"I used this with 15mm brad nails to fix PVC wall tiles to a plastered masonry wall. The pressure needed to fire the nails was heavy - so this product is not for weaklings. In almost all cases the nails reached 10mm into the plaster and merely needed a few taps with a hammer and nail punch."
"Stapler handles any 140 type staple, so good on that front. Only downside I found was that the metal seems quite soft and the smaller parts will deform easily if dropped on a hard surface. Easy enough to bang it back into shape, but pros will want to pay for something more rugged. I'd recommend this for occasional/DIY use."
"Bought this product to staple mesh under the ground floor joists to hold insulation in place. It was a crawl space and i was lying on my back stapling over head.
The stapler worked very well with minimal jams despite being covered in dust and grit most of the time.
The spring was very strong and the adjuster on the side made little difference. After squeezing the stapler over 1000 times my hand fatigued and I now have the grip of a Gorilla and look like a Fiddler Crab."
"Excellent product, bought for stapling chicken wire (120metres) fencing to wooden posts. Did the job. Minor niggle was that occasionally a staple did not hammer home, but may have pilot error. Used 12mm staples. I have not used other staplers so cannot compare it"
"I purchased this staple gun because of the positive reviews, but my experience doesn't match up. This gun is cheap and so is the quality of the engineering. It sticks, throws out 2, 3 or sometimes 4 staples. It also jammed on one occassion and then failed to punch out any staples at all. I removed the staple retainer from the back to make sure there were sufficient staples inside, then I removed the complete staple holder and operated the trigger after ensuring there were no staples jamming the inside, but still it failed to operate correctly.
It will be returned for a better quality product."
"I bought the reccomended 15mm brads but did not manage to get it to insert more than 5 brads into MDF before jamming. When it did work the brads protruded bt up to 2mm and had to be hammered in. Maybe OK for stapling paper to a cork board but no good for wood."
"I bought this gun for work on small upholstery jobs and it frequently jammed or fired staples only part way into the wood leaving me to have to use a hammer to knock the staples in properly. Waste of money"