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Craftsman Electric Brad Nailer

Item# 00968563000P | Model# ETT3212H | Added on May 13, 2010 | Seller: Sears.com
Craftsman Electric Brad Nailer
$51.99
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Craftsman Electric Brad Nails It
Don't waste your time hammering away, and instead use the Craftsman electric brad nailer. Light and comfortable to hold and use, the nailer weighs a mere 3.76 pounds. Use the nailer from project to project, as it conveniently holds 5 different sizes of 18 ga. brad nails: 5/8, 3/4, 1, 1-3/16 and 1-1/4 inches. Securing nails will be done much faster, too. The nailer can secure up to 30 nails per minute.
The Craftsman electric brad will not only save you time with how many nails it can nail per minute, but also when it comes to reloading. The magazine holds 100 18 ga. nails at a time. The magazine is made of nylon and is designed to last a long time. There is also a convenient impact-force knob that allows you to control how much pressure the nails are driven in at.

  • Craftsman electric brad nailer weighs 3.76 pounds for comfort and ease of use
  • Holds up to 5 different sizes of 18 ga. nails
  • Holds nails sizes 5/8, 3/4, 1, 1-3/16 and 1-1/4 inches
  • Nails up to 30 nails per minute
  • Long-lasting nylon magazine holds 100 nails
  • Control force of nails with variable force knob
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Praise
By Arli13
April 20th, 2014
Good nailer

Does what it's made to do. No issues really with the nailer. Good for small projects as it only nails up to 1 1/4" nails.

6 found this review helpful
Criticism
By Ms.Handy
January 30th, 2014
Disappointing results

I bought this to install baseboards (made of formed sawdust) in my home. First nail didn't even make it through the wood. I pulled it out with my fingers. Second went in, but not all the way. 1/4 of it was still sticking out. As for the third try...Nothing. I mean, it was as if there were no nails in the machine. I tried 3 more times before I gave up, repackaged it and returned it to the store. Don't waste your money on this item. Not worth the hassle.

7 found this review helpful
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MrBDBrian

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Love it!

January 11th via mobile
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December 16th, 2015
maddog_sj

disapointed

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I just bought it a few days ago, the store didn't carry (any) brads for it, had to go to another store for them. Very simple to operate, but the feed isn't very reliable (misfires a lot) not the Craftsman quality I was expecting.

November 16th, 2015 via craftsman.com
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Bud57

Very good

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Works good, nailer.rd two rooms of toe mold and not a jam. What is more I can say. It is a very good, good, good, nailer. So, I need more characters do I.

September 21st, 2015 via sears.com
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rburgett

perfectly suited

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When you need a temporry fix,thi sbrad nailer is just what the doctor ordered. it has enough umph to secure mmost medium pieces and delivers quickly and efficiently

March 2nd, 2015 via sears.com
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Jrdude

Brad Nailer

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I purchased the brad nailer with the plan of using it on white pine shelving board. Using 1.25 brads, they would only drive through half way. Not very pleased.

September 9th, 2014 via sears.com
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marusca

electric brad nail gun

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This item was purchased to do small tasks around the workshop where a small tack would be used. It is really difficult to hold a small brad and tap it with a tack hammer without hitting your finger. It performed as expected but it's not intended for the daily workplace. The packaging was not specific with details on brad sizes but will shoot longer brads which is helpful. I would purchase this item again.

September 8th, 2014 via sears.com
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Bradleynailer

Avoid this product for everything other than light duty applications

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Bought this product to install 1/4 round around the baseboard of a hardwood floor. Bought 1 1/4" brads (largest the nailer would handle) - used it for 2 days ... approx 150-200 shots and then it quit working - like it shorted out (but no smoke or burnt electrical smell) - Sears took it back as defective and I finished my job the old fashioned way with hammer/nails and a nail set. If you're looking for a serious nailer consider upgrading to the Pneumatic (professional) type!

August 6th, 2014 via sears.com
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