Cordless 16 Ga Angled Li-ion Finish Nailer

Cordless 16 Ga Angled Li-ion Finish Nailer

Li-Ion


Simple. Consistent. Reliable.

  • New Li-ion Battery - provides 50% longer run time (up to 6,000 nails per charge) than a NiCd battery
  • 1-hour Rapid Charger: 2 Min. Charge = 200 Shots
  • Lightweight - reduced weight for better balance and control

Use with Paslode Trim Fuel+Nail Combo Packs

  • Includes 1,000 nails and a quicklodeTM fuel cell
  • Perfectly matched so users never run out of fuel
  • Works in ALL Paslode Cordless 16 Ga Angled Finish Nailers

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Learn About Our Trim Fuel + Nail Combo Packs

Read an In-depth Review by "One Project Closer"

Read a Review by RemodelingGuy

 

 
  • Powerful, drives 16 Ga 1-1/4" to 2-1/2" length angled finish nails into the hardest woods
  • 2-Position Battery Lock - secures battery in "off" position to conserve run-time
  • Lightweight, yet durable, for more comfort and control
  • Tool-free depth-of-drive nail adjustment
  • 7.4V Li-ion Battery drives up to 6,000 nails per charge
  • No-mar tip protects premium wood
  • Swivel belt hook - easily adjusts and keeps both hands free with tool always at your side
  • Nail lockout prevents blank driving


Includes:

  • 16 Ga Angled Li-ion Cordless Finish Nailer
  • Rechargeable 7.4V Li-ion battery 
  • Li-ion battery charger
  • Rugged carrying case
  • Owner's manual
  • Safety glasses
  • 5/32" hex wrench

Nails: 

  • Use with Paslode Trim Fuel+Nail Combo Packs
  • Includes 1,000 nails and a quicklodeTM fuel cell
  • Perfectly matched so users never run out of fuel
  • Works in ALL Paslode Cordless 16 Ga Angled Finish Nailers

Nailer:

ModelIM250ALi
Part #902400
Weight4.5lbs with battery
Height11.25"
Length12"
Width3.5"
Nail Capacity100 (2 strips)
Nail Range1-1/4"- 2-1/2" length
Nail Angle20º Angled Collation
Nail Type16 Gauge - Smooth, Galvanized
Fuel Typequicklode™ Trim Fuel (Part #: 816007)
Nails per Fuel CellApproximately 1200
Battery Life6000 nails per charge
Warranty5-year limited warranty, 1-year full warranty

Trim Fuel+Nail Combo Packs:

Part #

Length

Gauge

Finish

Quantity

650719

 2"

16 Gauge Angled

Galvanized

1,000

650720

 2-1/2"

16 Gauge Angled

Galvanized

1,000

Bulk Nails:

Part #

Length

Gauge

Finish

Quantity

650230

1 1/4"

16 Gauge Angled

Galvanized

2,000

650231

1 1/2"

16 Gauge Angled

Galvanized

2,000

650046

1 3/4"

16 Gauge Angled

Galvanized

2,000

650047

2"

16 Gauge Angled

Galvanized

2,000

650232

2 1/2"

16 Gauge Angled

Galvanized

2,000

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Product Reviews

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— Anonymous
I had purchases a the finish mailer on line. I had an older version Paslode that I was replacing. When I took it out of the box and tried to use it it sounded like a fan rubbing against the housing and would only randomly fire. I returned it,. My old Paslode worked great but until it got too expensive to fix,
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Very little use already have to send to be repaired. You can gun cycling but it will not fire. I will bump the clip holder and it will fire once or twice. Called issue and in was given topic to have repaired for free or send it in. My issues are matching others issues. Id think twice before purchasing.
— Anonymous
New lithium Ion 16 guage lithium ion angled nailer when depressed and firing nails the filter blows off and the fuel cell compartment lid opens up and the gun wont fire. poor design for an expensive tool.Have to tape around the top of filterclip and constantly keep pushing in the fuel door.
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great
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Hey great gun but there is a design flaw the head of the unit is to week when you depress the safety to fire the gun every thing works except for the gas. what i have done was to put a o ring under the gas cylinder to make it work for thousands of nails. The o ring was from a delta rebuild kit for a kitchen faucet.It was the thinner o ring witch was from the newer faucet.Sounds crazy but it works hopefully the engineers from paslode here me . spent lots of money for this gun so i did not have to carry an air hose and compressor. If anyone questions this let me know through this site and i will explain further
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Can get annoying until cylinders warms up....think of a chimney pulling a draft. As long as you understand that this is a presice nailer, and not meant to fire sequential nails.....you can't beat it! Mine will fire six 2" nails as fast as I can pull the trigger w/ not one being proud. But the 7 nail will be proud .25".....that being said, I know the limitations of this nailer. Test for ya.....fire 2 nails....say Mississippi....by then you know where the next two are going and fire two more.....sound slow....Doors, trim & Baseboards...shoe molding or Crown molding.....Small Reno Jobs, This is perfect! Bigger jobs even I'll get the compressor out. Time is Money....This will save you Time.....But you have to be smart on when to use or it will get Expensive
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Does the old fuel cells work in this new model????
— Anonymous
Bottom part of handle feels cheap and uneven. The new framing nailer battery slides in and out with ease. The same battery in this trim nailer takes 2 hands and some times a finger nail to get out.
— Anonymous
Yep bloody thing stopped firing completely I have done 2 full overhauls and I've got paslode framer and had earlier paslode bradder so I know they have their moments but this is ridiculous! Wouldn't buy it again!
— Anonymous
After reading the limited online reviews and listening to what Rob from the Concord Carpenter had to say about the IM250A Li-ion, I went out and bought one yesterday. I have a full arsenal of pneumatic finish nailers, in triplicate and have suffered through Senco's not so impressive attempts at cordless nailers. So needless to say, I was stoked to finally have this gun in my hands! I took it straight from the store to the job site, charged up the battery, installed the gas cartridge and BANG!, nearly blew my eardrums out. The thing sounded like a small caliber firearm going off and everyone around me hit the floor when i pulled the trigger. Can you give us some feedback on this issue? Do you really think this is an acceptable noise level for a nailgun? Is there a difference between the older version of this gun and the new Li-ion version? Is there an aftermarket muffler that can be installed?......?After running about 50 nails through it, I'd give a 5 star rating, save for the noise issue.
— Anonymous
when it works properly it is great. I've had it for a week of intermittent usage. The fuel cell ring loosens itself till it wont fire. Twice now it has made a terrible sound like the fan blade is hitting the cylinder wall. The two step battery position is a good idea, except that it is difficult to get the battery to move at all. I am disappointed. I had a very old cordless Paslode trim nailer (cigar style battery) which had worked flawlessly for decades till I couldn't get the batteries or fuel anymore. Disappointed so far...
— Anonymous
800 Nails, first one died, now on my second one, 450 nails, dead, had to keep pushing the plunger back up into the gun last 140 nails. Not reliable. Spending 1000's on cordless nailers, including Paslode CF325, and not getting good enough results. Have now bought 16 gauge Paslode air, hopefully I can have good luck with it. Other air guns have lasted me forever with no problems, and abuse.
— Anonymous
After less than a month and less than 50 nails the nailer completly died and has now been in warranty service for more than a month. Why!?
— Anonymous
Stop blaming Paslode for retailers selling you the wrong fuel or nails for this tool! The fuel cells for this tool work in this new tool and the older IM250A.
— Anonymous
I have had two of these in less than two weeks and they have both malfunctioned and was returned to Lowes! They simply quit working, I even went as far as calling the customer service number, they told me that it either has a bad motor or wires are pinched inside?? For four hundred dollars these things should operate flawlessly.
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fuel cell adaptor is a great idea and long overdue.....(part# 902256)
— Anonymous
The fuel cans are the same ....the new box comes with special adapter that fits the old and new guns.
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— Anonymous
Here is my review... 400 bucks from Home Depot...girl friend came home with it and she had the wrong fuel cartridge, sent her back to store and she came back 2nd time, wrong again!!. I went there myself and found out that due to this gun being so new Home Depot does not even sell the fuel yet!!
— Anonymous
this is a nice gun I ended up with it because i returned my last 16g gun because it was broken out of the box and upon return i had to get this new gun. i like that its lighter and i really like the new tip on the gun becasue it follows the conture of a bead on colonial casing. I really hate the new hook becasue i am a lefty and to hang it on my belt i have to swap the hook to the position where it is meant to hang on a 2xwhatever and the gun hangs so far out as opposed to the last generation. the new fuel is also more expensive the new orange pack is $13.99 for 2 fuel cells versus $16.99 for 4 old style fuel cells.
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