A couple of months ago I shared my hands-on experiences about Dewalt’s DCW210 cordless sander. It’s a great tool, although I still tend to reach for my corded Festool sander, due its easier automatically-activating dust collection integration, unless I’m working on a project outside.
Today, Glenn wrote in about his experiences with the Dewalt 20V Max cordless sander. He wrote:
I’m a contractor of 40 years. Recently we purchased Dewalt’s new cordless sander with 3.0Ah battery. After using the sander for 3 weeks or so, using it at first on little things, we kept using it on more and more jobs. I can’t say enough good thing about this sander. It has fallen off the ladder and my work bench and keeps running perfectly. At first one of the guys thought a cordless sander wasn’t a good idea, but now we all reach for it first. Great tool.
Thank you Glenn for sharing a few words about your experience with Dewalt’s cordless sander!
We always love hearing everyone’s thoughts and experiences about their new tool purchases. If you have used this sander before, what do you think about it? Is there a different new tool you’d like to share about?
- 5″ sanding pad
- Works with 8-hole sanding discs
- 8,000-12,000 OPM
- One-handed dust bag
You’ll need a Dewalt DWV9000 universal quick connector adapter for connecting it to dust vacs and extractors from other brands.
As a reminder, here’s our hands-on about the Dewalt cordless sander. If you have unanswered questions, we can follow up with a full review.