VonHaus 15/261 1200W Polisher Sander Machine with Accessories £53.99 Delivered @ domu-uk / eBay
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VonHaus 15/261 1200W Polisher Sander Machine with Accessories £53.99 Delivered @ domu-uk / eBay

£53.99£64.9917%eBay Deals
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Expires on 31/05/2020Posted 30th Mar
Thought this was a decent price for a polisher / sander. Perfect if you want to take some time and bring that car paint finish back to the factory shine.

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Comes with polishing pads, sponges and sandpaper

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  • 1200W sander/polisher
  • 220-240V, 50-60Hz
  • 1000-3000rpm
  • Pad size 180mm
  • Thread Size M14
  • For sanding, polishing and buffing
  • Free Extended 2 Year Warranty - Registration Required. *Terms and Conditions apply

If you love spending time keeping your beloved possessions buffed to a perfect finish – or want a versatile sander to help with routine DIY jobs around the home, garage and garden, this VonHaus Sander/Polisher is just the job.

The impressive 1200W motor provides all the power you need to tackle tough DIY tasks. Attach one of the sanding pads and you can gently abrade any surface, removing paint and polish or keying a surface ready for repainting. It’s ideal when preparing surfaces for decorating, without ripping into the substrate.

Attach a polishing pad and you can buff up your machines to a mirror shine. Though powerful, the polisher can be used with incredible precision and accuracy – delivering a gentle touch on shiny surfaces.

The VonHaus Sander/Polisher maintains an even rate of RPMs, even when applying pressure during a sanding task. The ergonomic handle and comfortable trigger provide superb user control – important if you’re using it over an extended period.

The sander/polisher comes with a large selection of accessories, including various grades of sanding and buffing pads, as well as a wrench and hex key for quickly changing the pads.


The tool also comes in its own sturdy moulded carry case which helps to keep everything handy, clean and safe in-between jobs and makes transportation a piece of cake.


BMC 1pc 180mm 800#sanding paper 1pc wool pad 1pc 180mm polishing pad 1pc 150mm polishing pad backing 5pcs 4.5cm thickness sponge(yellow colour, green colour ,black colour ,white colour ,pink colour) 1pc 2.5cm thickness sponge 1pc D-type handle 1pair carbon brush 1pc wrench 1pc Hex key
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Obligatory: please get a dual action polisher rather than this unless you’re a pro, or you can very easily take the paint off your car.They’re frequently less than this at Argos and elsewhere, albeit without all the pads.
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Just a tip for someone that already owns a drill, polishing kits for drills can be had on ebay for 5 or 6 quid, ideal if you only intend to do some occasional polishing.


Also, instructions unclear, i'm now technically circumcised
Obligatory: please get a dual action polisher rather than this unless you’re a pro, or you can very easily take the paint off your car.They’re frequently less than this at Argos and elsewhere, albeit without all the pads.
finknottle30/03/2020 13:14

Obligatory: please get a dual action polisher rather than this unless …Obligatory: please get a dual action polisher rather than this unless you’re a pro, or you can very easily take the paint off your car.They’re frequently less than this at Argos and elsewhere, albeit without all the pads.


Isn't this a dual action polisher?
Does that mean something like this is no good as well:

aldi.co.uk/fer…500
TheShadowWalker30/03/2020 13:47

Isn't this a dual action polisher?Does that mean something like this is no …Isn't this a dual action polisher?Does that mean something like this is no good as well:https://www.aldi.co.uk/ferrex-car-polisher-1400w/p/700795314278500



It isn't dual action and neither is the ferrex. Both rotary. It doesn't make them useless for polishing, it just means you really need to know what you are doing before you just attack your car with a bottle of T cut and one of these.

Dual Action is the most recommended type for car paintwork due to ease of use for enthusiastic amateurs. You're much less likely to fark it up.
vulcanproject30/03/2020 14:34

It isn't dual action and neither is the ferrex. Both rotary. It doesn't …It isn't dual action and neither is the ferrex. Both rotary. It doesn't make them useless for polishing, it just means you really need to know what you are doing before you just attack your car with a bottle of T cut and one of these.Dual Action is the most recommended type for car paintwork due to ease of use for enthusiastic amateurs. You're much less likely to fark it up.


i see. do you have a recommendation of a good brand with a decent amount of warranty?
TheShadowWalker30/03/2020 13:47

Isn't this a dual action polisher?Does that mean something like this is no …Isn't this a dual action polisher?Does that mean something like this is no good as well:https://www.aldi.co.uk/ferrex-car-polisher-1400w/p/700795314278500



I don’t believe either is, the ‘head’ tends to be chunkier on the DA ones and it’s always mentioned in the product description. Argos have a Guild dual action one for £50, they discount them occasionally if you’re not in a hurry - or there are cheaper models on eBay but possibly with a less favourable guarantee. I’m not an expert, but the DA versions always seem to be recommended for beginners as it’s much harder to damage your paintwork with them.
TheShadowWalker30/03/2020 14:37

i see. do you have a recommendation of a good brand with a decent amount …i see. do you have a recommendation of a good brand with a decent amount of warranty?


Argos sell decent and very cheap Guild models, Halfords do their own. In between these ultra budget options of £50-£80 and the best more expensive ones (Meguiars is £250) I like the Menzerna DAS 6 v2. One of those in a kit with a few pads and polishes you're talking maybe £140.
finknottle30/03/2020 14:42

I don’t believe either is, the ‘head’ tends to be chunkier on the DA ones a …I don’t believe either is, the ‘head’ tends to be chunkier on the DA ones and it’s always mentioned in the product description. Argos have a Guild dual action one for £50, they discount them occasionally if you’re not in a hurry - or there are cheaper models on eBay but possibly with a less favourable guarantee. I’m not an expert, but the DA versions always seem to be recommended for beginners as it’s much harder to damage your paintwork with them.


Sounds good. What would the argos guild DA polisher discount to usually? Is £50 a good price?
TheShadowWalker30/03/2020 15:03

Sounds good. What would the argos guild DA polisher discount to usually? …Sounds good. What would the argos guild DA polisher discount to usually? Is £50 a good price?



Seems to have been £40 last September, that’s the lowest I’ve seen it go. I was lucky enough to get the previous Challenge version for £35, but that was only because they were clearing out the Challenge line. Nothing seems to have changed except the name. £50 is a pretty fair price with the two-year guarantee I think!
Don't forget that if buying goods from Halfords, there is a 10% saving due to the Shell app, and you can get 10% discounted gift cards for Argos and Halfords from Cardyard
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