Metabo HPT 18V MultiVolt 18 Gauge Brad Nailer Kit + 18V 2.0 Ah Battery + 120V Charger $340.53 Delivered @ Amazon US via AU

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Warning! Charger is 120V which someone in comments said won't work in aus.. thanks to DC78 and coymla for pointing that out! So you will have to source a charger separately or use your own charger if your already have 18V hitachi or hikoki charger that works.

…Same kit with 3ah battery instead of 2ah, costs $588.. gun is $432 on its own .. on amazon

finally have a good excuse to do the archs and skirting around the house.

free delivery from USA

seems like a really great price for a battery powered brad nailer in a kit with battery! its from USA so the warranty probably won't be valid if you try register in australia im guessing.. if you ever owned a hitachi or hikoki in australia, i think it runs the same battery

been looking for a good brad nailer, but not wanting to pay $500-700 for a good one in australia.

Okay I now see ozito and ryobi have ones that are abit cheaper which you can get at bunnings with bunnings warranty.. but I think metabo is probably a more professional tradesman brand so I'm getting one of these

for $340 kit with battery.. seems worth it if your willing to take the risk knowing that it wont be covered under warranty, and good if you already own batteries from hitachi/hikoki

i bought a hitachi framing nailer around 5-6 years ago and it was solid and never let me down.. the build quality on this brad looks abit less solid though as seen in 1 of the reviews below.. but should last im hoping.


Do hikoki batteries work on metabo?

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  • +3

    For $299 you could pick up an Ozito PXC finishing nailer and the 2x4.0Ah battery and charger kit - and have local warranty.

    Both nailers support up to a 50mm C1 18 Gauge brad nail.

  • +2

    Be aware the charger is most likely 110V only, which is usually not an deal-breaker if you're already in Hitachi ecosystem.

    • Good point, didnt think of that. Would this charger work if plugged an au adaptor onto it?

      • +1

        I had a look around and on the Metabo website, the part says it is a ‎UC18YFSL charger, while the link to the charger is broken on their site I wasn't able to be convinced it is a dual voltage charger, I found a manual and it specifically says 120v 60Hz so that wouldn't work here in Australia other amazon chargers are dual voltage. I have been caught out before and now own a 240v to 120v transformer, that cost me a few hundred dollars to get other USA devices to work.

        • Thanks DC78

  • +2

    The Ryobi one+ Brad nailer is only $279, assuming you have batteries, or pick up a cheap kit. Can't imagine this would be better with no warranty?

    • The ryobi seems to have good reviews also

      • +1

        Made by tti

        Generally it goes

        Milwaukee trickles down to AEG trickles down to Ryobi

        All are tti

        So yes the quality of Ryobi should be good

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