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Model #DCN701B

20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Cable Stapler (Tool-Only)

  • Install electrical wire and cable 2x faster than manual stapling
  • Cable guide helps line up staples and protects wiring
  • Uses DEWALT 1 in. Insulated Electrical Staples (1004-146-199)
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Product Overview

The DEWALT 20-Volt MAX Cordless Cable Stapler is built for residential wiring applications, primarily fastening Romex brand wires and cables. This stapler has a proprietary cable guide that helps to drive staples over cable. The compact frame and lightweight design are ideal for tight spaces. A center-mounted LED light helps to eliminate shadows and illuminate the work area in low light conditions. Compatible with DEWALT DRS1800 1 in. insulated cable staples (sold separately). Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20-Volt. Nominal voltage is 18-Volt.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
7.75
Product Height (in.)
12
Product Width (in.)
3

Details

Air Tool Type
Air Nailer
Battery Amp Hours
No Battery
Battery/Charger
Tool Only
Charger Included
Charger Not Included
Condition
New
Cordless/ Corded
Cordless
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Maximum Fastener Size
1 in
Minimum Fastener Size
1 in
Motor Type
Brushless
Number of Total Batteries Included
0
Power Type
Cordless Electric
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Air Tool

Questions & Answers

18Questions14Answers

Will it accept all Dewalt batteries?

Asked by Jonathan December 20, 2020
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Answer

Hello Jonathan, All 20v & 60v batteries fit this tool. Good luck sir!

Can i use any other staples

Asked by HMatt December 13, 2020
1
Answer

No. Nobody else makes a cordless stapler to my knowledge.

Does it work with low volt wire such CAT6, COAX, speaker and alarm wire?

Asked by LowVoltTech September 29, 2020
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Answers

It does not have staple depth regulator. The depth would be same and some smaller cables can be loose. Staples are wide, so smaller cables can be loose

How many staples does it hold

Asked by Bob September 24, 2020
1
Answer

2 sticks of 15 for a total of 30

would this stapler have enough power and length to staple 3/4" chamfer to sheet of 3/4 " cdx?

Asked by KFC September 2, 2020
2
Answers

Yes its perfect for my AV business

May I use the staples to install the corners/bullnose on drywall?

Asked by Drywallguy August 9, 2020
2
Answers

No, it is for stapling cables.

Can this be used to put up vinyl siding

Asked by C8393 July 6, 2020
1
Answer

No not at all. This is for putting up romax cable.

Would this work for securing LP gas lines?

Asked by Jason June 19, 2020
1
Answer

Hi Jason, DCN701B has not been tested for this type of application. Unfortunately we are unable to recommend it for this type of application.

Is this a good staple gun to staple cords to stucco?

Asked by Queenmamba824 April 23, 2020
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Answer

Stucco generally has a Styrofoam base. Stapling cables or cords to stucco would be ineffective because of the Styrofoam would not hold very well. If the stucco was a concrete backer, this stapler my not penetrate the concrete backer. This stapler is designed to staple into wood.

is it possible to buy an extra magazine to limit reload time?

Asked by noobelectrician April 3, 2020
2
Answers

No. I don't believe there is extra magazines for this stapler.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 121 reviews
  • 87% recommend this product
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Now this is a fantastic tool. It doesn’t seem to...
Now this is a fantastic tool. It doesn’t seem to matter what size cable I am running but the staples always seem to have just the right amount of pressure holding the product.
by BrownBuilt
Great tool
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I just picked this up a few weeks ago and been using it love how convenient it is especially 2 10/3 romex under a staples is great
by Bory Eang
Great stapler makes work easier and that’s the point right....
Great stapler makes work easier and that’s the point right.
by Tycustom
First of all the battery life is incredible. I didn't know how the 2 amp hour battery would compa...
First of all the battery life is incredible. I didn't know how the 2 amp hour battery would compare with my bigger 20v Dewalt batteries, all my Dewalt batteries last forever and this one isn't an exception. I have put a whole box of staples through it over two days, a garage rough in and a smaller residential rough in. The battery is still showing 3/3 bars, I am now not even going to bother bringing my spare battery and charger. One tip to help you use less staples, and this also makes the staple hold tighter. When you pull the trigger to staple your wire push into it a little. When you do it on engineered joists push a little harder with your off hand on the back. Its funny to see people claiming to be electricians not figure this out when I figured it out halfway through my first staple box. In the first half of my stapling I stapled excessively because I hadn't figured out I could adjust retention by how hard I pushed. What did I staple though? Data runs - 3 cat5s and a coax on each one x5 A ton of home runs in 12/2, it handled doubling, and even trippling up of the wire like it was nothing. A 10/3 for a dryer which again went beautifully. Another really awesome way you can use this stapler is to put the bottom at the last staple and hit it again. I could do most of my stapling today one handed because the head of the stapler held the wire up. The prongs that go around the wire also allowed me to straighten the wire and hold, and staple it all with one hand. This one handed operation is a godsend up on a ladder, you can do more with less ladder moves. Whoever came up with the "2x faster than manual hammering" in the Dewalt marketing office was generously understating how much time this thing saves. One more time for the little girl that returned his stapler because it "didn't staple hard enough to hold the wire straight", push into it and work a little, Newtons laws apply. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. This stapler hits them powerfully meaning if you aren't pushing it will bounce back slightly and lead to less penetration. In other words don't be dissuaded from buying this because of people who don't understand physics or nay sayers saying they are having a hard time with staple availability. The staples will come and are already very available.
by Joe
7 people found this helpful
Dewalt Cable stapler is one of the best for Romax cables and it is quality built feels sturdy ...
Dewalt Cable stapler is one of the best for Romax cables and it is quality built feels sturdy and does the job in a variety of wood types today i took out old rusty stables and used the DeWALT stapler to re secure the wires and not only but for the past 2 months this dewalt Romax stapler is one good tool to have for securing Romax wire to wood. the kit comes as a Ready to use kit stapler, staples ,battery and charger and clear instructions and soft case
by Sam
4 people found this helpful
The Dewalt DCN701 Cordless Cable Stapler is built for residential wiring applications. It is use...
The Dewalt DCN701 Cordless Cable Stapler is built for residential wiring applications. It is used of fastening Romex brand wires and cables. The cable stapler is twice as fast as manual hammer stapling. It has a proprietary cable guide for aligning the staple over cable meaning that it help preventing putting a staple into the cable or Romex wires. It has a center -mount LED helps to provide light to see the area you are trying to staple. It is compatible with the Dewalt DRS1800 1” insulated cable staples. IT comes with DCN701 Cordless cable stapler, one 20V Max DCB203 battery, charger, belt clip and kit bag. It does not come with any staple so you will have to purchase them separately. It comes with a 3-year limited warranty on the tool and the battery. It very simple to use and fast. Love it. Just a note: There were some complains about not having the staples in stock, they do have them now.
by MikeLikesIt
2 people found this helpful
The DeWALT 20V MAX Cordless Cable Stapler is built for residential wiring applications, primarily fastening Romex brand wires and cables to your 2 x 4 framing. This stapler has a cable guide that helps to drive staples over cable. When stapled to a single cable it leaves a little space between the cable and the staple. It is capable of stapling 14 to 10 cable gauges, 2-wire & 3-wire. It can staple double stacked cable, excluding 10-3 cable gauge. The compact frame and lightweight design are ideal for tight spaces. A center-mounted LED light helps to eliminate shadows and illuminate the work area in low light conditions. It uses DEWALT DRS1800 1 in. insulated cable staples.The tool comes with a battery, battery charger and tool bag. I only wish I had this cable stapler when I was wiring my new bedroom addition to my home instead of having to use individual cable nails which is so slow and labor intensive. In addition if you mishit the cable staple with your hammer, as I have often done, you need to remove the staple and re-nail. As always DeWALT has come up with an excellent tool for both the homeowner as well as the professional.
by Larry
3 people found this helpful
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The Mack daddy or staple guns!...
The Mack daddy or staple guns!
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