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Grex - Cordless 2" 18 Gauge Brad Nailer - GC1850

15.00 LBS
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Product Details

The GREX GC1850 cordless 18 gauge brad nailer introduces exciting and revolutionary advances to this category of much-used tool.  


SIZE MATTERS to trim carpenters and installers who every day must fasten trip in the tightest spaces. The GC1850 is by far the smallest cordless tool and with a small nose too.


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Cost matters

- The GREX GC1850 gets over 1300 shots per cylinder of gas.

- The Gas has no expiry date.

- Takes AAA batteries which are not as expensive Li-ion and get OVER 50,000 SHOTS per pair of AAA (rechargeable may be used)


Dependability Matters

- The use of advanced materials enables the tool to run without oil. Therefore there is not foreseeable maintenance schedule.


Power Matters

- The GC1850 will shoot 2” brads into 2” of solid maple…at half power


Build Quality matters

- GC1850 is solid metal with a green non-metallic heat shield


Convenience matters

- The fuel cells for the GC1850 have no practical best-before date. Customer can purchase a 12 pack of fuel and know that 3 years later the fuel is still usable. And the AAA batteries are  available everywhere.



Canadian Distributors for GREX Power Tools



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  1. Mr. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2022 Aug 24th


  2. Mr. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2022 Aug 24th


  3. Bought two of these in December. Both have been... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2022 May 27th

    Bought two of these in December. Both have been in the repair shop .Constant trouble. If they wouldnt constantly be breaking down I would probably give it a 4 or a 5 star rating

  4. Great gun but don't buy... 2 Star Review

    Posted by on 2021 May 15th

    Great gun at first. Then it starts to leak when cold. Ok they warned us in the manual. Take the fuel out when not in use. Ok did that and the fuel cover pins broke. Not covered under warranty so 6 months and $150 bucks later and its back to work. Now it just leaks all of the time cold or warm. But it sure fires nice if you like to pay for fuel at $10 bucks a pop!

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