When is comes to big jobs like re-doing your hardwood floors or your deck, the everyday random orbital sander is just too small for a job so tough. That’s why the tool of choice is a belt sander. The New Ryobi 18V ONE+ Brushless Belt Sander makes it easy for you to accomplish bringing any wooden surface to its core material in seconds (not minutes), all while being cordless.
TOOL: RYOBI ONE+ Brushless Belt Sander
BATTERY: 18 V
BELT: 3 X 18in
BELT SPEED: Up to 850 FPM
TOOL WEIGHT: 7.6 lbs
WARRANTY: 3 Year
The motor is conveniently mounted on the front for a more comfortable weight distribution. This allows for you to have a natural forward pressure to allow the tool to lead the way.
This sander removes 325 grams of material per battery charge. The Brushless belt sander is just one of the over 70 tools that you can universally use the battery ONE+ battery, which saves you money.
The front pommel handle has 5-point adjustment capabilities for comfort and versatility. You now can comfortably set yourself up to be positioned hovering over the tool, in front of the tool, or even behind the tool, all with comfort and stability.
This sander has GRIPZONE Overmold with micro-texture for optimum grip and user comfort. Because of this, the tool makes it an extension of you. There is no more trying to hold on because the DRIPZONE Overmold puts control in your hands.
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