If anyone's been thinking about trying one of those, I noticed on the
Sears site just now that they're on sale for under 10 bucks today
At that price I may just go pick one up--for ten bucks how bad can it
I bought a Ryobi a couple years ago, on sale for $9 at Home Depot. I
heard they weren't much good, but figured for the price...
Totally worthless. Vibrates in your hand real nice, but doesn't
transfer much if any motion to the sandpaper. Most of it's sanding
seems to come from moving the machine back and forth versus it's effort.
Save your 10 bucks. This is quite possibly the most worthless tool ever
made. I one got one for free so this is not quite as drastic as it would be
for a tool that was bought and paid for, but it is the only
still-functioning tool I have ever just thrown in the trash.
To e-mail, replace "bucketofspam" with "dleegordon"
I got one of their packs of many disks at practically nothing when the
Sears Hardware store closed. I think it will be a lifetime supply
how little value there is in the tool. I actually tried it for sanding the
hull of a wooden ship model - not heavy duty sanding and should have
been the right tool given the curved surfaces. Had the disks (the
plastic piece - not the sandpaper) pop off. Went back to hand sanding.
SAve the $10
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