Hitachi N5024A2 1" Wide Crown Stapler (New)

Hitachi N5024A2 1" Wide Crown Stapler (New)

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Condition: New
Our Price $249.00
UPC Code: 717709013612

Availability: In stock

Hitachi N5024A2 1" Wide Crown Stapler (New)
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The Hitachi 1" wide crown stapler has a top load magazine that is an open magazine style which allows for easy loading as well as letting you see when you are out of staples. The larger magazine capacity allows you to hold up to 157 staples so you can work longer between reloads.


  • Lightweight and well-balanced for easy of maneuverability and less user fatigue

  • Cylinder valve firing mechanism provides quick response and rapid driving

  • Tool-less depth adjustment for quick changes to countersink or flush drive into a variety of materials

  • Quick clear nose with tool-less jam release reduces down-time

  • Stainless steel plated magazine for added durability to endure tough projects

  • High capacity magazine hold 157 staples for fewer replenishments

  • Open magazine design allows users to quickly check staple quantity

  • Rubber grip provides comfort and ensures a secure hold



  • Fastener Type: Wide Crown, 1 Inch Staple 

  • Magazine Angle: Straight 

  • Fastener Length Capacity: 1 to 2 Inches 

  • Staple Gauge: 16 Gauge 

  • Magazine Capacity: 157 Staples 

  • Magazine Loading: Top 

  • Air Inlet: 1/4 Inch 

  • Operating Pressure: 70 - 120 PSI 

  • Actuation: Contact 

  • Jam Clearing: Tool-Less 

  • Depth Adjustment: Tool-Less 

  • Driving System: Cylinder Valve 

  • Length: 14-11/64 Inches 

  • Width: 3 Inches 

  • Height: 9-13/16 Inches



  • One (1) 1" Wide Crown Stapler 

  • One (1) Pair of Safety Glasses



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Big Sky Tool Reviews
Has worked with no problems under very repetitous daily process use "EXCEPT" as with the other one, we have had the (allen) hex socket head bolts have work loose causing the stapler to miss fire (no staple insertion) due insertion slide parts sliding past / over waiting staple in clip. We have to watch this & check / tighten bolts routinely.....
Review by Mickey Pittenger / (Posted on 12/23/2012)