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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
$ 29 97
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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 molding. 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 molding
  • 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 molding. 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 molding
  • 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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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

How do you put the Staples in this staple gun

Asked by: Michael
same as an office stapler. very easy.
Answered by: paf2004
Date published: 2019-01-28

Do any staples come in the box with the stapler? If so, what size staples are they (1/4in, .5in)?

Do any staples come in the box with the stapler? If so, what size staples are they (1/4in, .5in)?
Asked by: RUKiddingme
No staples come with this stapler. They are plentiful and cheap. Buy what you need.
Answered by: Sharkaru
Date published: 2018-06-03

I bought this and tried with the recommended sizes of staples, but none seem to fit. I'm loading ...

I bought this and tried with the recommended sizes of staples, but none seem to fit. I'm loading them correctly by placing them flat side down in the cartridge. The staples do not fit! I tried Arrow 1/4", 3/8", and 1/2" staples and they don't work! What am I doing wrong? Is my stapler not working? Do I need Stanley brand staples???
Asked by: EmilyZ
I used T-50 staples and had no loading issues.
Answered by: Gee
Date published: 2019-02-26

Bought this a few years ago & LOST the manual. #1 which is the "off switch" the dash or the zero...

Bought this a few years ago & LOST the manual. #1 which is the "off switch" the dash or the zero? The online instructions are sketchy. #2 Tried #1 both ways and I cannot manage (even after pushing up the way the arrow indicates) to PULL the channel out so that I can load staples. the part that should pull out seems stuck in the channel. I've even tried grabbing hold of the latch with a pair of pliers (while also pushing up latch as indicated by the arrow) Would a good dousing with WD40 help? I have tugged and tugged, while thumb is pushing up on the latch, and I can't get the blasted thing to budge. Not rusted out or anything, but stuck. MUST I buy a replacement and throw my two year old stapler in the trash? I'd rather not,
Asked by: CatLady
Zero is off: 1 is on
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2018-12-20
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Customer Reviews

2-in-1 Electric Stapler and Strip Brad Nailer is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 540.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I have yet to find a staple gun that works consistently. They either jam up, or fail to shoot t... I have yet to find a staple gun that works consistently. They either jam up, or fail to shoot the staples all the way into the material. I bought this for a project I am working on for my boat. I needed it to secure the vinyl flooring material to the plywood decking. About 1/3rd of the staples failed to penetrate at all and just fell to the floor. Another 1/3rd went in at an angle and had to be pulled back out. This happened more often at max power. The last 1/3rd went about 1/2-3/4 of the way in and had to be nailed the rest of the way by hand. This happened more often at mid to lower power, but was the only way I could get them to penetrate at all. The other issue that I had with it, is that the =/- knob just spins all the way around. Therefore, you never know what level of power you are at. I would rather have it stop at max power, and turn it the other way and have it stop at minimum power, then you would know where you are.
Date published: 2019-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great! I wanted an electric stapler to use for securing insulation. There were two to choose from at the local HD store - this Stanley unit and the Arrow Pro Stapler. They were about the same price (within a couple dollars) but the Arrow had a plastic case which was the deciding factor for me. Big mistake. The Arrow unit constantly jammed. I tried different staple lengths (1/4" and 5/16") but it didn't make any difference. To compound the problem, the Arrow unit has no safety interlock. It will launch a staple anytime the trigger is pulled regardless of whether or not the gun is being pressed against a surface. So for safety you really need to unplug the unit any time there is a jam. So every 5 or 6 successful staples, it would jam, I'd unplug, dig out the jammed staple and proceed. After about an hour of that I gave up and took it back to the HD store and purchased this Stanley. What a difference. I completed the job (about 6 complete re-loads of the stapler) with only one jam with the Stanley. And the Stanley does have the safety interlock. No comparison. Buy the Stanley.
Date published: 2015-02-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Purchased to build shaker cabinet doors. Very easy to use and did exactly what I needed. I see lo... Purchased to build shaker cabinet doors. Very easy to use and did exactly what I needed. I see lots more projects in my future with this tool.
Date published: 2019-04-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The stapler worked great! It took a while to adjust... The stapler worked great! It took a while to adjust the power setting so that it drove the staple all the way in without leaving a mark on the wood. Then I switched to the brad function which was not as successful. Because it is primarily a stapler it nailed in the brad but left a mark the length of the staple. I tried the pressure setting and was able to have it make a small mark but it was still visible. I was using both stainless steel staples and brads because it was an outside project. The brads kept jamming in the machine. I had to put staples back in, shoot several into a scrap of wood, put the brads back in and then it would work for a dozen or so brads before it jammed again.
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This stapler worked very well. I don't have enough strength in my hands to use a non-powered sta... This stapler worked very well. I don't have enough strength in my hands to use a non-powered stapler, so turned to this. The price point was very good. The directions were clear, and I found using it was a breeze. I used it to attach strips of heavy-duty drawer liner to the bottom of a platform for my garage. I have had it only a week or so, but don't anticipate problems with it. I only tried it with staples so far, though. I did not use brads, so can't speak to the efficacy of the tool with brads.
Date published: 2019-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have had a few staple guns through the years and they all have failed me in the middle of a pro... I have had a few staple guns through the years and they all have failed me in the middle of a project. I took a chance on this one because it was electric. I figured to go "old school" and see if this would work better and it did!! I am so totally happy with this tool I am beyond words! This stapler works very well with multiple type staples and brads. It has not jammed on me at all. It works first time and every time. Very easy to use with my arthritic hands. After moving into my new home I had misplaced this staple gun and needed it to attach a velcro strip to the wall. I could not find it so I tried to use the non-electric staple gun I kept for some strange reason. It did not work at all. After a few days I found my staple gun in the closet. To my surprise the trigger latch was broken. The plastic back was broken in half. I called Stanley Customer Service hoping to purchase a replacement part and they are sending me a new staple gun!! I am so over the moon about Stanley products once again!! Stanley honors their warranty and stands behind their products. Happy customer!
Date published: 2018-03-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a well priced mid range staple gun. It handles a good variety of staple sizes and brands... This is a well priced mid range staple gun. It handles a good variety of staple sizes and brands. I am using it for recovering several card tables and it is handling the 1/4 inch, chisel point staples, through some fairly thick vinyl, into a thin masonite board. I have had some staples not penetrate the wood, but not many. With a dozen tables to recover, the task would have been tough to do with a manual stapler. Overall, very satisfied with the stapler.
Date published: 2019-04-02
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
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