Bosch 1294VSK 2.3 Amp Corner Detail Sander Kit
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- 2.3 amps and 13,000 to 19,000 OPM ensures fast, smooth results on all surfaces
- True finishing sander motion with no arcing or pivoting; tool-free pad changes
- Ergonomic soft-grip top designed for comfort
- Includes 20 sanding sheets, extension plate, 2 narrow extensions (flat/oval), plastic case
- 2.4-pounds; 1-year warranty
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Designed for tradesmen and serious woodworkers, this sturdy detail sander kit features Bosch’s revolutionary micro-filter dust canister for cleaner material, happier sanding, and healthier lungs. A true random orbit finishing motion--not an arc or pivot-- delivers precise, even finishing in corners and tight spaces with no swirls. An ergonomic soft-grip handle and low-vibration design ensures smooth running and optimal comfort. Vibrating at 13,000 to 19,000 orbits per minute, this double-insulated sander ensures fast, smooth results on all surfaces. Great for reconditioning trim without making a mess of the drywall, the sander comes with an array of sheet extenders for easily reaching into fine groove details, nooks, and contours for clean, smooth surfaces ready for paint or stain. A handy dial selection lets you choose 6 different speeds for sanding a wide variety of materials. Unlike many sanding pads that wear unevenly, rendering sheets useless when most of the grit is still there, this detail sander’s triangular pads turn a full 120 degrees to utilize the whole sheet. Hook-and-loop attachment makes it easy to attach and detach grits through each stage of the sanding process without ruining sheets. The purchase is covered by a Bosch, limited 1-year warranty. What’s in the Box
20 sanding sheets, extension plate, 2 narrow extensions (flat/oval), plastic case
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Please email me a site to buy parts or allow me to return both units as I am barely satisfied..
I need two extension plates ( might as well by 10 cause they will break)
2 steel clips ( again buy extras)
I'm not sure what the other part is called but I need it too..
I'm really hoping this seller will contact me
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i purchased this deatil sander (+ a 5" ro sander) to recondition the woodwork in our home (trim, casing, doors, closets, etc). the sander easily handled the trim work without destroying the drywall, the window casing corners and nooks, and even the countoured trim nicely.
some if its good features include:
*) a dial selection of speed settings from 1 - 6.
*) unlike the dremel this unit boasts true random orbit sanding.
*) the main sanding pad is shaped like a triangle and can be reorientated 120 degrees to get full usage of the sanding sheets w/o tearing off the sanding sheets.
*) good selection of sanding sheet extenders.
*) dust port for shop vac attachment.
*) sturdy construction.
i compared this unit to the dremel and felt the dremel was too flimsy, especially where the sanding pad attaches to the main body. the bosch's sanding pad is more sturdy and locks into place solidly with no play.
i am satisified with this tool, it even performed better than i expected.
This tool can kick up some dusts if you don't connect it to a shop vac. I am not talking about a lot of dusts -- much much less dusts than those coming from a circular saw or an angle-grinder. Still, connecting it to a shop vac will keep the dusts in the air to the minimum. I use Bosch VAC001 15-ft friction fit hose to connect it to a shop vac, and they work fine together.
We can turn the triangle-shaped sanding pad around. Then we can use all three corners of the triangle-shaped sand paper. This is a necessary feature because most of the wears are at the corner of the sand paper.
Please note that although this sander is relatively low profile, its handle is long. This means you may not be able to use it in very tight space (as in a small shoe rack). In that case, you may want to sand the surface before you assemble the pieces together; then you don't have any corner to sand.
The only downside is that you probably cannot find the right kind of sand papers in your local stores if you finish using the sand papers that come with the kit. Therefore, you may want to order sand paper in advance.