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Numax 3 piece finish nailer kit $59.98 Home Depot

Manicmechanic 798 February 6, 2013 at 02:13 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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t NuMax 3-Piece Finish Nailer Kit $59.98 was $123.99 Home Depot daily deal


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This kit is used for your finishing needs from crown molding to your detailed finishing jobs. The Straight Finish Nailer is equipped a finger depth adjustment, open nose design, comfort grip handle, 360 degree adjustable exhaust, quick jam release, no-mar tip and more. The Brad Nailer is equipped with a 360 degree adjustable exhaust, wide fastener range, durable die cast aluminum, anti-dust cap, comfort grip handle and more. The 23-gauge 1 in. Micro Pinner is equipped with a die cast aluminum body, light weight, bottom loading, comfort grip handle and more.



Pneumatic 16-gauge 2-1/2 in. strip straight finish nailer
Pneumatic 18-gauge 1-1/4 in. strip brad nailer
Pneumatic 23-gauge 1 in. strip headless pin nailer
Oil and wrenches included
Durable lightweight die cast aluminum
Comfortable rubber grip
1-year limited warranty
MFG Brand Name : NuMax
MFG Model # : NM6432123
MFG Part # : NM6432123

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why this item over the Husky for the same price?

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Anyone who can input... why pneumatic instead of electric if all you want is small around the house jobs?
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might be a dumb question, but do "nailer nails" cost more than buying them in a box of the same type of nail loose? I've never owned nail guns before, but now that I have a compressor.. thinking about getting some.
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I have the numax framing nailer and it is pretty boss. Solidly built and gets the job done if you're just a DIY guy with a few projects a year. I doubt it has the longevity that a professional would need. If i didn't already have a Porter Cable finish nailer i'd probably bite on these units...

I wouldn't use HF nails in any nailer though...
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Quote from nastyemu View Post :
I have the numax framing nailer and it is pretty boss. Solidly built and gets the job done if you're just a DIY guy with a few projects a year. I doubt it has the longevity that a professional would need. If i didn't already have a Porter Cable finish nailer i'd probably bite on these units...

I wouldn't use HF nails in any nailer though...
What nails would you recommend?
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Quote from jdevan00 View Post :
why this item over the Husky for the same price?

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Really good question. That one seems pretty available locally for me (though it is showing at $99 at checkout). And good reviews. I can't find any reviews for *this* numax model (though their other 3pc kit seems to be well regarded).

I know. I'll get both!Smilie
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Just a quick FYI that HD also has a similar deal for 'Husky 3-Pieces Finish Nailer Kit' $59 -- not sure the difference in quality (if any) between the two brands.
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#23
Would the 3 gal HDX compressor that HD has for $20 be enough for these nailers? Or would it be better to get the 3.5 gal Porter-Cable compressor that HD has for $59?
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Quote from illogos View Post :
Would the 3 gal HDX compressor that HD has for $20 be enough for these nailers? Or would it be better to get the 3.5 gal Porter-Cable compressor that HD has for $59?
The $20 would sink the nails assuming you aren't rapid firing them faster than the air compressor can stay above 90 psi.
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What nails would you recommend?
I've used HF nails for dozens of projects they work fine... really, how much do you expect a brad to do but go in the wood without bending?

People who say crap like that remind me if the dimwits that would argue that $10 monoprice HDMI cables would blow up your speakers and you needed to pay $100 to Best Buy for an HDMI cable. Notice those people have shut up now huh?


And BTW, spam not withstanding, 60 bucks for 3 air nailers seems like a no brainer to me. (no experience with this brand but still)
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Quote from ogre177age View Post :
What nails would you recommend?
my PC finish nailer jammed at least a couple times a strip with the HF nails and the last 4 or 5 on the strip almost always set sideways or blasted through at a weird angle which left a bigger hole to be filled. i switched to the PC brand nails and had no worries after that.
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Thanks prime global. I ordered this item but will be promptly returning it when it arrives. I will get the husky model.
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Quote from decolores9 View Post :
Sounds like your nailer is improperly adjusted, and you likely would have had the same problem with Maze nails or any other different brand.

I've only used about 30,000 HF nails, but have had no problems with any of them.
Possibly, and likely probable, but I've run about 500+ porter cable nails through it after that and it didn't have a problem.

You know how it goes, one bad experience with a brand and you just swear off of it...
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#29
This was a great deal. I picked it up in December for $73.66.
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Set came in today (Could not get the Husky as it was sold out) They feel pretty sturdy.

be careful, the bag they come in is full of what seems like fine gritty sand. (looks to be the material used for the units covering) Good thing they capped of the air supply quick coupler. I used a damp cloth to get the rest of it off.

They'll be subjected to home owner duty so pretty light. Crown molding and small carpentry work.
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