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DEWALT 20-Volt MAX XR Cordless Brushless 1/4 Sheet Variable Speed Sander + 20-Volt 2 Ah Li-Ion Battery and Charger + Free shipping @ HomeDepot $99

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The 20-Volt MAX XR brushless cordless 1/4-sheet variable speed sander provides you with the power and run-time needed to get the job done. A variable-speed dial provides speed control from 8,000 OPM to 14,000 OPM for a variety of jobs. 1-handed locking dust bag attaches securely to the sander to aid in dust collection or the user can attach the sander directly to the DWV010 or DWV012 dust collectors (sold separately). Rubber over mold grip provides comfortable sanding. Paper clamp designed to hold paper securely and for ease of installation. The DCB203C includes a 2.0 Ah Lithium-Ion battery-pack and charger.
  • Dust port is designed to fit directly to the DWV010 or DWV012 dust collectors (sold separately)
  • To attach dust port to other vacuum systems with 1-1/4 in. hoses, use DWV9000 universal quick connector (sold separately)
  • Long dust chute (not included) part number N684701 for use with 6 Ah batteries and larger
  • Paper clamp designed to hold paper securely and allow for easy installation
  • Dust-sealed switch to protect against dust ingestion for long switch life
  • Texturized rubber over mold grip for comfortable sanding
  • 1-handed locking dust bag
  • DCB203C same runtime and power in a lighter, shorter-package compared to DCB200
  • DCB203C 33% more runtime than DC9096 18-Volt battery
  • DCB203C 22% lighter (1.06 lbs.) than DCB200
  • DCB203C no memory and virtually no self-discharge for maximum productivity and less downtime
  • DCB203C 3 LED fuel gauge to quickly check state of charger on battery
  • DCB203C Part of the 20-Volt maximum system
  • DCB203C 2.0 Ah capacity
  • DCB203C diagnostics with LED indicator for battery charge status of charged, charging, power line problem, replace-pack or battery temperature problem
  • DCB203C charges DEWALT 12-Volt to 20-Volt maximum lithium-ion batteries
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Looking for a sander, is this a good deal, dont get the downvote
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Looking for a sander, is this a good deal, dont get the downvote
It's not a bad sander, but I would start with an orbital before this as it's will get the job done faster. This is good for corners, etc, but it's known as a fine or detail sander rather than the workhorse an orbital sander is
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Looking for a sander, is this a good deal, dont get the downvote
I don't get the downvotes either. Battery + charger is already $50 at very least.
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It's not a bad sander, but I would start with an orbital before this as it's will get the job done faster. This is good for corners, etc, but it's known as a fine or detail sander rather than the workhorse an orbital sander is
A good place to start is the ROS20VSC. It's very forgiving, the anti-vibration tech is unlike anything else I've experienced, and it's less expensive. Yes it's corded, but to reduce swirl marks you want your sander hooked up to a shop vac or dust collector anyways so I personally don't put any weight into a cordless option
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A good place to start is the ROS20VSC. It's very forgiving, the anti-vibration tech is unlike anything else I've experienced, and it's less expensive. Yes it's corded, but to reduce swirl marks you want your sander hooked up to a shop vac or dust collector anyways so I personally don't put any weight into a cordless option
That's a Bosch product….forgot to include that. I'm a Dewalt fan, but I think Bosch excels in their sanders
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That's a Bosch product….forgot to include that. I'm a Dewalt fan, but I think Bosch excels in their sanders
A corded Bosch sander is tough sell to those in a deal thread that is for a Dewalt cordless product.

Dewalt also makes a 20v brushless orbital sander. I would wait for a deal on that unit for those who prefer Dewalt and cordless.
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Looking for a sander, is this a good deal, dont get the downvote
My guess is because it was already posted before. https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/15079675
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My guess is because it was already posted before. https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/15079675
Edit - Oops my mistake, can't appear to delete
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A corded Bosch sander is tough sell to those in a deal thread that is for a Dewalt cordless product.

Dewalt also makes a 20v brushless orbital sander. I would wait for a deal on that unit for those who prefer Dewalt and cordless.
acmetools has a deal on the orbital sander: https://www.acmetools.com/shop/to...t-dcw210d1
but you have to spend $200 for free shipping.
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Looking for a sander, is this a good deal, dont get the downvote
Yes it is , great sander , solid deal
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Looking for a sander, is this a good deal, dont get the downvote
Absolutely... if you are in the DeWalt line and want a battery operated 1/4 sheet sander.

You might consider that for about the same money, you can buy both a corded orbital and 1/4 sheet sander....

For me and others, using a bulky battery operated sander in shop, or where there is corded power available, is a waste of battery portability and just too bulky----that are limited to time on battery and maybe more important, have a limited life span. For the average homeowner, take care of it and the corded tools will still be running 20 years from now.

But yes, this is a good deal.... if for whatever reason, this is what you need.
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My guess is because it was already posted before. https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/15079675
Without any updates, that post was/is 'unavailable for online purchase,' whereas this post is active with free shipping to home. Posted on 6-8 with brickseek links to find if you can, it appeared to be another treasure hunt that is now buried in listings for DeWalt.

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Absolutely... if you are in the DeWalt line and want a battery operated 1/4 sheet sander.

You might consider that for about the same money, you can buy both a corded orbital and 1/4 sheet sander....

For me and others, using a bulky battery operated sander in shop, or where there is corded power available, is a waste of battery portability and just too bulky----that are limited to time on battery and maybe more important, have a limited life span. For the average homeowner, take care of it and the corded tools will still be running 20 years from now.

But yes, this is a good deal.... if for whatever reason, this is what you need.
My Makita 12v drill and impact are still running strong at around 7-8 years old..
and they're not even brushless. I would assume as long as batteries are available quality brushless power tools should easily last 15 years.
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Absolutely... if you are in the DeWalt line and want a battery operated 1/4 sheet sander.

You might consider that for about the same money, you can buy both a corded orbital and 1/4 sheet sander....

For me and others, using a bulky battery operated sander in shop, or where there is corded power available, is a waste of battery portability and just too bulky----that are limited to time on battery and maybe more important, have a limited life span. For the average homeowner, take care of it and the corded tools will still be running 20 years from now.

But yes, this is a good deal.... if for whatever reason, this is what you need.
Couldn't agree more. My only issue with dewalt corded orbital sanders are the velcro pads. I wear them out. They eventually don't allow the sanding discs to stick to the underside of the sander. They sell replacements, and here is my issue, depending on when you bought the sander you either buy the three screw one or the four screw one. I have both kinds, which is annoying. I have one sander that I have been using for 17 years. The power switch is bad so it is always on, but I think it sands the best out of the four of that I own.

I don't have dewalt for everything, but for random orbital corded sander sub $50 on sale, best bang for the buck I have found. I bought another one last year, not as nice as the original, will probably die quicker.
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