Here’s the Deal
Slant is powered by a community that helps you make informed decisions. Tell us what you’re passionate about to get your personalized feed and help others.
Cordless tools are both safer and more pleasant to use, compared to the regular corded electrical power tools. With this tool, you are no longer dependant on power outlets, and there is no more need to watch out for dangerous power cables. Additionally, this way it's easier to work in tight, hard-to-reach spaces. See More
Despite the relatively low price of this power tool, it does feel good and solid to handle. First, the handle is covered in vulcanized, rubber-coated plastic, making it feel like a rock. The rubber coating provides excellent traction between your palm and the tool. Moreover, this palm sander is very well sealed. There is simply no way for dust to get into this unit. See More
Due to the large 5" sanding pad and a variable speed feature, this palm sander is very versatile regarding what it can be used for. A combination of slow (7000 RPM) speed and a rough, grit 60 sanding pad allows you to remove a large volume of material rapidly. For example, with the given settings you'll easily level wooden doors within a couple of minutes. On the other hand, if you use fast speed (11000 RPM) and a fine sanding disk, you'll be able to achieve a smooth surface finish. See More
The cordless design of this palm sander makes it particularly useful for working on large areas and construction sites, where the access to the electricity might be limited. It is also safer to work with the cordless tools, as the cords themselves can be dangerous (you can cut it or slip on it). See More