Rated 1 out of 5Â by gcdmu JAM JAM JAM
out of the box....... 7 staples then all the time it was jamming and it was the staples that they recommend not impressed it is not that cheep.
18 Jun 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mally1962 Excellent Nailer
The Tacwise Master Nailer Duo 35 is excellent for the D.I.Y enthusiasts, As a arthritis sufferer I find it hard to use hammers ,so this is ideal, great birthday gift from my kids.
30 Apr 2015
Rated 1 out of 5Â by KrisM Total Rubbish
First one failed to work brand new out of the box.
Replacement did two hours work then failed.
8 Dec 2014
Rated 2 out of 5
Â by BespokeDoorCo Good idea but flawed product
I have to start by saying that I really REALLY wanted this to work for us as I'm sick of humping a compressor around. However, for our application, the results were not acceptable.
We use a pneumatic nail gun to attach glazing bead to our bespoke doors after installation. The timbers can be softwood (Hemlock), hardwood (Utile) or oak (European). The small pin hole left in the timber by the pneumatic gun can easily be filled/waxed and the gun doesn't need to be applied to the work piece with abnormal pressure.
Unfortunately, this Tacwise gun needs to be pressed so firmly against the bead that it marks it even before firing in the pin. If adequate pressure isn't applied, it doesn't drive the brad fully home. Even when pressing the top of the gun with your other hand, brads will sometimes not fully enter hardwood or oak beads. This is immensely frustrating as it requires the use of a punch to hammer home the pin.
The dent left in the work piece after a successful firing was perhaps the deal breaker for us (please see attached photo).
Top marks to Screwfix customer services for their help. Zero marks for Tacwise who didn't even have the decency to reply to my email.
I have since returned the Tacwise gun and purchased one of the dinky Stanley compressors (again, from Screwfix). The results with this, coupled with the old pneumatic gun, are excellent.
To sum up - if finish isn't important to you (or the result can't be seen) and you're using this on softwood, then I would recommend it. Otherwise, no.
Thanks again to Screwfix for their help. 10 out of 10 for customer service.
7 Jul 2014