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Draper 230V Tri-Palm Sander with 28 Accessories £19.99 (Free Click & Collect available or £4.95 P&P) @ Robert Dyas
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
This tri-palm sander from Draper is ideal for sanding into awkward areas and features a soft-grip handle and lightweight design for comfortable use. The hook and loop base pad m… Read more

Hi, M/S is the measurement they use to assess vibration. HSE has a calculator, but basically less is better :) For something sensibly priced, I would highly recommend the Makita M9204 Random Orbit. Random orbits give the best level of finish, but being circular means they cannot get into corners etc. It's low rating for vibration too (I think 3.5 m/s). If you specifically need to get into corners, go for a 1/4 or 1/3 sheet sander. The Makita M9203 is about £35 on Amazon, so again well priced. The Bosch green PSS 250 AE is another option and £45 from B&Q. Ideal world, you would have both - A random orbit and a sheet/finishing sander. But the red Makita stuff is generally good quality for the price - older Makita pro designs, but made in China rather than Japan.


Hello, what is m/s , just so as I know. And is there one You would recommend . not necessarily at this price ? Thanks (y)


It's a good price, but cheap sanders can are pretty unusable due to vibration. This is 9.6m/s which is probably the highest I have seen on a sander. A have a couple Bosch sanders - the random orbit is 2.5 m/s (admittedly, it's best in class) and the tri sander like this is 5 m/s. Worth being aware of - you shouldn't be using something like this for longer than 30 mins at a time.

Blacker+Decker 55 W Detail Mouse Electric Sander with 6 Sanding Sheets, BEW230-GB - £12.50 instore @ Wilko, Peterborough
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th MayLocalLocal
Found it in Wilko Peterborough , Orton gate

Had one of these for about 15 yrs. Great little DIY sander.


I want one of these!!!


Have to agree, even with modest use the velcro pad starts falling apart.


WORX, sometimes stylized as Worx, is a line of lawn and garden equipment and power tools owned and distributed by the Positec Tool Corporation, a manufacturing company based in Suzhou, China, with North American headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina


The power of a once-great brand name! B&D isn't what it used to be; it's Chinese rubbish these days . I've had one of these and one of their saws fail after limited use (I did manage to get my money back on the saw). WORX do a far superior one for just a little more money.

Dewalt Sheet Sander DCW200B £87.85 sold by Amazon US at Amazon
Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd MayShipping from United StatesShipping from United States
I've seen the circular mini cordless sander come up a few times but I don't think this on has been posted yet. Been looking for one for a while and this is the cheapest I've seen i… Read more

i ordered one on 26th April and it arrived today, 8 days total isn't to shaby :)


Nice deal. Thanks for this @Shay991


It is not understanding that palm Sanders are generally used with finer paper for final finishing or detail work


I have to agree, they're worlds apart.


Out of curiosity, what do people use palm sanders for now? Haven't touched mine in 10 years since I got a random orbit sander.

DeWalt 18v sander DCW210N £124.99 @ Powertoolmate
Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Currently the best price for this version of the DCW210. NOT to be confused with the cheaper US version currently available from Amazon. You can register this model for the 3yr wa… Read more

It comes with a clip in dust bag which works well so vacuum dust extraction isn't a must. If its going to be used solely in one place it might be beneficial to save a few pound and buy the corded but the cordless really is great to grab and go and plenty of power to replace a corded fully, kills two birds in my opinion (y)


Is a corded version not better? Won't you be using with dust extraction anyway? Genuine question. Got some cabinets and a dining table to sand down


AVE is also a good one on YouTube


Yes. An all inclusive kit will set you back closer to £300



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BOSCH GREEN PBS-75A 240v Belt sander 75 x 533mm belt £68.82 + £4.50 delivery at powertool-supplies
Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Normally over £100 the next best I can see is Amazon at £80. Powerful and robust belt sander - for a high material removal rate on large surfaces Perfect handling - easy to contro… Read more

" Normally over £100 . . " sure , back in the 90's . Had 3 of these .


Can be run upside-down which is a real bonus


Agree with this. It's a great item, belts are cheap and easy to use


Remember to use dust extraction


Bought one of these when it was on offer at Amazon for £66 a few weeks ago. Excellent product and handles very well. A good buy even at the current price!

Bosch GEX 18V-125 Cordless RO Sander (Bare) in L-BOXX + Free Battery Promo - £160.85 @ Campbell Miller Tools
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Posted 27th AprPosted 27th Apr
Here we have the 'Bosch GEX 18V-125' 18v Brushless cordless random orbit sander in L-BOXX (Bosch Code: 0601372200) for £160.85. It is the bare tool, BUT Bosch are currently … Read more

Too late anyway as it's now dropped to £155, which is below the threshold to claim the free battery anyway. (annoyed)


So no good for refinishing skirting once it's stripped?


I understand the need of the product companies to produce items to extend their battery powered line ups, but there are several products which are extremely niche for cordless applications. When are you really going to need a cordless sander like this when there's no available mains power available? Building sites are usually 110V and they never finish timber with a sander anyway. If it's paint then a half sheet rectangular tool is better as this can't get into corners. The mains power version of this is £99 at Screwfix and is going to be a much more effective tool.


I have all Bosch pro power tools.and they have never skipped a beat for years touch wood....I also use third party batteries which again have been spot on.


Is this to replace the Bosch GSS 18V? I've been keeping my eye on the bare unit + accessory and L-boxx on Amazon - hasn't budged much from £109. I like the accessories make it so it can be used in corners unlike these round ones. Anybody have it? Would you recommend?