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Dewalt (certified refurbished) DCN692M1R 20V MAX Brushless Cordless Lithium-Ion Framing Nailer Kit

Item# SPM7641490228 | Model# DCN692M1R | Added on October 26, 2016 |
Dewalt (certified refurbished) DCN692M1R 20V MAX Brushless Cordless Lithium-Ion Framing Nailer Kit
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Dewalt DCN692M1R. Features: Engineered with a high-efficiency brushless motor for superior durability. Dual-speed settings optimized for different nail lengths to match speed and power to drive nails consistently similar to a pneumatic nailer. Drives up to 700 nails per charge on a fully-charged 20V MAX Lithium-Ion 4.0 Ah battery pack. Can be used with 30 to 34 degree clipped and round-offset head, paper tape collated nails from a variety of brands. Indicator lights that warn the user of a low-battery or stall, with a stall release lever that allows the user to reset the driver blade caused by a stall or jammed nail. Sequential and bump-fire driving modes for user preference. Nail depth adjustment control for maximum control with varying materials. Requires no user-applied lubrication of any kind.

  • Buy with confidence! Our Reconditioned items include all necessary parts and are guaranteed to function like new, backed by our 120 Day money back guarantee. Please note however that reconditioned units received from the manufacturer may or may not include accessories shown with this listing.
  • DEWALT delivers outstanding performance with the launch of the world's first gas-free, dual-speed, cordless framing nailer. The new 20V MAX Brushless Cordless Lithium-Ion Framing Nailer joins DEWALT's line of 20V MAX cordless power tools with extended runtime (XR) technology and provides a gas-free option for users eliminating the need for costly gas canisters. It requires minimal maintenance,
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