Dewalt Gets Slap Happy With New Lightweight Tacker

We find ourselves talking more and more about new Dewalt tools, and today is no exception. The company recently launched the DWHT75900 Carbon Fiber Composite Hammer Tacker. For those who think there's nothing special about a slap stapler, Dewalt is ready to smack that notion to the curb.

Dewalt DWHT75900


The Hammer Tacker "Weight" is Over

The DWHT75900 may look like a normal hammer stapler, but once you pick it up, you'll feel the immediate difference, thanks to its carbon fiber body. Dewalt claims it has a 45% reduced weight over comparable models, and is reported to use 25% less muscle exertion while in action, which means less fatigue. Paired with a vibration-absorbing hand grip, this carbon fiber hammer tacker offers added comfort and ergonomics. It's an overall boost in performance.

Dewalt DWHT75900

Features & Fasteners

Other features on this Dewalt tacker include an Auto-Lock, ANTIJAM pinch latch to prevent staple jams, and drop-in magazine for quick and easy reloads. Weighing just 1.8 lbs, the Dewalt DWHT75900 runs heavy-duty T50 series 3/8" crown staples (5/16", 3/8", and 1/2" lengths).

This hammer tacker can also be used with Dewalt DWHTTA700 series staples, or STANLEY TRA700 series staples, depending on brand preference. The tool is rated to run 450,000 strike cycles, which in simpler terms is a boatload of staples.

Dewalt DWHT75900

Perfect for installing roof paper, house wrap, carpet padding, insulation and more, the Dewalt DWHT75900 hammer tacker looks to be a real contender in its class. Plus, did we mention Dewalt stands behind this stapler with their limited-lifetime warranty?


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  • Janice Black March 12, 2020 at 3:47 PM

    Bought this gun a year ago for 70 bucks, worst gun I ever bought in 25 years of insulating homes. The first issue I noticed was that the nose is too long which causes the Staples to ricochet if u don't hit perfectly flat. Then at some point it started spitting out up to 5 Staples at a time, then I got jammed up and there is no way to take it apart and fix it as it is SPECIFICLY designed against it...don't know the tool it takes, looks like a torx with a pin in the middle, and the end of it on the other side is machined flat.....I'm super disappointed as I am a big fan of DeWalt

    • Nail Gun Depot March 13, 2020 at 6:22 AM


      Great feedback. Thanks for sharing - and we're sorry to hear your slap stapler isn't working as desired..

      It may be worth contacting Dewalt to see if your tool is within the warranty. Here is their corporate contact: 800-433-9258.

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