mytoolkit does a tool review on the senco fencing stapler

Nailer for fences. Not that other crap

Take a look at the unveiling process of the Fencing Stapler from Senco. Its that time of the year, when fence fixing begins. So, here comes Steve's review on the GT40FS Stapler for fences manufactuered by Senco.

We only launched this product as part of our range recently and so far so good. We like it as you can see below and customers do too. 😊 Winner Winner..

This Gas Stapler offers an ideal alternative to using a hammer...or indeed when there is no where to plug a compressor in to run an Air Tool.

First off



This Senco GT40FS Cordless Gas Powered Fencing Stapler is packaged up well, with its main features including a comfort handle grip, belt hook, a battery capacity indicator, magazine with a three-step loading sequence, a detachable release wheel for ease of staple jam clearing.

Considered a perfect tool for outdoor fencing, because it is a highly powerful.

Yet no hoses, cables or compressors are required = No restrictions.  

Reduces fatigue whilst at the same time being highly productive.

Powerful motor, high voltage ignition. Leading to increased potential and cleaner combustion.

Has an adjustable depth of drive, to assist with precision.

Used for timber fencing, gardening, wire to wood applications. Favoured in agriculture and the farming world.

Operates 31 Fencing Staples: 33mm and 40mm (2,100 per carton) inclusive of 2 Gas Cells ready to go. 

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