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Paslode

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16-Gauge Angled Cordless Lithium-Ion Nailer

$399.00 /each
  • Less fatigue, more control - only 4.5 lbs.
  • Open line of sight means precise nail placement
  • Less downtime - 7V li-ion battery drives up to 12,000 per charge

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New Paslode 16-Gauge Angled Cordless Lithium-Ion Finish Nailer System with long lasting Lithium-Ion battery drives up to 6000 nails per charge. Battery Stand-By Position conserves battery power and the new 1 hour rapid charger provides 80% charge in only 30 minutes. Used with the new Fuel Nail Combination Pack, the new trim nailer system provides the reliability, power and speed expected from a Paslode tool.

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Does the nailer come with a battery charger?

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September 19, 2014
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Yes.
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September 16, 2014
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Yes. You get one battery and the charger stand. The batteries can be expensive to buy (if you want an additional battery), but the battery lasts forever.
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September 9, 2014
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Yes, comes with a battery charger.
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September 6, 2014
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This kit comes with battery, charger, safety eye glasses, storage case and the nailer. It also contains some nice guide cards with colored camera pictures showing cleaning steps.
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Philadelphia, PA, USA
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September 4, 2014
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Yes, but the battery seldom needs charging. The trick is not to misplace the charger between chargings. (the battery generally lasts 6000 shots, and each fuel cell more like 1000 shots.)
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Chicago, IL, USA
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August 31, 2014
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Yes it does and also safety glasses
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July 8, 2014
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Yes it does.
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July 7, 2014
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Yes, it comes with a wall charger.
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May 22, 2014
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Yes, the charger is included.
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May 21, 2014
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Yes, its included with the gun and has a spot in the carrying case.
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February 17, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This item does not come with a battery charger. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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What does it mean when some reviews mention "gas' or "fuel cells" in the use of this tool?

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August 23, 2013
(I am researching buying a nail gun for a handyman cousin who lost all his tools in a flood - so I have very limited knowledge.)
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November 20, 2014
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This gun uses a battery PLUS a can of some sort of butane like substance. The battery drives a spark, which ignites the butane fuel, which creates an explosion, which shoots the nail out of the gun.
The fuel is a consumable (meaning you'll use it up after so many nails) and they sell "Fuel+Nail" packs that contain the correct amount of nails to one can of fuel.
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September 19, 2014
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The nail gun is run by the lithium battery (included) and a small can of compressed liquefied gas, (bought separately.) Kind of like a car, it needs a battery and fuel to run. Your car battery lasts a long time but you have to fill it up with fuel after so many miles. If you search Paslode quicklode trim fuel you can see what it looks like and how much it costs. One can of this fuel is suppose to last Read More
The nail gun is run by the lithium battery (included) and a small can of compressed liquefied gas, (bought separately.) Kind of like a car, it needs a battery and fuel to run. Your car battery lasts a long time but you have to fill it up with fuel after so many miles. If you search Paslode quicklode trim fuel you can see what it looks like and how much it costs. One can of this fuel is suppose to last long enough to drive 1000 nails. (The charged battery is good for 6000 nails before you need to recharge.) The fuel can to this angled finish nailer is yellow and black with an orange cap and is about 3 inches long. It fits inside a small compartment in the nail gun and doesn't stick out, get in the way or add a lot of weight. You have to look for the expiration date on the fuel. I bought some in September 2014 and it expires Feb. 2016. Aren't you sweet trying to help out your cousin. Read Less
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September 16, 2014
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The Paslode nailers run off a combination of battery and fuel cell. The battery drives a fan, which pushes fuel into the unit, which when ignited, fires the a piston and thereby the nail. The fuel cells are pretty inexpensive given the number of nails that they can drive.
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Philadelphia, PA, USA
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September 4, 2014
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This nailer requires butane fuel cells that are available at any store that sells these nailers. They're about $5-8 each, and last about 1000 nails. The Li-ion battery merely mixes and lights the fuel mixture to fire the piston that sinks the nail.
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July 8, 2014
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The nailer uses gas cartridges to blast the nails since there is no compressed air involved
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July 7, 2014
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Since this is a cordless nailer, it uses a small canister of gas (most likely butane) in order to drive the nails instead of using air pressure. You'll have to buy the fuel cells separately, and they run about $7.50 for doing 1,000 fasteners. Paslode sells them in fuel+nail combo packs if you're only doing small projects.
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May 22, 2014
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This nailer uses both a battery and a fuel cartridge that is sold separately. The cartridge is proprietary, so you will have to purchase the specific Paslode cartridge for this gun. A two-pack runs about $15 and they're rated to shoot 1,000 nails a piece. If you have long periods of inactivity between uses, you will likely not get 1,000 per cartridge though. Also be mindful of the expiration date when Read More
This nailer uses both a battery and a fuel cartridge that is sold separately. The cartridge is proprietary, so you will have to purchase the specific Paslode cartridge for this gun. A two-pack runs about $15 and they're rated to shoot 1,000 nails a piece. If you have long periods of inactivity between uses, you will likely not get 1,000 per cartridge though. Also be mindful of the expiration date when purchasing (printed on the cartridge itself) as they tend to run out faster once the "Best If Used By" date has passed. Read Less
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This Nailer instead of compressed air uses a gas cartridge, I believe butane, to inject nails. The gas goes in a cylinder and a spark from the battery fires the butane pushing down a piston driving the nail. The cartridge is alternatively called a fuel cell and contains the gas. The gas cartridge is inserted in the top of the unit and is good for at least a 1,000 firings. Extra cartridges can be kept in Read More
This Nailer instead of compressed air uses a gas cartridge, I believe butane, to inject nails. The gas goes in a cylinder and a spark from the battery fires the butane pushing down a piston driving the nail. The cartridge is alternatively called a fuel cell and contains the gas. The gas cartridge is inserted in the top of the unit and is good for at least a 1,000 firings. Extra cartridges can be kept in the carrying case if you need to replace it while working on the job. Read Less
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you have to buy them they are what drive the nails
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The Paslode and others utilize a fuel cartridge for their power - I went with the Ryobi because I didn't want to use such a power source. Mine just requires a charged battery and 18 ga brads - I really think it is the way to go if you just have light trim nailing to do. If you need heavy duty and don't want to invest in a compressor - especially if no electricity is available, then consider the fuel cell Read More
The Paslode and others utilize a fuel cartridge for their power - I went with the Ryobi because I didn't want to use such a power source. Mine just requires a charged battery and 18 ga brads - I really think it is the way to go if you just have light trim nailing to do. If you need heavy duty and don't want to invest in a compressor - especially if no electricity is available, then consider the fuel cell options. Read Less
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Hi Mooky,
Great question! Fuel cells/gas means that this is a cordless nailer and eliminates the use of a hose and compressor which is required when using pneumatic (or "air") nailers. This Paslode Cordless 16 Ga Angled Finish Nailer is powered by the fuel cell and Li-ion battery. The long lasting Li-ion battery can drive up to 6,000 per charge and a fuel cell can drive about 1,200 nails.
Using a Read More
Hi Mooky,
Great question! Fuel cells/gas means that this is a cordless nailer and eliminates the use of a hose and compressor which is required when using pneumatic (or "air") nailers. This Paslode Cordless 16 Ga Angled Finish Nailer is powered by the fuel cell and Li-ion battery. The long lasting Li-ion battery can drive up to 6,000 per charge and a fuel cell can drive about 1,200 nails.
Using a cordless nailer is convenient when getting into tough spots and tight corners. Paslode cordless nailers are lightweight, yet durable, for more comfort and control. Visit http://www.paslode.com/products/cordless-nailers/ for more information on Paslode cordless nailers. Read Less
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What's the difference in the angled and straight finish nailers? Please advise Steve

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May 27, 2013
I need to replace an existing finish nailer that has quit working it is a pass load as well.
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November 20, 2014
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If you hold the gun against a flat wall, a straight nailer will shoot "straight" into the wall - e.g. at a 90 degree angle to your body. If you do the same with an angled nailer it will shoot at a slight angle (the exact angle depends on the gun).
There's pros and cons to each, and it depends on what kind of job you're working on. I personally prefer an angle nailer, even for trim.
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If you hold the gun against a flat wall, a straight nailer will shoot "straight" into the wall - e.g. at a 90 degree angle to your body. If you do the same with an angled nailer it will shoot at a slight angle (the exact angle depends on the gun).
There's pros and cons to each, and it depends on what kind of job you're working on. I personally prefer an angle nailer, even for trim.
When you're doing rough framing, an angle nailer lets you shoot "toe nails" into a stud/base plate. If you're doing trim, an angle nailer with a long enough nail will try to reach into the base plate if you shoot into a space where there is no stud... as opposed to a stright nailer that would have just sent the nail into raw drywall with nothing to grab on to. Read Less
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In general, the angled nailers are better for tight spots and places hard to manuever, (think corners and where doors meet trim.) The straight nailers usually use nails with not much of a head so are good for exposed areas. They are often less expensive as are the nails you use with them. I'm a newbie too and googled this same question, then read contractor sites. I thought the angled nailers sounded Read More
In general, the angled nailers are better for tight spots and places hard to manuever, (think corners and where doors meet trim.) The straight nailers usually use nails with not much of a head so are good for exposed areas. They are often less expensive as are the nails you use with them. I'm a newbie too and googled this same question, then read contractor sites. I thought the angled nailers sounded more versatile and figured I could patch over nails if needed. Read Less
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September 16, 2014
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Angeled nailers run at a 45 degree angle versus a 90 degree angle for straight nailers. I find it easier to do molding (especially crown molding) with the 45 degree nailer but furniture work with the 90 degree unit.
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I have used both and the only difference I see is that angled nailer gives a bit more room to work with in tight areas. Some of the crown moldings are thick on the top and thin at the base. For such moldings, I think angled nailer works much better than straight. Overall in my experience, angled nailer is a better choice.
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September 4, 2014
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angled nailers allow a greater range of toenailing and angled "shots." Don't mix up the nails. You won't be able to load one type into the other type of nailer.
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July 7, 2014
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An angled nailer is easier to get into corners and hard to reach places. The angled fasteners usually cost a little bit more though.
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Angled nails are set in adhesive strips at an angle, slanting, whereas straight nail are set perpendicular to the strip. You can not interchange them in a tool, its either one or the other, as the tool was designed to use.
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December 17, 2013
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the nail are shot in on a angle its better to do molding the gun dont get in your way
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October 9, 2013
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Really not much, angled nail guns are better at getting in tighter spaces like inside of corner cabinets or crown corners.
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May 28, 2013
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Hi Steve,
The most common reason for using Angled Finish Nailers is because an angle magazine provides easier access when setting nails in tight corners. It is convenient for overhead use as well as fitting into tough spots.
The Paslode 16 Ga Angled Cordless Li-ion Finish Nailer is the newest to the Paslode Finish Nailer family. This new Paslode Cordless Finish Nailer is also very lightweight weight Read More
Hi Steve,
The most common reason for using Angled Finish Nailers is because an angle magazine provides easier access when setting nails in tight corners. It is convenient for overhead use as well as fitting into tough spots.
The Paslode 16 Ga Angled Cordless Li-ion Finish Nailer is the newest to the Paslode Finish Nailer family. This new Paslode Cordless Finish Nailer is also very lightweight weight for better balance and control. The Li-ion battery provides 50% longer run time as well as a rapid charger; 2 minutes= 200 shots.
Thanks for your question! Read Less
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just learning. can you use 15 ga. nails in a 16 ga.nailer.?

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September 21, 2014
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No, they're not designed to. Some may say it is ok, but I wouldn't want to risk causing damage to your gun. Also, different brands fire at different angles. If you buy nails from another manufacturer, make sure they are the same angle.
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No you shouldn't. If you use other than the recommended nails you get nail jams, broken power tools and messed up work you have to pull apart and do over again. The Paslode nailers have a 2 year warranty but the manuals and even the packaging on the nails say using the wrong nails will void the warranty. There are some nailers that are made to use more than one gauge of nails. Check those out instead.
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No, I don't think that the tool even allows the 15 gauge to slide into the nail slot. 15 Gauge has a bit thicker head.
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September 4, 2014
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No, never, don't even try to use the larger diameter 15 ga nails in a 16ga nailer. Use paslode's nails -- it really makes a difference. They aren't outrageously expensive, and they'll save you a great deal of trouble.
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July 7, 2014
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No. Best case, the nailer will jam. Worst case, you'll ruin your nailer.
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No, this unit only takes 16 gauge angled nails specially designed for the tool. The tolerance on these tools are tight.
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January 22, 2014
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Hello Brandy1,
16- gauge nails can only take 16- gauge nails. :( For this particular nailer they need to be 16- gauge, angled nails.
Christine
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