Chicago Pneumatic CP7255 Random Orbital Sander- 3/16 Orbit- 6-Inch Pad

August 8, 2013 - Comment

This Chicago Pneumatic random orbital sander is great for surface preparation from body filler to paint primer. Random Orbital: Yes, Speed (RPM): 12,000 Product Features Powerful .21 horsepower motor for tough jobs without stalling Weights only 1.59 lbs- lightest in the industry Teardrop handle for great control Low vibration Easy access speed control

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This Chicago Pneumatic random orbital sander is great for surface preparation from body filler to paint primer. Random Orbital: Yes, Speed (RPM): 12,000

Product Features

  • Powerful .21 horsepower motor for tough jobs without stalling
  • Weights only 1.59 lbs- lightest in the industry
  • Teardrop handle for great control
  • Low vibration
  • Easy access speed control

Comments

Jeffy "'How many is too many guitars?'" says:

Great Orbital Having had this for a while now and using it in the shop at work, I really like it. It`s everything the description says it is. Light, fast, quiet, ergonomic. The 6 inch pad I like too- with no residue comes off the back of the sandpaper- sticking onto it (seems to have a plastic film like quality to it, unlike other ones). It`s flexible to a degree yet seems very flat, unlike some of the orbitals in the shop which seem to be ‘high centered’. Recommended top air pressure is 95 CFM but if you…

Anonymous says:

Smooth and powerful, really an impressive machine. Easy to use, light, and so quiet I thought i was broken at first.I can’t imagine buying another.

Anonymous says:

this thing is way better than my old junky husky, should be as it was more that twice the homedepot price of the husky. nicer looking, nicer feeling in my hand, just plain better. and i really like the button lever pushy thing over the handle, the handle being the device it self, which makes it way more easy to have a nice controlled sanding action when doing roofs or hoods of cars . and it doesn’t break down after 1 job.

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