- HYPERDRIVE™ Technology - Provides cordless convenience, eliminate the need for a compressor, hose, and gas cartridge.
- Brushless Motor Technology - Faster, longer life, and more run time.
- Install up to 2,600 linear feet with 2,000 nails per charge.
- 100% Compatible - with all RIDGID 18V slide battery packs.
- MG™ magnesium construction - durable and lightweight frame for tough jobsite applications.
- Selectable Mode Switch - allows contact or sequential actuation mode.
- Tool-Free Depth-of-Drive Adjustment - provides accurate depth control to protect work surface from overdriving.
- Dry-Fire Lockout - extends motor life and prevents missing nailers.
- Easy Maintenance - replace wear parts in less than 10 minutes.
- Tool Free Power Adjustment - regulates power for optimum results.
- Grip Light - engages light independently of trigger.
|Maximum Fastener Size||2-1/8 in.|
|Minimum Fastener Size||5/8 in.|
|Product Weight (lb.)||5.8 lbs.|
IncludesR09890B Brad Nailer, (500) 1-1/4 in. 18 Gauge Brad Nails, Belt clip, Tool Bag and Operator’s Manual
18V HYPERDRIVE Brushless Brad Nailer is rated out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ame954 from Great Job I love this tool. I have had it since December and have been very pleased with the performance. I have installed hundreds of feet of molding already with this tool and it has paid for itself in time savings. No compressor to set up or hose to drag around. One design flaw is the depth adjustment knob is sometimes in the way when installing a molding at the floor. I hope Ridgid gets on the ball and makes a 23ga model (Makita beat you to it).... Online registration does NOT work so be prepared to register by mail
Date published: 2016-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by jj95z28 from Does the job with perfection. First things first, this Brad Nailer DOES SET NAILS COMPLETELY BENEATH SURFACE, I have had no problems whatsoever even with some really dense/hard wood species. I hope people realize the depth is adjustable. Overall this nailer is amazing and has reduced my on-site service call time greatly! Thanks Ridgid.
Date published: 2016-02-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gdgo from The 16ga. tool is great from a home users perspective this tool is great I used it to put a bead board wainscot on about 100lf of wall. This gun seems to be a lot better tool then the ryobi one I have.
Date published: 2016-02-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by jasonratz from wont drive nails all the way got this thinking it would be sweet, worked good for the first day on some pine trim then tried nailing into some harder woods and wont drive the nails in all the way. very disappointed
Date published: 2016-02-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by Eppster from Very Poor Tool Purchased nailer and it shot about 6 nails no prob. Then it wouldn't shoot them in past an inch. All contols were at their max. Very disappointed in this unit.
Date published: 2016-01-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by doddscontrac from Great looking, seems well built I bought this a few weeks ago, and have a crown molding job for tomorrow...thought I might want to test it out today, (sunday) It would not shoot the nails in all the way...left a small amount of nail & head sticking out..this is thru a piece of scrap pine into a piece of pine...I tried the 2inch nails, and 1 1/4 inch...same thing. Im sorry but I returned it, back to my compressor & hose...dang it.
Date published: 2016-01-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bndconst from Not happy with product First one lasted about 1 battery charge and then when i used it again next day it wouldnt drive in a 3/4" nail into pine. After finally convincing home depot to replace it, the second nailer lasted about 1 strip of nails. Exact same issue. Could not drive a nail into pine. Checked depth and pressure and both were maxed out. My opinion. 1 bum nailer, okay. It happens. 2 bum nailers, You tell me...
Date published: 2015-12-05
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I have been searching on how the nails are sold. I need to view the nail choices for sale to use in this nailer. Where can I buy the nails? I tried to search on the Home Depot website but can't locate nails for sale for this nailer. Thanks, Dave
6 months ago
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Answer:Thank you for contacting RIDGID. We found 18 gauge brad nails pictured on-line, at the SENCO website: http://www.senco.com/ . They offer a very large selection of fasteners and have pictures on their website.
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