SKIL 5” Random Orbital Sander with Cyclonic Dust Box 3pc

SKIL 5” Random Orbital Sander with Cyclonic Dust Box  3pc

SKIL 5” Random Orbital Sander with Cyclonic Dust Box 3pc

SKIL 5” Random Orbital Sander with Cyclonic Dust Box 3pc:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Nice sander - does the job well.Previous reviews talk of the dust catcher coming off - this is a one handed sander, but you're inclined to use two hands and the only place for the 2nd hand is the dust catcher, so after a bit, it will come off. You just need to gain experience with the sander to train not to do that.The sander tends to want to rotate in your hand so that as you're sanding, if you don't have even pressure against what.your sanding, it tends to come up and then sands with the edge of the disc rather then the whole plate, so that it makes a groove or gouge that you then have to resand. That's hard to explain, but you'll get it with experience. I would assume all random orbital sanders have this inclination. It just takes a little time and experience with the sander to learn how to keep even pressure on the sander and also the right amount of pressure so that you're not stopping the disc from spinning and therefore ruining the motor.All in all, it's a great sander and gets the job done well. As with any tool, you need a bit of time to get the feel of it and learn how to use it correctly.houston mall,max 52% off,superiorSKIL 5” Random Orbital Sander with Cyclonic Dust Box 3pc
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  • Powerful– with a 2. 8 amp motor and 13, 000 orbits per minute, it’s able to deliver a smooth performance over a variety of sanding applications.
  • Easy to clean dust container– The x-flow dust collector uses cyclone force to collect dust in it’s easy-to-empty transparent container.
  • SPEED CONTROL–Variable speed control provides the right amount of power and control across different materials.
  • Low vibration– through its ergonomic design and a soft rubber grip your hand stays comfortable while counterweight balance reduces hand fatigue from vibration. All so that you can work longer.
  • Sand in tight places– with a compact size and ergonomic design, This sander can get into tight spaces easily and maximizes user control.
  • Easy on/off– the dust sealed on/off switch makes a hassle-free, flip-of-the-switch during application.
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Style:2.8Amp Orbit Sander

Fine Finish without mess this nimble, variable-speed sander has the power and sophistication to deliver fine, swirl-free finishes all while collecting the dust to cut down on mess. It’s ideal for sanding applications on wood, metal and plastic. More about this product: - 7000-13, 000 OPM - Variable Speed Dial - X-Flow Dust Collection - Vibration Control - Easy to change attachments and sanding sheets.


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SKIL 5” Random Orbital Sander with Cyclonic Dust Box 3pc

SKIL 5” Random Orbital Sander with Cyclonic Dust Box 3pc:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Nice sander - does the job well.Previous reviews talk of the dust catcher coming off - this is a one handed sander, but you're inclined to use two hands and the only place for the 2nd hand is the dust catcher, so after a bit, it will come off. You just need to gain experience with the sander to train not to do that.The sander tends to want to rotate in your hand so that as you're sanding, if you don't have even pressure against what.your sanding, it tends to come up and then sands with the edge of the disc rather then the whole plate, so that it makes a groove or gouge that you then have to resand. That's hard to explain, but you'll get it with experience. I would assume all random orbital sanders have this inclination. It just takes a little time and experience with the sander to learn how to keep even pressure on the sander and also the right amount of pressure so that you're not stopping the disc from spinning and therefore ruining the motor.All in all, it's a great sander and gets the job done well. As with any tool, you need a bit of time to get the feel of it and learn how to use it correctly.houston mall,max 52% off,superiorSKIL 5” Random Orbital Sander with Cyclonic Dust Box 3pc