Latest review: Almost from new the sander threw the Velcro sanding pads off the head well before the abrasive wears out. Don’t expect a new head to help you, the pads will soon throw again. I resorted to gluing t
Latest review: As other users say, this thing just freewheels under load. The belts are what was in the box, so presumably the right size. I bought this so I could leave my old reliable Ryobi mounted to a bench.
Latest review: After my Previous Makita belt sander had a hernia after some 25-30 years I purchased the Makita 9924DB. As they say its a beast. Bit on the heavy side but so powerful . This is one good belt
Latest review: Great sander - I love the speed control, the different hardness pads you can get with it. Really good for fine finishing timber.
I especially love the box it comes in, plenty of space for the power
Latest review: As a painter and decorator I brought the planex to sand down my ceilings and walls its amazing for repaints and new work removing all imperfections it glides over like a hovercraft making light work
Latest review: Really versatile tool. Great for sanding and finishing hard to get places. Multiple head attachments for every job. And the ceramic abrasives are fantastic. Would recommend to anyone. Really
Latest review: I purchased a Makita Cordless Random Orbit Sander close to a year ago, and it has become one of my go-to tools. I won't go into the design specifics (that's Makita's domain) but it essentially
Latest review: I had a Bosch sander for many years - an industrial model.
It failed after many years of hard work.
I saw a Ryobi and bought that on the guy from Bunnings recommendation.
The first one
Latest review: Sands in an orbital manner. I bought to do a couple of garden benched that have seen better days and the wife is not as keen as hand sanding internal for painting walls as she once was (and she
Latest review: I needed a Small Belt and Disc combination machine for my small shed. I saw this online and took a punt as it was a great Price. I didn't think it would be as good as it is. Lots of grunt for a small
Latest review: While this isn't the cheapest thing on the market, it's a solidly constructed half-sheet sander designed to get serious jobs done.
On the plus side, it's nicely balanced to use, has great
Latest review: 1.56HP has plenty of grunt. Invaluable when working metal and belts are relatively inexpensive. Belts are a challenge to change as the guiding is extensive. Can be used with or without the tool rest
Latest review: I had a filing sander. These are the little belt sanders which use a very narrow belt: anyway, the one I had broke down and I though I'd replace it with a Makita, as I've used lots of Makita power
Latest review: Decided to give this a go after reading facebook reviews against Shinemate and the machine hasn't skipped a beat. Really love how well it handles and for the price I have no complaints whatsoever.
Latest review: The tool is perfect for fast removal of the stock's surface and then pivoting to finish sanding. The vibration takes a toll on the grip after several square meters of operation, expected though. I
Latest review: this was gotten as an alternative to a fixed speed 1/4 sheet orbital. Cleaning up plaster patches the 1/4 sheet makes a terrible mess, makes had work of the job and leaves the air thick with plaster
Latest review: If you are a DIY person having a go at plasterboarding thennsanding is the worst job but this tool makes the job quicker and easier with considerably less dust. I gave it 5 stars, not because it is
Latest review: This sander is light & easy to use, gives a good finish and the dust collection works better expected. Haven't had any issues with pads coming off yet although still relatively new
It isn't that
Latest review: Its definitely a good tool, but you have to look after it... It is belt drive with a tooth belt, the problem is with the motor they used, when it gets warm after 10ish minutes you must let it cool