Paslode reviews

Paslode 30° XP Framing Nailer Review

Paslode 30° Cordless XP Framing Nailer (Model CFN325XP) Paslode recently introduced their newest nailer model; the Paslode 30° XP Framing Nailer with fuel-powered performance. The new Model CFN325XP (#906300) is engineered, built, and tested with the PRO in mind so it was a natural fit for us to bring along to the job site and review […]

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Comparing Manufacturer’s Warranties

Comparing Manufacturer’s Warranties Comparing warranties between manufacturers has always been difficult, if not practically impossible.  Yet we all have the same few basic questions with regard to each brand’s warranty.   So here at Tool Box Buzz, we decided to ask the vendors themselves to answer those basic questions for you in plain English.  And they […]

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Paslode 1-1/2″ Positive Placement Metal Connector Nailer Review

Paslode F150S-PP Positive Placement Metal Connector Nailer Paslode has introduced a new more compact positive placement metal connector nailer with the release of model F150S-PP. This new design features a more compact size along with a re-designed driver blade to prevent jams. Weighing in at just over 6 lbs this new positive placement nailer is […]

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Paslode PowerMaster Plus F350-S 

Paslode F350-S Framing Nailer Review We recently tested nine pneumatic nailers and the Paslode PowerMaster Plus F350-S Framing Nailer was in that mix.  I’m a fan of and have been using the F350 nailer for some time and was looking forward to testing the F350-S . Paslode PowerMaster Plus Specifications Collation Type:                        Paper Depth Adjustment:                 […]

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Best Full-Size Framing Nailer – Head-To-Head

Full-Size Pneumatic Framing Nailers Head-to-Head Testing Pneumatic nailers first started gaining ground in the construction world in the 1950’s. While the underlying technology hasn’t changed much; features, size, weight, and function have all been improved drastically. Even though pneumatic nailers can’t replace hammers on the job-site, they have become just as common. Newer building materials […]

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Home Depot PROspective Event Highlights

Home Depot PROspective Event Highlights A couple weeks ago, we attended the first all tools media event put on by The Home Depot. Whenever we go to one of these events we feverishly post to our various social media feeds so that you all can follow in near realtime. If you were unable to follow, […]

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Gas/Cordless Framing Nailer Head to Head

Gas & Cordless Framing Nailers Comparison Introduction The Tool Box Buzz crew assembled in Concord, MA to assess four gas powered nailers and one cordless framing nailer. Ambient temperatures during testing were roughly 20F and equipment was left out overnight to simulate standard field conditions. Framing equipment is often stored overnight in unconditioned spaces, or […]

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Best Cordless Finish Nailers – Head to Head

Cordless Finish Nailers Finish carpentry has been relying on pneumatic nailers since the first one was introduced in 1950. Fast forward to 1986 and Paslode introduced the first cordless framing nailer utilizing a gas “fuel cell” and battery. In an effort to eliminate the need for a gas cartridge, SENCO introduced their Fusion finish nailers […]

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Paslode Cordless XP Framing Nailer CF325XP

Paslode Cordless XP Framing Nailer Review The folks at Paslode have redesigned their cordless framing nailer and fuel to provide increase power and performance in cold weather fastening applications. As a regular user of the Paslode cordless nailer I can attest to the sometimes-sluggish performance in the winter. Often times I would have to warm […]

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Paslode 2 Year Service Promise

No Cost, No Questions Service & Repair on Eligible Cordless Systems I really dislike trying to get my tools repaired or serviced. Why you ask? Because the entire process usually wastes more time than it’s worth and frankly ends up costing me more money than simply replacing the tool. The folks at Paslode seem to […]

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