Bosch 240V Corded 250W PSS250AE Random Orbit Sander

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This compact and powerful corded 240V random orbit sander from Bosch comes with a dust collection unit, keeping the mess of sanding down surfaces to a minimum, and a hook and loop sanding sheet attachment. The 185mm sanding length and 93mm sanding width ensures a precise sanded finish within a specific area. The variable speed control and soft grip handle combine to give you greater control whilst working. It comes with a safety cut out feature built in for added safety, especially if you've been working for a prolonged period of time. The carry case makes it easy to transport and store whilst not in use.

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Technical specification of Bosch 240V Corded 250W PSS250AE Random Orbit Sander
Brand Bosch
Sanding sheet attachment Hook and loop
Plug Fitted Plug included
Power input 250W
Model PSS250AE

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