What an amazing the Dewalt DCN692B is! The framing nail is actually packed with many enormous names to choose including Bostitch and NuMax, and Dewalt seemingly tops the list
Quite recently they presented the DCN690 – a gasless surrounding nailer. In any case, now the updated Dewalt DCN692B 20V Max XR Brushless framing nail gun basically take things to an amazing level!
As like the previous models this Dewalt DCN692B comes with the brushless motor. Which improves its ability and increase its service life as compared to those brushed framing nailers.
This 692B is a strong and muscular nailing device that weighs about 9 lbs. This is certainly something worth being thankful for considering that it is designed for firing nails at extreme speed and the wear and tear it will be subjected to.
Being gasless this 692B Dewalt framing nailer offers consistent and superior performance. It works on temperatures ranging from 15 to 500 C.
This just means that it demands less maintenance and cleaning/servicing, which additionally increase productivity and save costs.
The profiled nosepiece that gives a stable ergonomic grip enabling you to precisely fire and gets those nails precisely where you need. Also, it is a delight to hold with the correct adjustments and overmold grasp.
Another feature of this DCN692 nailer is that the nail magazine is significantly shorter as compared to other framing nailers, making it simple to get between the standard framing. The drawback however of the little magazine is that it holds only 55 nails, yet on a brighter note takes only a couple of seconds to reload.
With respect to reloading, the procedure is little different compared with regular nailers, where you just drop new nail set at the rear and lock the follower.
This Dewalt DCN692B makes it a lot easier where you lock the follower in place by pulling back on it, drop a new set of nails and lock the follower back in place.
- Accurate and fire extremely fast
- Excellent for commercial use due to consistent performance
- Easy to load
- Long lasting battery
- Strong enough to handle older hardwood
- Noisy in operation
- Doesn’t work well at higher elevation, at 5,000 feet or above
- Costly fuel cell