DeWalt DC618 18v Cordless Angled Nail Gun with 2 Batteries 2.6ah

Our Price
£449.95 inc VAT
 

QL144758

  • Our Part Number DEWDC618KB
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DeWalt DC618 18v Cordless Angled Nail Gun with 2 Batteries 2.6ah

Features:
- Versatility in the loading and unloading of fasteners - 20 degree angled magazine 120 nail capacity
- The tool works as fast as you do with consistent nail penetration
- The sequential operating mode allows for precision placement and the bump operating mode provides the user with production speed
- Depths can be easily referenced utilising numbered dial and user does not sacrifice performance when changing depths
- Headlights provide increased visibility in low-light conditions or confined areas without any light
- User can engage contact trip lock-off and prevent accidental dis-charge of fastener
- Provides increased durability over current cordless nailers and provides easy access for troubleshooting and service on the job-site or by a service technician
- Provides easy access to the nosepiece for the simple removal of a jammed fastener without the use of screwdrivers or tool wrenches
- Provides increased portability and versatility on the job-site
- Increased visibility and durability along with protection for work-surface from the contact-trip
- Will accept Paslode 20-degree nails
- Top cap is impact resistant and easy to remove for troubleshooting

Includes:
30 minute charger
2 batteries
DEWALT safety glasses
Reversible belt hook
No-mark tip
Heavy duty carrying case

Specifications:
Nail Diameter 1.6 mm
Battery Capacity NiMH 2.6 Ah
Magazine angle 20 °
Nail Length 32-63 mm
Magazine capacity Up to 120 Nails
Magazine loading Rear - load
Air consumption per shot @ 6.9 Bar
Firing mode Bump & Sequential
Length 330 mm
Width 105 mm
Height 320 mm
Weight 3.9 kg
Voltage 18 V
Nailer Operating Mode Selective
Integrated Belt Hook Yes
Jam Clearing Yes
Features LED Headlights

Specifications

Mfr Part NumberDC618KB
Our Part NumberDEWDC618KB
Model NoDC618KB
ManufacturerDewalt
Shipping Weight4kg
PowerCordless Rechargeable

Reviews

Most Recent Customer Reviews

Derek | 02 October 2012

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Have just put up a 100metre, 6ft fence and what a lot of time and effort it saved me. It does jam/stop working on occasion, however usually by clearing and reloading the nails or turning off and on it, that would clear the fault

David myers | 29 March 2012

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Very nice, easy and above all quiet machine to use although it isn't lightweight. The reason that i have given a low rating for the build quality is that on my machine the track that you slide the nails into is slightly out of alignement with the surrounding plastic casing, thus making it awkward to slide the nails in.


 

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