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Bosch 1810PS 4-1/2-Inch Paddle Switch Grinder with Lock-On Switch

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  • 2-position vibration control side handle reduces vibration up 60 percent for increased comfort and less fatigue
  • Unique directed airflow design diverts dust away from switch and vital components
  • Epoxy coated field windings provide ultimate protection against abrasive dust and debris
  • Sealed switch keeps debris out of the switch mechanism and extends switch life
  • ServiceMinder brushes eliminate guesswork and stop the tool when preventative maintenance is required
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  • heavy-duty

Product Description

Product Description

The Bosch 1810PS has the power and performance needed for any power carving applications that specify a 4-1/2" angle grinder. The Bosch 1810PS features a paddle switch with lock-on mechanism for better operator comfort and control. The vibration control handle reduces vibration up to 60, providing uncompromising comfort for extended periods of work. The sealed switch keeps debris out of the switch mechanism and extends switch life. To eliminate maintenance guesswork, Bosch has incorporated ServiceMinder brushes that will stop the tool when preventive maintenance is required. Directed Air Flow - Unique design diverts dust away from switch and vital components. Includes: Multi-Position Guard, Vibration Control Auxiliary Handle, Flange Kit, Spanner Wrench and Abrasive Wheel.

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Bosch’s 1810PS 4-1/2-inch grinder has the power and performance needed for any power carving application. It illuminates quality, precision, and power, all trademarks to Bosch. Whether you are a professions looking for a workhorse tool to draw power from DC outlets or at home looking to grind basic welds, this grinder is your perfect match. The 1810PS has AC/DC capability, allowing the tool to be plugged into DC outlets such as welders and generators. These power tools are backed by a one-year limited warranty effective at the date of purchase.

At a Glance
1810PS 4-1/2-Inch Grinder At a Glance:

  • Innovative motor technology and improved airflow

  • Ideal choice for work in DC outlets

  • Speed of 11,000 rpm and 120 volts

  • Backed by a one-year limited warranty
At a Glance
Bosch 1810PS
Tackle any projects with the 1810PS (click to enlarge).
Revolutionary Technology
This grinder puts user convenience first, featuring guard adjustments without tools and quick-change ability to the 4-1/2-inch wheels. Additionally, this grinder’s lifetime has been increased by new motor technology and improved airflow. The new motor has been cranked up with durable synthetic graphite carbon brushes so the machine has that added power in the workshop. The revolutionary brushes will automatically shut down the tool when they need to be changes, ensuring that this workhorse tool will be with you for years to come while eliminating maintenance guesswork.

This Bosch driver is capable of driving a three-inch all-purpose screw into a pressure-treated 4-by-4 in about one second, and can drive a 3-inch by 1/4-inch lag bolt into a pressure-treated 4-by-4 in less than four seconds.

Power and Precision
The Bosch 1810PS has the power and performance needed for any power carving applications that require a 4-1/2-inch angle grinder. Weighing in and just over 4 pounds, the balance in hand is supreme, allowing for increased accuracy and user ease. In addition, the two-position auxiliary handle is specifically designed and angled to achieve a natural position to maximize control. It also features vibration control, which reduces vibrations up to 70 percent, providing uncompromising comfort and accuracy for extended periods of work.

What's in the Box
The 1810PS grinder includes one 1810PS 4-1/2-inch paddle switch grinder equipped with a vibration-control auxiliary handle, flange kit, spanner wrench, abrasive wheel, and guard.


Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 1810PS
Product Dimensions14.4 x 5.4 x 5.2 inches
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Item model number1810PS
ColorN/A
FinishN/A
Power Sourceelectric-powered
Voltage120.00
Horsepower1.10 HP
Item Package Quantity1
Special Featuresheavy-duty
Included Componentsbare-tool; attachments
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description1yr
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB00005RHPK
Best Sellers Rank #237,323 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.2 pounds
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableJuly 2, 2004
  
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Important Information

Bulb Voltage
120.00

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 24, 2003
I own two other 4 1/2 inch grinders besides this one. My Made in China $24 grinder that I was using with a cupped wire brush finally bit the dust. I went looking for Quality this time around and wanted to purchase Made in USA. But this Bosch won out, over a Dewalt, because it was the only one that was a "true" all ball / needle bearing construction. It has lots of power and the paddle switch saved my bacon when on a trial run using a metal cutting disk, the disk caught and shattered (I AWAYS wear safety glasses and gloves when grinding). On my other grinders with a thumb switch... that 1/2 second to find the switch & flip it off... would have been too long. Draw backs, the grinder seems to have more vibration and noise than my 8 year old, Made in Japan Ryobi, not to be confused with the new Ryobi, Made in China! Bill G.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Al Howell on December 2, 2002
This is a fine quality tool, it works flawlessly. I originally bought this tool to cut ceramic tile (which worked great), but I found so many other uses for it such as grinding fiberglass on my brother's boat, cut out steel window frames, and to remove glue and wood residue on concrete before screwing in a subfloor. The grinder is small enough to fit in most tight places and light enough to hold over head for long periods of time. This is one of my most heavily used power tools and it's still going strong! I have to say Bosch makes the best tools that last forever.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By John on May 18, 2004
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I purchased this Bosch grinder through Amazon.com to tuck point brick work. Received the tool in one week with free shipping. The paddle switch is a safe feature. When you release the paddle it stops. I found it to be very powerfull and it has absolutely no hesitation. Pure power!
I installed a dry diamond blade for cutting brick - cut like butter with a hot knife. Installed a 4 1/2" diamond tuck point wheel and removed a mortar joint 35" wide in seconds. Highly recommend this tool if your looking for a good grinder. Well worth the money for the safety & power it delivers.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 21, 2002
I've been using my grinder for about 1 years now and it's outlasted a Milwaukee grinder. My bosch has been dropped about a dozen time with no damage to the case.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By W Holder on September 6, 2005
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There are better and there are definately worse angle grinders out there. There are also some more expensive and a lot of cheaper ones.

I have owned several grinders, worn out some, some just broke. I can confidently say that this model is right where I need for most every job I have to tackle. It is well worth the money, dont wind up with a junk grinder just to save yourself $20. The more expensive ones are nice, but they dont really do anything this one wont.

From my experience, this one fits perfectly in cost vs. performance equation.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Seth Otto on January 27, 2007
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I bought this grinder specifically to use with a diamond cutting blade (the Bosch DB4563 4 1/2" General Purpose Premium Plus Turbo Diamond Circular Saw Blade) to cut and shape 2" thich flagstone pieces for an outdoor patio installation. I read and re-read the reviews carefully, and considering the price it seemed like a good bet to try this tool on for size. I have not been disapointed!

This tool is extremely light wieght and easy to use so I do not feel fatigued like I would by using a heavy tool. I feel almost no vibration at all and have only experienced kick-back when I try to force things (bad me!) instead of letting the machine and the diamond blade make the cut for me. The handle can be attached on either side of the head and it attaches at a 70 degree angle which is VERY comfortable.

This tool is set up in such a way that I feel that I have total control over the cuts I am making. I have not made a single miscut since I started using this tool. I highly recomend it for cutting stone and for use with a diamond blade.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jerry L. Daniel on July 2, 2012
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I've been welding and fabricating steel for fifty years. In the 60's the only choices available for grinding welds or prepping for welds were a stationary bench or floor mount grinder or a heavy hand held grinder using 7" or 9" diameter wheels.. These grinders weighed 10-12 lbs. were powerful but not really very fast. They were really good at keeping your muscles toned. I don't remember when but I was given my first high speed light weight 4" grinder made by Sears, years ago as a Christmas gift. I took it to my shop and used it and was amazed at the power and speed of such a light weight tool. I was instantly hooked.
Then, I discovered to replace the grinding wheels, which went pretty fast, I had to order them from the Sears catalog. Other grinding wheels that size wouldn't fit the Sears tool and the one not so local Sears store didn't carry replacement wheels in their hardware department. So much for that; however, I soon discovered that there were a growing number of local and imported companies making this type of grinder and it became very competitive and they all pretty much used a standardized grinding wheel.
I went through every brand out there until I bought my first Bosch. The other grinders worked well while they worked but I seemed to burn one out in a month or two. I had a couple that may have lasted more than a year. When I bought the Bosch I had two or three other grinders in use. As each of them burned out or gearing went south, I would replace it with another Bosch. I use an engraver each time I acquire a tool and besides an I.D. code, I put a Date on it to note when put in service. Currently, I have five Bosch grinders in service of each model they make the oldest date on one in daily use is 1986, 1992, 1999, 2004, 2012.
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