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Ryobi ONE+ 18G AirStrike Nailer, 18V (Body Only) - £131.99 @ Amazon
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Ryobi ONE+ 18G AirStrike Nailer, 18V (Body Only) - £131.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 13th Apr

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Good price, for a decent Brad Nailer.

Description
Product Description
The 18V ONE+ System introduces the next generation in cordless convenience. This new 18 gauge brad nailer features AirStrike Technology, which eliminates the need for noisy compressors, bulky hoses or expensive gas cartridges. This means faster setup and easier maneuvering around the home.
Box Contains
1 x R18NG-0
500 x 32mm nails
1 x Reversible belt hook
2 x no mark shoes
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ryanmalonespage13/04/2020 15:11

Nothing in the 16g?



I presume you'd have to go look, that's the traditional way of finding things out.
You're own Crucifixion tool, the perfect Easter gift
I just need to find some beardy hipster types now.
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Nothing in the 16g?
ryanmalonespage13/04/2020 15:11

Nothing in the 16g?



I presume you'd have to go look, that's the traditional way of finding things out.
You're own Crucifixion tool, the perfect Easter gift
I just need to find some beardy hipster types now.
fishmaster13/04/2020 15:12

I presume you'd have to go look, that's the traditional way of finding …I presume you'd have to go look, that's the traditional way of finding things out.


Hmmm... Guess that's Hotdealsuk out of business.
These are fantastic. Can’t recommend them enough
Bought one of these last year for making my own floating shelves with, and it was perfect

Works fine with a 2.0ah battery if anyone is worried there isn’t enough oomph in that size
Useful tool
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Edited by: "Chrrye" 13th Apr
I have a ryobi one lawnmower and they are eggcelent (Happy Easter everyone) products.

just bought the hedge trimmer to go with it. the one is a great system.
I have this, it's very good, recommended.
I wish Ryobi would sell the 23 gauge pinner in UK/EU. They are listed on eBay, sold from USA but I don't know if it would have VAT/Duty added when it arrived. Most are listed as "Refurbished"
Heat from me OP
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Would this be anygood for fitting skirting board ?
PaulDixon00113/04/2020 16:31

Would this be anygood for fitting skirting board ?


You'll want the 16g for that.
I have this one, depends what's behind the skirting, if going into a stud/timber it's excellent, also excellent for door architrave.
Not to be confused with a framing nailer that would be used for structural studwork etc.
Any one got this? Are they any good/ Say decking nails etc? Just for a lazy DIY-er. I can screw afterwards, but architraves etc etc, light stuff? Please and Thank You? I don't have much Egg-sperience.... Sorry!!
aidan.conway13/04/2020 18:11

Any one got this? Are they any good/ Say decking nails etc? Just for a …Any one got this? Are they any good/ Say decking nails etc? Just for a lazy DIY-er. I can screw afterwards, but architraves etc etc, light stuff? Please and Thank You? I don't have much Egg-sperience.... Sorry!!


I think the 18g is more for fixing trim (15-50mm nails), mouldings and the like (lightweight stuff).

I have the bigger 16G version (about £30 more) and have used it to build my son a bed from scratch and wish I'd bought one years ago and will fire 19-65mm nails.

...........and yes, the 16G does fire larger nails than the 18g, with the sizing being related to nails per inch and not size of nail).

Sorry, the 16G was £30 more when I bought a few weeks back, but gone up now.

Good comparison here: RYOBI NAILERS
Edited by: "Lakesman" 13th Apr
Isnt this the usual price?
Lakesman13/04/2020 18:40

I think the 18g is more for fixing trim (15-50mm nails), mouldings and the …I think the 18g is more for fixing trim (15-50mm nails), mouldings and the like (lightweight stuff).I have the bigger 16G version (about £30 more) and have used it to build my son a bed from scratch and wish I'd bought one years ago and will fire 19-65mm nails............and yes, the 16G does fire larger nails than the 18g, with the sizing being related to nails per inch and not size of nail).Sorry, the 16G was £30 more when I bought a few weeks back, but gone up now. Good comparison here: RYOBI NAILERS


Great, thanks for taking the time mate, I shall have a look now!! ;-p
robert_adamson13/04/2020 16:31

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The Wire?

What an awesome TV show that was, but jees, it was a lifetime ago now and in good old 4:3!

Here's the clip (NSFW):
pat-w13/04/2020 16:27

I have this, it's very good, recommended. I wish Ryobi would sell the 23 …I have this, it's very good, recommended. I wish Ryobi would sell the 23 gauge pinner in UK/EU. They are listed on eBay, sold from USA but I don't know if it would have VAT/Duty added when it arrived. Most are listed as "Refurbished" Heat from me OP


Add the pin Gun to basket on eBay, go into basket then the price you see will be 100% everything duty’s taxes the lot.
Adam_Nuttall13/04/2020 19:39

Add the pin Gun to basket on eBay, go into basket then the price you see …Add the pin Gun to basket on eBay, go into basket then the price you see will be 100% everything duty’s taxes the lot.


I didn't know eBay did that, thanks for the info
pat-w13/04/2020 19:55

I didn't know eBay did that, thanks for the info


Most company’s take around 2/3week shipping. But you normaly get tracking through the whole lot as another company takes over once it gets inbound.
aidan.conway13/04/2020 18:11

Any one got this? Are they any good/ Say decking nails etc? Just for a …Any one got this? Are they any good/ Say decking nails etc? Just for a lazy DIY-er. I can screw afterwards, but architraves etc etc, light stuff? Please and Thank You? I don't have much Egg-sperience.... Sorry!!


Decking nails? Don't do it, just don't do it, else you will regret it. Use an impact driver and proper decking screws and you will never regret it.
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