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Ryobi ONE+ Drill/Sander/Vac Starter kit with 3 Batteries & Bag - £150 click and collect @ Argos
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
The Ryobi R18PDPSHV-315S is a ONE+ Triple kit featuring the R18PD3 Combi Drill, R18PS Palm Sander, R18HV Hand Vac and 3 x ONE+ 1.5Ah batteries. The R18PD3 is a Combi Drill ideal for drilling…

Random question. Does anyone else dislike their old style batteries?


Sander, good. Drill, great. Vacuum.... Umm, you'd be better off trying to suck things up yourself - it's rubbish!


Decent price..remember this is aimed at putting the odd shelf up or a bit of pre decorating sanding...not a tradesman...


Did think about getting the hand vac separately, will swerve that one.


The hand vac is rubbish and 1.5Ah batteries aren't brilliant, but still a great price for a starter kit that you can build up from. Heat added.

DeWalt DWE6423 125mm 280 Watt Random Orbit Sander 240v £72.79 at powertoolmate ebay
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
The DEWALT DWE6423 Random Orbit Sander has a variable speed motor that adjusts from 8,000-12,000 orbits per minute, providing the ideal sanding speed for all materials. Offering low vibratio…

I doubt it the dewalt cordless random orbital is almost double. Unless you use the sander as much as you do a cordless drill i don’t see the point for the cost. Good luck if you find one cheaper (y)


Is there a version that's cordless? Around the same price?

Additional TCB mine tracked at 72p


Oh yeah this is the 240v version, not a bad price if you can deal with the cord


Wouldn't mind the cordless version

BLACK+DECKER 55 W Detail Mouse Electric Sander with 6 Sanding Sheets, BEW230-GB - £20 @ Amazon
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Seems like a great deal! Manufacturer‎ Black & Decker Part Number‎ BEW230-GB Product Dimensions‎ 10 x 25.5 x 16.5 cm; 952.54 Grams Hope it helps you (popcorn)

You can get various types of sand paper velcro backed for this sander on eBay. £4.24 for 20 cut sheets. No idea if that's good value but may be of interest. I used this sander to sand my staircase, metal railings, parts of radiators, walls, door frames but it's messy. I obviously don't know how to extract the dust. But does the job.


I must agree, I borrowed one, I burnt it out, and was only using mininium, not overdoing it ,had to buy another and never got the use. Morale, don't borrow tools.... Especially cheap ones.


I also had one of the original ones which I quickly burnt out so went and bought another one which i never got around to using. Anyone want a mint condition 15 year old version (y)


I see £20 as a standard price for this regardless of what the RRP says. Between the various retailers you don't have to wait long to pay £20. Amazon has had it at £20 for almost 2 years straight bar a few blips at around £15. Don't pay more than this.


Nearly got one of these last week when they were £18 but went with the Aldi one at £15 in the end.

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Bosch Home and Garden PEX 300 AE Random Orbit Sander (270 W, in case) £51.99 @ Amazon
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Bosch PEX 300 AE Universal Random Orbit Sander: Endless Possibilities, One Machine Do your complex renovation projects demand the highest standards with regard to precision, power and comfor…

Trend make very sticky ones. You can get them from toolstation


They don't make backing pads like they used to ! You can glue your own velcro onto an old backing pad.


The unbalance you speak of, is called an orbit. It varies from Sander to Sander, but generally the larger the orbit the more material it will remove in each oscillation. If it losing sheets, this will be down to the sheet brand or a worn backing pad. Swirls only occur when you haven't gone up the grits enough to "erase" the swirls to become invisible


i have one and its great, being a random orbit sander it isnt perfectly smooth to use, not sure if that is what simonspeakeasy is reffering to? :)


I have this and it's not quite up to standard. Maybe it's just mine, but the sanding head isn't perfectly balanced which means it vibrates a lot. And the sanding sheets don't stay on for as long as I would like; I suspect that the unbalanced head is responsible for this. Removes material well and leaves a smooth non-swirly finish. Good price and much better than a non-orbit model, so not voted either way.

Einhell Multiple Sander TE-OS 18/150 Li - Solo Power X-Change (No Battery & Charger) - £23.79 Delivered @ Amazon
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Good deal even better if you have einhell batteries, check if it takes the large 4.0 batteries Added by @AJ10 Description Enjoy cordless freedom today Limitless range thanks to Ein…
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I have this and a bigger Makita orbital sander. Both bought this year. Both are equally pants at dust containment :) Situation improves dramatically with addition of a vacuum cleaner gaffa taped o to the extraction port. The Einhell comes with an adapter if that's your thing.


The vibration from this wore down the battery contacts on my 2Ah battery to almost nothing and also caused one of the internal nickel strips to fatigue and snap. The dust collector lid doesnt click down properly on the rear so ejects most of the dust Good for light use


Orbital sander is also reduced


Only doing handrail, stringer. It's ranch/plank style so large flat surfaces.


For the footfall try and lend a belt sander especially if old house (y)