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    Default cheap alternative

    drywallschool.com

    rather than buying expensive drywall sanders .
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/6-AIR-RAND...item27bb05947e .

    coupled with a small compresser .

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    Mmmmm Dust bag dosn't seem too big!
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    That second offering seems a good buy.
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    Seems about the price of a fortnights rental!!

    Can't be bad. But then again. You only get what you pay for!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain perfect View Post
    Seems about the price of a fortnights rental!!

    Can't be bad. But then again. You only get what you pay for!!
    never a true a word spoken! will probably do the job fine until............. you need spare parts which very rarely exist for these cheaper chinese imports, we sell more in spares value than actual machines in a year. i would always buy a power tool that i could get spares for, even my own tools i have for woodwork and gardening etc etc otherwise you end up buying twice or get caught out when you really need it and lose a day or twos work which = money down the drain!

    we are very close to offering finance on purchases over 300 - will repost with some rate nd figures in next few days
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    Quote Originally Posted by chester View Post
    rather than buying expensive drywall sanders .
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/6-AIR-RAND...item27bb05947e .

    coupled with a small compresser .
    if it's a cheap (ish) alternative you want then the eibenstock hand held sanders are pretty decent. only 200 from refina at the moment...

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