Bostitch Hand Tools
Versatile Bostitch staplers come in manual and pneumatic form and use different types of staple lengths; some work as brad nailers as well. The qualities of each stapler depend on the kind of tool. Some of these Bostitch hand tools boast dual-trigger designs that improve comfort and safety. Others feature oil-free operation or tool-free jam clearing for reduced maintenance. Designed for long-lasting use, most have die-cast aluminum or metal frames and comfortable rubber grips.
Ensuring accuracy while positioning wood requires the right Bostitch level. Whether you're building sturdy cabinets or constructing the framework for a new home, these Bostitch woodworking hand tools help ensure every surface is level. Both box beam and clamping beam levels are accurate up to 0.0005 inches. Some have 180-degree rotating vials that let you duplicate angles, while others feature magnified vials that help improve viewability.
When tearing out boards or pulling up nails, use Bostitch wrecking and pry bars. These bars boast comfortable ergonomic grips, high-carbon spring steel construction and polished beveled claws. Most have a flat striking surface as well, making these Bostitch industrial hand tools ideal for many types of applications, like roofing, flooring and demolition.
Durable Bostitch hammers and mallets give you the necessary power for driving in nails and moving hardwood flooring into place. The hammers boast large striking faces for improved accuracy and AntiVibe® technology that minimizes vibration as you strike. Mallets from Bostitch have soft faces that protect flooring from marring and bell-shaped handles that prevent slippage.
Take on your next project with the right Bostitch hand tools. There are a variety of options available for various applications.