Dewalt DCN680B 20V MAX 18 Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer (Tool Only)

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Dewalt DCN680B 20V MAX 18 Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer (Tool Only) Model: dewndcn680b
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Dewalt DCN680B 20V MAX 18 Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer (Tool Only)

The DeWalt DCN680 18 Gauge Brad Nailer drives 18 Gauge brad nails from 5/8 in. to 2-1/8 in. which makes it ideal for fastening decorative molding, casing, kitchen crown, and shoe molding. With its brushless motor powered by a DEWALT 20V MAX Lithium-Ion battery the DCN680 is ready to go to work without the hassle of using gas, compressor, and hose. Tackle jobs both large and small with the features of a pneumatic tool and the freedom of cordless. Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.
  • Battery powered; eliminates the hassle of using gas, compressor, and hose
  • Brushless motor maximizes runtime and durability
  • Micro nose improves line of sight and accuracy of nail placement
  • Tool-free selectable trigger for sequential or contact actuation modes
What’s Included:
  • DCN680 - Brad Nailer
10.3 in.
3.7 in.
11.8 in.
5.3 lbs.
Batteries Included
Battery System
Battery Type
Bluetooth Compatibility
Case Included
Charger Included
Depth of Drive
Tool Free
ETL Safety
Fastener Capacity
Fastener Collation
Plastic Strip Collation
Fastener Gauge
Fastener Length (Max.)
2-1/8 in
Fastener Length (Min.)
5/8 in
Fastener Type
Brad Nails
Firing Modes
Selectable Trigger
Jam Clearance
Magazine Angle
Magazine Type
Side Loading
Motor Type
Power Source
Tip Style
UL Safety
Wifi compatibility

Reviews :

5.0 / 5.0
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Yes (2)
Easy To Use (2)
Powerful (2)
Ergonomic Design (1)
Value (1)
Heavy (1)
Best Uses
Frequent Use (2)
Small Projects (2)
Large Projects (1)
Home Repair (1)
Nailing Simplicity
I loved my 18 V tools, but now that I am switching over everything to 20 V, I am in heaven with my expanding 20 V collection! As a regular Mr. fix it, I got tired of dragging out a compressor and hose for small jobs. This 20 V Brad nailer has become an important addition to my tool bag that travels everywhere with me. I’ve used it on everything from small trim and molding repairs to completely redoing molding in full renovations. Most recently my college age daughter learned to use it to put up molding in the house we are redoing and we see it to add character to some really plain doors. Ease of use without all the hassle of air lines is great!
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November 7, 2019
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Loose the air hose!
I bought this a few months back, mid project. It really sped things up a lot. No more waiting for the compressor to refill. Does not run through batteries.
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November 6, 2019
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Absolute powerhouse
This nailer not only saves you time but money. No need for a compressor or looking for outlets in new construction. This gem is fast and easy and a lifesaver. It can handle all day work or a simple punchlist on all jobs. Have had It about a year now and no complaints and no sign of wear
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November 5, 2019
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I absolutely love this brad nailer. Very fast. Very powerful. Easy to unjam but doesnt jam easily. Thrilled with my purchase.
July 3, 2019
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The Ultimate in Portability
The more I use the DCN680, the more I appreciate the hassle free portability. It is a great tool for small projects or pickup work, and it really can do anything that a traditional pneumatic nail gun can do. While it’s a bit bigger and heavier than a traditional pneumatic brad nailer, it’s not so heavy that it should receive any negative marks against it. On our jobsites today, there is one less air hose strung about and that’s a good thing. If you’re a DIY-er that hasn’t yet invested in an air compressor, the DCN680 is worth considering as it will only set you back about as much as a professional grade compressor and brad nailer, but you’ll get the ultimate in portability.
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June 29, 2019
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Extremely handy
I bought this a few months ago, because I was tired of running an air hose to finish off a small trim project. Time is money and the cordless tools move things along very quickly.
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June 29, 2019
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Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
Ergonomic Design
Best Uses
Frequent Use
Large Projects
Small Projects
I like the brad nailer. Works the way it should. I prefer the smaller gauged brads as it less likely to split the trim. CPO delivered my nailer a few days earlier than expected which was also nice. It covered my butt since my 18v brad nailer died on me. Terrific job guys! I’ll buy from you again. Thx. Ed.L
June 4, 2019
11 months ago
Describe Yourself:
Great tool
Bought the tool a month ago. Happy with the results. Thank you
May 30, 2019
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small jobs or large jobs this tool is so much more practical to use compare air powered nailer on given projects
May 12, 2019
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Portable and Works Great!
Prior to starting our home remodeling, one tool I knew I wanted was an 18 gauge cordless brad nailer, as I wanted to be able to quickly and professionally install trim as we finished each room. I made the mistake of purchasing a different brand unit that just just did not work as well as it should have. I then bought the Dewalt DCN680B 20V Max XR 18 GA Cordless Brad Nailer as a replacement. The DeWalt unit has worked flawlessly and has made my finish nailing work go quickly. The unit is easy to load and adjust for proper nail depth. Although the unit has not jammed for me, it has a jam clearing latch to make clearing jams quick and easy. The 20V Max batteries last a long time when using the unit, which is a great advantage over the air compressor and air hose requirement of a pneumatic unit. With much work yet to do in our house, this tool will definitely be used regularly. Thus far I am impressed and I do recommend it.
March 6, 2019
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What brand of brads do I need for this nailer?
A shopper on Aug 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Your question will be best answered by the manufacturer, who can provide you with the accurate information. The number to reach the technician directly is 1-800-433-9258 or online at
Is debt of brad adjustable?
Monty H on May 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Debt is not adjustable, according to Obama's rules. Depth is adjustable.