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Model #R692SBEN

18-Gauge 1-1/2 in. Finish Stapler and 18-Gauge 2-1/8 in. Brad Nailer Kit

  • Versatility and a wide variety of applications in a single kit
  • Includes: Finish Stapler and Brad Nailer
  • Free Parts and Service for Life with Registration
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Product Overview

RIDGID introduces the 18-Gauge 1-1/2 in. Finish Stapler and 18-Gauge 2-1/8 in. Brad Nailer Kit. The 18-Gauge 1-1/2 in. Finish Stapler features a magazine that allows a wide range of fastener diameters and the internal piston catch delivers consistent driving power. It is designed for clean operation and long life, and equipped with no-mar pads that help prevent scuffing or damage to the work surface. The 18-Gauge 2-1/8 in. Brad Nailer has Hex Grip overmolding, an oil-less motor, an ACCU-Drive tip design, and No-Mar Pads. It has a selectable trigger that can be set to contact or sequential fire. The magazine allows a wide range of fastener lengths and the internal piston catch delivers consistent driving power. It is designed for clean operation and long life and equipped with no-mar pads that help prevent scuffing or damage to the work surface. All of these features are backed by the RIDGID Industry Leading Lifetime Service Agreement. That means FREE Parts. FREE Service. For LIFE. This kit includes the 18-Gauge 1-1/2 in. Finish Stapler, the 18-Gauge 2-1/8 in. Brad Nailer, and an operator's manual.
  • Stapler: Powerful motor able to drive 1-1/2 in. staples into solid oak
  • Stapler: Bottom load magazine allows for quick and easy staple loading
  • Stapler: Adjustable rear exhaust with muffler puts the exhaust where you want it without any tools
  • Nailer: Oil-less motor eliminates daily oiling and oil splattering on the work surface
  • Nailer: Dry-fire lockout extends motor life and prevents marring work surfaces
  • Nailer: No-mar pad keeps work surface clean of tool marks
  • Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days
  • Includes: (1) R150FSE 18-Gauge 1-1/2 in. Finish Stapler, (1) R213BNE 18-Gauge 2-1/8 in. Brad Nailer, and operator's manual
  • RIDGID: Powerful. Durable. Professional.






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Specifications

Dimensions

Air Inlet Size
.25 in
Product Depth (in.)
21 in
Product Height (in.)
12.38 in
Product Length (in.)
12.38 in
Product Width (in.)
3.25 in

Details

Air consumption at recommended operating pressure (CFM)
.05
Air Tool Type
Air Tool Kit
Hose Included
No
Housing Material
Metal
Included
Bag,Nails
Number of Pieces Included
2
Project Type
Air Tool Combos
Recommended operating pressure (psi)
70
Returnable
90-Day
Tool weight (lb.)
4.2
Tools Included
18-Gauge 1-1/2 in. Finish Stapler, 18-Gauge 2-1/8 in. Brad Nailer
Tools Product Type
Air Tool Kit

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase

Questions & Answers

60Questions34Answers

Will the 1 1/2 inch staple take 18 gauge, 5/8” staples as well or just the specified size and gauge only?

Asked by Bruce December 14, 2020
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Answer

Hi Bruce, Thanks for your interest in the RIDGID 18-Gauge 1-1/2 in. Finish Stapler and 18-Gauge 2-1/8 in. Brad Nailer Kit R692SBEN. The R150FSE 18-Gauge 1-1/2 in. Finish Stapler will accept 3/8 in. to 1-1/2 in. fasteners and the R213BNE 18-Gauge 2-1/8 in. Brad Nailer will accept a faster range of 5/8 in. to 2-1/8 in. I hope this helps and thanks for contacting RIDGID! - Eve

can I use a 16 gauge nails on it ?

Asked by elias September 17, 2019
5
Answers

This tool was designed specifically for 18 gauge brad nails. The use of 16 gauge nails would likely jam the tool, I would not use any size but 18 gauge.

Okay, what exactlt ia beinf sold??

Asked by TheAmazingRando August 30, 2019
2
Answers

Your question makes no sense. Please proofread your question before you hit the send button. Restate your question clearly, and maybe someone will answer it.

What’s the difference between the BNE and BNF models?

Asked by Keith April 6, 2019
1
Answer

Hi KE. One is online only. That is the BNE. Thanks for asking. Greg

Does this nailer use staples as well?

Asked by Deb March 21, 2019
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Answers

no

Where is this 18-gauge nailer made?

Asked by Wally February 11, 2019
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Answers

The Ridge Tool Company is an American manufacturing company that makes and distributes hand tools under the Ridgid brand name. The company was founded in 1923 in North Ridgeville, Ohio. In 1943, it relocated to its current location in Elyria, Ohio

can i buy just thr bag seperatley for this gun?

Asked by Sam December 1, 2018
3
Answers

No. I've found a LOT of the Ridgid bags at my local flea market.

Can you use staples in it

Asked by Sheldon September 8, 2018
8
Answers

I belive you will need to purchase a staple shooter...I find nothing in the literature about staples.

Picture shows it has safety glasses. Doesn't say anything below. does it come with a pair?

Asked by Dave August 19, 2018
3
Answers

Hi Dave, This model does come with the clear safety glasses and also the tool bag. Thanks for your interest. Greg

What is the difference between model r213bnf and r213bne?

Asked by Kato August 15, 2018
2
Answers

R213BNF - Has selectable fire rate or fire on contact versus trigger firing only.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 94% recommend this product
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Only problem I have is it was missing one of the extra tips it comes with. other than that it has...
Only problem I have is it was missing one of the extra tips it comes with. other than that it has functioned well at 70psi and is pretty quiet
by Internetbuyer
Works very well out of the box, it left a very small mark after driving the brad into the baseboa...
Works very well out of the box, it left a very small mark after driving the brad into the baseboard, much better results that what the original contractor did with the finish work. Also used my Ridgid miter saw for all the cuts on the baseboard both work great.
by Tinman
This is a good nailer and the price was right Used for crown base window and door trim Also ins...
This is a good nailer and the price was right Used for crown base window and door trim Also installed two bamboo floors Light weight and tough Easy to load and use Not one bad thing about it Very pleased
by Peppercreek
Used this for window trim \ door molding, and also full 3/4" pine to finished plywood ( 1 1/4" na...
Used this for window trim \ door molding, and also full 3/4" pine to finished plywood ( 1 1/4" nails with glue ) Set compressor to 80 psi not a problem ..plenty of power to set nails . easy to use and is very versatile... great tool !
by Fred
5 people found this helpful
This little Ridgid drives like a dream. Lightweight with good features (like the swivel coupler)...
This little Ridgid drives like a dream. Lightweight with good features (like the swivel coupler). Easy to setup and load. Good ergos. Puts nails where I expect them to land. And of course, I love the bags that come with the tools. I have no regrets with this over a competitor.
by Flynn
4 people found this helpful
great tool
I needed a nail gun to hang tounge and groove pine to ceiling, picked this up due to past luck with Ridgid tools, this nail gun works very well.
by bman
2 people found this helpful
Should have bought one 20 years ago
Purchased to put on some baseboards and toe molding - worked like a charm. Took a 2 hour job and turned it into a 10 minute one. Some reviews voiced concern that to 2" 18 gauge nail would hold baseboards, but I didn't have any problems. I also used to trim out some columns, so much easier than nailing in with a hammer and having the parts move ever so slightly which leads to caulk job to fill gaps created by slight shifting in parts. I used window glazing compound to fill small nails hole in baseboards, couldn't even see them in oak toe molding so I left alone.
by Diydave
16 people found this helpful
May Be The Best Brad Nailer for the Money
I broke the exhaust cap on the top of my old (~20 years) Porter Cable brad nailer (probably one of the times it fell of the bench) and it started spewing oily exhaust everywhere. The parts to fix it were over $50, so time to look for a NEW brad nailer. I wanted the following features: Oil-Less operation, easy depth adjustment, empty magazine trigger lock, rear exhaust, swivel air connection, and light weight and good ergonomics. You list may vary, but if you've used a brad nailer for a few years, our lists are probably similar. For example, the trigger lock may seem gimmicky, until you've punch a bunch of holes in a work-piece and you don't know which ones actually have brads in them. Or you've gotten a snoot-full of oily air exhaust a few too many times. The RIDGID hit all the items on the list, PLUS had a lifetime warranty for parts. They do make you jump through hoops on the internet to Register the tool for the Warranty, but it's probably worth it. All the plastic bits (like the brad magazine) are a little concerning, but we'll see how they hold up. If there's a problem, we'll test the Lifetime warranty. The "bump" feature is probably unnecessary on a brad nailer, unless you're doing production work; I WOULD like to have that feature on a staple gun for installing insulation, for example. I've only run a few dozen brads through the RIDGID (heck, I only bought it a few hours ago) and everything works as advertised. Unexpected things: it's MUCH quieter (rear exhaust?) than the PC, AND easier to handle in tight spaces. Really easy and fun to use right out of the box. Several of the Building Contractor discussion boards mentioned the RIDGID as the favorite brad nailer for tradesmen; previously, I hadn't even considered RIDGID at all, and I almost NEVER buy tools at Home Depot. Considering that the RIDGID hit every item on the feature list, AND was about HALF the cost of the Porter Cable (in constant dollars), this thing is a steal.
by hank
9 people found this helpful
Great tool for the price
Picked this tool up yesterday at the Christiana Home Depot based on reviews. Today we hung crown molding in a small bedroom, and I must say this nail gun exceeded my expectations. Light weight and ease of use really impressed me. Obviously this isn't the right tool for someone driving tons of nails a day, but for the average homeowner this is a steal.
by EmilioCigaro
2 people found this helpful
Rockin Doc
This tool is top shelf ! I used it on a project in my house that took 3 weeks to complete and the unit worked flawless . I read the reviews on it first and then made the purchase, The name Rigid speaks for itself when it comes to quality. I also bought their skillsaw and it too is a great tool with good balance.
by RockinDoc
2 people found this helpful
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