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Stapler / Nailer (10110)

Supplied with an impact pressure adjuster.

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Stapler / Nailer is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 21.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor with long staples Although it may take long staples it does not have the power to push them in. 14mm staples into chipboard through hardboard went barely halfway in.
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Trade Rated Stapler Bought one and found it wouldn't fire, so returned it to shop where they demonstated that need a fast squeeze action, so decided to try it. After 1 length of staples it stopped firing all together, just as was starting the job I bought it for, very frustrating. Totally hopeless and can't believe people make or sell items like this that simply don't work - do not buy
Date published: 2016-10-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Basic quality I've had this stapler a couple of years and it has seen occasional use. Certainly less than 10,000 staples. This model has never been a great tool. The power adjuster is an irrelevance, doing nothing. The maximum size staple is 10mm, other sizes work, but the larger they are the less likely they are to go fully home. I have to follow round with a hammer to tap them flush. Anything harder than fir is an effort for it. It sometimes jams, fires more than one staple or spreads the staple in a crumpled heap. As mentioned by others, nails are left needing a tap to set them and I quickly realised it wasn't up to this task Yesterday the spring collapsed rendering it useless. I was surprised to see it still in stock. I need to buy a new gun to complete my job, I won't be buying another of these. My cable tacker is Rapid and has seen almost 20 yrs of trade and domestic use. I think I will spend the extra and buy a reliable make. This one may suit a basic diyer ('entry level' in sales jargon) but as a trade or serious tool it lacks the quality expected.
Date published: 2016-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great bit of kit Needed New stapler this fitted the bill completely great value and does the job for me
Date published: 2016-07-06
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Staples

Are there any staples included to get you going?
22 Aug 2016
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Hello Tracey0110,there is no staples included for staples please look at items 21772 for example thank you for using Q and A.
24 Aug 2016
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LOADINFG BRADS

Cant seem to figure out how to load the brads ???
14 May 2016
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Hello 125636,

To load the brads you will need to remove the pusher rod from the bottom of the stapler/nailer at the back, load the brads/nails and re connect the pusher rod.
If you email online@screwfix.com you can request a PDF file Copy of the instructions.

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17 May 2016
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Not used one of these before and in the info it says it can use 6-16mm staples, I presume this is the depth. With the variety of staples available how do I ensure I get the correct width of staples?
26 Feb 2016
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Hi WillyT, This stapler uses 140 series staples. They are 10.7mm wide and are available from Screwfix under Product Codes 62620 (6mm long), 92672 (8mm long), 21772 (10mm long), 92281 (12mm long) and 51732 (14mm long).
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Specification
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Model No ST718
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Total Product Weight 0.89 kg

Uses 6-16mm 140 series staples and 15mm 18ga brads (Code 62620, 92672, 21772, 92281, 51732, 32125, 14871, 35078, 37549 and 58402).