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Makita BO3700 1/3 Sheet Orbital Sander + Other Clearance Offers £29.28

£29.28 @ Northern Tools & Accessories
Ordered lots of stuff from these before & they have an extensive catalogue - even lock picks!! Delivery Charges up to 30kg is £6.95 Specs for this:- Product Description Large levers for quic… Read More
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Ordered lots of stuff from these before & they have an extensive catalogue - even lock picks!!

Delivery Charges up to 30kg is £6.95

Specs for this:-
Product Description

Large levers for quick & easy paper changes.

Ergonomically designed tool-top, comfortable control even by one-hand.

Large trigger switch for easy operation.

Standard Equipment on Makita BO3700
Abrasive paper, Dust bag, Punch Plate, and Pad (Clip Type).

Pad Size: 93x185mm
Abrasive Sheet: 93x228mm
Orbits per Minute: 10,000opm
Input wattage: 180w
Net Weight: 1.4kg
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Voted hot, but it appears the silent icemen have beaten me to it.

I don't understand, if someone thinks it's a poor deal that's fine but please post an explanation of why you have voted it cold.

I've voted it hot as these normally sell for 50 quid plus!

Ok, may not be the best bargain for the once a decade diyer, but if you are self employed and looking for a professionals tool, you'll struggle to find this model cheaper elsewhere.
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Voted hot, but it appears the silent icemen have beaten me to it.

I don't understand, if someone thinks it's a poor deal that's fine but please post an explanation of why you have voted it cold.

I've voted it hot as these normally sell for 50 quid plus!

Ok, may not be the best bargain for the once a decade diyer, but if you are self employed and looking for a professionals tool, you'll struggle to find this model cheaper elsewhere.


Maybe the icemen don't like the idea of the lock picks:giggle:
#3
It is a decent tool at a decent price, I managed to snap it up at around the same price in a clearance about a year ago now ;)
#4
Looks like a top deal to me, cheapest around. Yes, I know you can pick up a sander at tesco for about £6.00, but this is a Makita, and will be a fabulous buy for a tradesman. Can't see why people vote it cold, I for one have voted it HOT!

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