Arrow T25M T25 Multi-Purpose Wire Tacker, Steel, Chrome Finish
Mfr / Brand Arrow
Mfr Part # T25M
Rexel Part # 265336
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Arrow T25M T25 Multi-Purpose Wire Tacker, Steel, Chrome Finish is rated out of 5 by 21.
Rated 1 out of 5 by shaler78 from New T-25 guns constantly jamb. I am also a garage door installer trying to use these newer staplers for run garage door opener wiring. Well the one I've had for more than twenty years has worked without a hitch or any pampering the whole life of the tool. I have been having all kinds of jambing issues with the newer ones I've purchased over the past five years. I can forget about using these to staple wire to treated lumber or plaster ceilings They constantly jamb and have to be taken apart to clear the jamb. I've wasted more time and staples with the new ones, so much so, that I've given up on them (more than six in the past five years) and either use my old one or resort to hand stapling which I hate for obvious reasons. Quality is less than poor!
Date published: 2014-05-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by bruce3 from worked for about 2months then quit at first the new design looked stronger ----- but after two months and two units they quit shooting -- i have tried everything and i ONLY use T-25 staples --no off breeds --- i think the gun is not worth buying over again this is my 2nd one the first one was returnable with receipt but i lost the receipt and the store said NO WAY i cannot chance buying another. i have used the older T25 stapler's until they fall apart and they were great now ------------------not so much
Date published: 2012-09-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mario from I have 3 of those (oldest one 5 years old), I have 3 of those (oldest one 5-6 years old). I only use OEM T25 staples. All 3 are jamming. Removal of the screw and nut requires little effort, but it slows job significantly. I bough the newer model (T25X) hoping for better results. Nope, the metal lever is not attached to the handle and it sometimes doesn't re-load and I have to manually pull the handle up. I wish this stuff just worked. Frustrating being on the ladder trying to staple alarm or speaker wire when this thing jams.
Date published: 2013-12-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mike23 from Frustrating My company installs a lot of low voltage wiring (i.e. CAT5e/6, RG6, 16/2 and 16/4 speaker, etc). I have several of the T25 staplers. They constantly jam. We have to take them apart and clear the jam. This wastes a lot of time for the team and is very frustrating. There has to be a quality problem here. I only use the Arrow staples (usually 9/16"). I also have a T59...no better, jams a lot.
Date published: 2014-03-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by David from Did Arrow change the product? I am a professional installer for garage door openers and have used this product for 20 years. Well, all of a sudden I am finding myself buying staple guns every other month because my T25 and T18 just stop working. Arrow, you need to seriously look into the quality of this product and the staples you manufacture.
Date published: 2013-03-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by Michael80 from Fails over just a few years I bought this a number of years ago to work on a few projects I had on the go I thought it would work better t50 for the need. Since that time I had not a need for it so it was packed away and out came the old trusted t50 about 10 years older than the other and works great. I suddenly needed to use to my t25 no problem except when I went to use it it didn't work. How could the handle grow loose in a drawer? Why could my t50 design be this good and the t25 last as long as a pair of socks? I like the brand I am not happy with this and would not recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-11-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mike24 from Jams all of the time I have been installing low voltage wiring for over 40 years. The older models worked flawlessly however the new T259 has done nothing but jam on every 3RD staple from the day I bought it. It is frustrating to have to remove the jammed staples which ads hours to simple installations.
Date published: 2014-03-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by SukiSue from T-25 stapler jams way too often We are a garage door and opener installation company since 1991. Arrow staplers have always been our tool of choice, until the last few years. Our installers refuse to put them in their trucks anymore, too frustrating to deal with the jamming all the time and we use only #256 staples. And I am frustrated with the quantity of T-25s I've bought over the years, thinking that they were being abused, I've since realized, that's not the case, and the guns are the problem, or the staples. Please, go back to the drawing board. I have a box full of "dead" T-25s.
Date published: 2015-01-27