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Bosch ROS Question

Hey guys, the local lumber yard has a few tools they're phasing out and on sale. They have the Bosch 3107DVS ROS on sale for $45. It has the old style tan dust bag.

The cheapest I've found it for online is $98 but that's with the new style dust bag.

It seems a little large and clumsy but I'm guessing it's not half bad being a Bosch?

Anyone have or used this sander? Wha'd ya think? Worth the price?

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Definitely worth the price. Could it be a reconditioned sander? It's a bit bulky but does a nice job.








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Hey guys, the local lumber yard has a few tools they're phasing out and on sale. They have the Bosch 3107DVS ROS on sale for $45. It has the old style tan dust bag.

The cheapest I've found it for online is $98 but that's with the new style dust bag.

It seems a little large and clumsy but I'm guessing it's not half bad being a Bosch?

Anyone have or used this sander? Wha'd ya think? Worth the price?

Thanks

~tom
I don't know about that sander but I have the 3725DEVS and it is a good one. The older large ROS were the best but one of my hands walked off with that one. I paid over $200 for the 3725 a while back.

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Definitely worth the price. Could it be a reconditioned sander? It's a bit bulky but does a nice job.
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It's deff new... Sounds like I need to go pick it up, huh?

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