Tacwise Pro 140EL 15mm Nailer / Stapler
Tacwise pro 140 EL
Seemed like a decent piece of kit but the photo of the close up on the nose is from a different model and so is the pdf of the manual. It does not have the extendened nose so not much use for re-upholtering chairs.
25 Aug 2015
I've just finished off my first wood flooring project at home and bought this nailer/stapler to fix the trim to the skirting board. It's pretty affordable and I liked the fact that is was a stapler and a nailer. It's does the job well and is worth the price. I've already got a list of other jobs that I am planning to use it for like stapling some pvc sheeting to the base of my kids sand pit ,and re-upholstering some kitchen stools, so it should pay itself off pretty quickly.
17 Aug 2015
my 1st Electric nailer/stapler
I had been soldiering on with a hand mechanical stapler, which worked ok for the last 20 years, but broke a couple of weeks ago - So to make my DIY life less painful I bought a Tacwise Pro 140EL stapler/nailer and what a delight to use, 'do a thousand tacks, without getting tennis elbowâ
I takes a little getting use to, the manual doesnât tell you everything, remember to hold the âmouth flat to the work because trying to get an angled fix will result in a jam
It light and very easy to use, I have had it for a couple of weeks now and it has seen some work on securing roofing membrane and felt on our new garden house, I will jam occasionally, but I believe it is down to expecting too much and not paying attention to holding it straight and firm
Reliability, so far so good I can not see any reason for it to fail only by misuse
29 Jul 2015
waste of money
Where do I start, machine jams every 3 or 4 staples, I have to put my full weight on it just to drive the nail or staple right through and I am only using 4mm plywood. I ended up going back to my manual stapler. Cheap is not always best.
6 Jul 2015