November 7, 2007

Husky 2 Nailer/Compressor Kit

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Husky is now offering a new pneumatic kit that not only has everything you need to get going, but is also wildly inexpensive. It's just around for the holidays, so if you're interested, you'd better act fast. The kit includes:

1.5 gallon compressor
16 gauge straight finish nailer
18 gauge brad nailer
25' air hose
1,000 finish nails
1,000 brad nails
3 pocket tool bag that attaches to the compressor.

The nailers both come with the standard features found on all quality nail guns (adjustable exhaust, tool-free depth of drive, no-mar pad).

This is probably a good place to start for the DIYer who hasn't gotten around to getting a solid pneumatic setup. We've never used any of Husky's nail guns, so we can't vouch for their quality, other than to say that all other Husky tools we've used have taken a good beating and kept on working.

The thing that sets this kit apart from others like it is the price. All of this; the compressor, the 2 nailers, and all the extras, costs only $179. DeWalt has a similar kit for about $290.

Like we said, Husky won't be restocking them in January. Once they're gone, they're gone.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at November 7, 2007 5:01 AM

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Recent Comments

Grab one now I found one Post Christmas for an additional 30% off at Home Depot.
Just bought it to put up some crown moulding in my home.
I will let you all know how it works.


Posted by: Mike at December 29, 2007 5:35 PM
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