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Finding a good nailer might be a bit of a problem, because, from my point of view, if the whole work is excellent, but the finishing is of bad quality, then the entire effort that you have put into the work will go in vain.
The finishing details of any piece of work give it its quality and value, so you got to be careful around that area.
Bostitch always provides us with excellent products, and Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge, which has a seven-year limited warranty, is no exception.
In this article, I will take you on a tour around the nailer.
Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge Review
Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge proves that lightweight tools can be durable. We have its magnesium body to thank for this. Its lightness allows you to work with it all day long without having sore hands every few minutes. This way, you can enjoy getting your work done perfectly and enjoy saving money you would spend on a doctor’s appointment every now and then.
The lightness of this nailer should make it your first choice if you need to mount crown molding, hang shutters, or even install cabinets. In other words, this is the perfect nailer for over-the-head jobs. Moreover, thanks to its durability, you can rest assured that it will withstand terrible work conditions and that it can survive being used over and over again.
Ease Of Use And Convenience:
Being an oil-free nailer is not just great because it facilitates its use, but also because it ensures that your work will not have oil stains. Moreover, the nailer has a tool-free magazine that can hold up to 130 nails whose lengths vary between 1.25-inches to 2.5-inches. This means that you can get a lot of work done with one single load. In addition to the beauty of the already-amazing features, the magazine can be easily removed for cleaning and jam clearing.
Also, the settings of the nailer are adjustable and not at all rigid. Its adjustable nail-depth settings and its PSI that ranges from 70 to 120 ensure that you can dial in the depth you need easily and quickly. Moreover, thanks to its driving power of 400 in/lbs, you can set 15-gauge finishing nails into the most challenging hardwoods with ease and without consuming all the power. This way, you can increase the comfort and precision of the job, whether you are working with furniture, molding, or trim.
Perfect Last Touch:
Want to give your house a touch of beauty and perfection? Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge is your answer. It is the ideal tool for tackling the details of your work.
All professionals and people who have good taste know that the finishing details of any work could add beauty or mess up the whole piece of work. And since you do not want to mess up your craft or your home, it is preferable to use this nailer with a standard air compressor.
It is also highly advisable to use four-angled profile tips to ensure the perfect drive every time and therefore get a pristine finish.
Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge Specs:
14.7 x 3.1 x 11.6 inches
400 Inch Lbs.
Thread Fitting Type:
What We Like and Do Not Like About Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge:
- Front pulls open to remove any jammed nails
- Has LED light
- Has belt clip
- Interior and exterior nailing
- Pencil sharpener
- The trigger valve may break with less than 200 nails through
- May double fire
The Box Includes:
- Finish nailer
- No-mar tips
- Four profile tips
- A durable carrying case
What Do Users Say About Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge?
The best way to learn facts about any product is through hearing stories from those who have had first-hand experience. The opinion of people who have used the nailer vary, and here is a sample of what some of them said:
“I have been using the nailer for over a year, and it has never misfired or had a nail jamb even when I put the wrong nails in it. Absolutely fantastic.”
“I have used this excellent nailer for installing hardwood flooring, installing small pieces of concrete siding with stainless steel finish nails, or for frames. It has never let me down.”
“All is great except that its head keeps falling down.”