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SKIL 7302-02 Octo Detail Sander with PC

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  • Pressure Control Technology - Monitors sanding pad pressure applied for optimal finish
  • 8 Detail Sanding Attachments - Finish hard-to-reach surfaces with various contours
  • Tool-less Attachment Change - Quick and easy attachment changing system
  • Micro-Filtration - Captures and contains fine dust particles
  • Clear View Dust Canister - Removes guess work of when to empty container
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SKIL 7302-02 Octo Detail Sander with PC + SKIL 73114 Octo Sandpaper Kit, Asst Grit - 15 Pack + SKIL 73110 Octo Sandpaper 60-80-120 Grit Variety - 5 Pack
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Product Description

Product Description

Includes Octo Detail Sander with PC - 7302-02, (8) Detail Attachments, (32) Sandpaper Sheets, Carrying Bag

From the Manufacturer

For sanding large areas, finish sanding, or fine detail sanding, Skil Sanders have just the right touch.

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Technical Details
Part Number 7302-02
Item Weight4.9 pounds
Product Dimensions6.2 x 10 x 6 inches
Item model number7302-02
ColorRed
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included ComponentsAttachments
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description30 Day Money Back Guarantee - 1 year warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB003LST02M
Best Sellers Rank #223,362 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableMay 25, 2010
  
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Bulb Voltage
120.00 Volts

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. Jackson on September 4, 2011
The optional attachment worked great for several days. I was able to get into nooks and crevices with the special attachments easily, but the attachment base broke after I'd been using it for about 2 hours non stop one afternoon. Worked great when it worked, but it gave out in the middle of my project. It's possible I didn't attach the special attachment right, but I think it just gave out from extended use.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. LaBelle` on October 5, 2014
It's great for occasional use, but don't let it get hot! As online reviews have stated since 2010, the plastic tabs on the base will melt with heat and friction, rendering the tool useless. The Octo is manufactured by Bosch for consumer use, but the upgraded Bosch detail sander (different handle) is designed the same way - plastic base w/ plastic tabs that melt, for $100 more. Major engineering flaw that hasn't been addressed. As well, the sandpaper backing loses grip on the hook and loop well before the abrasive is worn out. I had no problem with glue coming loose on backing pads, though. Everything we buy anymore seems cheaply made and disposable. Same for the Octo.

Can't rate it too poorly, as it's a great sander with attachments that initially work very well. Use it for more than an hour, and the tabs break off. Too bad, because I'd pay considerably more for it if Bosch would beef it up with a metal base and heat-resistant attachments. (Bought mine at Lowe's and returned it broken.)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Manny Lopez on January 15, 2013
Good tool for smoothing hard to reach areas and for small projects around the home; however, if you are just doing flat surfaces I would recommend getting a Sheet Sander which costs less and works better. The pressure signal lights (green, yellow, red) lets you know when you are applying too much pressure or not enough. The clear canister catches the fine dust that would otherwise go everywhere and you can easily see when it needs to be cleaned out; however, the fine dust sticks together and to the inside of the canister so cleaning the canister poses some challenges but it's much better than breathing it or cleaning the work area. I use this for finishing jobs, but not for entire projects.
Here are some other choices to consider for your project:
1. Belt Sanders spin a loop paper between two or more wheels and it's better to sand large or rough surfaces fast.
2. Random Orbit Sanders move in random circular motion and it's great to sand almost any surface cleanly. They can remove a good amount of material and deliver a smooth finish.
3. Sheet Sanders like this one move in a constant pattern of small circles and are better to smooth flat surface.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Donaldson VINE VOICE on August 26, 2014
This isn't a bad little sander for very light work. I don't recommend it for large jobs like sanding a whole deck. It has it's advantages though.

I'm sanding a redwood 8' x 16' deck including railings and posts. I started with this Skill Octo Sander but it died about 40% of the way into the project so I bought a Dewalt 1/4 sheet sander. So I have a fresh perspective on these two sanders which I've now used on the same day on the same project.

The Skill wasn't a bad sander for light jobs. The "iron" shape with the pointed tip does have advantages. The many included alternate tips could be quite useful for specific jobs but I didn't use them. But the Skill has a plastic body, including the shoe which holds the sandpaper. In my case the front tip of the sander overheated due to friction, melted both the part that is on the sander and the part that snaps on which holds the sandpaper. I could still use if for a while but finally it wouldn't stay together and the front half of the shoe would not stay in place. I ended up tossing it in the trash. When I got to the store I contemplated buying another of the same model but decided to try something different.

Now onto the Dewalt. It was a little more expensive than the Skill but it seems to be better quality. The first time I tried it I was quite pleased because it was obviously working faster and better than the Skill, even with the same grit sandpaper. The Skill has pressure lights to show you when you're applying too much or too little pressure. The Dewalt says not to apply pressure, but rather to let the sander do the work.

The major difference between the two sanders is how the sandpaper is attached. The Skill has a hook-and-loop (like Velcro) mount for sandpaper.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Sullivan on April 7, 2014
I bought this at Lowe's to complete a project. The attachment parts began to break almost immediately. The worst part of the broken attachments was that the velcro pad that sand paper sticks to detached (became unglued) from the motor housing rendering half of the sander unusable!

As well, the machine is a little under powered and the dust collection system only collects about 1/3 of the dust generated by the machine. It's more of a vanity dust bin than anything else. Finally, the dust bin is attached by friction which makes it particularly difficult to remove -- after my first use of the machine I thought the bin was fused closed because it was so difficult to remove.

The shortcomings of this item call to question the Skill name. In the past I perceived Skill to be a producer of quality products. I now consider Skill to be a producer of cheaply made throw-away tools. I will be more cautious before purchasing Skill again.
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