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Arrow Etfx50 Staple & Nail Gun
7.1 out of 10

Arrow Etfx50 Staple & Nail Gun

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Reviews and Problems with Arrow Etfx50 Staple & Nail Gun

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User Review

PuffinJo, reviews.lowes.com
7 February 2012
  • Summary: Note to manufacturers & retailers. Don't label something "heavy duty" if it really isn't. Don't tell me it's suitable for upholstery if it really isn't. This stupid thing couldn't put even one 5/16" staple into the plywood of the chair seats I was recovering, half the staple was still sticking out.
  • Cons: Low quality
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ETFX50 Jams a Lot

W. Youngman "Bill", amazon.com
3 February 2012
  • Summary: I purchased this staple gun at my local Lowes. Arrow has been around for a long long time. I thought I couldn't go wrong with that name. Wrong. For every 8 or 10 good shots it would jam. Worse, there is no EASY way to clear the jam. I understand it can be taken apart but not quickly or easily.
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Not a happy camper

Jack Jr., reviews.lowes.com
30 January 2012
  • Summary: I bought the first one to put up ceiling tile. Worked great for about a dozen tiles. Then it just quit working. It wasn't jammed or unplugged. It just quit working. Went back to Lowes. They couldn't have been greater about the return for a replacement.
  • Cons: Not durable
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Frustrating at best

toddfrizz, reviews.lowes.com
28 January 2012
  • Summary: I bought this just to do 1 project, I wanted to put some molding around my ceiling. I took it apart 11 time to get 5 nails in it. And each time I had to take the 2 screws off and pull off the mechanism. I still didn't finish the project I was that mad at the lack of quality of the nailer.
  • Pros: thougt i was, going to get, some work done!
  • Cons: Low quality, Not durable, waste of time, unbelivievable, junk
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Junk staple gun.

Tom, reviews.lowes.com
4 December 2011
  • Summary: Bought one and used only it for less than one hour and an internal cast steel piece snapped in half. Was just only getting started on the project that day and purchased a second one and really tried to baby it and the same part broke shortly there after. Talk about a waist of my day.
  • Cons: Low quality, Not durable
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Everyone's says it's junk?

ProcrastNATE Doug, reviews.lowes.com
18 November 2011
  • Summary: Ok it's cheap, yes it was cheap, I got it for forty bucks. I insulated my shop and never had a problem. Sure beat a manual stapler. If your complaining about it not working, you probably complain at mcdonalds cuz your burger wasn't up to snuff.
  • Cons: Low quality
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big piece of doo doo

joodles "cookin' queen", amazon.com
15 November 2011
  • Summary: i'm not a carpenter, don't do anything that resembles construction, so i thought this item would be perfect for reupholstering a chair i owned. the fabric was tapestry, admittedly a little on the thick side, but upholstery material, not boat sails or anything.
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kamali, amazon.com
23 October 2011
  • Summary: I purchased this item for back up about 7 month ago. I went to use the arrow electric staple and nail gun for the first time, it fired one time and it jamed. I spent about one hour to unjame it but had no luck! what a waste of time ?
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unhappy shopper, reviews.lowes.com
15 October 2011
  • Summary: The Arrow products are apparently the lowest quality made. If you are offered a free one do NOT take it home unless you enjoy being stressed by poor quality tools.
  • Cons: Low quality, Not durable
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Holds Up Everything!

NoHo Steve, reviews.lowes.com
5 September 2011
  • Summary: Very frustrating to bring my tools, ladder, etc out to start a project get nowhere. Bought this just over one year ago and it stopped working for no reason. I used it for one project last year, wanted to do another & thought my electric outlet was not working, but it was the stapler..
  • Pros: plastic case
  • Cons: Low quality, Not durable, stops working
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