Erbauer ERB382SDR Random Orbit Sander 230-240V
Erbauer orbital sander
This sander is built like a tank very robust
Bit on the heavy side compared to ya little light diy types
Very comfortable handles front one adjustable up and down
Remove dust bag leaving housing on slip ya vacume hose in and away u go very little dust if any (depending how good your vacume is)
Also the assorted sanding discs out of (AldI)fit a treat
Reliability only 4 because I've just bought it
16 Feb 2015
This is the very first time that I've used an orbital sander and I have to say, even for an occasional DIYer like me it was vey easy to use with easy to change Velcro sanding discs that gave at least, if not better results than I was expecting!
My main aim of buying this orbital sander was to do around the edges of a wooden floor where I had sanded the bulk of it with a belt sander( that was the same make of this) which didn't reach the edges. It exceeded my expectations, so I was able to go over the whole floor with relative ease and tidy up any marks or grime that the belt sander didn't complete. The sander has got a good feel to it and is easy to manoeuvre around the floor surface. It did very well in getting right up to the skirting board edge. The only down side for me is that it doesn't get all the way into the right angled corners, but that was probably me expecting miracles!!
I would fully recommend this product and I hope that it gives me many years of DIY fun!!
I have given the product 4 stars as I have never had anything else to compare it with, also I have only just bought it, so I can't give a honest assessment of its reliability.
13 Jan 2015
Just what I needed.
Renovating a kitchen, small enough to use comfortably, able to do job
13 Dec 2014
Erbauer ERB382SDR Sander
Appears well built - nice and solid. Bought to sand a table top before re-waxing. Worked a treat, making light work of it and the bag collected most of the dust! Only had it a week, so can't talk about long term reliability, but looking forward to more renovation projects!
12 Dec 2014