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Craftsman Electric Brad Nailer
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Craftsman Electric Brad Nailer

Item# 00968563000P | Model# ETT3212H | Added on May 13, 2010 | Seller: Sears.com
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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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5 found this review helpful
by Murraybob
July 6th, 2012
Handy nailer

Bought this to build a fireplace place mantel with hardwood (Alder). I wanted to get by on the cheap and avoid buying or renting compressors and air powered nailers. I opened a Sears charge account in order to save another $15 on the purchase price. I knew that the hardwood would be a challenge for the nailer, and so I had a hammer and nail setter handy as part of the job. It worked great. No jams, misfeeds, or misfires. It put the 1" brads in almost all of the way by setting it to full power. I did use the nail setter to finish off the brads that didn't quite make it all the way in. The nailer did not make any marks on the wood, as the nozzle protector worked well enough. .It did the job just fine, and if I had it to do all over, I would use this nailer again. It seems to be quite reliable and is a handy tool to have. No regrets.

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by MoDave
April 10th, 2008
Craftsman nail gun

I have tried this thing a dozen times and it will occasionally sink a brad all the way in, but ALWAYS damages the wood at the hammer head. I wouldn't have another one if they were free.

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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 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 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 via sears.com
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MojoJojo

Great product

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This is a great product for the do it yourself handy person. I have only had to purchase two of these over the past 20 years and they get a lot of work.

July 21st via sears.com
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Arlisa Michael
July 9th
Arli13

Good nailer

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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.

April 20th via mobile
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tkfinke

1" brad could only penetrate 1/2".

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Hardly worth the effort because not enough power.

March 31st via sears.com
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Ashroff

Very Good product at a very good price

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March 11th via sears.com
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Ms.Handy

Disappointing results

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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.

January 30th via sears.com
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Rudalee

great for home improvement projects

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got this for a great price, great tool for working on furniture.

January 27th via sears.com
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nois4

Better then using a hammer

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Used it on 3 projects so far and no problem. Great for small projects. Saves a ton of time over trying to use a hammer and nail. Makes doing projects by myself so much easier.

October 30th, 2013 via sears.com
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electricnailer

review of brad nailer

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The first one worked nicely for my project (approx. 200 brads), then later failed to sink brads...returned for new one under extended warranty. The new one has also failed during second project. Maybe the more expensive ones work....

October 19th, 2013 via sears.com
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Zach Robinson

good value, durable, convenient

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Pros: Good for small furniture/framing projects. Handy due to the fact that its is electric and does not require a compressor.
Cons: not very effective on hard woods and materials.

August 6th, 2013
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Diane Moreland

I'd buy again

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Good product. Used it to install quarter round on the ceiling with ease. Went through the wood with no problem at all.

July 26th, 2013
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RobertX

Quite good on compressed wood board

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For hitting small nails, it does the job. This is much quicker and easier than hitting small nails with a hammer.

June 15th, 2013 via sears.com
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john sonia
March 1st, 2013
Frank and Tosh
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March 1st, 2013
PapaV

Good From Small Woodworking and Trim Only

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<p>I brought this because a friend used it in his house and liked it. I do a lot of wood working projects and have yet to be able to make a decision on the air compres nailer I want so I decided to try this out for $50. This nailer works well for small woodworking projects in medium to soft wood and putting up trim and molding only.</p>
<p>Dont buy this if you plan on doing anything else with the tool. It is great when doing trim because you dont have to lug a air compressor with you everywhere. The downsides include the power and the consistency of the pressure. Lots of times the nail pushes the nail all the way in and then sometimes doesnt and I have to hammer them in. Overall it is a good purchase for $50 if you expectations are small projects. It can not handle a wide verity of projects</p>

January 14th, 2013 via craftsman.com
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melissa kuntz
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January 1st, 2013
Meg G.
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December 23rd, 2012
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