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Bosch PSM 100 A Multi-Sander [Energy Class A] for £21.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Bosch PSM 100 A Multi-Sander [Energy Class A] for £21.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK

£21.99£25.9915%Amazon Deals
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Posted 25th Aug

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Tempted, then I read the reviews, I'm out!
Not voting either way.
These ‘mouse’ sanders seem all the same, I’ve gotten through a few over the years, the Velcro on the base wears away, and the point of the base bends and delaminates.

I’ve tried Black and Decker, Ozito, (green) Bosch.

I’ve done a couple of house renovations so used them for sanding painted woodwork and tidying up plaster, etc.

They are very useful, but I now consider them disposable tools than will need replacing.

I bought the Aldi onesie about £12 the other week.

This one was better than the B&D.
adriang6825/08/2019 06:25

These ‘mouse’ sanders seem all the same, I’ve gotten through a few over the …These ‘mouse’ sanders seem all the same, I’ve gotten through a few over the years, the Velcro on the base wears away, and the point of the base bends and delaminates. I’ve tried Black and Decker, Ozito, (green) Bosch. I’ve done a couple of house renovations so used them for sanding painted woodwork and tidying up plaster, etc.They are very useful, but I now consider them disposable tools than will need replacing.I bought the Aldi onesie about £12 the other week. This one was better than the B&D.


I'd given up with them all, then I did a bit of subbing for a wood floor restorer a few years back. He had a Fein Multimaster as part of his kit. I borrowed it off him and couldn't believe the difference in quality and performance. Sure, the tips are going to wear eventually, but not on the scale of the cheap crap. Top tip with these is just keep rotating the sanding pad, and replace it when it's starting to clog up.

They are, of course, more money than the sort you have bought in the past. But, the acumalative value of your cheap sanders probably won't be far off purchasing a Multi master.
Broc_Mudflap25/08/2019 07:12

I'd given up with them all, then I did a bit of subbing for a wood floor …I'd given up with them all, then I did a bit of subbing for a wood floor restorer a few years back. He had a Fein Multimaster as part of his kit. I borrowed it off him and couldn't believe the difference in quality and performance. Sure, the tips are going to wear eventually, but not on the scale of the cheap crap. Top tip with these is just keep rotating the sanding pad, and replace it when it's starting to clog up.They are, of course, more money than the sort you have bought in the past. But, the acumalative value of your cheap sanders probably won't be far off purchasing a Multi master.


I’ve got the (green) Bosch multi-tool. Not used the sanding thingy yet.
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