In this Project Farm video, Todd tests out 14 different brands of heavy-duty staplers. He tested units from Makita, Milwaukee, Ryobi, Arrow, DeWalt, WorkPro, Bauer, Neu Master, Ework, Bielmeier, Stanley, and Citadel.
The staplers were compared for resistance to jams, stapling speed, capability to drive staples into spruce, oak, and composite decking.
Bottom line? The Ryobi performed very well and offers the best value, at $84 at time of testing. The stapler that tested best overall was the Makita, at a whopping $210 at time of testing.
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