ET200D™ Nail Master-Electric Brad Nail Gun

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  • 14 amps delivers power when you need it
  • No air compressor needed
  • Non-slip cushioned grip
  • Solid state circuitry
  • Ergonomic design, high impact plastic
  • Two safety locks: trigger & surface
  • Hardened carbon steel working parts
  • Jam-resistant nail delivery system
  • Angled channel, gets in tight corners
  • Includes non-marring surface bumper
  • Uses 4 sizes of BN1800 series brad nails
  • Available in 110V or 220V models

Downloadable Manual/Safety




ET200D Nail Master Electric Brad Nail Gun
It sucks
I bought this to fix the trimming around my house. I thought it would be worth the price. I am currently on my second one because the first one just decided to stop working. Just today I finally started working on the trim again and the replacement also stopped working. It's so frustrating that I have to take it back again. Even when it did work it didn't even shoot the nail all the way in I had to go back with a hammer and hammer the nails in. I do not recommend this product to anyone.
December 30, 2012
I have the ET200 and it jambs almost everyother nail
I have the ET200 and it jambs almost every other nail, I am using 1 inch nails on half inch plywood and very poor performance.
It's not that the nail in not going in but the nail-er jambs ever other nail and I had might as well used conventional nails. What a waste of time evrythird nail I have to take it apart to un jamb.
I have to wonder how many other people have this problem or do I have a defective unit? This nail er has hardly been used.
Would not recommend the nail-er to anyone .
August 4, 2012
looks great
Too little power, leaves brads sticking out, you have to hold so much pressure on unit that you dent the work.
The lock lever broke on mine and it's near impossible to get a new part. Any body want a stapler that shoots staples without holding it to the work.
July 24, 2012
1820 nail only goes half way in on quarter round
The packaging shows the nail gun being used on quarter round. I just tried my brand new ET200 gun out. I am extremely disappointed and am glad I did not throw my receipt out. The nails only make it half way in to the quarter round. So am I supposed to use my hammer now to finish the job?
July 17, 2012
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  • Molding
  • Lattice
  • Wood trim
  • Wood working
  • Picture frames