Eric McIntyre has VICGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC
Surprisingly great!I am a professional painter. I have always used Bosch sanders and over the years have replaced a lot of $60 cog bands in them . On average 1 every 7 months.
I thought I would try an Ozito just because it was cheap at $43.00 ! I thought a throw away.
But it's performed extremely well and has a long life. Even the Velcro lasts longer than the brands I have used before. Surprisingly powerful for a battery sander " . I am on my 2nd one now and use it every day. The 1st lasted 18 months the second is still going at 19 months. That's big savings over the years. Considering I was spending $280 on Bosch and replacing them after 2 years and several $60 bands plus Velcro replacements. Show details
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Shaxpier NSWSydney, NSW 111 postsVerified
As describedSands 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 insists on wall ownership).
Can be aggressive but grits and variable speed control make it a dream.
Wife was thrilled and two benches were ready in no time for lacquer.
At the price (seldom DIY person) with a 5 yr instore replacement warranty, it's impossible to complain, IMO.
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