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20-Volt MAX XR Cordless Brushless 1/4 Sheet Variable Speed Sander (Tool-Only)

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  • Variable speed control offers 8,000-14,000 OPM
  • Brushless motor provides runtime and efficiency
  • Low profile height allows for precise sanding
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The 20-Volt MAX XR brushless cordless 1/4 sheet variable speed sander provides you with the power and run-time needed to get the job done. A variable-speed dial provides speed control from 8,000 OPM to 14,000 OPM for a variety of jobs. 1-handed locking dust bag attaches securely to the sander to aid in dust collection or the user can attach the sander directly to the DWV010 or DWV012 dust collectors (sold separately). Rubber over mold grip provides comfortable sanding. Paper clamp designed to hold paper securely and for ease of installation. Battery and charger sold separately.
  • Dust port is designed to fit directly to the DWV010 or DWV012 dust collectors (sold separately)
  • To attach dust port to other vacuum systems with 1-1/4 in. hoses, use DWV9000 universal quick connector (sold separately)
  • Long dust chute (not included) part number N684701 for use with 6 Ah batteries and larger
  • Paper clamp designed to hold paper securely and allow for easy installation
  • Dust-sealed switch to protect against dust ingestion for long switch life
  • Texturized rubber over mold grip for comfortable sanding
  • 1-handed locking dust bag
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Cordless/CordedCordedCordlessCordlessCordless
Power Tool FeaturesRandom OrbitNo Additional FeaturesLock On Switch,No Tool Disc/Pad ChangeNo Additional Features
Dust collection typeBag
Speed (rpm)120001400014000
Voltage (volts) 20 V20 V20 V
Battery Amp Hours No Battery5 Ah
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)6 inProduct Height (in.)5.3 in
Product Width (in.)4.6 in

Details

Batteries IncludedNoBattery Amp HoursNo Battery
Battery Power TypeLithium IonBattery SizeLithium Ion
Battery/ChargerTool OnlyBattery/ChargerTool Only
Charger IncludedCharger Not IncludedColor FamilyYellow
ConditionNewCordless Tool TypeFinishing Sander
Cordless/CordedCordlessDust Collection MethodBag
IncludedNo Additional Items IncludedMotor TypeBrushless
Number of Total Batteries Included0Pad description1/4 Sheet
Power Tool FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesProduct Weight (lb.)2.1 lb
Returnable90-DaySpeed (rpm)14000
Switch TypeDust SealedTools Product TypePower Tool
Voltage (volts)20 V

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Certifications and ListingsNo Certifications or ListingsManufacturer Warranty3 Year Limited Warranty1 Year Free Service Contract90 Day Money Back Guarantee

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Maybe ok for small jobs
I bought this to repair and sand some old/deteriorated facia boards in hopes of not having to drag a cord around the house. I was sanding a 2-part wood epoxy. I initially used it but noticed it was dying quickly (New batteries) with any aggressive sanding. After about a half day of sanding I pulled out my old corded Makita palm sander and remembered the drastic difference a corded tool makes. The Makita cut my sand time in half, so I stuck with it and dragged a cord around the entire house and it was still better. I think the Dewalt would be fine for small, less aggressive sanding jobs but not for anything substantial. Returned the Dewalt.
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Great Finish Sander
This is a great finish sander. I use Diablo sheets on it and they fit perfectly. It’s not meant for removal (use orbital for that) but for finish sanding it’s nice to go cordless! Max battery that fits without the adapter is 5ah which lasts forever on this brushless unit.
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    Great Sander
    Have used this alot and does a great job. Pros and cons to having it battery operated. I like the flexabilty of not messing around with a power cord, but I go through batterys really quickly... I dont know if the sander drains the battery really quickly or if i need to buy new batterys! I like the setting to change power output from low to more powerful.
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      It's so easy to use!
      It's so easy to use!
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      The Walt pulls it out of the hat!!!
      "20volt Magic" is what they should call this puppy. Tyler said the corded version would work better, but then he tripped over the cord. So, battery power it is. I use this to sand down small projects around the house and even have a photo to show some of the work it does. Not bad and yes it even hammers in the nails. Good multi-tool and no cords to trip you up. Also works great with other lithium batteries from the Walt. The dust bag is really small tho and doesn't hold a lot. So I just take it off and complain to myself about how much saw dust there is.
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        Sander is fantastic. 20v battery only - no larger than 5AH. The output for vacuum will get in ...
        Sander is fantastic. 20v battery only - no larger than 5AH. The output for vacuum will get in the way if you try to put on a 6ah or larger battery. I used a 4ah and a 5ah during sanding. The grip on sand paper is quite good - I had no problem or slippage from the sand paper while sanding. The attached perforation board for the sand paper worked as designed - put holes in the paper for ventilation. Selectable speeds from 1-7 give quite a bit of flexibility on the project. I was surprised how little my hands hurt after using this for 30 minutes. The battery usage was also good - being the brushless product. Preforms better than my corded unit - have an old "mouse" sander with a short cord. Dewalt cordless is just as powerful - more even - than my old corded unit. I was hoping the output hose connector would work with my Dewalt vac - nope. Perhaps with a larger shop vac unit - but that would limit me to a corded tool. Every time I upgrade a corded tool to Dewalt cordless I am amazed with the versatiliy.
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        5 found this review helpful
        his is a battery operated quarter sheet variable speed hand sander. We have a larger sander that...
        his is a battery operated quarter sheet variable speed hand sander. We have a larger sander that was too heavy and bulky for me to use. It was also not battery operated and did not work well for smaller projects. This is much easier to use according to my husband. The fact that I can use it, too, attests to that. It can be used with smaller projects and with a wide variety of grit sand paper. It works really well and the battery makes it much easier to maneuver. The battery does not come with the sander, so if you do not have one, you will need to purchase both the battery and the battery charger. There are a number of batteries that Dewalt makes but the one that works with this sander is the 20V max lithium ION 5ah. We had a larger battery that did not fit.
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        Since I already have a 20-Volt tool with two batteries, getting the sander - tool only made a lot...
        Since I already have a 20-Volt tool with two batteries, getting the sander - tool only made a lot of sense. The sander is easy to use and not too heavy. The sandpaper is easy to insert into the one slot on one side however the button release is a little bit of a challenge for me. The other side slips under the spring mechanism and was easy to operate. I used the dust collector attachment and pierced the paper as instructed. The collector manages to collect about 50% of the dust only. This is a great little tool for small to moderate size projects . There are 7 pages of safety instructions and only 2 pages of use instructions.
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        4 found this review helpful
        I needed a cordless sander for work and this seemed like a good choice. I've never had a cordless...
        I needed a cordless sander for work and this seemed like a good choice. I've never had a cordless sander before, only corded, and selected this particular one because I already have Dewalt 20V batteries available and this came as a bare tool. It comes with a dust bag that easily screws on and a flat plate, not sure what it's called, with protrusions to poke holes in your sandpaper with for better dust collection. No bag but not that big of a deal. Right now I'm prepping to paint a house and had filled in some siding with patch, and the sander did a pretty good job of it. I attached a 1.5Ah battery I already had and the whole thing was still pretty light. The speed dial seems to have a good variety of range of speeds, and is easy to adjust. The on/off switch is pretty standard compared to the other sanders. After several minutes of sanding the power had gone down about 30%, or 1 bar, and for intermittent use I'm fairly happy with it for the portability it has. One advantage of the sheet sander is being able to sand into corners and to use 1/4 of a sheet of regular sandpaper. I like the finish of random orbit sander better and the hook/loop peel off quick sandpaper attachment they have is better, compared to this one that takes more than a few moments to complete. I did not choose this sander for its finish quality, I do a lot of exterior carpentry work and it doesn't always need to be perfect, I figured this would do a decent enough job and I have different sanders for fine finish work at other times. Overall a decent sander if you need to be mobile.
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        4 found this review helpful
        The DeWalt DCW200 comes as a bare tool, no battery, charger, or storage case. The sander uses sta...
        The DeWalt DCW200 comes as a bare tool, no battery, charger, or storage case. The sander uses standard 20V Max DeWalt batteries. If you install a battery over 5 a/h, you’ll need to pick up a different dust port (part # N684701) because the larger battery size can’t clear the standard dust port. I’m using the smaller 2 a/h cells so there’s no problem with clearance. I’ve not used the sander long enough to completely discharge a battery but since I have several 2 a/h cells I doubt I’ll opt for using larger batteries. YMMV. In use, fit and finish is excellent and vibration is minimal. I find it comfortable to hold and use. The power switch (see photo) is a ‘rocker’ style switch and is sealed against sawdust. The switch is positive in action, I’ve had no unintentional shutdowns. There’s an included dust bag (see photo). If you elect to use the bag or vacuum, there’s an included ‘hole puncher’ (see photo) which can be used to punch small ‘drain holes’ (that’s what I call them) in the sandpaper. The punch can be used by hand or can be mounted to a workbench via two screw holes. The dust bag is a ‘twist on / twist off’ design and locks in securely in place. The dust bag does a decent job of collecting sawdust, but a vacuum is better. Of course, if you’re working in an area where you’re not worried about getting things dusty you can just use the sander w/o punching ‘drain holes’ in the paper and forgoing the vacuum. I don't like to use a vacuum; I don't like having the hose get in the way. The bag is O.K., it doesn't get in the way of the work. YMMV. The tool uses 1/4 sheets of sandpaper (see photo). I use scissors to cut a standard size sheet into quarters and they fit perfectly. No tools are required for mounting the paper and it takes only a few seconds to switch to new sheets. This is a most welcome addition to my tool kit – my other sanders are a battery operated ‘corner’ sander and a decades old corded orbital sander. Having one that works with my collection of DeWalt batteries makes life a litter easier. It works as advertised, has good ergonomics, and any standard sheet sandpaper can be cut to fit, no need to buy specially sized paper. I think it’s a five-star product, the vibration is considerably less than my old corded sander. YMMV. The sander is guaranteed for 3 years (see photo), with a 1 year ‘free service’ included and, of course, the Home Depot 90-day return policy applies. HTH Regards, Jim
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