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21-Degree 3-1/2 in. Round Head Framing Nailer with 1/4 in. 50 ft. Lay Flat Air Hose

  • Industry leading 8 nails per second
  • Includes: 1/4 in. 50 ft. Lay Flat Air Hose
  • Free Parts and Service for Life on Nailer
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Product Overview

RIDGID introduces the 21-Degree 3-1/2 in. Round Head Framing Nailer with 1/4 in. 50 ft. Lay Flat Air Hose. Featuring Magnesium Metal Housing, this nailer is the fastest in its class at 8 nails per second compared to competitors 3 nails per second. This nailer is backed by the RIDGID Industry Leading Lifetime Service Agreement. That means FREE Parts. FREE Service. For LIFE. Included with the Round Head Framing Nailer are a swivel quick connect, no-mar pads, and an operator's manual. The RIDGID Lay Flat Hose has a unique lay flat design that allows it to keep its shape, is kink resistant and is non-tangling. At just over 3 lbs. for a 50 ft. hose, its lightweight design makes it easier for you to maneuver around your work space. Heavy-duty 360° swivel fittings with bend restrictors make the usual weakest point, one of this hose's strengths. The durability of the bend restrictors provide extra support to increase the life of the hose. Unlike other hoses, the Lay Flat Hose is able to flex in cold weather, which allows you to keep working regardless of your climate. Its 100% field repairable which saves you time and money in case of an accidental tear. With a 300 Max PSI capacity, the RIDGID Lay Flat Hose can be used for heavy-duty applications. The 1/4 in. 50 ft. Lay Flat Air Hose is warranted against defective parts and labor and includes 360° swivel fittings.
  • Nailer: Magnesium Metal Housing provides lightweight and durable construction
  • Nailer: Tool-free selectable trigger lets you conveniently and quickly change between contact and sequential firing modes
  • Nailer: Rear-loading magazine with bypass pusher for quick, 2-step reloading
  • Nailer: Powerful motor can drive 3-1/2 in. x 0.148 in. framing nails (16D common) into the hardest engineered lumbers
  • Nailer: Dry-fire lockout extends the motor life, prevents misfires, and prevents marring of the work surface
  • Nailer: Over-Molded Handle and Trigger: Rubber overmold interlocks with the metal housing for maximum durability and prevents the grip from twisting
  • Nailer: Exhaust diffuser with muffler automatically directs exhaust away from user
  • Nailer: Tool-free jam clearing door provides easy access to clearing infrequent jams
  • Nailer: Aggressive toe-nailing claw reduces slipping during angled nailing
  • Nailer: No-mar pad keeps work surface clean of tool marks
  • Nailer: Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase
  • Nailer: Includes: (1) R350RHF 21-Degree 3-1/2 in. Round Head Framing Nailer, a swivel quick connect, no-mar pads, and an operator's manual
  • Hose: Lay Flat Design: Allows for less hose tangle keeps its shape, is non-marring and has virtually no hose memory
  • Hose: 360° Swivel Fittings with Bend Restrictors: Allows you to easily maneuver across your work area and increases the life of the hose
  • Hose: Quick Storage: Hose material allows you to quickly wind and unwind hose for increased productivity
  • Hose: Limited Lifetime Warranty: This product is warranted against material and workmanship defects. Misuse and normal wear and tear are not covered.
  • Hose: Includes: (1) R5025LF 1/4 in. 50 ft. Lay Flat Air Hose with 360° Swivel Fittings
  • RIDGID: Powerful. Durable. Professional.






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Price
Ratings
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Power TypeAirAirAirAir
Maximum Fastener Size3-1/2 in3-1/2 in3-1/4 in3-1/2 in
Nailgun Angle21212821
Nail Gauge1818NA / Other15
Cordless/ CordedCordedCordedCordedCorded
Minimum Fastener Size2 in2 in2 in2 in
ReconditionedNoNoNoNo
IncludedNo additional components or accessories are included,OilOilNo additional components or accessories are includedNo additional components or accessories are included
Loading typeStripStripStripStrip
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
18.35
Product Height (in.)
9.49
Product Width (in.)
9.21

Details

Air Tool Type
Air Nailer
Compressor/Air Tool Features
Fastener Depth Control
Condition
New
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Hub Required
No hub connection available
Included
Oil
Loading type
Strip
Maximum Fastener Size
3-1/2 in
Minimum Fastener Size
2 in
Minimum Recommended Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI
0.2
Minimum Recommended Operating Pressure (psi)
70 PSI
Nail Gauge
18
Nailgun Angle
21
Power Options
Battery
Power Type
Air
Reconditioned
No
Remote Access
No Remote Access
Requires Hub?
No Hub Required
Returnable
90-Day
Smart Home Protocol
Bluetooth
Tools Product Type
Air Tool
Voice Control Hub Required
No Voice Control
Works With
Proprietary App

Questions & Answers

105Questions24Answers

Would this be good for exterior panels on a shed? Or would a finishing nailer be better?

Asked by Curious May 5, 2021
2
Answers

Curious, thank you for your interest in the RIDGID 21-Degree 3-1/2 in. Round Head Framing Nailer. Yes, this would be perfect for that project. Thank you for asking, If you have further questions and would like to speak with a RIDGID Customer Experience Professional, please call, 1-866-539-1710 M-F from 9am-6pm EST. Hope this helps! - Vini

will this gun shoot 20 degree nails?

Asked by confused April 27, 2021
4
Answers

RIDGID 21-Degree, read the description, do not deviate.

will this also work for roofing and sheathing? I'm trying to build a garage by myself and not tr...

Asked by steve March 17, 2021
5
Answers

No, roofing nails are different with a broader head, this is a framing nailer that can be used for sheathing, but a roof nailer for roofing.

I have a bostitch 6 gallon compressor. Will this hose work with my compressor?

Asked by SRU77 March 15, 2021
1
Answer

SRU77, thank you for your interest in the RIDGID 21-Degree 3-1/2 in. Round Head Framing Nailer with 1/4 in. 50 ft. Lay Flat Air Hose. Yes this hose will wok for any compressor. You would need to get the connectors that match your compressor and put them on the hose. Thank you for asking, If you have further questions and would like to speak with a RIDGID Customer Experience Professional, please call, 1-866-539-1710 M-F from 9am-6pm EST. Hope this helps! - Vini

I have the Ridgid 3 1/2 framing nailer. The first nail goes in completely, after that the nails stick out about 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch.

Asked by Sherwood March 5, 2021
3
Answers

i would oil it and make sure pressure it up arond 105 is what i did worked great,

I loaded the nails upside down. Is it still ok to discharge? Will it damage the nailer?

Asked by Joe February 13, 2021
2
Answers

Joe, thank you for your interest in the RIDGID 21-Degree 3-1/2 in. Round Head Framing Nailer. You should absolutely NOT try to discharge the nailer. If you cannot remove the nails by hand you will need to take this to a service center. Thank you for asking, If you have further questions and would like to speak with a RIDGID Customer Experience Professional, please call, 1-866-539-1710 M-F from 9am-6pm EST. Hope this helps! - Vini

Is there a mural for the hose I just purchased?

Asked by Have February 2, 2021
1
Answer

Have, thank you for your interest in the RIDGID 1/4 in. 50 ft. Lay Flat Air Hose. I am sorry, no. There is not an Owner's Manual for this product. Thank you for asking, If you have further questions and would like to speak with a RIDGID Customer Experience Professional, please call, 1-866-539-1710 M-F from 9am-6pm EST. Hope this helps! - Vini

Can i sheath with this gun and what size nail do i need if i can

Asked by Mk January 30, 2021
1
Answer

MK, thank you for your interest in the RIDGID 21-Degree 3-1/2 in. Round Head Framing Nailer. This Framing Nailer takes 3-1/2 in. framing nails with a minimum shank diameter of 0.113 in. and a maximum shank diameter of 0.148 in. As long as the nail will make it through the material you are sheathing with and into the lumber you are anchoring it to this Nailer should work fine for sheathing. Again you would use 3-1/2 in. nails. Thank you for asking, If you have further questions and would like to speak with a RIDGID Customer Experience Professional, please call, 1-866-539-1710 M-F from 9am-6pm EST. Hope this helps! - Vini

will this nailer take 3-1/4 inch x .131 inch Hot Dip Galvanized Nails, Spiral (Screw) Shank, 12D,...

Asked by tomb523 December 31, 2020
2
Answers

Hello Tomb523, The RIDGID 21-Degree 3-1/2 in. Round Head Framing Nailer R350RHF can use 21 degree nail sizes with a Minimum nail shank diameter of 0.113 in. and maximum of .0.148 in. I hope this helps. If you need further assistance with this question, please contact RIDGID Customer Support directly at 1-866-539-1710, Monday thru Friday 9am to 6pm EST and follow the prompts for Technical Support. Thanks for reaching out to us. - Eve

I used my gun two days ago, worked great. Today gun will work? rigid air compressor. plenty of ai...

Asked by william October 26, 2020
3
Answers

Need to know what the gun is doing to answer this question. The gun is extremely reliable, but must have the right nails. The wrong angle on the nail will cause the gun to jam. Some generic nails will not work,

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Customer Reviews

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  • 93% recommend this product
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OK tool, LSA is terrible!
I have an earlier version of this tool. For light construction it isn't bad. This issue is the LSA-Lifetime Service Agreement. I had to have some repairs done a few years ago, the authorized service center is quite a distance from my home, and they had it for over 2 months. Now, several small parts have loosened up and fallen out on a jobsite. I asked my local Home Depot associate if they could order the parts or help me out, and was told I had to file a claim or go to the RIGID site to order the parts. So now, here I am, making the repairs myself. The very small parts that will fit in my hand, nuts/bolts/washers/springs, totaled $25. But, RIGID is charging $13.95 for shipping, which is asinine. Ultimately, it will cost less to pay for the parts and get them quickly, as opposed to spending 2 plus hours of my time travelling to/from the repair center plus lost time from paying jobs and the cost of either buying a replacement, or renting a replacement. I have learned that the LSA is meaningless unless you live close to a service center, or have extreme patience. What's more, you can ask different Home Depot associates about the LSA, and you will get different answers. I have been told that the Home Depot store will ship the tool to be repaired, I have been told the HD tool rental center does all the repairs, and I have been told the only way to use the LSA is to file a claim. Obviously a training problem exists. My advice, don't by a RIGID tool simply for the LSA.
by HomeRepairGuyinIdaho
13 people found this helpful
Had this hose for a week now and it lays out better than my 100’ hose. Like the color orange and...
Had this hose for a week now and it lays out better than my 100’ hose. Like the color orange and the protective rubber ends at the fittings. Also like the covering of the hose feels like cloth. Rolls out and rolls up very nicely. If you use your compressor, you want this hose.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Everything is pretty good about the gun, but you have to have max air all the time. Very inconsi...
Everything is pretty good about the gun, but you have to have max air all the time. Very inconsistent depths of the nails when the pressure just falls off a little. Requires a good compressor. One thing that I don't like is the style of nails required. The plastic, that holds the nails together, will get caught between the nail head and the wood.
by CaptDavis
7 people found this helpful
I have used about every air hose type manufactured over the years including many in my machine sh...
I have used about every air hose type manufactured over the years including many in my machine shop. Many claim to have superior features but this hose is probably the best I have used for the handyman. When they say it lays flat they are spot on. Many times I have tripped over an air hose that was curled up enough to catch my foot, this one really lies flat and stays flexible in hot and cold weather. The flexibility is superior and it weighs less than 4 pounds. Great for the job site air supply and easy to store.
by BILL
2 people found this helpful
This is a great air hose. It would also be better to call it an anit-kinking hose based on the wa...
This is a great air hose. It would also be better to call it an anit-kinking hose based on the way its made. I have two other hoses that I worry may kink, but not this one. The braiding on the outside of the actual hose looks like it will let the hose lay flat and not kink while dragging the hose around the shop. Now to see how it does when the weather gets cold.
by RbysDad
2 people found this helpful
The Ridgid ¼ in 50 ft. Lay Flat Air Hose is an amazing piece of engineering. The design from tip ...
The Ridgid ¼ in 50 ft. Lay Flat Air Hose is an amazing piece of engineering. The design from tip to tip is very different than the standard air hoses on the market. Ridgid has spent a lot of time listening to the users of their products and applied them to this air hose. Both ends sport 360-degree spindles that keep the hose from coiling and knotting up. Both ends have guards that keep the hose from kinking and working in conjunction with the swivels keep the hose lying flat on the floor. The hose makeup is such that it won’t catch on objects in your shop and the fabric design makes for a no marring and lightweight product. i highly recommend this product as a great addition to anyone's shop.
by jax88
2 people found this helpful
This RIDGID 50 ft. x ¼ in. Lay Flat Air Hose is indeed Ultra-Lightweight, and Flexible. The fittings swivel 360 degrees, though I don’t think that matters when using quick disconnect fittings, which swivel in themselves. The Bend restrictors fit tightly preventing them from sliding back and forth while connecting or disconnecting. This has always been an issue with my old rubber hose, making it a bit of a hassle to push the quick connects together. As for the “Lay Flat” claim, I’m not so sure about it. As the photos below show, it got a bit wrapped up in itself just while coiling it on my hose hangar. As I said, it is Ultra-Lightweight. So light in fact, that the weight of the female connector is enough to pull it down and tighten the coils around the hangar. That’s kind of a hassle for me. To prevent it, I have to connect it to my air chuck hanging on a hook above the hose, which I’m not crazy about. I don’t like leaving tools connected when not in use, and that air chuck will have to be disconnected to wrap it back up (or using other tools). This alone may make me go back to my rubber hose. I don’t know how abrasion resistant the hose will be. The description says its “field repairable, but one might need to keep repair fittings on hand for this to be a benefit. Additionally, there is a warning to discard it if it comes in regular contact with gasoline, so it might be a problem in some shops (not mine). Overall, this looks to be a pretty good hose, but I don’t know if it’s worth the $45 price. And, I would really like to see MADE IN USA.
by 1OldMan
4 people found this helpful
This is a very heavy duty hose that allows the end fitting to rotate when attached to fittings. ...
This is a very heavy duty hose that allows the end fitting to rotate when attached to fittings. I installed this in my shop with my air compressor and i noted that the hose does not bind up like other types of air hoses that I own. It is made of heavy duty rubber type compound and is ribbed for easy handling. It is 50 feet long and reaches most places in my shop.
by 010540
2 people found this helpful
The Ridgid 1/4 inch I.D. Lay-Flat 50 Ft. air hose is an excellent product. This air hose sports ...
The Ridgid 1/4 inch I.D. Lay-Flat 50 Ft. air hose is an excellent product. This air hose sports all of the normally found features on today's air hoses like 300 PSI max operating pressure and quality brass fittings but it also has swivel fittings on both hose ends and a real nice woven fabric covering on the hose. I haven't seen that since my first 1980's era air hose that came with my old compressor. Looks cool and feels great! Also this hose really does lay flat when uncurled and ready for use. It's very supple and flexible. Perfect for snaking your way into and around works in-progress. I liked this air hose a lot but it is pricey and for the price I feel that it should have included the quick-connectors already installed on both ends. After adding your choice of quick-connects you will have spent over $50.00. Also I would like to see a 3/8 inch version offered. 1/4 inch air hoses work very well for small to intermediate size air tools but larger tools like framing nail guns, sanders and spray guns often need more CFM of air than a 1/4 inch hose can supply. This hose works great with brad nailers, finish nailers, air brushes and similar devices but don't rely on it for bigger stuff. Overall, this air hose is excellent and even though tools don't have to look good this hose is attractive!
by basspro361
2 people found this helpful
I install flooring, so when the crew gets multiple polyurethane hoses going they seem to always g...
I install flooring, so when the crew gets multiple polyurethane hoses going they seem to always get intertwined. Then, I introduced them to this hose and we all love it because it's not a trip hazard like other hoses. It lays flat and makes the jobsite less chaotic. It's a little pricey, but definitely worth it, so far. Looking into getting a few more.
by Nickdawg
4 people found this helpful
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