Oh dear. JohnO, this is a brad nailer, it ONLY shoots 18 ga brad nails. It will not shoot any other type of nail like ring shank nails.
Yes, the DCN680B can be used with the FLEXVOLT line of batteries.
Hi Johnping, The unit DCN680B weighs 4 lbs
My batteries are still good after a couple of years...I’ve found that leaving them in the chargers reduces the battery life on my older drills, so I remove them as soon as they are charged.
You can use the 20V battery with the 20V tools. You can use the 20V battery in conjunction with the DCA1820 with most 18V tools as well.
no this just uses nails
Yes I believe so. But more practical and cost-effective to buy two.
I work construction. And use other people’s charges. The model really shouldn’t matter just long as it matches with the voltage the charger puts out. I’ve never had problems charging the batteries unless cold.
Depends what your tool requires. If your tool is 20V then yes it will work. If it is 60V tool then you will kill your battery and or motor. A 60V battery WILL work in a 20V tool but the Battery is a LOT heavier. I go with the 2Ah for flashlight, 6Ah batteries for most tools and 12Ah/4Ah 60V for my right angle grinder. Angle grinder is 60V. To paraphrase the tool guy you can never have too much power...
Not as long likely. I believe these are the smallest they make in the 20V range. Only rated for 2 Hours continuous use. But they're god enough for me.