Internet #205647692

Model #DWFP12233

Store SKU #1001188566

Store SO SKU #1001087513

18-Gauge Pneumatic Corded Brad Nailer

  • Drives 18-gauge brad nails from 5/8 in. to 2-1/8 in. L
  • Easy nail placement with precision point technology
  • Ideal for finish applications including trim installation
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Product Overview

The DEWALT Pneumatic Brad Nailer is ideal for most trim nailing applications and drives 18-Gauge brad nails from 5/8 in. x 2-1/8 in. L. It provides tool-free depth of drive adjustment for nail heads and a selectable trigger offers sequential or contact actuation. Precision Point Technology offers precise nail placement due to a smaller nose.

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Power TypeAirCordless ElectricAirCordless Electric
Nail Gauge18181618
Cordless/ CordedCordedCordlessCordedCordless
Maximum Fastener Size2-1/8 in2 in2-1/2 in2-1/8 in
ReconditionedNoNoNoNo
Minimum Fastener Size5/8 in5/8 in1-1/4 in5/8 in
IncludedCaseNailsCaseBag,Nails
Nailgun Angle0000
Motor Type Brushed Brushless
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
13.03 in
Product Height (in.)
13.09 in
Product Width (in.)
3.74 in

Details

Air Tool Type
Air Nailer
Compressor/Air Tool Features
Fastener Collation,Fastener Depth Control
Condition
New
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Included
Case
Loading type
Strip
Maximum Fastener Size
2-1/8 in
Minimum Fastener Size
5/8 in
Minimum Recommended Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI
1.2
Minimum Recommended Operating Pressure (psi)
70
Nail Gauge
18
Nailgun Angle
0
Power Type
Air
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Air Tool

Questions & Answers

70Questions31Answers

What is the warranty?

Asked by Warren February 12, 2021
2
Answers

This nailer has a 7 year limited warranty

Can i shoot staples also?

Asked by Pil61 January 3, 2021
3
Answers

No, this model only shoots brads.

Does this work with a battery or do you need an air compressor? Never had a nail gun, but need o...

Asked by Stinger December 4, 2020
5
Answers

it requires an air compressor. There are battery operated units available by other manufacturers.

will this penetrate oak trim?

Asked by RJ2792 November 29, 2020
1
Answer

Hello RJ2792, Using a brad nailer on oak trim can be used with lot's of care as it is hardwood and brittle. Please stay away from any 3/4" perimeter and nail 1/2" away from any knots, swirls or defects in the wood.

Can u this gun on cement walls

Asked by Maddy November 25, 2020
3
Answers

No it will not work on cement walls.

Could i use this item for putting up a new wooden fence?

Asked by Nestor November 7, 2020
4
Answers

In my opinion, no. Although it can handle long brads, I don't think the are heavy enough for a fence. You should look in to a nail gun.

Any nailers that shoot either or 16 or 18 gauge nails?

Asked by 14woodcrafts November 6, 2020
3
Answers

If your question is “is there a nailer that nails both 16 & 18 gauge then I would say no. I’ve never seen anything like that.

Can this gun use braided nails?

Asked by Craig October 31, 2020
2
Answers

Yes

does compressor come with it?

Asked by john October 16, 2020
3
Answers

Depends on the package or box set you get.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT-18-Gauge-Pneumatic-Corded-Brad-Nailer-DWFP12233/205647692 How ...

Asked by mike September 20, 2020
5
Answers

Corded refers to the air hose need to operate the gun, iti s air powered only. You also need a compressor. Mike

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 668 reviews
  • 84% recommend this product
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Great investment
This nail gun its awesome. Easy to use, lightweight, it does not make that much noise and the best part is that you can fit different nail sizes, and you get a pincel sharpener lol DIY friendly im not a carpenter but im rebuilding my walking closet so far so good
by
Liked the precision tip
I bought this because my old 18 gauge nailer only went up to 1 /3/8" nails, where this will go up to 2". I liked the no mar tip and the fact that they provide 2 extra tips is nice. I installed quarter round moulding with it and it worked great, once I adjusted to the correct nail depth. It is light weight and worked well. The only issues I have is that it doesn't have a swivel end as show on the Home Depot display. The window for the nails is OK, I wish it was a little further back so you had a few more than 6-10 nails before you ran out. The only other point is the belt clip with the pencil sharpener was a not practical. The sharpener didn't work and it added too much depth so the clip was not secure on my tool belt. I wish I could get a clip replacement without the sharpener.
by OLDYI
Awesome gun. Super misleading store signs.
The product did not match the store signs for the gun. No swivel connector. No sample nails. Looking at information here it was even missing extra no-mar tips. Still, the gun works awesome. I am just disappointed as I love Dewalt products and was sad to discover that what I got absolutely did not match what was advertised.
by Ed
1 person found this helpful
Store Display is misleading
The nailer is of good quality but the store display is misleading. The nailer is displayed with a swivel type quick connector but that is not the case. No swivel connector is included. Store signage also says that sample nails are included...there were no nails in the package! Hmph!
by HeyMikey
6 people found this helpful
DeWalt Quality Control Issues or Cheaping Out?
I needed an 18ga nailer as my faithful Bostitch was running its last leg. I went to HD and bought the DWFP12233. When I got home I opened the box and to my surprise the nailer came with a fixed air fitting Instead of the swivel adapter on the display model at HD (see pic). Worst yet Dewalt did NOT include the extra no-Maring tips or even the tool belt clip. Why why why DeWalt? Is it a quality control issue for the missing accessories? I hate to think you are cheaping out on two no-Maring tips, a swivel adapter and a belt clip. I have bought several DeWalt Tools from drills, saws, lasers and never had QC issues. Why now, and from reading the rest of the reviews the missing accessories is a common occurrence. If it’s a QC issue it shouldn’t take that long to fix it. If you have decided to exclude the accessories and charge extra then be transparent and not misleading your customers.
by PeteM
Response from DewaltProductExpertOct 30, 2020
Hi, we're sorry to hear of the trouble you are having with the DWFP12233. We would appreciate the chance to speak with and assist you. Please email us at WECARE@SBDINC.COM so that we may assist you with warranty. Please also reference case #12561333. Many Thanks, Mitzy DEWALT Customer Care
7 people found this helpful
DIY friendly
After much research among brad nailers, i decided to give this one a shot. Easy to hold, easy to load nails in. The adjustable nailing depth is a plus on the tool. Its powerful enough to nail carpet to wood and i was able to build a dog bed ramp. This product has exceeded my expectations by far
by knoxcano
I used this to rebuild some kitchen drawers. I wanted something inexpensive but good quality - th...
I used this to rebuild some kitchen drawers. I wanted something inexpensive but good quality - this was perfect. The air coupler is the default 1/4" industrial; I switched it over to 3/8 automotive type, which works no problem (that's the size I use). Then I loaded it with brads, and got to work. This is a simple tool to use. Loading is easy, squeeze the load button and slide the bar back, drop in brads, close it. I used 90 psi at my regulator. It took a few brads to get the depth correct. The depth adjustment works, but there is no reference point - no marks, no feedback (i.e. it does not get tigheter as you turn it), no nothing, so it's completely arbitrary. It's also a very tiny wheel, hard to turn. Considering that this is something that gets used a lot, it should be a larger, more robust adjuster. Once you get it set, it is very repeatable, but it can be a challenge to get it set right. The working end is narrow enough that you can get in some tight corners. It is easy to see the workpiece, and the brads end up where you expect they will. Bump feed works great, as does manual feed. Trigger has a good feel, and I never had an accidental fire. I've only used max 1-1/2 inch brads so far, but this nailer seems to have good power. I was able to fully drive them into even hard maple - I had some fun and drove brads into a lot of scrap wood. Aside from the odd depth adjustment, I think this is a well built tool.
by LEDengineer
2 people found this helpful
Add this review to the others that did not receive the accessories AND warranty as listed on the ...
Add this review to the others that did not receive the accessories AND warranty as listed on the Home Depot and Dewalt sites for a DWFP12233 model. The swivel air connector, extra No-Mar tips and sample brads were NOT included. In addition the warranty statement on the storage box cover says 3 years instead of 7. Although the nailer is marked with the correct number the feature set appears to be closer to a DWFP12231 model as described on the Dewalt site. In any case it will be returned at my first opportunity. Would like Dewalt to respond with the real story and Home Depot to make corrections to their web site and in store displays as appropriate.
by Kca
Response from DewaltProductExpertJan 16, 2020
Hi, we're sorry to hear of the trouble you are having with the DWFP12233. We would appreciate the chance to speak with and assist you. Please email wecare@sbdinc.com and reference case #10938855.Many Thanks, Mitzy DEWALT Customer Care
7 people found this helpful
I recently had a project to replace some trim. I purchased this just for this project. It was t...
I recently had a project to replace some trim. I purchased this just for this project. It was the best thing I ever did. I practiced a bit on some scrap wood to figure out the pressure needed to drive the 1 1/2 inch brads so they were slightly recessed. The nailer worked flawlessly. I love it. I see where it will come in handy for some future projects I have planned. I would definitely recommend this Dewalt 18 gauge nailer.
by Robo
3 people found this helpful
Been borrowing an 18ga brad nailer and decided to just look them over and buy one. After speakin...
Been borrowing an 18ga brad nailer and decided to just look them over and buy one. After speaking with an employee I had narrowed my decision down to two. Having other DeWalt tools I was leaning toward this one to begin with. Then this contractor and his wife walked by and we started talking and he said the DeWalt was by far the better of the two. I agreed and bought it and brought it home. Already had quite a few molding sections measured and cut with only nailing them up to finish the job along with a tad of caulking. This gun is amazing. Opened it up, hooked it to compressor, put nails in it and off I went. So nice. Love the wide selection of brad nail sizes-- 5/8" to 2 1/8". Two extra tips, depth gauge, single or multiple operation and the swivel air connector are very nice touches. Excellent tool.
by strnguy
5 people found this helpful
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