May 23, 2017
The box comes packed with three items. A Ryobi P450 belt sander, dust bag and 80-grit sandpaper belt.
Ryobi's brushless motor technology allows the tool to produce speeds up to 850 FPM allowing real cordless convenience. The amperage is a little higher on this Ryobi sander, so its giving more torque with the motor.
The Ryobi Cordless Brushless Belt Sander is equipped with a plastic lever on the side for easy belt removal. A new one can be installed in seconds meaning no loss of productivity.
5 POSITION POMMEL (HANDLE)
The Ryobi Cordless Brushless Belt Sander can be moved in 5 different positions, I found this to be very helpful for comfort, especially when sanding for long periods of time. One of the things I like the most is that you can get to the very edge of something when the handle is adjusted all the way up. So for those sanding floors, this would be very helpful when trying to sand spots right up against a wall.
LOCK ON SWITCH
Although this is a standard feature on similar brushless sanders, its nice to know the Ryobi Cordless Belt Sander has this feature. When sanding for long periods of time, this lock on switch comes in handy. Having to hold the on switch just causes finger cramping after a while, so this tool really helps maximize user control and convenience while you work. Once locked in, a quick press of the on button will stop the sander.
Whether or not variable speed would really make a difference with this tool is still an unanswered question for me but I'd rather have it and not need it than not have it and need it. I hear that Ridgid's model has variable speed.
Ryobi offers a 3 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY on this tool, which in my opinion is a good amount of time.
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