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Paslode Cordless 16-Gauge Angled Lithium-Ion Finish Nailer
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Paslode

Cordless 16-Gauge Angled Lithium-Ion Finish Nailer

  • 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
$399.00 /each

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Product Overview

When you need precision in tight spaces, reach for the lightweight Paslode 16 Ga Angled Cordless Li-ion Finish Nailing System. A versatile nailer designed for trim applications, this cordless nailer gives you great maneuverability to place the nail exactly where you want it wherever you’re working: overhead, on ladders, or on your knees. And, it fits in tight spaces so nailing crown molding or baseboard in the corners becomes a breeze. Our cordless nailer, finish nails, and fuel cell are designed to work together so you can experience non-stop accuracy.

  • Designed for trim applications, gives you great maneuverability to place the nail exactly where you want it
  • Perfect for working overhead and in tight spaces like nailing crown molding or baseboard in the corners
  • Gas powered - drives into harder woods with total accuracy for pennies per shot
  • Open line of sight for accurate nail placement
  • Reversible belt hook easily adjusts and keeps both hands free and the tool always at your side
  • No mar tip protects premium wood
  • Nail lock-out prevents blank driving
  • No hoses, no compressors to set-up or tear down so you can start working on the job, not getting ready to work
  • Typical applications include crown molding, hand railings, window casings, cabinets, and door casings
  • Tool kit includes: 16-Gauge angled Lithium-ion cordless finish nailer, rechargeable 7.4V Lithium-ion battery, Lithium-ion battery charger, rugged carrying case, owner’s manual, safety glasses, 5/32 in. hex wrench
  • Uses 16-Gauge angled finish nails 1-1/4 in. to 2 - 1/2 in. length
  • Uses Paslode Universal Trim Fuel (not included)
  • 7V Li-ion Battery - Up to 12,000 nails per charge lessens downtime
  • Battery fully charged in 1.5 hours - 2 minute quick charge for up to 200 extra shots
  • Battery stand-by position secures battery in off position to conserve battery power
  • Tool free depth-of-drive is easy to adjust even with gloves on
  • Covered by Paslode 2 year service promise - free repairs with no questions, no hassles, no cost
  • 5 year limited warranty
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does the nailer come with a battery charger?

Asked by: JPBal
Yes.
Answered by: LittleBigHart
Date published: 2015-09-20

What does it mean when some reviews mention "gas' or "fuel cells" in the use of this tool?

(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.)
Asked by: Anonymous
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.
Answered by: DIYinOH
Date published: 2015-09-20

What's the difference in the angled and straight finish nailers? Please advise Steve

I need to replace an existing finish nailer that has quit working it is a pass load as well.
Asked by: Anonymous
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.
Answered by: DIYinOH
Date published: 2016-02-25

just learning. can you use 15 ga. nails in a 16 ga.nailer.?

Asked by: brandy1
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.
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

Cordless 16-Gauge Angled Lithium-Ion Finish Nailer is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from FAR ABOVE THE NEW BRUSHLESS GUNS THAT WONT COUNTERSINK AND 1-1/2 NAIL.,OR WHATEVER THEY ARE...DON'T STOP SELLING PASLODES simply the best finish nailer. PERIOD...AND I'VE TRIED THEM ALL!
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from When itbworks it's great Rented two of these. Both worked for about 10 nails then jammed. Called support and took the tool apart and it worked for another 5 nails. Very frustrating to have a one hour job turn into a 8 hr job. Even when this works i would not recomend it for finishing work such as baseboards and molding. The nail head holes compared to Dewalt nail guns are about 4 times bigger. Get a trusted nail gun with an air compressor. You' ll save youself time and aggrivaton.
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great nail gun But I've had one of these for 8 years , and it's shots great . Definitely must be cleaned periodically but can't they lower the price to be more competitive. The competition has already caught up and Paslode's are priced to high . Great cordless nail gun though
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Awesome gun I just bought one of these and was disappointed to see that it only came with one battery. For $400 you think they could give you two. I have used paslode nailers for years and they are great. This one is way lighter than the older model that I have.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Paslode Good nailer the job went smoothly and look great never jammed as many others do
Date published: 2016-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great rental tool I used this for a full day hanging 1 inch thick common boards. Using 2 inch nails, this nailer never had an issue. I would remark that the fuel cell gas had an odor to it, but I was in a small room so that may have made it worse. Also, I wish the fuel cells were sold individually, as I didn't even finish the first one of a two-pack. Otherwise, simple to use for a first timer.
Date published: 2016-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as good as pneumatic gun I am a general contractor who specializes in remodeling. I have read many reviews about this gun and debated on making the leap into the cordless nail guns. I final got fed up with constantly spending the time to set up the pneumatic nailer (hose, compressor and gun). I took my time and broke my decision down like this; 1)How much time will it save me? I figured it takes 10-15mins to pullout my compressor, hose and nail gun out of my trailer and set it up everyday. Then an additional 15-20mins to put it back. That is a lot of time wasted. 2)Does help me do my work better then the my pneumatic nail gun? Yes, I have no hose I can trip on or damage walls with. There is no delay to allow the compressor to catch up. 3)Does it cost to much to operate? No. It does cost money for the gas and cleaning products to clean every so often but that is a very small fee for all the convenience of a great working cordless nailer. All in all, it is a great product that I would recommend buying if you do a lot of finish work or use a 16Ga nail gun a lot.
Date published: 2013-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light weight and extremely powerful! Took back my ridgid hyperdrive finish nailer do to the lack of depth it drove the nails in trim. The paslode I like very much not only is it lighter.it's also smaller and more powerful than the ridgid. The tiny 7.2v battery capabable of driving 6000 nails on one charge. It comes with its hard caring case allows you to organize your fuel cells and charger. The ridgid only had a zip up bag with no extra room for a charger. I highly recommend if you ready to leave the compressor and hose at home. And get jobs done faster with less prep and clean up time of your tools. the low cost of the fuel cells are worth the trade off for the bulky hose and compressor and extension cord. Can't wait to have an excuse to buy the framing nailer paslode makes
Date published: 2016-03-24
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