|Item Weight||6.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.6 x 6.6 x 5.2 inches|
|Item model number||W8115|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 yr. standard / 3 yr. with online registration|
Metabo W8-115 Quick 4-1/2-Inch Angle Grinder
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- Excellent quality, high performance and user-friendly ergonomics
- Maximum torque of 19.5 inch pounds
- Innovative air-cooling concept enables higher motor output
- Handle helps lower vibrations which can be damaging to the user's health
- Quick technology allows for changing discs and guards without tools
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Easily the highest quality grinder I have worked with over the years and I expect it to last for years to come.
So far the Metabo has done the job. I used Metabo grinders at my job so I should have just went with one for my personal use..DOH!!
The quick change is nice. No tools for disc swap or adjusting guard.
I bought the Metabo quick grinder a couple months ago and started using it. At first I didn't think I would like the ergonomics, the barrel is pretty bulky compared to my thin Bosch grinders, but I've gotten used to the Metabo and find it feels fine.
The grinder runs smoothly, better than my Bosch grinders and Porter Cable grinders, but pretty similar to the smooth Makita Grinders. None of my 4 1/2 inch grinders, including this Metabo, runs as smoothly as my 7-9 inch grinders from Hitachi and Makita.
Where this grinder stands out is the features:
First the switch - nothing makes or breaks a 4 1/2 inch grinder more than the switch. The Metabo has the thumb switch on the back of the barrel, like Bosch, rather than the side of the barrel, like Makita. I like the positioning of it, but most of all I like the way it clicks on and off. It clicks on with a very nice positive feel, and when it comes time to shut it off, a slight touch of the thumb and it pops loose, shutting the grinder off, however it stays locked on until you touch the switch. Neither Bosch or Makita have the same feel to their switch. I constantly struggle with the Makita switches, which want to unlock and turn off frequently when i'm using them. The Bosch switches on the other hand are difficult to get turned off, requiring a much more conscious effort.
The next feature of the grinder is the quick nut. What a great idea. One problem with other grinders is that it is a pain to find and use the pin wrench to loosen the wheel.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a BAD A$$ grinder. I love it. My old industrial grinder finally quit. I had it for years and this is even better. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Tracy Szymanski
Metabo really makes the best grinders. This grinder does not require a tool to make changes to different discs. This model does not come with a safety switch. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Rudy
expensive but worth it. This is a strong, finely controlled tool, easily the best angle grinder if price isn't the only criterionPublished 15 months ago by topcat77
I was taking a welding class at a local community college and I needed a grinder. i checked what other guys had, checked online, and decided on the Metabo. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Thomas Driscoll