Bostitch S3297-LHF-2 Floor Runner Laminated Hardwood Flooring StaplerBostitch
Shipping weight: 5.05 pounds
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This stapler eliminates constant adjustment of flooring for smoother installation and cleanup.
From the Manufacturer
Needs a case., September 24, 2002
Reviewer: C A Higgins from Belmont, MA United States
I bought this stapler after using a Porta-nailer to install 1000 sq. ft. of hardwood laminant flooring. The Porta-nailer was bulky, hard to use and couldn't do the last 3 rows since you have to hit it with a hammer to drive the nail. With the S3297-LHF-2 I could do upto the last row which of course had to be face nailed. I would recommend this to anyone who has to lay laminant flooring. The only thing that disappointed me was that it doesn't come with a case for storage and the keeping it in the cardboard box beats up the box.
Easy and Great, July 3, 2002
Reviewer: cgpassa from Great Falls, VA United States
I purchased this to install 3/8 engineered flooring and it is very easy to use. Loading is simple and fast and the instructions are brief and clear. I have installed 150 sq ft out of 500 sq ft total and the only problem I have encountered is running out of staples and not realizing it until I am a few boards down. Don't know how to solve that.
The only laminated Flooring tool to buy !!, November 15, 2001
Reviewer: jchevitz from Danvers, MA
I don't know if everyone is selling it yet, but the LHF from Bostitch is now adjustable from 1/4" to 1/2" laminated flooring.
The adjustment is tool-free by means of 2 small knobs. The new safety lever is unnoticed as opposed to the Senco tool. The tool seems pricey but it pays for itself.
Laminate Wood Stapler, June 4, 2000
Reviewer: Korry Taylor from Shenandoah Valley, VA
Faster, cleaner and easier than gluing if you are installing over woodsubfloor. Does not lift the edge at the staple like some guns. A box of staples is much cheaper than a premium glue, and they can sit on a shelf longer too.