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Black+Decker 2.4-Amp Corded Random Orbital Sander

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Lowe's.com has Black+Decker 2.4-Amp Corded Random Orbital Sander (BDERO600) on sale for $24.98. Shipping is free for MyLowe's Members (free to sign up) or you may select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks Rokket

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  • Our research indicates that the price of this Black+Decker 2.4-Amp Corded Random Orbital Sander (BDERO600) is $4.02 lower (14% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $29 at the time of this posting.
  • Features a paddle switch for natural sander actuation, a compact 5" design for tight spaces, a high-performance dust collection system and runs up to 14,000 orbits per minute.

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Lowe's has the BLACK+DECKER 2.4-Amp Corded Orbital Sander for $24.98.
Free parcel shipping for MyLowe's members.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/BLACK-DE...1000698400

Description:
Paddle switch for natural sander actuation
A compact design gives this 5-in random orbit sander the ability to sand in tight spaces
A high-performance dust collection system keeps your work space clean
14,000 orbits per minute

Compare to:
Walmart - $29.00
Amazon - $29.00
Home Depot - $33.99
Ace Hardware - $44.99
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If you're using a sander weekly that's a lot more than the average home owner. Sounds more like that's your trade. Sanders aren't too expensive. You could get another dewalt near $50. I think Ace had them on sale less than $40 recently. Since yours isn't dead yet I'd look for something a little above average. Personally I wouldn't consider harbor freight an upgrade over the Black n Decker.
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Black and Decker produces horrible quality tools IMO, so no don't replace a DeWalt with a Black and Decker. Spend about $10 more and go with Harbor Freight at least.
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Will this work for weekly sanding?

I have a DeWalt that is halfway broken and don't want to blow the bank replacing.
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Will this work for weekly sanding?

I have a DeWalt that is halfway broken and don't want to blow the bank replacing.
Should just get a harbor freight with a warranty or if u burn it out in 90 days u get a free one
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Will this work for weekly sanding?

I have a DeWalt that is halfway broken and don't want to blow the bank replacing.
Black and Decker produces horrible quality tools IMO, so no don't replace a DeWalt with a Black and Decker. Spend about $10 more and go with Harbor Freight at least.
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Black and decker I had died after minor use. My harbor freight one which I expected to be disposable is actually chugging along just fine. My experience.
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Will this work for weekly sanding?

I have a DeWalt that is halfway broken and don't want to blow the bank replacing.
If you're using a sander weekly that's a lot more than the average home owner. Sounds more like that's your trade. Sanders aren't too expensive. You could get another dewalt near $50. I think Ace had them on sale less than $40 recently. Since yours isn't dead yet I'd look for something a little above average. Personally I wouldn't consider harbor freight an upgrade over the Black n Decker.
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If you're using a sander weekly that's a lot more than the average home owner. Sounds more like that's your trade. Sanders aren't too expensive. You could get another dewalt near $50. I think Ace had them on sale less than $40 recently. Since yours isn't dead yet I'd look for something a little above average. Personally I wouldn't consider harbor freight an upgrade over the Black n Decker.
Rigid has some with that lovely lifetime warranty. If it's something that typically won't break within a few years of use, they'll replace it.
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I have used this B&D sander a lot over the last three years and it was worked wonderfully. This is the only B&D tool I own and it works great. Good power and the dust extraction works well enough. Not terribly loud and the on/off switch is in a good position. Wouldn't hesitate to buy another at this price.
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Black and Decker produces horrible quality tools IMO, so no don't replace a DeWalt with a Black and Decker. Spend about $10 more and go with Harbor Freight at least.
Black and decker is the absolute worst. They have successfully managed to take a well reputed brand and completely destroy it by making cheap crap.
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I borrowed this black and decker model from a co-worker once before I bought my own sander and I found it very crappy...

Take a look at Makita's random orbital sander. I am not a professional. I spent about ~$65-70 on it at home depot a year ago and I've used it to sand down 50% of the walls and ceilings in my apartment, metal railings on my balcony... still works like the day I bought it... I bought the slightly more expensive model which came with a handle bar side grip thing which I think makes life easier, especially for ceilings. They make a cheaper version for $50ish IIRC, which is the exact same thing as the more expensive version, but without the handle.

The best part is it holds on to cheapo chinese orbital sanding pads very very well, I think I've had only one fly off ever. I like to use these pads when I start on my walls because I'm getting off like 60 years worth of shitty paint jobs and move to a higher quality pad for finishing.

Catches ton of dirt/dust too.

Just my opinion, not an expert. There are probably a ton of people here that know better than me.
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Black and decker is the absolute worst. They have successfully managed to take a well reputed brand and completely destroy it by making cheap crap.
One of my orbitals just broke recently and I bought a rigid to replace it and it's awesome!

I also hook my shop vac up to the exhaust port to catch most of the dust.

I know it's twice as much so percentage wise it is a big difference but it's not really much more money for much higher quality sander

I got the rigid from home depot for $59

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-5-in-Random-Orbital-Sander-with-AIRGUARD-Technology-R26011/100053683
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Does this work or have a buffer pad for vehicles for waxing?
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Amazon has a desktop only deal for 23.95 (tax included) when I used their Chrome extension to find the product. This is what the promo information stated.
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I've had good luck with lots of B&D tools, especially their 20V cordless line like drill, weed trimmer, etc, but if you expect this to be the same quality as a Makita one (the best, hands down) or even a Dewalt or Rigid, then your life is probably full of disappointments. I don't have this sander so I can't comment on how well it works.

NOTE: Some Walmart stores still have Hyper Tough 2.4A orbital sanders on clearance for $5, a big YMMV, which are likely closer to this B&D model. I snagged a couple of them, and they seem ok enough for light use.
Hyper Tough 2112 2.4-Amp Corded Random Orbit Sander [walmart.com] (Walmart website link for reference, probably not worth $2000)
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