We admit it. The 18 gauge bradder is the most “go-to” nailer on your bench or in your tool box. But just try to find a decent one these days. Presenting the Grex Green Buddy (1850GB), a game changer in a very serious game. From trim carpenter to cabinet maker, Green Buddy will be the differentiator as you master your trade. It’s the solution if you’re looking for control, precision, performance and dependability. In the pursuit of excellence, we’ve done our part – from designing to constructing the Green Buddy. Now explore. – Powerful motor drives 2″ brads into hardwoods – Precision machined and anodized cylinder and piston valve – Patented Integrated-Safety – accurate ability to drive at any angle – Hardened steel nose piece precision machined for accurate nail feeding – Extruded aluminum magazine durable and smooth operation – One-piece driver design precision machined, hardened steel – Narrow nose design lets you reach in corners and tight areas – Removable no-mar tip protects workpiece and locates nailing position – Posit-Fire Depth Control won’t back out after driving hundreds of shots – Posit-Lock Nose Cover dramatically reduces jamming – Stepped magazine allows tool to access corners – Convenient belt hook for easy carrying of tool; left or right mounted – Dual firing options; sequential or contact fire modes – Auto trigger lockout prevents empty firing and alerts need to reload – Extra no-mar tipfor when you loose the first one – Rear exhaust keeps air directed away from you and your workpiece – Allen key storage for quick convenient access – Fastener indicator window shows when fasteners are low – Swivel air coupler keeps your air hose tangle-free for easier handling – Rubber handgrip for a firm comfortable tool grip – Minimal hole size in workpiece for minimal puttying.
- Powerful motor drives 2″ brads into hardwoods
- Patented Integrated-Safety – accurate ability to drive at any angle
- Posit-Fire Depth Control won’t back out after driving hundreds of shots
- Dual firing options; sequential or contact fire modes
- Minimal hole size in workpiece for minimal puttying