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Stanley STA0TR250 Heavy Duty TR250 Staple Gun/Brad Nailer - £14.25 (Prime)/£18.74 (non Prime) @ Amazon
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Stanley STA0TR250 Heavy Duty TR250 Staple Gun/Brad Nailer - £14.25 (Prime)/£18.74 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 6th Apr

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Solid product at a reasonable price ....
  • 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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I don't not need this i do not need this........bought 1
For people without Prime Toolstation have it for £14.89 delivered free.
toolstation.com/sta…BwE
Edited by: "PaulandPam" 6th Apr
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Good price, I’ve got one used it loads for furniture work, wire netting etc.

Recommended.

p.s don’t forget your staples...

amazon.co.uk/Sta…T81
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 6th Apr
PennyTrader06/04/2020 21:36

Good price, I’ve got one used it loads for furniture work, wire netting e …Good price, I’ve got one used it loads for furniture work, wire netting etc.Recommended.


Thank you @PennyTrader Nice to have your recommendation
I bought one of these for a specific task. I have never looked back.never knew how many things in my house needed staples and Brad nails in them. And it's soooooo satisfying! A great purchase. Heat.
For people without Prime Toolstation have it for £14.89 delivered free.
toolstation.com/sta…BwE
Edited by: "PaulandPam" 6th Apr
Hallelujah! Good find for Easter crucifixion.
The only drawback is you have to use stanley staples I believe
drex06/04/2020 22:58

The only drawback is you have to use stanley staples I believe


From Screwfix they are cheap though.
Does anyone know where can I buy assorted nails and assorted staples.
I doubt I will need a thousand of each size, but multi packs of them would help. Its OOO at Amazon.
Diy noob here... Is this essential in everybody's diy toolkit.
What other uses to people use this for?
Looking to spend some more money on tools which I think I'll use.. But probably won't.
DanielPritchard06/04/2020 23:05

Diy noob here... Is this essential in everybody's diy toolkit.What other …Diy noob here... Is this essential in everybody's diy toolkit.What other uses to people use this for?Looking to spend some more money on tools which I think I'll use.. But probably won't.


No. Not essential if you are mostly fixing stuff around the house. The old hammer will serve the purpose.

But if you are building (or replacing) large items regularly, then yes.
Building sheds, laying carpets, repairing roof lines etc comes to mind.
drex06/04/2020 22:58

The only drawback is you have to use stanley staples I believe


I used some b and q hone brand ones. It comes with sizing quids for different depths of staple. Really good and easy to use/buy for.
I don't not need this i do not need this........bought 1
DanielPritchard06/04/2020 23:05

Diy noob here... Is this essential in everybody's diy toolkit.What other …Diy noob here... Is this essential in everybody's diy toolkit.What other uses to people use this for?Looking to spend some more money on tools which I think I'll use.. But probably won't.


Not essential, but if you need it then you need it and once you have one you will find plenty of uses for them. Missus has also used a lot in upcycling and various refurb projects.

I just like to pretend I'm a cowboy and spin it around my finger...
Msafiri06/04/2020 23:07

No. Not essential if you are mostly fixing stuff around the house. The old …No. Not essential if you are mostly fixing stuff around the house. The old hammer will serve the purpose.But if you are building (or replacing) large items regularly, then yes. Building sheds, laying carpets, repairing roof lines etc comes to mind.


Thanks for info and saving me 15 quid. Think I'll pass.. .
Edited by: "DanielPritchard" 6th Apr
Darren_Wilsond2p06/04/2020 23:10

Not essential, but if you need it then you need it and once you have one … Not essential, but if you need it then you need it and once you have one you will find plenty of uses for them. Missus has also used a lot in upcycling and various refurb projects.I just like to pretend I'm a cowboy and spin it around my finger...


I do the same with the cordless drill.. But more futuristic. I pretend am a robot. 😏
DanielPritchard06/04/2020 23:15

I do the same with the cordless drill.. But more futuristic. I pretend am … I do the same with the cordless drill.. But more futuristic. I pretend am a robot. 😏


Amazing the creativity that this lockdown is bringing out.

Shall be trying that out tomorrow.

Darren_Wilsond2p06/04/2020 23:17

Amazing the creativity that this lockdown is bringing out.Shall be trying …Amazing the creativity that this lockdown is bringing out.Shall be trying that out tomorrow.


Great for mummy arts and crafts thank you
fijwood06/04/2020 23:10

I don't not need this i do not need this........bought 1


Dont forget to buy staples (apparently only takes Stanley's brand, I cannot confirm)

I dont need one of these but now have one en route
A must if you assemble a lot of flat packed furniture. Saves a decade of time and hassle when affixing the backboard of wardrobes/cupboards.
Can this be used to fit skirting board? Cheers.
Gooner7707/04/2020 08:44

Can this be used to fit skirting board? Cheers.


Also, what about using it for door frames? I’m a DIY noob that renovates entire flat at the moment.
Gooner7707/04/2020 08:44

Can this be used to fit skirting board? Cheers.


No it's just a stapler, you would use it for things like stapling new fabric onto your bed headboard or dining room chairs or the backs of flat pack furniture.
For skirting board you need to use proper nails or screw's but be careful of hidden pipes and electrical cables, personally I prefer to use a fast grab adhesive for doing jobs like that something like 'Pinkgrip'
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Edited by: "PaulandPam" 7th Apr
aggala07/04/2020 03:09

Dont forget to buy staples (apparently only takes Stanley's brand, I …Dont forget to buy staples (apparently only takes Stanley's brand, I cannot confirm) I dont need one of these but now have one en route


I use 'Arrow T50' staples with mine usually around the £3.25 mark on Amazon for a box.
106s1607/04/2020 09:49

I use 'Arrow T50' staples with mine usually around the £3.25 mark on …I use 'Arrow T50' staples with mine usually around the £3.25 mark on Amazon for a box.


Great to know and do you use the nailing function, if yes I'm sure you can guess my next question
aggala07/04/2020 09:55

Great to know and do you use the nailing function, if yes I'm sure you can …Great to know and do you use the nailing function, if yes I'm sure you can guess my next question


No sorry !
drex06/04/2020 22:58

The only drawback is you have to use stanley staples I believe


Nope I've used 3 or 4 other brands in it
PaulandPam06/04/2020 22:28

For people without Prime Toolstation have it for £14.89 delivered …For people without Prime Toolstation have it for £14.89 delivered free.https://www.toolstation.com/stanley-heavy-duty-staplenail-gun/p46611?store=A1&utm_source=googleshopping&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=googleshoppingfeed&gclid=CjwKCAjwpqv0BRABEiwA-TySwcnkTukhNiwxBe7Hy0gfeUcuiVfDU2hAEb4ptjQA28lJHmoKSFSwRhoCNCwQAvD_BwE


please could you tell me what code(s) are for nails at toolstation. Much appreciated
For Amazon, these brad nails @£2.99 are described as working with any stanley stapler.
anyone got a recommendation for a stapler you can use for cables? Like the ones openreach use for installing telephone wires in your house? It's for DIY only so doesn't have to be heavy duty, but I need a couple of 10m hdmi cables routing round the room (so quite thick) but also some cat 6. These don't work, they just cut through the cables.
julieallen07/04/2020 11:04

anyone got a recommendation for a stapler you can use for cables? Like the …anyone got a recommendation for a stapler you can use for cables? Like the ones openreach use for installing telephone wires in your house? It's for DIY only so doesn't have to be heavy duty, but I need a couple of 10m hdmi cables routing round the room (so quite thick) but also some cat 6. These don't work, they just cut through the cables.


For that job you'd be better off just buying a pack of cable clips and hammering them in where needed. They're available for a couple of quid in multiple sizes in either square or round to fit telephone & HDMI cables. Can be had in white, black or grey to match the cable or your wall colour. Have a look on Screwfix/Toolstation. Alternatively, for 2xHDMI & CAT6 you may be better off with self-adhesive trunking, again a couple of quid for 3m lengths in above shops.
Edited by: "Sam223" 7th Apr
PaulandPam07/04/2020 09:44

No it's just a stapler, you would use it for things like stapling new …No it's just a stapler, you would use it for things like stapling new fabric onto your bed headboard or dining room chairs or the backs of flat pack furniture.For skirting board you need to use proper nails or screw's but be careful of hidden pipes and electrical cables, personally I prefer to use a fast grab adhesive for doing jobs like that something like 'Pinkgrip'[Image]




Can anyone recommend a good stud and electicity detector that's not too pricey, I bought one from Amazon but it is pants, it just goes off for anything and I have to return it.
Gooner7707/04/2020 18:00

Can anyone recommend a good stud and electicity detector that's not too …Can anyone recommend a good stud and electicity detector that's not too pricey, I bought one from Amazon but it is pants, it just goes off for anything and I have to return it.


I bought a zircon studsensor a150 when I moved into a new build. So far used to locate electrics for new plug points and multiple studs for hanging mirrors and tv brackets. I looked at a lot before buying as I, like you, had some issues with false positives for cheaper detectors.

Really recommend. Got mine through amazon but cannot figure out how to share the link through the app.

Anyway, if you google it you will find it.

Best of luck!
Darren_Wilsond2p07/04/2020 21:03

I bought a zircon studsensor a150 when I moved into a new build. So far …I bought a zircon studsensor a150 when I moved into a new build. So far used to locate electrics for new plug points and multiple studs for hanging mirrors and tv brackets. I looked at a lot before buying as I, like you, had some issues with false positives for cheaper detectors.Really recommend. Got mine through amazon but cannot figure out how to share the link through the app.Anyway, if you google it you will find it.Best of luck!



Thanks but the price is too high
I have 4 different staple guns, and without a doubt the best one is the one I bought from Poundshop, for £2
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