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Festool Shinex Rotary Polisher RAP 150-21 $393.75

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Reconditioned -- 1 year warranty -- 25% off normal pricing. Festool never goes on sale so this is as good as it gets.

Normal Price: $525

6 inch Rotary Polisher (corded) -- DOES NOT COME WITH POLISHING PAD

Festool Item Number: 571011

Seller is Festool USA the US arm of Festool.

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The aim of every Festool power tool is to make your day-to-day work better and more effective. With this in mind, Festool worked closely with specialists in the woodworking and painting trades to bring you the new SHINEX Rotary Polisher. Careful attention to ergonomics and gripping options, combined with light weight and well-balanced weight distribution, make tool guidance easy and secure, especially during extended use. Variable speed allows you to perfectly adjust the tool's output for the job at hand. Double reduction gearing ensures consistent, high performance and exceptional endurance for the rapid elimination of surface defects and powerful buffing of high gloss surfaces, delivering the ultimate in finishing results. With 1200 watts of power, the SHINEX is capable to conquering the most demanding polishing applications with ease. Variable speed settings allow you to dial in the perfect speed for the application at hand between 400-2100 RPM. At only 4.6 pounds, the light weight design prevents fatigue during extended use. A fluff filter screens contaminants from polishing pads, felts, sheepskins or other environmental debris and protects the motor for longer service life. Festool offers a comprehensive assortments of polishing pads, felts, sheepskin and polishing compounds to complement the SHINEX.
1200 Watts of power to conquer the most challenging polishing tasks
Varible speed settings allow a range of speeds between 400 and 2100 RPM
Lightweight, balanced design prevents fatigue during extended use
Themal overload protection protects the tool from damage from overheating
http://www.festoolrecon.com
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i have a few festool items and i come to my senses but tough to really not like some specialized like planex if you have the need. rotaries though not very specialized.

iirc shinex has a metric thread, that's going to make some things more of a pain. You'll have to get metric extensions, backing plates,etc. anyways for rotary i have dewalt 849, a ginormous dynabrade i picked up somewhere that sounds like heck but torque to spare, couple of the flex, pe9 and pe14. i really like the flex (though they're ccp owned now too iirc). dewalt for big gelcoat cutting job (but anything will work for those), and flex ppe14 for maintenance as it's light and easy to handle, better at tight spaces not as tiring if you don't use it all day every day...really tough to beat it's weight and ergonomics There's a bazillion rotaries out there now i'd just buy anything, the main thing is ergnomics, weight ,things like slim noses, rubber nose protection so you don't bang stuff, where the speed dial is that's mostly what i notice.

Got a planex off the refurb site, it worked was complete and clean, but it's not refurb "like new" like some refurb tools you buy, certainly no doubt used look to it.

Anyways just my .02 not knocking it or the deal just throwing that bit out there
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i have a few festool items and i come to my senses but tough to really not like some specialized like planex if you have the need. rotaries though not very specialized.

iirc shinex has a metric thread, that's going to make some things more of a pain. You'll have to get metric extensions, backing plates,etc. anyways for rotary i have dewalt 849, a ginormous dynabrade i picked up somewhere that sounds like heck but torque to spare, couple of the flex, pe9 and pe14. i really like the flex (though they're ccp owned now too iirc). dewalt for big gelcoat cutting job (but anything will work for those), and flex ppe14 for maintenance as it's light and easy to handle, better at tight spaces not as tiring if you don't use it all day every day...really tough to beat it's weight and ergonomics There's a bazillion rotaries out there now i'd just buy anything, the main thing is ergnomics, weight ,things like slim noses, rubber nose protection so you don't bang stuff, where the speed dial is that's mostly what i notice.

Got a planex off the refurb site, it worked was complete and clean, but it's not refurb "like new" like some refurb tools you buy, certainly no doubt used look to it.

Anyways just my .02 not knocking it or the deal just throwing that bit out there
Great point — didn't think about the metric thread part. I also agree re: what festool is good for. Nonetheless it's a good deal if someone wants this specific item, but before finding this deal I didn't even know the shinex existed.
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