Hitachi NR1890DBCL/JP Cordless First Fix Framing Nailer, 18 V, Multi-Colour, 2 x 18V 5.0Ah Li-ion Batteries

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Hitachi NR1890DBCL/JP Cordless First Fix Framing Nailer, 18 V, Multi-Colour, 2 x 18V 5.0Ah Li-ion Batteries

Hitachi NR1890DBCL/JP Cordless First Fix Framing Nailer, 18 V, Multi-Colour, 2 x 18V 5.0Ah Li-ion Batteries

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However, when it comes to paper tape nailers, the Hitachi NR1890DC can definitely hold its own against the Paslode CF325XP (905600), and the Dewalt DCN692M1. Efficiency concern - and in some cases questionable reliability - has kept many contractors from making the switch from air-power to battery-power, until now. The biggest difference is that the Hikoki is more powerful, although for most softwood first fix jobs it makes little practical difference. Cordless nailers have a higher permissable nailing figure because they transmit less shock back into the hand or arm for each nail driven.

Light-years ahead of the old Impulse tools from the 1990's, cordless nailing is now one of the hottest topics in construction. With at least three leading brands ready to compete, and several others closing in on the competition, who's top dog when it comes to cordless framing guns? I recently got to try out the new battery-powered brushless framing nailers from Hitachi that aim to marriage the portability of cordless with the performance of pneumatics. With recent innovations in battery-powered tools, we are closer than ever to a true, pneumatic replacement. Even if it doesn’t, Hitachi backs these with a lifetime warranty, so there’s some extra confidence to work with.

The HiKOKI / Hitachi 18v Brushless Framing Nailer is a new addition to HiKOKI / Hitachi's cordless range. Li-Ion batteriesNo air hose or compressor requiredEliminates the cost of fuel cellsAir/spring drive system means less recoil, better flush driving and easier maintenanceHigh stable driving power allows the nailer to drives nails up to 90mm into lumber with ease.

In contact mode, when the trigger is pulled, the nailer must be depressed against the intended material within 2 seconds or the trigger will lock. We used the tool for several months on an interior partition framing remodel and were able to get about half a day of heavy framing, and full days on lighter days. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. When it comes to long-term build quality, we haven't had enough time with the Hitachi NR1890 to make any concrete claims, but with a lifetime manufacturer's warranty on the tool itself (excludes battery), neither Paslode nor Dewalt come close in comparison.But I did notice that when I’m shooting 2″ brads into hardwood, the gun struggles if I don’t put enough pressure on it. As if this wasn't enough the Hitachi NR90GC2/J8 also has an easy access fuel cell chamber and is amazingly easy to clean, so you can spend less time looking after your gun and more time using it. Most of our product pages have a link to the warranty procedure for that manufacturer and we encourage you to follow the instructions on these pages which will normally direct you to the manufacturers helpline.



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