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DeWalt DCN692P2-GB 90mm 18V 5.0Ah Li-Ion First Fix Brushless Cordless Framing Nailer (4477D)

First fix, gas-free framing nailer featuring brushless motor technology to increase tool life, durability and efficiency. 2-speeds optimise the nailer for firing all length of nails, allow a longer run time, quickens readiness to fire, reduces recoil and improves durability when firing short nails. Mechanical operation reduces running costs and offers consistent performance at temperatures between -20°C and 50°C and minimal cleaning or servicing requirements. Features sequential and bump modes for precision or production speed. Versatile 30-34° magazine will accept most clipped head and off-centre round head paper tape or wire weld collated framing nails. Ergonomic design allows the nailer to fit easily between a 400mm centre stud. Part of the intelligent XR Li-ion series designed for efficiency and making applications faster.

  • 2 x 5.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
  • 90min Charge Time
  • Fires 50-90mm Nails
  • Fires up to 120/min
  • Bump & Sequential Trigger Action
  • Tool-Free Jam Clearance

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£479.99INC VAT

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DeWalt DCN692P2-GB 90mm 18V 5.0Ah Li-Ion First Fix Brushless Cordless Framing Nailer is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 6.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dewalt Nail Gun This nailer is fantastic. I have never owned my own framing nailer and used to borrow mates popular brand gas nailers. They were always quick, but not problem free and I found the gas annoying because of its cost and lacking reliability. I will be honest, as a Makita fan I was surprised how loose the batteries sit and how 'plasticity' they feel when you slot them in, as opposed to the Makita, which gives a positive slide and strong grip on the battery. This is only minor and I am probably being picky. The gun is heavier than the alternatives, but feels comfortable, and certainly offers a much cheaper to run solution than the gas. I have run the nailer in and find it comfortably shoots 90mm paper tapes into hardwood and buries them flush. The batteries usually last a day of light use, and they will reach about 3/4 of the day with repeated heavy use, such as framing. Having two means work never stops. The depth adjustment is a brilliant part, without having to mess around with tools. This is a solid, high performance nailer and is great for all sorts of jobs. Well worth the investment, Would recommend!
Date published: 2016-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the Investment Have used this on a few builds now and can't fault it. Easily switch from 90mm framing to 50mm cladding nails with ease. Shoots paslode and firmahold nails consistently. Few jams easily sorted and back to action. 5ah battery life is great and the battery meter is more useful than a blinking green light on some gas models out there.
Date published: 2016-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from gasless Nailer After using a well known gas nail gun this was strange to get use to the slight delay before it fires. But it work very well no nasty smells from the gas exhaust, battery lasts well & can be used with other 18volt tools & chargers.
Date published: 2016-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Drill Not had this long, but is working really well. No gas involved and the battery's last extremely well. You can use battery's with a lot of other Dewalt tools. No problems as yet, can't fault it. Great!
Date published: 2015-06-25
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Hi Adsey, Yes this nailer is suitable for doing fencing, it is what i have used before, when nailing cross beams and gravel boards i use 90mm nails and with the feather boards i tend to use 50mm nailers.
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Hi There Niall
Yes you can use any brand 1st fix angled nails as long as they are either paper collated or wire collated.
Please note that some very cheap nails on the market might not be strong enough for most 1st fix nailers and cause potential issues like nail jams.
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Specification
Battery Power 5.0 Ah
Battery Type Li-Ion
Brand DeWalt
Carry Case/Bag Included Yes
Carrying Facility Kit Box
Charge Time 90 min
Colour Yellow/Black
Corded or Cordless Cordless
Firing Rate 120 per min
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Model No DCN692P2-GB
Nailer Product Type First Fix
No. of Batteries Per Pack 2
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Voltage Supply 18 V
Product Height 338 mm
Product Length 345 mm
Product Type Brushless Cordless Framing Nailer
Product Width 125 mm
Total Product Weight 4.1 kg

Rear-Loading Magazine. Capacity: 55 Nails. Weight: 4.1kg.

Product contents

DCN692P2, 2 x batteries, multi-voltage charger and kit box.

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