Safety and Warnings
- Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered and dark areas invite accidents.
- Avoid dangerous environments. Do not operate power tools in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust. Power tools create sparks which may ignite the dust or fumes.
- Keep children and bystanders away while operating a power tool. Distractions can cause you to lose control.
- Keep the tool pointed away from you and others at all time and keep hands, and any body parts away from the area to prevent possible injury.
- Use safety equipment. Always wear eye protection and ear protection. Safety equipment such as dust mask, non-skid safety shoes, hard hat or hearing protection should be used.
- Power tool plugs must match the outlet. Never modify the plug in any way. Do not use any adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power tools. Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will reduce the risk of electric shock.
- Do not keep the trigger or safety depressed during loading fasteners or the unintentional firing of a fastener would cause personal injury.
- Disconnect the tool from the power source before making any adjustments, changing accessories or storing power tools. Such preventive safety measures reduce the risk of starting the power tool accidentally.
- Do not fire if the nails/staples are jammed. This will cause damage to the driver blade and could cause an accident.
- DO NOT use on any hard surfaces such as rock, concrete, masonry, bricks or steel. Injury or damage to the power tool could result.
- Do not drive fasteners close to the edge of the workpiece.
- Do not drive fasteners on top of nailed fastener.
- Only use parts and accessories recommended by the manufacturer.
Battery Tool Use, Charging and Care
- Recharge only with the charger and the battery packs specified by the manufacturer.
- Ensure the switch is in the off position before inserting the battery pack.
- Do not open the battery. There is danger of short-circuiting.
- Protect the battery against heat, g., also against continuous sun irradiation and fire. There is a danger of explosion.
- Do not short-circuit the battery. There is a danger of explosion.
- Battery leakage (liquid ejection). Under abusive conditions, liquid may be ejected from the battery; avoid contact. If contact accidentally occurs, flush with water. If liquid contacts eyes, flush them with clean water for at least 10 minutes, then seek immediate medical attention. Liquid ejected from the battery may cause irritation or burns.
- Care when charging. Make sure cord for the charger is located so that it will not be stepped on, tripped over or otherwise subjected to damage or stress. Do not operate the charging system with damaged cord or plug.
- Battery recycling and disposing. All batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly.
Have your power tool serviced by a qualified repair person using only identical replacement parts. This will ensure that the safety of the power tool is maintained.
This unit is intended for tacking cardboard, insulating material, fabric, foils, leather and similar materials on surfaces of wood or materials similar to wood. The machine is not suitable for the attachment of wall materials and is only suitable for domestic use.
The LED Functions of the power tool and charger. The LED will be on to indicate the status of the power tool and charger:
Red LED on = Battery charging.
Green LED on = Battery fully charged.
Battery packs for this tool are shipped in a low charge condition to prevent possible problems.
- Insert the power outlet into the port on the battery pack. Plug the charger power supply into a power outlet. The indicator light on the charger will be red (battery is charging).
- When batteries become fully charged (about 1~1.5 hours), the indicator on the charger will turn green. Unplug the charger from the power supply and remove the battery pack.
Note: A battery that is new or has not been used for a longer period does not develop its full capacity until after approx. 5 charge/discharge cycles.
Do not recharge the batteries after use if they are not to be used for an extended period of time. Recharge the batteries as and when they are required.
Do not recharge the batteries after use if they are not cool. Doing so will prevent the unit from being charger fully.
Inserting and Removing the Battery Pack
- Insert the battery pack into the grip until it clicks in place.
- To remove the battery pack, with pressing the lock buttons simultaneously to pull the pack out of the machine.
Checking the contact trip mechanism
- Remove all staples or nails from the magazine.
- Press the safety nose/contact pin and pull the trigger. The safety nose/contact pin and the trigger should move freely.
- Reload the staples or nails to the magazine.
- Do not use the tool if the safety nose/contact pin cannot move freely.
- Place the contact pin on the workpiece and press the machine without pulling the trigger, the machine should not fire; Take the machine from the workpiece, the contact pin should spring back automatically. Pull the trigger, the machine should not fire.
Inserting Staples or Nails into the magazine
Note: The number of staples or nails left in the magazine can be read using the viewing window.
- Remove the battery pack from the tool.
- Press the release button and pull out the magazine cover.
- Tilt the tool（approximately 45° Angle） and place nails/staples into the track of the magazine channel.
Make sure that the fasteners are placed correctly:
- Staples are placed against the profiled side of the rail; the crown of the staple is in the topmost part of the magazine (legs are facing away from the body of the tool).
- Nails are placed against the profiled side of the rail, with the points of the nails facing downwards; the leg of the nail is in the down most of the magazine
- Close the magazine cover until it engages with the release button.
- Reattach battery pack to the tool.
Warning: Do not place fasteners of different length. Do not place staples and nails into the unit together.
Instructions for use
Prior to operation make sure your battery pack is fully charged. Check whether the fasteners are placed in the magazine correctly.
Nailing or Stapling
Hold the handle firmly with magazine flat to the workpiece forming a 90° Angle.
Two modes of firing: Single Firing and Contact Firing
- Single Firing Mode:
Push the toggle to the left side to engage Single Firing mode. Single Firing mode is good for precision placement.
Step 1: Push the toggle to the left side
Step 2: Depress the safety contact pin against the workpiece
Step 3: Squeeze the trigger to fire the staple or nail
Step 4: Release the trigger and safety contact pin after firing.
To fire the next staple or nail, repeat step 2 through to step 4.
The safety contact pin must be depressed before the trigger is squeezed.
- Contact Firing Mode:
Push the drive shift (single/contact firing knob) to right side; it is on Contact Firing mode.
Contact Firing is good for conveniently and quickly firing.
Step 1: Push the drive shift to right side
Step 2: Squeeze the trigger, keep squeezing and don’t release
Step 3: Depress the safety contact pin against the workpiece to fire the nail or staple
Step 4: Keep squeezing the trigger all the time but release the safety contact pin after firing.
Step 5: Then press the unit against the next area you want to fire a nail or staple into. When the contact pin is pressed against the workpiece the tool will fire.
The trigger must be squeezed all the time when the contact pin is depressed.
Do not keep the trigger depressed when the tool is not in use, to prevent accidental firing when the tool is not in use.
If you experience a significantly reduced working period after charging, this indicates that the battery is near the end of its lifespan and must be replaced.
Depth Adjustment Wheel
Depth adjustment helps protect work surface and allows proper setting of nail heads.
- Turn the depth adjustment wheel towards the symbol, and the nail/staple will be fired into wood at a greater depth.
- Turn the wheel towards the symbol, and the nail/staple will be fired into the wood at less depth.
Removing a jammed nail or staple
Note: You must remove any jammed nails or staples before using the tool any further. Failure to do so will cause damage to the mechanism and serious danger.
- Remove the battery pack from the tool.
- Open the magazine; remove the staples or nails in the channel. Then remove the jammed fasteners.
3. If the fasteners remain jammed after attempting these steps, slightly loosen the four hex screws upon the nosepiece with the wrench provided, take off the nose cover then remove the jammed fasteners pieces.
4. Remove the jammed nail with pliers if necessary. After the jammed nail has been successfully removed, then re-tighten the nose piece with hex screws securely.
5. Keep opening the magazine, insert in the battery to engage the unit two or three times.
6. Then reload in the staples/nails, close the magazine to use the unit again.
7. Do not dispose of power tools or their consumables in household waste!
8. Recycle unwanted materials instead of disposing of them as waste.
Battery packs/ batteries recycling: Li-ion Battery
The battery packs are built to the highest quality standards, they can be re-charged again and again, ensuring that your tool performs with full efficiency. However, rechargeable batteries eventually need to be replaced. When this happens, it is important not to discard your old battery tool or battery pack in a hazardous manner. To preserve natural resources, please recycle or dispose of batteries properly.
These battery packs should be collected, recycled or disposed of in an environmental-friendly manner.
Warning: Do not attempt to destroy or disassemble battery pack or remove any of its components. Also, never touch the battery terminals with metal objects and/or body parts as short circuit may result. Keep away from children.
18VDC , 2000mAh
Average 60nails/min ; Max 100nails/ min
Max Magazine capacity
Holds up to 100nails/staples
Max length of nails
50mm 18 Gauge Brad Nail
Max length of Staples
40mm 18 Gauge light duty staple