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Bosch’s ROS10 5-inch palm random orbit sander delivers a great performance and great results. It is designed to give even the most exacting finish carpenters, cabinet makes, woodworkers, and others exactly what they want. With an optimal combination of pad orbit and rotation, it delivers fast removal and a well-blended, ultra-smooth finish. This sander allows you to find the perfect speed for whatever task you need to complete.
Deliver a great performance everytime with the ROS10 orbit sander (click each to enlarge).
This Bosch tool has a built in microfilter system that traps particles as small as 1/2 micron in diameter. Complementing this feature, there is also an anti-spillback canister to minimize dust spillback into the sander. The compact dust canister will simply twist off, making the dust level visible and incredibly easy to detach when necessary. The sander is compatible with standard 1-1/4-inch and 1-1/2-inch vacuum hoses or any Bosch vacuum cleaner hose.
Results that Count
This orbit sander features Bosch’s signature HookTight hook-and-loop disc attachment. This attachment has over 35,000 long-life hooks that will ensure firm grip of the disc during use. Additionally, the microcellular backing pad is pliable to ensure a smooth, fine finish on both flat and contoured surfaces alike. There is also an integral pad dampening braking system in place to prevent swirl marks. This orbit sander delivers well-blended, ultra-smooth finish, fast removal rates, and a variable-speed dial, making it perfect for any professional. With a 120-volt capacity, amperage up to 2.2, and the variable-speed control, you will be able to find the idyllic speed for each individual task you perform. In addition, this drill has a variable speed between 7,500 and 12,000 OPM with a single speed of 12,000 OPM. The orbit diameter is 3/32 of an inch and weighs in at 3.5 pounds. It is 9-inches in length, can collect up to 84 percent of dust efficiently, and holds standard 8-hole 5-inch hook-and-loop discs.
Since the Robert Bosch Tool Corporation was established in North America in 2003, the Bosch brand has become synonymous with engineering excellence. The power tools division of Bosch continues to be a pioneer and world market leader for power tools and power tool accessories. Their core success factors are innovative strength, new product launches, and pace of innovation. Bosch is every professional’s go-to brand for power tools that will last a lifetime.
What's in the Box
This product comes with one Bosch ROS10 5-inch palm random orbit sander, one RS034 soft hook-and-loop pad, one microfilter dust canister, one vacuum hose adapter, and a sanding disc.
A great value for a great little sander. It is good quality, easy to hold, and easy to use.Published 1 month ago by Lori
I bought two Bosch ROS10s and out-of-the-box one sounds like the bearing is bad. Also, the on/off switch needs to be redesigned... It's difficult to operate... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dan Parks
This was a present for the boyfriend and he was IMPRESSED. The sander works great and has held up for him very well. He says that this brand always does. We are happy.Published 13 months ago by Amanda
I really like Bosch tool company. I have a Bosch Jig Saw that is awesome and very heavy duty. Bought a Bosch hand router, again awesome. This, not so much. Read morePublished on July 28, 2013 by Wesley Newell
This sander works well with the higher higher grit paper. Doesn't seem to have the real tearing ability in lower grits. Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by JTP
For a competitive prce for 5 inch ROS I liked enough I now own two. Dust collection is superior to competitor versions I have owned. Read morePublished on November 18, 2012 by GLParker