DeWalt DCN692N-XJ 90mm 18V Li-Ion XR Brushless First… (1710G)

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DeWalt DCN692N-XJ 90mm 18V Li-Ion XR Brushless First Fix Cordless Nail Gun - Bare (1710G)

First fix, gas-free framing nail gun featuring brushless motor technology to increase tool life, durability and efficiency. 2-speeds optimise the gun for firing 50-90mm 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 nail gun to fit easily between a 400mm centre stud. Part of the intelligent XR Li-ion series designed for efficiency and making applications faster.

  • Fires 18ga 50-90mm Nails
  • Fires up to 120/min
  • Bump & Sequential Trigger Action
  • Tool-Free Jam Clearance
  • State of Charge Indicator
  • Reversible Belt / Rafter Hook
  • Does Not Include Battery or Charger

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dewalt Framing Nailer Reliable, jams freed easily and fairly rare. Power on setting 2 is good but setting 1 for 63mm nails isn't enough despite what DeWalt say, so I keep on 2 always. Heavy for extended overhead use and you do need a lot of force at angles to fire it up. Overall, I'm very impressed so far.
Date published: 2021-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best nailer ever Using lots of different tools on site but everyone including Paslode maniacs were amazed with Dewalt quality. Fir ma dewalt all way long. Tkanks to Screwfix to keep their prices low :))
Date published: 2020-12-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent piece of kit Great bit of kit. prefer this to an old Paslode nail gun I was using.
Date published: 2020-11-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avoid like the COVID!!! These guns are truly mince! I have 2 of these paperweights and still can’t get a shift between them. These are more for weekend warriors or to be pulled out every now and again. I can honestly say mis-fires out number nails shot about 5-1,10-2 if counting both guns! Not fit for everyday site use,way too tempremental when on price work where every minute counts.These bad boys have probably cost me a fortune in lost earnings in the short time I’ve owned them. Changed back to the gas driven orange fellow,angry with myself for not doing it sooner. Avoid if using every day
Date published: 2020-10-28
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Suitability

Hi I’m after a cordless nail gun which is mainly suitable for firing pins to hold skirting trim back, is this model overkill in the size nails needed? If so any other model recommendations?
Asked by: UkGary
this is a first fix nailer, it sounds like a second fix would be more suitable
Answered by: SBD_UK Team
Date published: 2021-06-11

16ga or 18ga?

What nail size does this require, 16ga or 18ga?
Asked by: andyMan4u
This nail gun requires 18ga nails
Answered by: SBD_UK Team
Date published: 2021-05-10

Is it good for framing?

Asked by: DCAM1
this is a first fix nailer, so is suitable for framing
Answered by: SBD_UK Team
Date published: 2021-05-04

Can i use 18v 2.0Ah Li-Ion XR batteries with this?

I bought a DeWalt DCD778D1T-SFGB 18V 2.0Ah Li-Ion XR Brushless Cordless Combi Drill last year and i wondered if the same batteries could be used with this first fix nailer?
Asked by: Wildcat22
yes, but a larger battery is advisable, 4ah or 5ah
Answered by: SBD_UK Team
Date published: 2021-04-02

Which nails

From what I can see this nailer needs angled 18ga nails which don’t seem to be stocked or am I missing something? Many thanks
Asked by: DanBDIYer
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Specification
Bare Unit Product Type Nail Guns
Battery Chemistry Li-Ion
Battery Technology XR
Brad/Nail Capacity 55
Brad/Nail Storage Nails
Brand DeWalt
Brushless Brushless
Carry Case/Bag Included No
Collated Angle Angled
Firing Rate 120 per min
Fixings Gauge 18 ga
Magazine Load Type Rear-Loading Magazine
Manual or Powered Powered
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Model No DCN692N-XJ
Nailer Product Type First Fix
No. of Batteries Per Pack None
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Supply Cordless
Power Voltage Supply 18 V
Product Type Nail Gun
Tool Weight without Battery 4.1 kg

Product contents

DCN692N, reversible belt hook and non-marking tip.

Downloads

Instruction Manual