Arrow HT50i RED Hammer Tacker Preview

Arrow Intros HT50iR.E.D. Professional Manual Hammer Tacker

Arrow Fastener introduced a new HT50i RED professional manual hammer tacker. The Arrow HT50i RED Hammer Tacker is the latest tool in Arrow Fastener’s new RED (RED) product line, which is an acronym for “Reliable. Ergonomic. Durable.”

Arrow HT50i RED Hammer Tacker Features

The HT50i RED hammer tacker arrived in stores in October 2010, bringing professional contractors a more convenient hammer tacker with an easy bottom load system that holds two full strips staples and uses three sizes of T50 staples: 1/4″ (6mm), 5/16″ (8mm) and 3/8″ (10mm). It is tough and lightweight due to its diecast housing and features a balanced weighted head for improved driving power. The jam-resistant mechanism reduces downtime on the job and an ergonomic soft rubber grip enables professionals to work longer with less fatigue and more comfort.

“The HT50i RED Hammer Tacker is designed to work when you work, regardless of the jobsite conditions and whether you are replacing a roof or installing insulation, housewrap or flooring. We built this tool from the ground up to deliver all the features that professionals wanted from a hammer tacker, and we believe they’ll be impressed with the quality and convenience that we’ve added to the HT50i RED Hammer Tacker.”

– Bill Newman, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Arrow Fastener

About Arrow Fastener

Arrow Fastener Company, LLC is a leading manufacturer of manual and electric staple and nail guns, glue and rivet tools which are sold to consumers and commercial contractors, primarily through home centers, mass merchants and specialized retailers. Founded in 1929, Arrow Fastener was acquired by Masco Corporation (NYSE: MAS) in 1999. For more than five decades, the T50 staple gun has been the industry standard, as the world’s best selling staple gun. Today, Arrow Fastener is a trusted supplier of reliable, innovative and affordable products for the building trade professional and do-it-yourselfer. For more information please visit

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