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  • NEW ridgid 18v BRAD NAILER, $329 (CAD) on homedepot.ca



    I just noticed this on the canadian home depot site, and don't believe its been announced yet.

    Heres the link: http://www.homedepot.ca/webapp/wcs/s...k=P_PartNumber

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    Re: NEW ridgid 18v BRAD NAILER, $329 (CAD) on homedepot.ca

    Originally posted by rto View Post


    I just noticed this on the canadian home depot site, and don't believe its been announced yet.

    Heres the link: http://www.homedepot.ca/webapp/wcs/s...k=P_PartNumber
    hopefully it gets better reviews than the other 18volt nailer

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      Re: NEW ridgid 18v BRAD NAILER, $329 (CAD) on homedepot.ca

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      RIDGID

      RIDGID 18V 18GA. Brad Nailer

      Model:: R213BNA18 | Store SKU #: 1000671134
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      Overview

      Delivering RIDGID power and reliability, this nailer delivers on all your roofing needs with its easy to use adjustment measures and stable design.
      • Tool-Free Depth-of-Drive Adjustment, accurate depth control protects work surface from overdriving
      • Straight Drive™ feature, to enhance drive quality and roof quality
      • Compact Lithium-Ion Battery, for extended use and less user fatigue
      • Cordless Convenience, No need for compressors, hoses or gas cartridges

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        Re: NEW ridgid 18v BRAD NAILER, $329 (CAD) on homedepot.ca

        Why are they mentioning roofing in a brad nailer ad?

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          Re: NEW ridgid 18v BRAD NAILER, $329 (CAD) on homedepot.ca

          The fact is you need mass to have these non gas nailer work. Look at the DW, it is very bulky, but works well. Maybe this smaller gauge might be better. I have 3 nailers, 2 Hitachi, 1 paslode. The fuel cell allows higher power an lighter weight. The newest 15ga.DA Hitachi is superb and very light. I Use that all the time.
          I would like a 18ga cordless, will wait to see if this works well. The Senco has gotten positive reviews. Maybe this is a copy as Ridgid has some overlap w. them.

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