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Stanley 40mm Surform Plane

Stanley 40mm Surform Plane

£13.38
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Product details

Product information

  • 1 year

Features and benefits

  • Quick release

Specifications

Blade materialSteel
Blade width40mm
Body materialSteel
Model name/number5-21-103
Pack quantity1
Product length169mm
Product weight172g
Product width268mm
Product code3253565211030

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3.14 / 5(7 reviews)

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Fiddleboy - 1 year ago

Bought this to level off some floorboards, and it did a great job with minimum elbow grease.

light & easy to use

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plumco - 3 years ago

saves carrying a heavy plane or a full tool kit from Newcastle to Aberdeen

Great lightweight tool

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Flash43 - 3 years ago

Really good little plane for taking small amounts off the bottom my lounge doors after fitting a new carpet.

Not good value

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Al 1 - 5 years ago

You can buy the exact same one at engineering agencies for just over £8 & on top of that, it isn't very efficient.

A bit of a mistake

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Aidan2015 - 5 years ago

On the plus sides this planer has a very straight "grating" edge, is reasonably solid for being made out of plastic and does leave a good smooth finish.

I can only image this tool has a very specific function in which it performs well, but I don't know what that function is. I've tried this on a number of materials including hard and soft woods, along and against the grain. It does take off wood, but incredibly slowly (to plane a 3mm thick piece of pine down by a millimeter expect to be at it for at least 10 minutes). Sandpaper is a much quicker way to go.

It does however do an excellent job of taking off dried gorilla glue... but that's the only use I've found for it.

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