/2 in. x 0.131 in. nails
  • Retractable rafter hook for hands free hanging and unobstructed operation
  • Will need fuel cell to operate (does not come with purchase)-Hitachi part number 728982
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3-1/2 in. Cordless Gas Powered Plastic Strip Collated Framing Nailer is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great balance, easy reload, long lasting battery and fuel cell I'm a former carpenter. I do all my work myself. This gun is a big part of my tools now. I'm finishing my basement currently and framing with this gun makes it a breeze. This is my second nail gun I've used. The first was a air nailer. Working with a hose and compressor limits movement and the compressor is noisy. Working freely with the Hitachi is a much better, qiueter experience. The only complaint I have is it only holds one clip of 20 nails. After shooting about five nails you can put another clip in. Weight and blance are awesome. Price is what I'd expect to pay for a tool of this nature.
Date published: 2012-02-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works good, but only on certain projects. 1st off the paslode red gas cartridges "DO" work in this gun. You cannot buy hitachi gas cartridges unless you get them directly from hitachi. The nail gun drives nails very good. The down side of this gun is that it is trigger actuated, meaning you have to set the gun, then pull the trigger for each nail. You "CAN'T" just hold the trigger and tap the gun and shoot a nail. It's part of the safety of this type of nail gun. It is a good nail gun if you need to use it where there is no power, or don't want to get out a compressor and hoses. It is not a good gun for a big project like re-sheeting a roof, or other similar projects.
Date published: 2011-10-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simply Amazing The title says it all but I will get into more detail. I don't like a lot of noise and cords all over a already cluttered workplace so this gun is perfect for me. The fact that this gun is as strong as any other nail gun yet much much lighter amazes me. The battery really does last a full day easily and I'm still on my first gas cartridge. The only real pains are finding supplies and cleaning the gun. The supplies are limited at home depot--in fact the only place I could find the gas was in the tool rental area! Imagine that. I called another Hitachi dealer and ordered the cleaner and lubricant for the gun which were both quite affordable. The amount of time it takes to remove the filter and clean it is more than I would care for but this gun is totally worth it considering how light and portable it is.
Date published: 2012-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tool This tool is an unbelievable value. The similar Paslode tool is $100 more! I've used mine for multiple projects already and it's held up great. It won't replace my air tool, but it is great when you don't want to deal with a compressor and hose getting in the way. For those of you who have used gas nailers before, you know that ALL gas tools require you to release the nose after you fire. This isn't a safety feature, this is how the tool functions. Also, I picked up a pack of Hitachi gas cartridges when I bought the tool. I would definitely recommend this tool to anyone in the market for a gas nailer!
Date published: 2012-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tool. It is my favorite so far. This nailer is a wonderful little tool. My arm would be wasted without it because of its ease of use and speed. Another thing that I liked is the fact that the gas cartridge lasts a long time. Two downfalls; it will stop nailing with 6 nails left in the chamber. This is a waste of nails on a big job. I can't even count how many nails i have wasted. Also, there are times when i have pressed down to nail and nothing happens after a few tries.
Date published: 2013-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great all around tool. I have used this nailer a few times on small sheds and so on. When I bought this product I new it wasn't meant to compete with an air powered nailer. I have to say that I reach for this nailer every chance I get. It's perfect for me because I build small buildings away from power often and I don't have to carry an air compressor. Once you adjust the depth of the nail you can switch back and forth between framing nails and 8d nails to nail 7/16 Osb with out it driving them to deep. And you can use 21 degree nails with it which i already use with my air nailer. It's a win win for me and would buy again. I've been building for about ten years so I know it's a good tool.paslode fuel cells work with it too.
Date published: 2014-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Portable Nailer Bought this nailer so it could be used in remote area without any connection to air or electric. It works great. Takes a little getting used to, but just follow instructions and watch the Utube video. Need to load a partial nail strip (about 5 nails) behind the full strip in order to get full use of each strip of nails. also will work with just fine with Pasloade fuel container.
Date published: 2014-11-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Convenient and balanced. This is my first cordless framing nailer. It took some getting used to but I found it to be powerful and convenient. The battery life was surprisingly lasting, no need for a second battery. The tool is easy to use. I was a bit disappointed that Hitachi Customer service did not respond to a question I had emailed to them regarding the fuel. Overall this is a good well balanced tool.
Date published: 2014-01-14
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