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Hi again

 

ready for some teasers; 

 

cordless sander DCW210B

==> 20V MAX BL 5" Random Orbit Sander 

 

with B ending and 20V max it must be the North American version

Rubber overmold for better control

• Variable speed allows the user to maximize the material removal rate

 

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Hi again
 
ready for some teasers; 
 
cordless sander DCW210B
==> 20V MAX BL 5" Random Orbit Sander 
 
with B ending and 20V max it must be the North American version
Rubber overmold for better control

• Variable speed allows the user to maximize the material removal rate
 
DCW210B-aug18.thumb.jpg.2ec363dcf1a89d41c77dbef0fb247536.jpg
Well, ergonomics are going to be crap. Should have done the Stanley mount style. 98098ebc8777882f34d62e8cecb7fee9.jpg

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That 5amp battery looks weird ? 
Batteries getting new stickers, an updated look.

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Well, ergonomics are going to be crap. Should have done the Stanley mount style. 98098ebc8777882f34d62e8cecb7fee9.jpg

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Yea I agree, I’m not a fan of the bulky RIDGID but at least with a vertical battery you can handle it battery forward


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On 8/2/2018 at 6:29 PM, The.Handyman said:

Batteries getting new stickers, an updated look.

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Any word on a change in cells in the batteries. Though truthfully my 5.0s last a long time.

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Like most, I was initially looking at the battery placement and was irritated. But then I thought about it a little more and if you look at the battery on the Stanley and it looks like the front end of the battery sticks up above the natural resting area of your palm because of the vertical placement.  Whereas on the Dewalt, since the battery is horizontal, the natural resting area sits above the battery so your wrist isn’t angled up.  Just my 2 cents.

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Looks like he sander is getting into the hands of reviewers. TiA has one, Toolpig has one...I want to know when I can get one. Any idea when we’ll see it in the big box stores?

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38 minutes ago, Rtorres092382 said:

Looks like he sander is getting into the hands of reviewers. TiA has one, Toolpig has one...I want to know when I can get one. Any idea when we’ll see it in the big box stores?

I think Acme are saying end of November

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This sander has an excellent brake. Toolpig showed off the brake on this sander. The brake is on the same level of the brakes on Festool ETS EC corded brushless sanders.

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Can't wait to get mine,been a long time waiting for a dewalt...got the cordless Ryobi and Ridgid for work already ( being retired)  and the cordless Festool for the shop...

     Tool Boss has a review on it, it looks comfortable and powerful...

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I'm interested in one. Until now I've done all sanding with a multitool or by hand. I haven't actually used an orbital sander. 

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the orbital sander is now availale in stores

as bare tool

I picked mine up yesterday @ HD

(other vendors are only showing pre-order or avail End ov November)

 

nice, still have to try it out

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Or you could go hybrid 😁😁 Milwalt, Dewaukee, either way, works a treat! And the dust catcher fits with the 9.0 and adapter as well! Only went this option because Dewalt are so slow to release tools here in Australia.

 

 

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11 hours ago, rcarnes911 said:

I found the sander about a week ago it's nice I really like it so far but big batteries are kind of a pain though fd10186a1d0bca74557a9fb0ee0386b4.jpg

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That leads me to ask, what kind of runtime are you getting? Could you make it to lunch on a 3.0 slim?

 

thanks 

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