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Smile Festool 201234 "PRO 5 LTD" ETS 125 REQ Random Orbital Sander

I received a few notices today about the soon to be released Festool Pro 5 LTD random orbital sander. Here is the information:

For a limited time, order the Festool PRO 5 sander for only $99 and receive a $50 voucher toward your next Festool power tool purchase. The voucher will be included in the Systainer with your sander. Also, receive the PRO 5 sander in a special edition blue Systainer.

http://www.festoolproducts.com/festo...al-sander.html

I ordered one myself and thought I would share it here with you. I am just a hobbyist and have no affiliation with Festool or anyone who sells tools.

Just sharing some good fortune.
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That... Is a ridiculously good price on that! Thanks for sharing mate, think I just found a new sander...

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That... Is a ridiculously good price on that! Thanks for sharing mate, think I just found a new sander...
Double check it, I found that is the normal price, the voucher makes it good.

it is a light duty sander, 1.7A compared to most other 5" that are around 3A.

I almost bought one, and then pulled back, if you have something else Festool you want to buy, then it is a good deal.
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I have the older version of that sander, along with another Festool sander, and I can say it's absolutely worth the money. The ETS125 is best as a finish sander. I use mine after my 6" Bosch to sand stuff smooth, it's a pleasure to use with great dust collection.

They've already sold out of this run, hopefully they still offer this deal when they make more.

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