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SV12SG Palm sander

200W

Found it a very comfortable sander to use for reasonable periods.
Powerfull, but if you put a lot of pressure on it, the orbital action stops.
It creates an excellent finish when used with fine paper, but can also remove a lot with coarser papers.
The on/off switch could benifit from being rotated so its a little easier to operate with your finger. The paper clips are strong and easy to undo. Its supplied with a punch plate.
The dust bag isnt brilliant when using very fine abrasives, the finer dust seems to just blow straight through. Vibration is minimal.

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i had that palm sander and the plate vibrated off, and all dust just passes straight through the dust bag.........got a makita one now, much better.

If you have one, i would check their rubbish plate screws regularly.......and buy a dust mask.


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