Model # TRE550Z

Internet #100388382

Store SKU #590102

Stanley 2-in-1 Electric Stapler and Strip Brad Nailer
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Stanley

2-in-1 Electric Stapler and Strip Brad Nailer

  • Match the output force with the material
  • Features a soft grip handle for comfort
  • Anti-jam feature helps prevent jammed staples
$2997 /each
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Product Overview

  • Match the output force with the material
  • Features a soft grip handle for comfort
  • Anti-jam feature helps prevent jammed staples
The versatile Stanley 2-in-1 Electric Stapler and Strip Brad Nailer operates as a staple gun for use with materials such as ceiling tile and carpet padding and as a brad nailer for use with picture frames and moulding. The high/low power feature helps you match the output force for the material, while the anti-jam feature helps prevent jammed staples. The soft-grip handle and trigger offer comfort during operation.
  • High/low power levels enable you to tailor the output force for hard or soft materials
  • Flush nose design helps you staple in hard-to-reach areas
  • Trigger offers comfortable operation
  • Operates as a staple gun and as a brad nailer for versatile performance
  • Anti-jam feature helps prevent staples from becoming jammed
  • Heavy-duty design provides great driving power
  • All-metal drive channel for high penetration
  • Use to install insulation, ceiling tile, carpet padding and moulding
  • Great for building picture frames, hobby projects and more
  • Soft-grip handle for a comfortable hold
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

  • Match the output force with the material
  • Features a soft grip handle for comfort
  • Anti-jam feature helps prevent jammed staples
Model #: TRE550Z
Sku #: 590102
Internet #: 100388382

The versatile Stanley 2-in-1 Electric Stapler and Strip Brad Nailer operates as a staple gun for use with materials such as ceiling tile and carpet padding and as a brad nailer for use with picture frames and moulding. The high/low power feature helps you match the output force for the material, while the anti-jam feature helps prevent jammed staples. The soft-grip handle and trigger offer comfort during operation.

  • High/low power levels enable you to tailor the output force for hard or soft materials
  • Flush nose design helps you staple in hard-to-reach areas
  • Trigger offers comfortable operation
  • Operates as a staple gun and as a brad nailer for versatile performance
  • Anti-jam feature helps prevent staples from becoming jammed
  • Heavy-duty design provides great driving power
  • All-metal drive channel for high penetration
  • Use to install insulation, ceiling tile, carpet padding and moulding
  • Great for building picture frames, hobby projects and more
  • Soft-grip handle for a comfortable hold
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Name 2-in-1 Electric Stapler and Strip Brad Nailer Pro-Quality Hammer Tacker Carbon Fiber Composite Hammer Tacker 6 in. Electric Stapler and Brad Nailer
Brand Stanley Bon Tool DEWALT Arrow Fastener
Ratings (289) (0) (24) (931)
Maximum staple size (in.) .5 0.375 .5 .5625
Staple type T50 T50 T50 T50
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
11.2 in
Assembled Height (in.)
10.3 in
Assembled Width (in.)
4 in
Handle Length (in.)
5

Details

Hand Tool Type
Stapler
Maximum staple size (in.)
.5
Returnable
90-Day
Staple type
T50
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
11.2 in
Assembled Height (in.)
10.3 in
Assembled Width (in.)
4 in
Handle Length (in.)
5

Details

Hand Tool Type
Stapler
Maximum staple size (in.)
.5
Returnable
90-Day
Staple type
T50
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

Will the Stanley TRE550Z stapler secure upholstery fabric to a hard wood frame?

Will the Stanley TRE550Z stapler secure upholstery fabric to a hard wood frame?
Asked by: Buck
yes- but you have to use brads- NOT staples on antique furniture... staples will just bounce off that OLD hard wood
Answered by: bob
Date published: 2017-11-11

Does this have enough power to staple upholstery into hard plastic?

Asked by: DannyH
I tried it on pvc pipe. It seems too hard. Id say no on pvc plastic
Answered by: mike
Date published: 2017-11-11

What is the maximum length of brad nails the unit can use?

Don't want to purchase if it is less than 1" for brad nails not staples.
Asked by: 5thwheel
It is small for paneling and narrow trim.
Answered by: BJDKLD
Date published: 2017-11-11

How do you put the Staples in this staple gun

Asked by: Michael
The directions are really bad as far as loading the gun. I sat there for 10 minutes trying to figure it out from the diagram. It's actually SIMPLE once you do it once: 1) unclip and remove the loader arm. 2) just drop the staples in facing out (just like you'd expect) in that slot where you removed the loading arm. Do not try putting them on top of the loading arm. Just drop them inside the open space created by removing the loading arm in the stapler (see pic below). 3) push the loading arm back in the slot and lock it up. That's it. It's really, really, simple.
Answered by: BNSFguy
Date published: 2017-12-09
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Customer Reviews

2-in-1 Electric Stapler and Strip Brad Nailer is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 289.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was looking for a stapler for putting up plastic in my basement over the insulation. I looked a... I was looking for a stapler for putting up plastic in my basement over the insulation. I looked at many models, but I chose this one due to the fact that can be used with brad nails as well as staples. I was concerned about the power level, but once I used it I was pleasantly surprised. It is very powerful. I was also impressed with the loading system and more importantly, with the lack of jams. I have not experienced one jam in the time that I've owned it. I'd love to have them make a battery powered unit like this one, I'd buy that too, just for roofing. The cord is really not an issue for me and my application. I'd buy this again.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Needed to put up Armstrong 12x12 ceiling tiles on wood furring strips. I didn't want to use my m... Needed to put up Armstrong 12x12 ceiling tiles on wood furring strips. I didn't want to use my manual stapler and didn't really want to deal with a air compressor, nor spend the money on a cordless stapler. Then I found this gem at Home Depot for under $30!!! Not much more than the cost of a heavy duty manual stapler. I used Arrow T50 1/2 inch galvanized steel staples and installed on pine furring strips. Worked great!!! The stapler's plastic casing makes it very light weight and just lightly press the trigger and the electric stapler did the rest!!! Might not be good for harder wood, or a more heavy duty job, but for installing these 12x12 ceiling tiles onto pine furring strips, this was awesome! Worked better than I anticipated.
Date published: 2017-08-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I needed to make (2) bunks for my boat trailer because one of the bunks had rotted straight thru ... I needed to make (2) bunks for my boat trailer because one of the bunks had rotted straight thru and I couldn't launch my boat without damaging it so I bought this stapler from Home Depot along with the staples, wood, glue and carpet to build new ones. I got about 3/4 of the way thru attaching the carpet to the first bunk when it just stopped working. All I heard was a click and something came loose inside and was moving around. I only put about 100 staples thru it and it failed. What a piece of junk. I took it back and bought a dewalt which works 10 times better. Don't get hung up on a project like I did. A 2 hour project turned into a 4 hour nightmare.
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The product is a bit different from the usual staple guns. You retract the "plunger" that keeps t... The product is a bit different from the usual staple guns. You retract the "plunger" that keeps the staples and instead of loading them from the back you drop them in upside down from the bottom. It's actually easy, but had me baffled for awhile. As I'm used to the way a standard staple gun works didn't read the instructions first. Once I got that done it worked well. You have to adjust the "power" with the dial depending on the staple length and the density of the material. I used this only once but it was great for the job of stapling metal screen over some eave vents in a shed.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stapler for the price. I used it to drive both the shortest and longest staples without any... Great stapler for the price. I used it to drive both the shortest and longest staples without any issue. The 8 foot cord is really nice. A lot of electric staplers come with a very short, 1 foot cord, which means, not only do you ALWAYS require an extension cord, but you've got the added bulk of the extension cord connector right near the stapler. That makes it much more difficult to use quickly and easily. This stapler will also drive nails as well. It's a very good deal for under $30.00. It's definitely not a commercial stapler, but for the "every now and than homeowner use", it's a great product and I'd buy it again. I break it out every Christmas to hang the holiday lights. Makes quick work of putting them up.
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just a tip Some people complained that the sharpshooter stopped working for them. If your sharpshooter stops working altogether (before you trash it) open the stapler up and look at the area where the small black plate pushes out the staple. if you can see the plate, then it needs to be pushed back in where it is no longer visible. If it continues to hang up, a drop of WD-40 will get it sliding again. :) This happened to me and I thought the stapler was completely dead at first. I deducted a star because I have to tap in the staples a bit when stapling a very hard wood. But for thirty bucks, it is a good stapler for household projects.
Date published: 2014-03-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bought it to staple plastic sheeting (4 mil) to a 2 x 4 wall, new construction. I have to follow ... Bought it to staple plastic sheeting (4 mil) to a 2 x 4 wall, new construction. I have to follow along behind it and hit each and every staple with a hammer. You have to consult the owners manual to adjust it. It has plus sign + and a minus sign - on the adjustment knob but there are arrows going EACH direction by EACH symbol so which direction do you turn it. I guess I'm old fashioned, I don't get that. Put an arrow by the plus and an arrow going the opposite direction by the minus. It doesn't seem to make any difference at all no matter which way you turn it. I probably could have just bought a box of thumbtacks for the job. I don't like it. Maybe if I used smaller staples. It does have a nice long cord and it easy to load, doesn't jam. It's pretty good quality.
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I thought I could use this stapler to staple vinyl to plastic to recover a motorcycle seat. It wa... I thought I could use this stapler to staple vinyl to plastic to recover a motorcycle seat. It was not strong enough. I used Stanley extra strong staples that bent too easily and were dull compared to some old arrow Staples I found that worked better, but still not good enough. The stapler has a metal tang in front of where it staples that must be depressed all the way or the stapler will not fire. The stapler would often not fire. Much of the time it took an inordinate amount of pressure to get it to fire--the soft vinyl prevented the metal tang from depressing to the staplers satisfaction. It shouldn't have been so difficult. I found a 30 year old hand stapler that was stronger. The fact that it is electric makes it much more convient than a manual stapler, but no stronger.
Date published: 2017-07-15
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