PORTER-CABLE 371 2-1/2-Inch by 14-Inch Compact Belt Sander

ASIN: B003YL4530
Post : 6 mon ago (January 27, 2017) | 66 views.

Feature :

  • Textured rubber body grip provides comfortable non-slip surface
  • Flush side enables sanding up to perpendicular surface
  • Metal components provide durability for professional applications
  • Dust sealed, recessed switch offers accessibility while minimizing unintended turn-offs
  • Removable auxiliary handle offers better control when two-handed use is desired. Cord exit grip offers auxiliary gripping for various orientations

  • List Price : $99.99
  • Price : $94.99
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  • Price on Fri, 27 Jan 2017 02:45:12

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Includes 2-1/2 in. x 14 in. Compact Belt Sander - 371R, 80-Grit Sanding Belt, Dust Port, Removable Auxiliary Handle Amazon.com Porter-Cable's 371 compact and lightweight belt sander is ideal for DIY and professional applications like paint removal, above, and smoothing counter edges, below (view larger). The 371 compact belt sander features a textured rubber grip for easy one- and two-handed control (view larger). The Porter-Cable 371 2-1/2-inch by 14-inch compact belt sander is equipped with a slew of features that make it ideal for any number of DIY and professional applications. Its textured rubber body grip offers a comfortable and user-friendly non-slip surface for one-handed use, while the included auxiliary handle provides better two-handed control when required. Ideal for scraping paint off of metal and wood, flush sanding up against perpendicular surfaces, sanding down wood and composite materials, and more, the 371 also features a dust collector to keep your workspace clean and your project on track. Super Sanding at Any Angle The 371 sander measures 2-1/2 inches wide by 14 inches long and weighs just 5 pounds, making for a compact power tool with a textured rubber grip for easy one-handed control. Its low center of gravity delivers a balanced feel in a variety of orientations, whether you’re sanding a vertical surface inside a tricky recessed space or a horizontal surface at an awkward angle. The cord exit grip provides secondary gripping capability when two hands are necessary. Designed with a flush side so as to brush right up to a perpendicular surface, it covers a wide surface area. A dust-sealed power switch is recessed, allowing for accessibility while reducing the hassle of accidentally turning it off mid-job. The included removable dust port keeps your work area free of debris so that your space is clean and readily visible at all times. Easily and efficiently sand down tabletops or cabinet doors, scrape paint from wooden

PORTER-CABLE 371 2-1/2-Inch by 14-Inch Compact Belt Sander :

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