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3-1/2 In. Gas Powered Plastic Strip Collated Framing Nailer

HITACHI-NR90GR2

The new NR90GR2 gas powered Framing nailer is the perfect combination of power, precision, and freedom. Improvements on this second generation tool include a new air filter design, reversible rafter h... read more

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HITACHI-NR90GR2 is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 8.
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Features

The new NR90GR2 gas powered Framing nailer is the perfect combination of power, precision, and freedom. Improvements on this second generation tool include a new air filter design, reversible rafter hook, and a new switch which requires less pushing force to operate. At just 7.9 lbs. this framer is easily maneuvered with its rubber grip and superior balance. The 7.2 Volt, 1.4 Ah Ni-Cd battery is capable of firing up to 4,000 shots on a single charge, and with just a one hour charge time, less downtime will be experienced on the jobsite. With dry-fire lockout to prevent damage, and retractable hook for convenience, this tool is both a capable and comfortable answer for portable Framing needs.

Additional Features

  • Gas powered. completely portable through elimination of compressor and air hose
  • Dry-fire lockout for assured fastening with no damage to tool or work surface
  • Depth of drive for precision nailing in a variety of materials
  • Indicator light alerts you of battery life to prevent unexpected down time
Specifications
ANSI Safety Listing: Yes
Acme Tools Brand Name: HITACHI
Acme Tools Part Number: NR90GR2
Air Inlet Size (in): 0
Assembled Weight (lbs): 18.14
Case Included: Yes
Collation: Plastic Strip Collated
Color / Finish: Grey
Country of Origin: JPN
Depth Control: No
Fastener Format: Strip
Fastener Gauge Range: 0
Fastener Length Range: 2" - 3-1/2"
Fastener Type: Plastic Strip Collated Framing Nails
Fasteners Used: Round Head
Height (in): 13.91
Housing Material: Polycarbonate Resin
Internet Product Code (IPC): B25390C35C2
Length (in): 14.25
Nailer / Stapler Design: Nailer
Nailer / Stapler Power: Pneumatic
Net Tool Weight (lbs): 7.9
Operating Pressure: 0
Package Contents: Battery Charger UC7SD, 7.2V Battery 325292, Safety Glasses 875769, Hex Wrench 944458 and Case 886146
Package Weight: 7.9
Pneumatic Nailer Type: Framing
Powered Tool Power Source: Gas Fuel Cell
Warranty: 1 year
Internal Supplier Part #: NR90GR2
MFG Model # (Series): NR90GR2
MFG Part # (OEM): NR90GR2
Product Name: 3-1/2 In. Gas Powered Plastic Strip Collated Framing Nailer
UPC: 717709012097
Top Rated: 3.5
Magazine Capacity: 35
Acme Tools Air Shipment Restricted: N
Acme Tools Prop65 Compliant: N
Acme Tools Carb Compliant: N
Customer Reviews
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Final QA check in Factory Purchased new - right out of the box the gas cartridge would not seat tightly in the gun which prevented nails from firing. It wasn't even close to being tight enough to provide pressure for the gun. I was really looking forward to using this gun, super disappointed. Returned this Hitachi for a Paslode which works great. Did NOT try the warranty return because I needed a nail gun NOW. A lost opportunity for Hitachi.
Date published: 2015-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Portable Nailer Bought this nailer so it could be used in remote area without any connection to air or electric. It works great. Takes a little getting used to, but just follow instructions and watch the Utube video. Need to load a partial nail strip (about 5 nails) behind the full strip in order to get full use of each strip of nails. also will work with just fine with Pasloade fuel container.
Date published: 2014-11-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Convenient and balanced. This is my first cordless framing nailer. It took some getting used to but I found it to be powerful and convenient. The battery life was surprisingly lasting, no need for a second battery. The tool is easy to use. I was a bit disappointed that Hitachi Customer service did not respond to a question I had emailed to them regarding the fuel. Overall this is a good well balanced tool.
Date published: 2014-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tool. It is my favorite so far. This nailer is a wonderful little tool. My arm would be wasted without it because of its ease of use and speed. Another thing that I liked is the fact that the gas cartridge lasts a long time. Two downfalls; it will stop nailing with 6 nails left in the chamber. This is a waste of nails on a big job. I can't even count how many nails i have wasted. Also, there are times when i have pressed down to nail and nothing happens after a few tries.
Date published: 2013-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from handyman loves this nail gun nail gun worked flawlessly driving approximately 1500 nails. still have not used up the gas cartridge.
Date published: 2013-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I like the machine This machine allows me to work in remote areas where I use to drag in a generator and a compressor with air lines just to do a small job. Now, I can do the small jobs without the hassle of dragging all sorts of equipment to the job site.
Date published: 2013-03-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from falling apart used this nail gun for the past year remodeling and the battery clip broke and is now held on by a bungee cord and the gun only seems to shoot when it feels like it... I like the idea of cordless tools because my projects are a little of everything but come on! I need some thing to work when i need it to! I clean it and keep it lubed up and have only owned it for a year!!! I guess next time i will buy a paslode...
Date published: 2013-02-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not fire at an angle The first shot will not fire unless fan activated, so you have to bump it to activate the fan, then do it again to shoot. Also it shoots at a straight angle ok, however as soon as you tilt it to get to a tight area of your framing work, it fails to shoot.
Date published: 2012-09-20
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