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Stanley STA0TR250 Heavy Duty TR250 Staple Gun/Brad Nailer £13.40 (Prime) £17.89 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Stanley STA0TR250 Heavy Duty TR250 Staple Gun/Brad Nailer £13.40 (Prime) £17.89 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 8th Jan

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Look`s like a decent price for this staple gun.

The Stanley 0TR250 is a heavy duty staple gun/nailer and is fitted with an easy push handle that will penetrate the staple or nail into a workpiece with ease. With the pinch point free design helping to protect cables, so not to get crushed on application. This Stanley 0TR250 has an aluminum cast housing for greater durability and strength and is fitted with a hi-low adjustment to match density of materials. To load the gun with staples or brads is a simple and easy action, with a quick release chamber. Complete with a lock-down handle system to help for a neat and tidy storage. This stapler will accept heavy-duty 6 mm-14 mm staples and 12 mm-15 mm brads for multiple applications -- cable laying, upholstery work, fencing, architrave fitting and much more.

Features

- Pinch point free design for added safety
- Easy push handle
- Aluminium cast housing
- Easy access staple and brad insertion
- Lock down handle for easier storage
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What do the camels say?
Bad reviews so il pass
Thank you for posting; we have added this to the Highlights pages
Do you get any staples included?
Sharpharp09/01/2020 21:51

Do you get any staples included?


Just read the Q&As - no staples included
Frank30uk08/01/2020 19:01

[Image] £12.07 lowest


39637107.jpgIf this is the same staple gun it was £8.89 in July 2016. The page no longer exists on Amazon.co.uk when I try to "buy again"
39637107-yFiQM.jpgThese are the 10mm staples I use with it. The one I have takes up to 12 or 14mm. Sorry I no longer have the packaging.
Edited by: "Saro" 9th Jan
Saro09/01/2020 22:19

[Image] If this is the same staple gun it was £8.89 in July 2016. The page …[Image] If this is the same staple gun it was £8.89 in July 2016. The page no longer exists on Amazon.co.uk when I try to "buy again"[Image] These are the 10mm staples I use with it. The one I have takes up to 12 or 14mm. Sorry I no longer have the packaging.


Hi Saro, that staple gun you posted looks slightly different. Check the ASIN code when you click through in the URL bar. The ASIN for this one is B000I5RD1Q
Frank30uk09/01/2020 23:14

Hi Saro, that staple gun you posted looks slightly different. Check the …Hi Saro, that staple gun you posted looks slightly different. Check the ASIN code when you click through in the URL bar. The ASIN for this one is B000I5RD1Q


Hi Frank. Unfortunately that page no longer exists & I'm using the phone app. I'm very sure it's the same thing.
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The embossed staples sizes are the same. 6mm, 10mm, 14mm on the side of where the gun shoots them out. The only thing different is where the - /+ lock there's a groove the width of where your hand fits. The other side has the info sticker on it. The pic is below so you can zoom in to check.
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Edited by: "Saro" 9th Jan
i had one of these it went in the bin looking brand new as it was rubbish and didnt accept standard size trade staples.
Don't forget the brads!
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I have a couple of these staplers. They are excellent. They take the standard Tacwise heavy duty staples. I recommend getting the starter pack which contains a variety of lengths.
In case you don't like Amazon and have no prime
here is one
Not related and not my business. I am looking for one and would wait till the hysteria or heat dies down first...
Have one, it's cumbersome to use.
Trigger is so heavy it's not suitable for plasterboard, cardboard etc. Head too bulky for cable tidy applications, yet it doesn't really have power to punch into wood well either (mdf, pine, skirting boards etc). I've only used it to tack insulation onto timber, can't find other 'successful' uses for it.

Spend on a glue gun or save up for a nail gun tbh.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 10th Jan
I had one. It misfired ALL the time. Went in the bin and got a DeWalt, which has been miles better.
Saro09/01/2020 23:28

Hi Frank. Unfortunately that page no longer exists & I'm using the phone …Hi Frank. Unfortunately that page no longer exists & I'm using the phone app. I'm very sure it's the same thing. [Image] The embossed staples sizes are the same. 6mm, 10mm, 14mm on the side of where the gun shoots them out. The only thing different is where the - /+ lock there's a groove the width of where your hand fits. The other side has the info sticker on it. The pic is below so you can zoom in to check. [Image]


Hi Saro, checked the model and this is your gun
You nailed it
Frank30uk10/01/2020 16:35

Hi Saro, checked the model and this is your gun


Thanks. My intention wasn't to scupper your deal. I genuinely felt camelcamelcamel had got it wrong so wanted the consumers to not get hoodwinked by amazon. My apologies if any stress was caused. I'm glad you worked out the model I bought from the images I sent to help identify whether they were one & the same. Which they weren't from your research. All the best.
Saro11/01/2020 04:37

Thanks. My intention wasn't to scupper your deal. I genuinely felt …Thanks. My intention wasn't to scupper your deal. I genuinely felt camelcamelcamel had got it wrong so wanted the consumers to not get hoodwinked by amazon. My apologies if any stress was caused. I'm glad you worked out the model I bought from the images I sent to help identify whether they were one & the same. Which they weren't from your research. All the best.


Certainly no stress involved Saro. I was intrigued just as much as you to figure out if you had the same model. It was easy enough to identify your gun once you posted the pic. Take care and good day
Frank30uk11/01/2020 14:44

Certainly no stress involved Saro. I was intrigued just as much as you to …Certainly no stress involved Saro. I was intrigued just as much as you to figure out if you had the same model. It was easy enough to identify your gun once you posted the pic. Take care and good day


Thanks for your understanding. All the best & good evening
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