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Ryobi 18V One+ Cordless Brad Nailer

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I mentioned recently that I have a new tool RYOBI quickly becoming one of my favorites. That’s the 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless Ryobi Brad Nailer, and it was amazing! The nailer do not require an air compressor, and it is wireless, lightweight and easy to use. I plan to use this for a number of construction projects in the spring and summer in my love home.

Ryobi Brad Nailer

 

Ryobi 18V One+ Cordless Brad Nailer – Ryobi Brad Nailer

I’ve never used a nail gun of any kind before, so I do not really know what to expect, but it is very easy to find and the tool itself is very easy to manage. I can not believe how easy it was to load too. You can set the air pressure and adjust the depth of drive that is very good, plus I really like the LED worklight. Also, you can change the drive mode allows for placement nail repetitive very quickly. I’m more of a “one nail at a time” kind of girl though, so I keep mine on the sequential manual mode only.

As you can see in the photos below, I use this on the recent DIY projects framed my blackboard. It is the perfect tool to attach me to the blackboard frame quickly and easily.

Airstrike (TM) technology is the nail gun can be prolonged and not require a compressor or air tube. There is also a ruler built along the magazine which allows rapid measurement, and “dry fire lock” feature prevents the tool from the magazine run low on nails. I like the fact that the magazine has a window open so you can see how many nails left and you always know if you are getting low. There are also no-mar pads that protect forests gently than dimples caused by nail gun at the surface of the wood.

Overall, this best brad nailer is definitely a handy tool I would recommend, especially if you enjoy building and woodworking. Just remember to remove the battery whenever you are not using it. As always, be sure to wear safety equipment and use caution when operating power tools.

RYOBI Tools available at Home Depot. Visit the RYOBI Nation, where you can upload your own projects and / or check a lot of inspiration!

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