|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 9.5 x 5.8 inches|
|Item model number||D26441|
|Size||4-1/2" x 4-1/2"|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||bare-tool; attachments|
|Warranty Description||90-day money back, 1-year free service contract, 3-year limited warranty|
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DEWALT D26441 2.4 Amp 1/4 Sheet Palm Grip Sander with Cloth Dust Bag
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- 2.4 Amp motor sands at 14,000 opm, providing a superior finish
- Textured anti-slip top and body grip provides ultimate comfort and control during use
- Dust-sealed switch protects against dust ingestion for longer switch life
- Sealed 100 percent ball-bearing construction provides longer life
- High capacity dust bag with built-in vacuum adapter provides maximum dust collection with or with out a vacuum Dual plane, counter-balanced low-vibration design reduces user fatigue
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My disappointment lies with 3 details. First out of the box, literally, is the way the cord is tightly bent wrapped. Its kinked so bad that it is constantly catching on edges of the workbench or the material I'm sanding. I've tried to straighten it with blow dryer heat, hanging it upside down from the plug, stretching it, and it has a memory that won't quit. I'm going to replace the cord, which is a pity because the plug is a really good one.
#2 is the switch. I think it must be a very cheap switch or, when mounted in place maybe sits a bit cock-eyed in the housing. Its difficult to turn on and I really need to needle my finger tip way in to fire it up. As a previous reviewer cited, I too have had the machine turn on without my help. In my case I was there to turn it off. I think if the switch isn't disengaged enough, a bit of vibration is all it takes to turn it on. What's noteworthy as well is the upper body is the same on the 5" random orbit sander and the switch and cord issues are the same.
Lastly, the holding mechanism is poor. I'm only using 180 or 220 grit and the sheet is always side slipping off the rear clamp. It definitely needs some improvement in design.
All in all, you get what you pay for and after 30+ years at this I should have known better. My mistake.
Read a lot of reviews and decided to get the DeWalt sander. One feature being the 1/4 sheet size (just buy 9x11 sheets and cut into quarters) the other the shop vac dust collection (adapter).
Works like a charm - the sander is the width of a clapboard - and with 60 grit sandpaper smooths everything out after scraping. Hit with primer and then finish coat and your clapboard looks good as new.
The sander is comfortable in the hand - vibrates like any other sander - not too noisy - hey, it's a sander!
My shop vac 1.25" hose was a little loose on the vacuum adapter - so I cut a section of bicycle tube and slipped it over the vacuum fitting (think big rubber band) - took up the slack and works just fine.
Here's a suggestion - if you run the shop vac and sander - you will need two outlets. Suggest you get a three-plug adapter to plug into your single-outlet extension cord. You can find those for about $3 (look under GE 54203 on Amazon, but it's cheaper at Home Depot)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am a woman who is re-doing a bathroom. We have a vanity that we removed from the wall, had to sheet rock and then we are going to paint. Read more
I like the square style , since I can cut regular sand paper in 4ths and save money. My old Dewalts outlasted the other makes of sanders.Published 16 days ago by Roy M Allen
Not sure that the dust collector really works, but the sander sure does!Published 23 days ago by D10
The foam on this sander attracts wood splinters that get stuck. The splinters go deep into the foam and that does not allow you to get a smooth finished. Read morePublished 1 month ago by NL7
I bought this to refinish our kitchen cabinets, because hand sanding would have been almost impossible to finish. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patrick Wilshire