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DEWALT DCN692P2 18V XR Brushless Framing Nailer with 2x 5 ah Batteries

DCN692P2-GB Product Overview

Unleash cordless freedom with the DeWalt DCN692P2, the 18V XR Brushless Framing Nailer that's revolutionising how construction pros get the job done. This gas-free powerhouse delivers the muscle you need for timber framing, stud work, and roof battens, all without the hassle of fuel cells or hoses. Say goodbye to downtime and hello to productivity with its quick, tool-free jam clearing and depth adjustment. Whether you're a seasoned carpenter or a DIY enthusiast, the DCN692 is your go-to nailer for tackling tough tasks with ease.

Part No: DCN692P2-GB(DEWPDCN692P2)

DCN692P2-GB Technical Specifications

  • Battery Capacity: 5 ah
  • Nail Diameter: 2.8 - 3.3 mm
  • Magazine angle: 30 - 34°
  • Nail Length: 50 - 90 mm
  • Magazine capacity: Up to 55
  • Nails Trigger Type: Bump and Sequential
  • Length: 345 mm
  • Width: 125 mm
  • Height: 338 mm

DEWALT DCN692P2 18V XR Brushless Framing Nailer with 2x 5 ah Batteries

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Please Note

Requires no additional lubrication. NEVER spray or in any other way apply lubricants or cleaning solvents inside the tool. This canseriously affect the life and performance of the tool.

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DCN692P2-GB Key Features

  • 18v XR Li-Ion Two Speed Framing Nailer featuring Brushless motor technology
  • Two speeds to optimise the nailer for firing all lengths of nails
  • Brushless motor technology offers the power to fire a 90 mm Ring Shank nail in Soft Wood and 63mm into Hard Woods
  • The sequential operating mode allows for precision placement and the bump operating mode provides the user with production speed
  • High capacity 5 ah XR battery packs offers eXtreme Runtime in both speeds
  • Versatile 30 - 34 degree magazine angle will accept most clipped head
  • Depths can be easily adjusted using the thumb wheel depth adjuster
  • Ergonomic tool design allows the nailer to fit easily between a 400 mm centre stud
  • Gas free operation offers a significant saving in running costs
  • Tool free stall/jam clearance minimises user down time
  • Dry fire lockout ensures that the tool is protected from firing without nails in the magazine

DCN692P2-GB What’s Included

  • 2x 18v 5Ah Li-Ion Batteries
  • Multi-Voltage Charger
  • Reversible Belt Hook
  • No Mar Tip
  • Heavy Duty Carry Case
  • Number of Batteries Supplied: 2
  • Voltage: 18v
  • Type: Brushless
ExpertOur Expert Says…

Tough, productive and easy to use, this DeWalt 18v cordless power tool has the power to drive a 90 mm ring shank nail temperatures as low as -15°. This nail gun is able to fire a 90mm ring shank nail into softwood and 63mm into hardwoods. A combination of intelligent electronics and the DeWalt brushless motor means that even the heaviest user should complete a full day's work with a single battery change. The unique Bump Mode function allows the user to fire 2 nails per second. The battery pack below the handle creates a well-balanced unit that fits easily between 400 mm centre studs.

Delivery & Returns
Delivery & Returns
We offer free delivery on orders over £55, placed before 4pm Monday to Thursday. Note that next day delivery for orders placed after 4pm on Thursday, up to 4pm Friday, is usually Monday (excluding bank holidays). Estimated delivery for all orders placed over a weekend is Tuesday. Note that due to the size and weight of some products, next working day delivery is not available and additional carriage charges will apply. If you would like to return your goods, we will offer a full refund or exchange within 30 days of purchase. For full details, visit our delivery and returns page. Ts&Cs apply.
FAQs
FAQs
What should I look for when buying a Cordless Nail Gun or Stapler?

Cordless Nail Guns and Staplers are incredibly useful but choosing the right model for you can be tricky. There are lots of options available, both in terms of the tools themselves and the fasteners they use.

The first thing to think about is the power source for your tool. Will it use a battery, in the same way as other power tools, be air-powered via a compressor or utilise gas fuel cells? Historically, battery powered tools have tended to struggle when driving longer length fasteners into hardwoods, but with Makita developing new 40v options, that is changing. Nailers which use Gas Fuel Cells are often capable of working with a larger nail range, but the cells have a specific shelf life and will require replacement.

Another thing to think about is the magazine capacity; the larger the capacity, the more nails you can fire between magazine changes.

How do I choose a nailgun?

The first thing to consider is what you need it to do. There are different kinds of Nailers – first fix machines use larger nails and are designed to add rigidity, to a project. Second fix, or ‘finishing’ Nailers use smaller, more discreet nails for work where a clean finish is required, such as door frames. These can vary in cost, performance and in the type of nail they use. One way to pick the right tool is to consider the work you’ll be doing and the nail size you most use, then pick a nail gun to suit the job, as different types of nailguns will use different nail lengths. For instance, a Brad Nailer, which is a type of finishing Nailgun, will typically use a nail of 15-40mm length, while a Framing Nailer will usually use a nail between 50 and 90mm long.

Which is best a straight or angled nailer?

That depends what sort of projects you’ll be doing and where you need your nails to go. The terms ‘straight’ and ‘angled’ refer to the magazine; an angled tool will enable you to work in corners, or anywhere else you would be working at an angle. They’re great for working in tight spaces and can usually hold longer nails because of the size of their magazines. In addition, they tend to be lighter and easier to store than a straight nailer.

Straight nailers use thinner nails – they can’t go below 16 Gauge – and tend to be heavier more difficult to transport than angled nailers, but are frequently cheaper to buy.

Which is better: brushless or brushed Nailguns?

Brushed motors use carbon brushes to transfer power from the fixed part of the motor to the rotor. This creates a reliable and relatively inexpensive motor, but brushed motors do require regular maintenance, in order to either clean the brushes or replace them as they wear out. A brushless motor, by contrast, uses a magnet mounted on the rotor to generate the power and electrical switching to perform the function carried out by the brushes. The additional complexity of the motor’s working means that brushless motors are usually more expensive than brushed.

Which voltage should I choose?

The voltage of your machine will be partially determined by how it drives nails. For instance, a Paslode Framing Nailer which uses a gas fuel cell to fire each nail might have a battery with only 7.4v, while a Makita XGT Brad Nailer, which is designed to used on jobsites and relies on its battery entirely, is a 40v tool. Consider the work you’ll be doing with your Nailgun or Stapler and how that fits in with the other items in your tool set; this will help you to select the tool which best meets your needs.

Essentials
Essentials
DEWALT DCN6901 Return Springs Kit for DCN690/692DEWALT DCN6901 Return Springs Kit for DCN690/692
DEWALT DCN6901 Return Springs Kit for DCN690/692 £29.10 inc
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Reviews
Reviews
By Karen on 10th June 2019
"Good service, great tool. Many thanks "
Star Rating 5
Warranty
Warranty
All of our products come with a standard 1 year manufacturers warranty, however if you would like to discuss extending this warranty, please contact our customer service team on 03330 043777, or email customerservices@toolstoreuk.co.uk. For further warranty information from this specific manufacturer, visit our warranty page.

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