Rated 2.3 out of 5Â by 64
Rated 3 out of 5Â by b4ucuhear could be better
I like the concept, and the triagular shape does allow for a lot of possibilities. It doesn't take off much at a time (unless you use really rough paper - but then you have to resand with finer grit of course).
The thing that bothers me about this as indicated by another reviewer, is that the proprietary stick-on sandpaper doesn't stick very well and comes off well before the sandpaper is used up. I have since given it to my wife to play with.
January 24, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5Â by critique Stress and hand muscle reliever
This probuct has allowed for my fiance and I to revovate in harmony since I always get delegated the meticulous jobs. Before we got this product I would be close to tears as my hand cramped up from manual sanding, now I can sing to my favorite song on my i-pod as I sand away those meticulous clumps!
March 5, 2007
Rated 1 out of 5Â by RBurrus Don't Waste Your Money
Bought the sander for tight detailing spots but found that sander has very little power and was very inefective. Sanding sheets have a sticky back that are sometimes hard to peel and if there is any humidity, they will not adhere to the sander rendering it basically useless.
October 21, 2007
Rated 1 out of 5Â by CapnWavos Possibly the most disappointing tool I've ever used.
Lame. When I turned the switch on, I was compelled to check the manual to see if I needed to do something else to make it work. Sanding by hand is much, much faster. My guess is that this product started out as an electric toothbrush, but was repurposed because it wasn't powerful enough for dental care.
July 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Minxcakes People, Please Get This For Your Pedicure
Sometimes you have to downstream your power use of things. I'm not judging whether or not it's capable of construction utility or not. I like household repair equipment that gets the job done. But, I find this extremely effective for sanding callouses and beating the competition at the nail salon in effectiveness and budget. Why pay $60 for a pedicure or for more junk at the drug store when I can achieve super soft baby feet in five minutes with this thing and never leave my home? Pays for itself. Also, look into the mini-dremel for your nails.
January 8, 2014