This looks identical to the Von Haus nailer, here is a link to review: Also found some mention on Rutland's model elsewhere saying that it was quite heavy and uncomfortable if using above your head. Here is the amazon.com link to check reviews: https://www.amazon.com/VonHaus-Lithium-Ion-Cordless-Nailer-Stapler/dp/B07BK9SV2V/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_pdt_img_top?ie=UTF8 Hope it helps, decided to give this one a miss.
I'd be interested in the quality/performance of this too. I think Rutlands tends to get a bit of stick on some of it's products for being very similar to chinese imports found on the two big chinese marketplaces and being sold for twice the price.
thanks OP nice find just ordered one been looking for a reasonable priced nailer/stapler, will let you know as is arriving tomorrow. oh the delivery is £6.99 but if you sign up to the mailing list you get £5.00 code off your order.
Are there any brands to look out for? New to the Multi Tool market :) Need a set of accessories for mine, but the price and range seem mad.
But if you are not in a rush, then I would suggest that you wait for Aldi / Lidl to get their selection in. Not been around for a while, so I would say it is due soon. The price is good, and I have had no issues with the qulity so far.
Posted 1st May 2020Posted 1st May 2020
FastCap Accuscribe Pro Scribing Tool £9.95 @ Rutlands (£3.95 Delivery)£13.90
Brilliant tool for any carpenter. Bought one myself before the deal came up, much better option than the Trend equivalent imo. Recommend at this price. Ideal for marking out flo… Read more
I am a carpenter (admittedly not the world's finest) and this looks handy as f. Scribing shelves against p1ss3d walls, end panels on kitchens and baths etc. This looks really helpful when discrepancies might be sub 5mm and when you care about giving the decorator f all to do. I bought one, cheers op (y)
Carpenters usually cut their pieces of wood to the size they need, if I understand the skillset. I also use a drawing compass and try to keep it perpendicular to the scribed surface.
Didn't know a block of wood was adjustable to different depths?
Got 1 for work a couple of years back. It’s too bulky for scribes and the pin can fall out as it’s adjustable. Prefer an old drawing compass personally. Like this https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/233574113354 Very good price though