Stanley Heavy-Duty Staple Gun 0-TR150HL £12.52 delivered @ UK Tool Centre
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Stanley Heavy-Duty Staple Gun 0-TR150HL £12.52 delivered @ UK Tool Centre

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Found 5th Jul 2015
Best price around for one of these, screwfix are doing the same model on offer for £14.99 C&C the only difference is the colour!
Why pay more when you can have one delivered for less!

Don't forget to buy the staples if you are planning on buying one?!

Description:
The Stanley 0TR150HL is a heavy-duty Sharp Shooter Anti-Jam staple gun that takes a range of different sized staples to suit your required job application, with easy push handle feature for ease of stapling.

Equipped with an Aluminium cast housing gives the stapler greater durability and long lasting qualities.

The lock down handle makes this stapler easier to store in toolbox etc. While the easy access staple insertion gives the user faster loading.

The Stanley 0TR150HL accepts heavy-duty 0-TRA7 series staples.

Sizes: 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12, and 14mm

Pack Sizes: 1,000 or 5,000 (14mm 1,000 only)

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bum ordered forgot the staples thought would come with a few dohhh

need one of these

If it's the same as the yellow Stanley one that Screwfix do then this is a smashing piece of kit. Paid £15 last week for one. Great price

I got one of these for some work I do, and it is very easily the best thing I bought, It pierces solid wood with ease..

http://i187.photobucket.com/albums/x148/paul3rd_bucket/paul3rd_bucket%202/Brad_Byers_Staple_gun2.jpg

Would a staple with Nail gun be better?

Not free delivery?!?

Cheaper at screwfix c and c delivery puts price up higher

anyone got ideas on staples is the size dependent on what you are stapling too? etc

Great for a bit of nip n tuck

youcantbeserious



Great for a bit of nip n tuck

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scott_w_1981

Cheaper at screwfix c and c delivery puts price up higher


Its £12.52 delivered although i did have a bit of trouble myself at first because it said delivery was £1.99, i got round this by adding an item to the basket and then removing it - the delivery charge then disappears after doing this.
Must be a website ordering issue but delivery is included in the item ( as per the deal

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pennyfarthing88

Its £12.52 delivered although i did have a bit of trouble myself at first … Its £12.52 delivered although i did have a bit of trouble myself at first because it said delivery was £1.99, i got round this by adding an item to the basket and then removing it - the delivery charge then disappears after doing this.Must be a website ordering issue but delivery is included in the item ( as per the deal


Done this and worked strange though won't let u add anything else to the order otherwise charges u delivery?!? Need some staples now but no way of getting free del

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scott_w_1981

Done this and worked strange though won't let u add anything else to the … Done this and worked strange though won't let u add anything else to the order otherwise charges u delivery?!? Need some staples now but no way of getting free del



Same here which is strange, i ended up ordering my staples off ebay rather then trying to amend my order with the seller for the actual stapler a bit more messing about but sorted in the end

Hot deal
Did it work out any cheaper buying the staples off eBay ?
Tool centre looks cheaper than any place after a quick look around.

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Teza511

Hot deal ;)Did it work out any cheaper buying the staples off eBay ? Tool … Hot deal ;)Did it work out any cheaper buying the staples off eBay ? Tool centre looks cheaper than any place after a quick look around.



I've ordered 1000 staples ( 10mm ) off eBay £2.98 delivered so still less then anywhere else at the moment combined, including screwfix


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If doing a lot might be better getting electric one ok pricier at £19.89.

amazon.co.uk/Sta…gun

ACIDFORUMS

Would a staple with Nail gun be better?

anyone?

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morrig

If doing a lot might be better getting electric one ok pricier at … If doing a lot might be better getting electric one ok pricier at £19.89.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stanley-0-TRE550-Electric-Staple-Nail/dp/B000I5REGA/ref=sr_1_8?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1436128088&sr=1-8&keywords=staple+gun



That's gone up already lol

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ACIDFORUMS

anyone?



All depends on the type of work you'll be doing with it and how often?

I only want the manual stapler for light work including re upholstering a few of our kitchen chairs' putting up done netting outside in garden but this will be handy for other tasks such as outside Xmas lights etc

Hope this helps you decide

Thank you, ordered.

ACIDFORUMS

anyone?



Depends on what you're doing but I think one that does both nails and staples is far more flexible.

Doing the backs on Ikea bookcases for example, using nails in the gun is super easy and takes just a couple minutes rather than manually having to hammer all the nails in.

just bought a yellow one of these from screwfix for £15, used it for fixing superquilt to roof batons with 14mm staples, worked really well. had to get the staples from homebase though, screwfix don't stock them, didn't make sense to me. can get thecstaple from amazon also quite cheap.

You can buy a heavy duty staple gun in Home Bargains/Wilko/B&M for less than a fiver

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jiggyonthebus

You can buy a heavy duty staple gun in Home Bargains/Wilko/B&M for less … You can buy a heavy duty staple gun in Home Bargains/Wilko/B&M for less than a fiver



Is that your idea of a like for like comparison on staple guns or are you comparing tools with toys ?

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