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DuraSpin Collated Screw System DS300-AC Corded Screwdriver-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The Senco DS300-AC Corded Collated Screwdriver features a 3,300 RPM high-torque motor that drives screws without bogging down. It is designed to drive 1-1/4 - 3 in. screws and has a trigger lock for continuous work. The depth-of-drive adjustment regulates the precise amount of countersink.

  • 3,300 RPM high-torque motor drives screws without bogging down from a comfortable standing position
  • Designed to drive 1-1/4 - 3 in. screws
  • Adjustable length to fit your needs
  • Quick release for easy bit access and a trigger lock for continuous work
  • Convenient reverse switch to back-out driven screws
  • Depth-of-drive adjustment for regulating the precise amount of countersink

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fast , fast ,fast ,efficient and easy Outstanding product. Saves back ,knees and fingers. Superfast compared to drill/driver and single screw.If you have a good eye and are doing a task like screwing subfloor to sills,you can do almost 1 screw a second.About to nailgun intstallation speeds. Excellent ergonomics.Plenty of power. Only drawback is I have to order bits online since my local stores don't keep them .( If you use the tool correctly you will drive many thousands of screws before needing a new bit; use it wrong and you'll drive 10 screws and need a new bit.$2 or$3 either way). July 12, 2007
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sharon This screwdriver is very handy to have. User friendly and cut out a lot of hard work. June 29, 2006
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than the big "M" I decided to wait until I ran 10,000 screws with this gun before I wrote my review. I waited because I was a bit skeptical of a contractor’s advice to buy one. This tool cost me less than my Milwaukee but has outperformed it and the rest of the group in every way. I love the AC power. The tool has enough power to run the longest screws in whatever wood you are working with. No batteries to charge, run down at the wrong time, or pay out the nose to replace. This tool has impressed me from the first time I used it and it’s still going strong. I have loaned it to a couple of contractor friends of mine and they both bought one right away. Even after so many screws I am still on my second bit. I think I would still be on the first bit but one of my friends had it set in reverse and ground a bit before he called me to see what was wrong. I would add that he was really impressed with the tool when he used it the right way. Buying collated screws in a bucket costs a bit more but it pays even a homeowner to use these in time savings. There is also a marked improvement in quality as I don't have stripped tops rusting like I would with a drill, bit and loose screws. The corrosion resistance of the Senco screw is above average. Even the screws in the deck at the beach house still look new. As a time test two of my friends put half of a deck down with drills and bits and I did the other half with the Senco. I did mine in less than half of the time the two of them spent and I didn’t have to work on my knees. The choice is yours, but I got mine and I am very happy with it. December 28, 2008
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