Suitable for timber framing, roofing, joists and a host of other applications, this Makita gas/battery nailer is packed with innovation. The nailer uses the tried and tested 7.2V Lithium-Ion battery system with an amazing 30 minute recharge time and will allow you to fire 4,000 nails per charge. An LED low battery indicator lets you know when you need to swap batteries. The gas cell chamber is quick and easy to load taking a 40 gram gas cell (not supplied) which allows you to fire up to 1,200 shots per cell at a rate of 2-3 nails a second. Using standard 34 degree nails Makita supply a new gas cartridge with each and every nail pack (1,200 shots per cartridge) so you will never run out of gas when you use Makita nails. Firing 50mm to 90mm long nails (2.9-3.3mm diameter) there is a huge selection of fixings available from ring galvanised to smooth galvanised and even stainless ring if you want them. Other features include an error detection system for instant problem fixing, air filter to protect the cylinder from dirt and debris and a five stage depth adjustable non-slip contact nose. Only weighing 3.5kg the Makita nailer is virtually the lightest nailer out there. But don't be misled as this is no lightweight when it comes to performance.
Supplied with 2 x Li-Ion batteries, charger and a case.
FREE 3 year warranty and service package which includes 2 full cleans and a full service for each year for 3 years, and is worth over £495! Your tool will automatically qualify for this when registered on the Makita website.
|Battery Capacity||1.0 Ah|
|Battery Voltage||7.2 V|
|Charge Time||30 minutes|
|Corded or Cordless||Cordless|
|Load Capacity||44 nails|
|Nett Weight||3.5 kg|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||102 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K]||89 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Vibration [Uncertainty K]||2.5 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]|
4 October 2016
Great gun throughly recommendedHaving looked at various other nail guns I settled on the makita. It's a great piece of kit for the price and can't fault the build quality and reliability. Working with it all day it hasn't missed a shot, jammed or any other problems. For the price you can't go wrong!!!
25 June 2012
Better than a PaslodeHaving used both I prefer the Makita. The big difference, as far as I know, is only the newest Paslode has a Li-ion battery. I've got the old paslode batteries on my other gun and they're a bit crap. I can't see any advantage to the Paslode for the extra money
10 February 2011
makita gas nailerbuys. All nails and gas fit this and i have used many of the cheap alternatives that big companies like Midas and and Kier provide, i have not come across any that wont fit.I love my makita nailer, i wasnt sure at first because no one i knew had bought one, but thats only because they have paslode and are scared of new tools, but am so glad i bought it, you couldnt give me a paslode or any other nailer to use i would want this any day. (I am not a makita representative lol i wanted to out this up as there are no reviews of this anywhere, and people should know how much better this gun is than other brands)
Mr Sam Squire
12 June 2010
Mr S SquireJust as good as any paslode ive used if not better! Makita nails are expensive but this gun is compatible with other brands. Have used paslode and rawl nails and gas and it works just fine! The head on sum of the other brands gas bottles dont always fit so remember to keep one from any empty makita or paslode gas bottle!!