|Item Weight||7.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.3 x 8.3 x 6.6 inches|
|Item model number||1250DEVS|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year|
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Bosch 1250DEVS 6-1/2-Amp 6-Inch Random Orbit Sander with Vacuum Port
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- This Bosch Random Orbit Sander features a powerful 6-1/2-Amp motor which provides heavy sanding and extended tool life
- Includes soft start for reduced start-up torque, variable speed to match speed to any work piece and vacuum port for dust free sanding
- Turbo Mode for aggressive, fast stock removal, random orbit mode for fine swirl-free sanding
- Constant response circuitry maintains pad speed under heavy loads and protects against overload
- 6-by-12-Inch; 5.3-Pound; 1-year unconditional Bosch warranty
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In Bosch's random orbit sander family, you'll find an assortment of powerful, versatile sanders and polishers that are designed for low vibration and minimal noise. These models feature counterbalance mechanisms that serve as the basis for the dual bearing pad mount system, which can be operated with one finger on a soft grip.
About the Bosch 1250DEVS Random Orbit Sander
The 1250DEVS multiple-purpose sander from Bosch has two sanding modes: random orbit mode for normal stock removal or fine finishing, and an aggressive "Turbo" drive eccentric orbit mode that operates at five times the regular rate, in order to remove rougher stock. Its simple sanding mode selector switch quickly changes back and forth between the two modes, as your projects require it -- and the powerful 6.5 amp variable speed motor (3,100 to 6,650 opm) matches the tool's speed to the task, for a smooth result on all surfaces.
This model is crammed with great convenience and power features, including a soft start function that tones down the start-up torque and a variable speed dial that makes it extra easy to match your working speed to the project. It also has Constant Response circuitry that maintains the pad speed under heavy loads while simultaneously protecting against overloads, and an integral pad dampening system to help prevent swirl marks -- plus a passive dust collection system (vacuum and hoses required, available by Bosch). The 1250DEVS uses 6-hole, 6-inch hook-and-loop discs. This kit includes a dust tube, soft backing pad, a left or right-hand auxiliary handle, one sanding disc, and a pad wrench (5mm) that stores on-board.
The 1250DEVS removes stock and finishing material quickly, without scratching -- making it perfect for most sanding jobs, from wood floors to furniture finishing. Bosch makes an assortment of 6-inch hook-and-loop discs and pads to fit this model, including discs for wood, paint, and special applications.
Key Technical Specs
- 6.5 amp motor
- No-load speed: 270-600 rpm
- No-load orbit speed: 3,100 - 6,6500 opm
- 6-inch disc size
This Bosch random orbit sander is covered by a 1-year unconditional Bosch warranty
What's in the box:
Bosch random orbit sander, dust tube, soft backing pad, auxiliary handle, sanding disc, pad wrench.
Top Customer Reviews
back to the point, we have run this sander with 200lb guys leaning on it with most of their weight for hours. It gets hot, but has never had a problem. When you have a few thousand square feet of weathered timber to clean up this thing is awesome. It works better than a belt sander for our purposes and when you need it to hog off material you flip the red lever and it becomes a super powered beast.
Bottom line, we use this sander professionally and don't take it easy on it. If your looking for a very well built sander that is heavy duty this is the one for you.
it is a little expensive, but we have never found a better sander. We have the festool one as well and it doesn't seem to have any advantage, other than the cool bright green color to let everyone know you spent a lot of money on your tool.
our only regret is that we didn't buy one sooner.
I have 3 porter cable 5" random orbits, 2 dewalt 5" and a 6" dewalt r/o. This has rendered them obsolete in my collection of favorite sanders. It does have great power, but that's not the bosch's best attribute. It is by far the most easily controlled, well balanced random orbit I have ever tried. Including the festool 6" and the porter cable 6". It's built very well, and feels solid, but not heavy or bulky. In the "turbo mode" it vibrates slightly, but doesn't make your hands numb in 20 minutes like a few of my other r/o's. The turbo mode leaves a few swirls when using low grit, course paper. But that should be expected when removing as much material as this thing does. It truly removes as much material as a few of my smaller belt sanders, but flattens roughly planed stock even better. This is the most expensive random orbit sander I have purchased, but I swear I could replace probably 4 of my other sanders with this unit, so it is indeed a stellar value.
It will take off massive amounts of stock, or finish as smoothly as anything I've ever tried. It works quickly and comfortably, with flawless results, even in softwoods like white pine. The speed control holds the rpm's very close evevn under heavy pressure. Dust control is very good if you have the proper adaptors for your dust collector. YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPPOINTED WITH THIS SANDER!!! Anyone who says otherwise is either not a pro, has never tried many other quality sanders, or is simply not an objective reveiwer. Bosch really hit a home run here.
This is by far my favorite sander to date.
I don't know what product "Jonman x484" is talking about, but it can't be the Orbit Sander. I have been involved in woodworking for over 20 years and own a variety of Bosch tools. My latest purchase was the Orbit Sander to cut down on "sanding" time, and the product lives up to expectations. The two speeds allows you to "rough" sand and "finish" sand without changing tools. It is also very comfortable to use, almost like it was made for my hands. Also, once again, Bosch included a place for the wrench in the design of this tool. I love that feature! No more looking around for the right wrench to change out pads. The only negative is I feel that they should include a vacuum attachment as a bonus.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This sander is amazing. the "heavy material removal" setting is phenomenal. with a shop vac hooked up, you couldn't ask for more.Published 1 day ago by Daniel J. Morin
I've been using this sander for a few months now and I am really happy with it. The dust collection is really good, the random vs spinning option is great. Read morePublished 19 days ago by scott smith
Best sander I've ever used,sanded this and 6 other panels the same size. Seriously paid for itself the first time we used it.
Dust collection was adequate. Worth the extra $
This sander is amazing and cuts down my work time by hours. It is incredibly powerful and sometimes hard to handle at full power but i refuse to turn the speed down. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Benjamin Dworski-Riggs
So far this tool has been exactly what I needed. My Festool dual-mode sander broke and I didn't have the money for a new Festool or time to get it fixed, so I got this one after... Read morePublished 2 months ago by riverron13
Better than I expected! I have a hardwood flooring business and we usually use the DeWalt orbital palm sanders because they are affordable and pads are in stock and available at... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I would have easily given this a 5 star rating, but the heavy removal mode quit on me. I have been very impressed by Bosch tools, and this sander was no different. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Glen Mchargue