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Makita 9237C 10 Amp 7-Inch Variable Speed Polisher/Sander for detailing and polishing $118.20

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Best price I've ever seen on this polisher. Per the specs and reviews, there likely isn't another one out there at this price point. Found it on Amazon, not sure if it is a Cyber Monday deal or not, but per the Amazon Price History- this is the lowest it has ever been on there.

https://www.amazon.com/Makita-923...955&sr=8-1
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This is the best buffer out there. Plenty of power, great control with variable speed, balanced and other pro features. I would buy again if I didn't have one. It's a workhorse
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Is it better to hold out for a DA style vs this rotary? I'm not a pro, I just have a newer black car that needs paint corrections
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Noticed the DeWalt is $118 on Amazon after $25off promo which is another great option. I don't recall the differences.or if one is better

I sold my Makita a few yrs ago and just use my UDM and Griot's RO and anymore
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Is it better to hold out for a DA style vs this rotary? I'm not a pro, I just have a newer black car that needs paint corrections
Get a DA, way more user friendly... Griot's is solid
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Is it better to hold out for a DA style vs this rotary? I'm not a pro, I just have a newer black car that needs paint corrections
I like a DA, but this gives you both hands to hold onto. I use this for our boat and the DA is tough to use unless I get it up high enough. However, I do have both around as they both serve a purpose. I know they have two handed DA, I just have a Gedu 5"
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I saw the dewalt on sale too, so after debating which to get, I went with dewalt which has better warranty, slightly more powerful motor, and a bit lighter/more comfortable (acc. to some reviews from pro users). I own a lot of other dewalt tools, which influenced me, as well. However, I found enough positives about both models from users that I could have comfortably gone with either one.
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