A Carbon Fiber Composite Hammer Tacker by Dewalt?

First I need to put a out a small disclaimer.  I’m kind of a carbon fiber nerd.  Have been ever since high school 25 years ago when I took a material science class and learned all about this new “wonder” material.  Fast forward to today and I ride a carbon fiber mountain bike and would likely buy a CF toilet if available.  Ok not really, but I do like the material quite a bit.  I am a frugal guy so there is always the balancing act of higher end materials versus the benefits and costs.  So here comes Dewalt with a new tool which you wouldn’t expect to be using something such as carbon fiber.  The new Dewalt DWHT75900 hammer tacker recently launched features a carbon fiber composite body.  This material used in the body reduces weight which will greatly cut down on user fatigue.

 

FEATURES

  • Carbon Fiber Composite Structure For 45% Less Weight* and 25% Less Muscle Exertion*
  • 450k Strike Cycles**
  • Drop in Loading for Easy Reloading of Fasteners
  • Auto-lock, AntiJam™ Pinch Latch For Reliable and Easy Operation
  • Ergonomic Design and Vibration Absorbing Grip for Improved Comfort During Prolonged Use
  • Drives 5/16″, 3/8″, & 1/2″ Heavy Duty Staples
  • Hammer Style Grip for Comfort and Ease of Use

 

DWHT75900 SPECIFICATIONS

  • BELT / RAFTER HOOK NO
  • FASTENER TYPE / GAUGE: HEAVY-DUTY STAPLES
  • STAPLE CROWN DRIVES 5/16″, 3/8″, & 1/2″ HEAVY DUTY STAPLES IN
  • TOOL HEIGHT 5 IN
  • TOOL LENGTH 14.93 IN
  • TOOL WEIGHT 1.8 LBS
  • TOOL WIDTH 1.62 IN

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