Parkside Electric Nailer / Stapler £16.99 @ Lidl
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Parkside Electric Nailer / Stapler £16.99 @ Lidl

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LocalFound 15th Jun 2017Edited by:"abhikaro"
Available in Store from Thursday 22 June.

  • Flush nose design for working on narrow items or close to edges
  • Adjustable strike capability
  • 3-fold safety protection
  • Fires up to 30 nails/staples per minute
  • Includes 500 staples, 500 nails and hex key
  • Max. impact rate (bpm): 30
Suitable for:

  • Staple size (mm): 15 - 25
  • Nail size (mm): 15, 20, 25 or 32
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Original Poster
This has been posted before. The nail gun is making appearance in store again and I am keen to get some feedback form the experience DIYer ..
I have a laminate Scotia to put, also maybe some skirting and fix squeaky stairs and floor. Would this be able to handle it?
In my previous tool binge, I have already picked up this one hotukdeals.com/dea…970 for the purpose, so wondering does this have anything more to offer.

In the previous thread, people have mentioned that it as hard to get spare nails and pins for this. I thought lidl has a way to order these provisions online through a separate site but not sure.


This "new" stapler seems to be a different beast from the recently Lidl deal, just going by the nail sizes it takes (the model you got is quite limited on this front!)

Your current staple accepts 53 series staples (from Amazon, for instance), and works with Tacwise 180/15MM 18G nails for instance
Edited by: "RueFondary" 15th Jun 2017
Will this be any good for my new acupuncture business I wonder?
hooray.henry

Will this be any good for my new acupuncture business I wonder?



FAIL.
I have one - very similar if not the same as this. Its probe to jamming, even when well oiled, and unjamming in a rigmarole involving two screws and an Allan key.

If I was buying another I'd make sure I got one with a decent quick release mechanism At The front for removing rogue nails and staples.
Building a 5.5x4m log cabin is this syiitable
syiitable for what? hanging curtains?
I normally rate parkside but this is a pain in the ar##. I have completely given up on using nails. The staples block on every 10th one. I'll spend more next time....
Original Poster
RueFondary16 h, 43 m ago

This "new" stapler seems to be a different beast from the recently Lidl …This "new" stapler seems to be a different beast from the recently Lidl deal, just going by the nail sizes it takes (the model you got is quite limited on this front!)Your current staple accepts 53 series staples (from Amazon, for instance), and works with Tacwise 180/15MM 18G nails for instance


Thanks for the info RueF, Worthinger and Hamster_2500.
looking at the picture it does seem like a new model. Will be interested to hear about performance.
abhikaro

This has been posted before. The nail gun is making appearance in store … This has been posted before. The nail gun is making appearance in store again and I am keen to get some feedback form the experience DIYer ..I have a laminate Scotia to put, also maybe some skirting and fix squeaky stairs and floor. Would this be able to handle it?In my previous tool binge, I have already picked up this one https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/parkside-electric-nailerstapler-999-lidl-2639970 for the purpose, so wondering does this have anything more to offer.In the previous thread, people have mentioned that it as hard to get spare nails and pins for this. I thought lidl has a way to order these provisions online through a separate site but not sure.



Probably not what you want. Laminate is quite tough so it might not be powerful enough. 32 mm is the maximum nail length so I don't think that would be long enough for floorboards. For squeaky floorboards you should either screw them down or use special nails which are serrated so they don't pull loose. I have heard that putting talcum powder between the boards can stop them squeaking but I've never tried it myself. For skirting board I use No Nails or any similar type of gun adhesive. It's quick and easy especially if your walls are reasonably straight. I agree with the comments about jamming, it can be a pain.
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