Ryobi P360 18 Volt Lithium Ion One+ 3/8 – 1 1/2 Inch Crown Stapler (Battery Not Included, Power Tool Only)

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ONE+ COMPATIBLE: Works with any Ryobi lithium ion battery including the P100, P101, P103, P102,P104, P105, P107 and P108

NO AIR COMPRESSOR NEEDED: Internal components powered by lithium ion batteries mean you do not need to bring noisy and potentially dangerous air compressors to the jobsite

TOOL-LESS DEPTH ADJUSTMENT: The onboard dial lets you change your driving depth with one hand for on-the-fly changes

ILLUMINATE THE JOB with built-in LED lighting that activates from the handle.

DRY FIRE PREVENTION: A low staple indicator on this tool lets you know when you need to reload. This protects your tool and work surfaces from unnecessary dry-fire damaging

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‎5 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎3.54 x 12 x 10 inches

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Is Discontinued By Manufacturer





‎Plastic, Metal


‎18 Volts

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Batteries Required?


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‎Lithium Ion





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#81,487 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#33 in Power Brad Nailers

Date First Available

January 22, 2014

9 reviews for Ryobi P360 18 Volt Lithium Ion One+ 3/8 – 1 1/2 Inch Crown Stapler (Battery Not Included, Power Tool Only)

  1. Scott594

    I could go on about all the details, but it’s not really necessary. It does what it’s supposed to do, and it does it well. No jams, no “weird” anything. Pull the trigger, bang! Staple there. do it again. Bang, Staple there. and so on. Plenty of power for any wood I’ve encountered, including white oak shooting 1 1/2″ staples with no issues. Once every couple weeks it won’t drive one quite home. NEVER have I been able to finish it with a hammer, whatever is stopping it is exceeding the strength of the staple, and the gun knows to stop rather than to proceed with brute force. I carry a pair of heavy duty side cutters and clip off or pull (usually not) the bad staple. This is a 1 in 1000 at worst, is not staple type or brand dependent, and it’s the only “issue” I’ve seen.Settings are stable, predictable and repeatable. Batteries last great, Ryobi or Copies. It feeds all staples I’ve used reliably. Cold weather or hot. I’ve used it on my beehives and it performs all assembly jobs from comb frames to box assembly with precision and power. Turned down with 1/2″ staples, it shingles and flashes hive roofs. It installs swarm traps into trees out standing up on a 4 wheeler in the woods, and puts up my posted signs. (try those operations with a hammer and nails!)Love this tool!The 15 gauge finish nailer is next on the list. Wish they made an Airstrike framing nailer to replace my big Bostick coil cannon shooting 4″ headed spikes, I’ve got no doubt the Airstrike system has the potential for that kind of power, but is the demand there? I would buy one over a Paslode or anything else I’ve seen.WHAT A GREAT TOOL!!!

  2. Dan R

    I worked 45 years in construction, and I have used air powered nailers for most of that time. I still have a dozen air nailers in the shop, but when I need to repair or build some little project, I pull out this little nailer. It’s quick, easy, and light weight. I wouldn’t build a house with it, but for many projects, it is perfect.


    You don’t find this stapler in the tool section at your neighborhood big box home-improvement store anymore. I had to replace mine that I had bought four years ago when I dropped it off the roof of a house, nailing up some facia boards. It’s considerably more expensive than it was four years ago but it looks identical, and so far it performs like a champ like my old one. Cordless and airless is the big advantage. It performs the same as my pneumatic and electric driven devices. MUCH LESS CUMBERSOME.

  4. Verigam

    This thing is better than pockets on shirts. Easy to use & maintain and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED …. don’t forget to get extra staples too!

  5. Barbara

    Recommend! I have several electric staplers, and find that they jam and are difficult to reload. I also have pneumatic staplers, but often don’t want to lug my compressor around for a small job. Of course, this item is appreciably more expensive, but it’s worth it.

  6. Ken Provus

    I bought my Ryobi Stapler from AE Enterprise and was very satisfied with the price, service, and speed of delivery.It took a while to figure out exactly how to load the staples (The instructions are not that clear and the drawing is a bit hard to understand.) and after that, everything worked great.

  7. blackdog

    Very handy to have this tool when repairing our chicken pens,way easier than the other staplers and worth the price for the easy of use

  8. Tom

    had to replace one that was stolen, steady and easy to use.

  9. Charles Phillips

    Arrived quickly and in retail packaging. Works much better than the manual stapler that was replaced and easier to use. It’s bulky but not overly heavy as a pneumatic tool would be and it’s pretty well balanced. OEM batteries and charger were a bit of a challenge but found some at the local hardware store.

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