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Bosch Random Orbit Sander

Bosch Random Orbit Sander · includes 4 listings

2.7 from 39 reviews

Latest review: Backing plate with nylon hook velcro is a designed to fail and have you buy new heads. Head gets hot due to friction (so don't press even a small amount !!) then the hooks change shape so the sanding

Ryobi EBS800 / EBS800V Belt

Ryobi EBS800 / EBS800V Belt · includes 2 listings

1.8 from 24 reviews

Latest review: used this once, then put it away for over a year next time i went to use it the motor goes round but the belt wont- it seems ever ryobi tool i have ever brought has been a one use tool then throw it

Makita 9924DB

Makita 9924DB

5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Soo, I bought some forest Bloodwood Slabs to dress for a Bar & Outdoor kitchen. I go to Bunnings & buy the $119 Ryobi EBS800V Beltsander & took it back the next day, Disaster! The Toolshop expert

Festool ROTEX RO 150

Festool ROTEX RO 150

5.0 from 4 reviews

Latest review: I have bought the ETS EC 150/5 EQ Random Orbital Sander I have been painting for 8 years and this year I have found out about this brand. I have been using the slow palm, heavy vibrating sanders

Makita 18V Mobile Random Orbital Sander DBO180Z

Makita 18V Mobile Random Orbital Sander DBO180Z

5.0 from 1 review

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

Makita BO4900V

Makita BO4900V

5.0 from 1 review

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

Swarts SWB1060

Swarts SWB1060

5.0 from 1 review

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

Ryobi One + R18PS

Ryobi One + R18PS

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Easy to use cordless sander driven by a great multipurpose 18 volt battery system. Plenty of power & fits nicely into the hand. On/Off switch is easily accessible at the front of the

Makita 9046 1/2 Sheet Orbital

Makita 9046 1/2 Sheet Orbital

5.0 from 1 review

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. Wrong. The first one

Makita 9207SPB

Makita 9207SPB

5.0 from 1 review

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

Hafco Metal Master L-100 Belt Linisher Sander

Hafco Metal Master L-100 Belt Linisher Sander

5.0 from 1 review

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

Ozito Portable Drywall Sander PDS-2000

Ozito Portable Drywall Sander PDS-2000

4.5 from 2 reviews

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

Makita M9204G

Makita M9204G

4.5 from 2 reviews

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

Makita M9400G

Makita M9400G

4.3 from 6 reviews

Latest review: For around $150, there is no other 4 inch belt sander on the market in this price range that can touch this if your using 60 grit or finer. I have this connected to an el-cheapo Karcher vac and get

Makita 300w Random Orbital Sander BO5041KX

Makita 300w Random Orbital Sander BO5041KX

4.0 from 1 review

Latest review: If you don't own a powerful air compressor to run a random orbital sander and can't justify the expense to purchase one then this neat product from Makita might be just the right tool for you. After

Makita BO3710X

Makita BO3710X

4.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I bought a Makita Orbital Sander about 35 years ago; when I finished the job, I took it outside, and smashed it with a sledge hammer. It was a most frustrating tool, and that simply because paper

Makita BO4556K

Makita BO4556K

4.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I bought this sander mainly for sanding skirting boards and door frames and it is a great size for doing jobs like this. I also own a half sheet sander and no longer use it as I find this little

Ryobi 18V One+ Buffer Polisher R18BP-0

Ryobi 18V One+ Buffer Polisher R18BP-0

3.8 from 4 reviews

Latest review: I bought this unit from Bunnings after reading some less than glowing reviews for some other branded units. It uses the Ryobi One 18V battery system, which is either a benefit or a problem, depending

Bosch PBS 7 AE Belt

Bosch PBS 7 AE Belt

3.8 from 4 reviews

Latest review: This is a pretty good sander, aimed at DIY use. It only costs around $155, which is pretty good for a belt sander for smallish jobs and/or occasional use. It is probably unfair to compare with a

Bosch GEX 150 Turbo Professional

Bosch GEX 150 Turbo Professional

3.5 from 6 reviews

Latest review: I've had 2 of these sanders for about 6 years. They are used in a harsh factory environment and have worked brilliantly. By contrast I also own a Festool rotex 150 which is similar but has spent many

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