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Universal Fit 80 grit Sanding belt (W)76mm (L)533mm, Pack of 3

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Universal Fit 80 grit Sanding belt (W)76mm (L)533mm, Pack of 3
£10.81
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Product information

Suitable for a variety of sanding tasks, this pack of 3 medium 80 grit sanding belts, are ideal for sanding most materials, and will fit most brands of 76 x 533mm belt sanders.

  • Medium
  • Unpunched
  • Suitable for - Filler, metal, plaster & wood

Features and benefits

  • 80 is a medium grit level, ideal for sanding most materials
  • Compatible with most brands of 76 x 533mm belt sanders

Specifications

Backing materialCloth
BrandUniversal Fit
Grit80 grit
Grit materialAluminium oxide
Pack quantity3
Pack typePack
Product length533mm
Product length (imperial)21"
Product typeSanding belt
Product weight160g
Product width76mm
Product width (imperial)3"
Product code3663602450191

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Lazygit - 3 months ago

Gave up trying to sand oak sleepers with these belts. Utterly useless. They caused the sander to bump repeatedly each time the belt seam rotated and caused chatter marks in the wood. No issue with my previous belts. Bought some new ones from another DIY store (cheaper and a pack of 5 belts rather than the 3 pack from B&Q reviewed here) which fixed the problem. Checked other belts in the store when I returned these and they all have a very pronounced seam/join so not fit for purpose. Avoid this brand. To be fair B&Q refunded without question.

Next to useless.

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BiffyR - 3 months ago

These belts managed to last around 20 minutes each on my belt sander. One split apart at the joint and the other two disintegrated from a tear on the outside edge.

By comparison, the old belts had been on the tool for so long that I don't actually remember buying them.

I thought new belts would be a performance upgrade, but I've put one of the old ones back on and although it's a bit clogged from use on oily woods it's still going strong.

I would say something like "you get what you pay for", but these belts weren't cheap at over £10.00 for three.

Just avoid.