Mac Allister Corded 450W Random Orbit Sander HB450RS

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Product code:
05209132

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Mac Allister Corded 450W Random Orbit Sander HB450RS

Product code:
05209132
Mac Allister Corded 450W Random Orbit Sander HB450RS

Price

£35.00

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This corded random orbit sander is ideal for sanding or polishing.

  • 11000 rpm (orbits per minute) with orbit diameter and Variable to produce a smooth, fine finish
  • long sanding plate
  • Supplied with a cable, Dust bag to help keep workspaces clean and 3 sanding sheets, dust canister and vacuum adaptor

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  • Guarantee - 3 year

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Mac Allister Corded 450W Random Orbit Sander HB450RS
Corded/Cordless Corded
Power output 450W
Orbit speed (no load) 11000rpm
Speed control Variable
Handle type Soft grip handle
Sanding sheet attachment Hook and loop
Dust extraction Dust bag

Alternative product

Bosch Corded 220W Random Orbit Sander PEX 220 A

Product code:
3165140327886
Product rating
4.5 out of 5 stars
Current price
£50

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