Ryobi One+ Cordless Detail Sander without Batteries CCC1801M

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This detail sander is ideal for sanding in corners or small-medium areas and for tight spaces.

  • 20000 (orbits per minute) with 1.8 mm orbit diameter
  • Supplied with a Assortment of sanding papers

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Features and benefits

Part of Ryobi's unique ONE+ system; where over 35 home and garden tools can all be powered using one battery and charger, available separately

  • Ideal for light to medium weight applications such as fine finishing and paint removal
  • Triangular pad design for sanding up to the edge in tight corners
  • Guarantee - 2 year

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Ryobi One+ Cordless Detail Sander without Batteries CCC1801M
Corded/Cordless Cordless
Number of batteries Without batteries
Voltage 18V
Battery type Li-ion
Compatibility ONE+
Orbit speed (no load) 20000
Speed control Fixed speed
Orbit diameter 1.8mm
Sanding plate length 140mm
Sanding plate width 100mm
Switch type Trigger switch
Sanding sheet attachment Hook and loop
Weight 1.3kg

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