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Mac Allister MSBS900 3 Electric Belt Sander 220-240V for £24.99 @ Screwfix
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Mac Allister MSBS900 3 Electric Belt Sander 220-240V for £24.99 @ Screwfix

£24.99£49.9950%Screwfix Deals
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Posted 24th Feb

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Decent price belt sander with good reviews.

Free click and collect / in-store available.

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Belt sander is ideal for stripping wood, floorboards, sanding close to edges, cleaning up glued panels and other preparation work. Variable speed allows the speed to be adjusted to suit different applications. Dust bag keeps the work area free of dust.

  • 900W
  • Variable Speed
  • Dust Bag
  • Adjustable Belt Tracking
  • Soft-Grip Handle
  • Speed Control Dial
  • Lock-On Trigger Switch
  • Replaceable Carbon Brushes
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Cheap but these have motor issues, B&Q reviews are poor for same model.
Thanks OP, more tools I don't need.
I thought this was a dog from the thumbnail
checkley7324/02/2020 07:26

Cheap but these have motor issues, B&Q reviews are poor for same model.



Ive noticed that B&Q reviews all have significantly lower reviews than Screwfix. Started to conclude that it might be Pro`s understanding the product better than an average DIY`er. Of course you need to look at what they are complaining about, but a dodgy nut or bolt can easily be replaced from the toolkit etc.
smala0124/02/2020 12:32

Ive noticed that B&Q reviews all have significantly lower reviews than …Ive noticed that B&Q reviews all have significantly lower reviews than Screwfix. Started to conclude that it might be Pro`s understanding the product better than an average DIY`er. Of course you need to look at what they are complaining about, but a dodgy nut or bolt can easily be replaced from the toolkit etc.


Yes very true. On this one they and a few on Screwfix are noting the motor burns out quickly. I also hate that screwfix order the reviews best to worst rather than latest to oldest. Not very customer centric.
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