DeWalt 20V Max Cordless Fencing Stapler
DeWalt Fencing Stapler Goes Full Cordless
In the world of agricultural fencing, we’ve had very few cordless options on the market to date. The problem has revolved around power; fencing staples tend to be pretty stout, and there haven’t been too many cordless guns that can drive a 9 ga staple fully into a fence post. We have seen at least one cordless option that used a combination of gas and battery technology to drive staples, but until now, there really hasn’t been a strictly battery-powered option. The just-announced DeWalt Cordless Fencing Stapler will change that proverbial game for folks that manage woven wire, high tensile, barbed wire, deer, and field fencing.
- Part of 20V Max battery platform, which is over 200 tools strong
- Drives up to 590 staples per charge
- Compatible with 1-1/2″, 1-3/4″, and 2″ 9Ga staples
- 3X faster than manual hammer-driven stapling
- Features tool-less stall release, depth of drive, mode select, jam release, and speed select
- Brushless motor
- Multi-angle contact tip
- Rapid cycle and sequential firing modes
- MSRP: $799 when kitted with two 5.0Ah batteries, $599 bare tool
What To Look Forward To
When the DeWalt cordless fencing stapler hits the market in the near future, the big deal will be that this all-electric cordless fencing stapler can drive 1-1/2″ – 2″ 9 GA staples fully into fenceposts. With its brushless motor, you’ll be able to drive up to 590 staples per 5.0Ah battery charge.
According to DeWalt, this equates out to 1,400 feet of fencing per charge when averaging 5 staples per post at 12 feet between posts. They also claim that this method of going about your fence work is 3 times faster than the old hammer-pounding method of tieing down a fence.
You can look forward to the types of features you’re used to seeing on modern cordless framing nailers. The DeWalt cordless fencing stapler features a tool-free selectable trigger for sequential or Rapid Cycle actuation modes. The depth adjustment is tool-free as well, as is the jam release and speed select. This stapler also features a dry fire lockout and fits 35 staples in the magazine.
Ergonomics also play an important role in the design. DeWalt has given the handle a low center of gravity for better balance and control, and without a battery, it only weighs in 8.8 lbs. It also features an ambidextrous belt hook and an LED worklight.
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The DeWalt cordless fencing nailer will be available as part of a kit or as a bare tool. Kitted together with two 5.0Ah batteries and a charger, the nailer will run you $799. For folks already fully immersed in the 20V Max platform, purchasing the bare tool might present the better option at $599. In either case, the tool comes with DeWalt’s 3-Year Warranty, 1-Year free service agreement, and 90-day money back guarantee.
DeWalt Cordless Fencing Stapler Specs
- Model Number: DCFS950
- System: 20V Max
- Fastener Type: DeWalt 9 Ga Fencing Staples
- Fastener Length: 1-1/2″ – 2″
- Height: 16.9″
- Length: 14.2″
- Width: 4.1″
- Weight: 8.8 lbs
- Belt Hook: Yes
- Firing Actuation Mode: Tool-Free Selectable Trigger
- Depth Adjustment: Tool Free
- Jam Clearance: Tool-Free
- Warranty: 3-Year Limited Warranty, 1-Year Free Service, 90-Day Money Back Guarantee
- MSRP: $799 with two 5.0Ah batteries, $599 bare tool