July 18, 2007

Cadex CPB23.50 Headless Pin and Brad Nailer

cadex_pinner.jpgIt's no surprise that headless pinners are gaining in popularity. They're lightweight, very precision-oriented, and fire off little fasteners that are nearly invisible. They are perfect for little pieces of molding and other delicate operations like making picture frames.

Cadex, one of the premier makers of pin nailers, has recently introduced the CPB23.50 Headless Pin and Brad Nailer. This tool rocks the boat a bit by being able to take brads (small fasteners with heads) as well as headless pins. The gun can handle lengths from 5/8" to 2".

Just the fact that the gun takes both types of fasteners is impressive, but the fun doesn't stop there. The CPB23.50 is completely loaded with other good features. It's got a built-in blow gun to keep the workspace free of debris, a rubber nose tip, a belt hook, and a swivel coupler. All of this in a package that weighs just a smidge over 2.5 lbs.

Cadex makes some very good tools and this kind of quality doesn't come on the cheap. The CPB23.50 retails for around $330. If you're a contractor or a serious DIYer it could be a worthy investment.

The CPB23.50 comes with a carrying case.


Our review of the CPB23.50 is here.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at July 18, 2007 5:22 AM
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