I'm just starting to look at getting an electric hand held planer.
Surfing around the net I found this Bosch 3365 on sale for $100, which
suits me pricewise.
Any opinions or recommendations on a good hand planer for a
I've had that model for the 5 or so years and I'm pleased with it.
The only odd thing is that the front round knob is the depth-of-cut
so you have to be carefull not to turn it, if holding on to it while
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
I have a Bosch, but I don't use it for fine woodworking.
It's great on a jobsite, for planing doors, fixing bad framing for trim,
window, and door jamb installation, flushing door jambs and window
frames, fitting scribe boards, and fitting replacement floor boards. It
doesn't need a real bench to hold the work.
I've never taken in out in the shop.
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