"I have used this to fit a new Banister in my house and have the staircase proper to do next. I used it with 15mm brads to tak the 32mm Fillets used to position the spindles. It did the job perfectly. My only suggestion is not to press too hard onto the surface when firing the gun. It can leave a slight mark. I found it better to use moderate pressure and then tap the brad in with a small hammer. Gave me a cleaner finish.
I went for 15mm and 20mm brads (17279 & 14871) as well. Obviously time will tell but I would suggest that this is great value and a must for the DIY War Chest."
"I got this stapler / nailer to do some fencing work. It is incredible value, I couldn't believe the great price. The packaging is basic and there's no frills but in the end I'm paying for the stapler, not the packaging. The stapler has a variable power setting which ranges from gentle to hammer-time. The repeat rate is perfectly fine and it seems that there's no waiting between nails. As a stapler this is just what I needed. It does a great job and I'd recommend it to anyone. I have marked the reliability down a little as I haven't had the stapler long enough to know how reliable it will turn out to be."
"Brought this Titan nailer as I was knocking up a few cupboards and making a chest so wanted something to have finishing nails. This fired in 25mm nails in easy some I needed to tap in a couple of MM. as didn't quit go in, this didn't damage the wood tho so I am happy with the job. Think would be more for a hobby person rather then a tradesman but brilliant bit of kit and gave low on reliability as haven't had long but fired over 2000 nails in easy with no jamming."
"Build quality first class, after having read numerous reviews decided to try 32mm Brads the machine coped with them very well. I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a competitively priced nailer for 18 gauge staples or brads"
"I guess you are now doing exactly what I was doing. Thinking "I want a nail gun but not sure a cheaper one will do the job?" I looked at Tacwise and considered air and gas but all I do is make stuff out of pallets purely as a hobby.
Anyway, right at the last minute as I was about to buy a Tacwise I changed my mind and bought this.
Just used it and it's FANTASTIC! Loads of power and drove a 20mm staple right through the piece of pallet wood i had. Even one handed it doesn't have much kick back.
I really would recommend you buy this. It feels great in the hand. It's nicely balanced and comfortable. The lead is long enough and the unit is light. LOADS of power, much, much more than I expected.
Well worth this price and with a 2yr warranty you really can't go wrong.
I hope this helps. I've been over a week considering which to buy, i'm glad I took a punt on this one."
"I have used almost every electric nail gun and most cost a lot more than this one, but this is by far the best one I have used, I use it everyday and I have had it for about three months now and it has never jamed it has worked perfect every time, anyone who says the nails are left sticking out of the wood isn't using it correctly. I realise every tool has a life span but I will buy this again and again once this one gets worn out. Very highly recommended."
"I did not think its going to last for more then 10 mins (based on its price), but its really nice, brilliant for scotias also, does not break them, also does a few different size of nails and hooks also which comes handy as well. Highly recommended."
"Building a stage set, lots of curves, and a 'pile of books' used this to staple batten to 9mm ply and also using the brads to attached harboard (lots of small bits!) to the main frame.
only 2 complaint are 1) that I do have to follow around with a hammer to tap the brads/staples the last mm or so in, but so much quicker than me puttingin several hundred screws/tacks manually! and 2) the pressure control dial a little bit sloppy and slowly turns back to a lower setting if you don't watch it.
would I reccommend? most definately. (oh and it uses type 19 staples...its buried in the manual!"