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Tacwise 400ELS 40mm Angled Nailer 230V

Product Code: 70937

Ultra-fast and lightweight angled design for easy working in confined or awkward areas. Features air tool magazine and non-marking nose to reduce surface damage. Suitable for fastening timber to timber and second fix tasks. Supplied with carry case.

  • Fires 18ga 15-40mm Angled Nails
  • Up to 30 Fasteners/min
  • Removable Non-Marking Nose
  • Reload Indicator
  • Quick-Release Nose for Jam Clearance
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Specifications:
Side-loading magazine. Capacity 100 nails. Weight 1.8kg.

£89.99

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Rated 1 out of 5 by useless Nailer fails to fully insert the nails into even the softest of timbers. Every time leaving the nail protruding by about 1cm even when pressing down onto the back of the nailer. Attempts to hammer in the remainder of the nail fails to work because the tacwise nails are extremely soft and they bend incredibly easily. Complete waste of money and I know why its price is what it is!!! 5 Dec 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reliable Great machine no Jams or problems using. Use it on anything from making units to building from recycled timber 14 Sep 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Tacwise 400ELS 40mm Angled Nai The product is called the "Tacwise 400ELS 40mm Angled Nailer 230V". To me, the clue is in the name; if it's called a 40mm nailer, it should bang 40mm nails in shouldn't it? Wrong. It leaves them about 6mm proud so I have to finish them off with a hammer. The nails are so thin it's difficult not to bend them over. The manual troubleshooter just says that the nailer might not put the nails all the way down if it is an unsuitable material. Nails are usually used in wood and I'm putting the nails into softwood timber. Ease of use and reliability are good but I wish I hadn't bought the thing and stuck to the trusty hammer. Very disappointed. :( 19 Oct 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good for the price I was torn between an air or mains driven model, but my compressor is a bit noisy and the coiled air tubes are a bit of a hassle so I opted for a mains powered gun. I wanted an angled gun for some tongue and groove flooring work so ended up buying the Tacwise as I couldn't justify spending hundreds on a bullet proof model. It's a pretty robust tool with a removable, metal stand attached to keep it upright when you put it down. Nail strips are easy to load and unload, the only downside is the short lead, made as ever, of hard plastic that goes like steel wire in cold weather. Why can't they all use the soft rubber leads that DeWalt use? So far I've used it on both reclaimed 18 mm tongue and groove wooden floorboards and also chipboard flooring sheets. The nails go in fine, with the heads flush. But you do need to apply a bit of firm pressure, one hand is enough, but if you don't the heads will stand proud by a couple of mil. This makes it slightly slower to use than a really heavy duty one, as you need to push for each trigger pull. The soft rubber end cap is also removable which is helpful for access when nailing through the tongues on flooring. The nails are fairly thin, but I usually find that if they are driven in at a slight angle they are fairly unlikely to pull out. I'm not a tradesman so it won't get used every day, but my tools do get quite a hard life around the farm and this Tacwise gun does feel well built for the price bracket. 5 Sep 2014
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14 Jan 2016
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Yes, but only the stainless steel version of the 500 angled nails. Please follow the link below to page 3 for more details.
http://www.tacwise.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Fastenings-for-website-3.pdf
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Yes. This model is more than capable of performing such tasks.
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Specification

Brand Tacwise
Carry Case/Bag Included Yes
Carrying Facility Carry Case
Corded or Cordless Corded
Firing Rate 30/ per min
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 years
Model No 400ELS
Nailer Product Type Finishing
Pack Size 1
Power Voltage Supply 230 V
Product Height 210 mm
Product Length 290 mm
Total Product Weight 1.9 kg