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STANLEY® FATMAX® 18V Li-Ion Random Orbital Sander (Bare unit)

Features & Benefits

  • Multi position handle for increased control and usage
  • Dust sealed rocker switch
  • Dust Extraction for easy vac attachment
  • Dust collection bag
  • 1 x Mesh sanding sheet provides optimal sanding and dust extraction
  • Compact & lightweight design with ergonomic rubber overmould
  • Part of the STANLEY FATMAX® 18V cordless Li-Ion system
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  • Specifications
SKUFMCW220B
Height (mm)137
Voltage (V)18
No Load Speed (rpm)12000
Weight (kg)0.90

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STANLEY® FATMAX® 18V Li-Ion Random Orbital Sander (Bare unit) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

97 reviews

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Ease of use
9.5
Features
8.8
Performance
9.0
Design and Ergonomics
9.0
Reliability
9.3
Run-time
8.1
Value for money
8.8
Overall rating
9.1
Scores 9.1 out of 10 based on 97 reviews
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8 out of 10

Tony

Exeter GB DIY-user
+
Compatibility with batteries is useful.
Solid build
Absolutely chews lower capacity batteries maybe 15 mins on a fairly new 2Ah
Confirmed purchase: 23 January 2020
Published on: 13 February 2020
10 out of 10

Ian

GB DIY-user
+
Overall good producy
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 25 December 2019
Published on: 19 January 2020
8 out of 10

tim

Newcastle under Lyme GB DIY-user
+
Easy to use and handle
Doesn’t collect enough dust in the collection bag
Confirmed purchase: 26 December 2019
Published on: 16 January 2020
10 out of 10

Tim

Sheffield GB
+
Lightweight and great manoeuvrability, but still sturdy,great grip
Lack of use with the smaller batteries, but still does the job,,,,have to get the job done quicker.
Confirmed purchase: 25 December 2019
Published on: 16 January 2020
9 out of 10

Tyrone

Leeds GB DIY-user
+
Nice little sander for price, it’s good that I can use battery from my tarmac drill.
Found nothing to dislike yet.
Confirmed purchase: 17 December 2019
Published on: 07 January 2020