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[Lowes] Bosch 4 1/2-in 7.5 Amp Grinder (2-Pack) $79.99

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Bosch 4 1/2-in 7.5 Amp Grinder (2-Pack) $79.99

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79.99
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43% off
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October 9, 2019
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Lowes
2 Pack Bosch 4 1/2-in 7.5 Amp Sliding Switch Small Angle Grinder

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Price in title please!
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This or the Milwaukee that's on sale for $60 at Home Depot?

What's the quality of this? 1 year warranty is pretty weak.
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Why on earth would anybody need a two pack of these? I've only legitimately used my angle grinder like one time, I don't know what I'd do with two. Are you supposed to dual wield them?
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BinaryJay wrote: Why on earth would anybody need a two pack of these? I've only legitimately used my angle grinder like one time, I don't know what I'd do with two. Are you supposed to dual wield them?
You could have two different type of blades on them without swapping. It makes a big difference if you are actually using them heavily, not just some Mickey mouse projects where you only need to grind something once like you said.
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If anyone wants a DeWalt one then let me know. BNIB. $40
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cy wrote: You could have two different type of blades on them without swapping. It makes a big difference if you are actually using them heavily, not just some Mickey mouse projects where you only need to grind something once like you said.
Thanks for putting a diy mickeymouser in his place.
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BinaryJay wrote: Why on earth would anybody need a two pack of these? I've only legitimately used my angle grinder like one time, I don't know what I'd do with two. Are you supposed to dual wield them?
It's not a quick process to switch wheels so somebody who uses different types of wheels a lot would benefit from having multiple angle grinders.
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Kurtz7834 wrote: This or the Milwaukee that's on sale for $60 at Home Depot?

What's the quality of this? 1 year warranty is pretty weak.
I have a Milwaukee 5" that I love, mainly because of the trigger switch it has. These thumb sliders suck if you're turning it on off frequently
The Milwaukee on sale at HD seems to be a slider on top of the body, but the "action" pictures of it, don't show it there, I think thats a different model shown
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raskal wrote:
I have a Milwaukee 5" that I love, mainly because of the trigger switch it has. These thumb sliders suck if you're turning it on off frequently
The Milwaukee on sale at HD seems to be a slider on top of the body, but the "action" pictures of it, don't show it there, I think thats a different model shown
I have to ask but in what situation would you want to turn on and off the grinder repeatedly? If anything i prefer the always on slider so i can hold the grinder by the body for awkward/ tight positions and not forced to be holding onto the trigger reducing fatigue in extended use.

PS I agree with the different disks on multiple units. Saves a bunch of time.
Side note 4.5" is very shallow for cutting discs. We end up taking off the gaurd and putting the 5" so they last longer.

Happy grinding ;)
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Sakame wrote: I have to ask but in what situation would you want to turn on and off the grinder repeatedly?
it's not really that frequently, but grinding a bit, stopping to look at progress, some more ...
If anything i prefer the always on slider so i can hold the grinder by the body for awkward/ tight positions and not forced to be holding onto the trigger reducing fatigue in extended use.
the trigger switch has the press the button to keep power on (pull trigger, press button keep grinding). I've just found slide switches can be difficult to engage and the trigger a more natural feel.
Personal preference I guess


I saw a DeWalt 5" rat tail grinder I liked. Very narrow but long body. Nice leverage I would think, but a tad more than 2 for $80
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Anyone in Vancouver wants to buy and split the cost?
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xtrmDeals wrote: If anyone wants a DeWalt one then let me know. BNIB. $40
Where you located?
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paaji wrote: Where you located?
Mississauga, Ontario. Sorry, should've mentioned that.
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Sakame wrote: I have to ask but in what situation would you want to turn on and off the grinder repeatedly? If anything i prefer the always on slider so i can hold the grinder by the body for awkward/ tight positions and not forced to be holding onto the trigger reducing fatigue in extended use.

PS I agree with the different disks on multiple units. Saves a bunch of time.
Side note 4.5" is very shallow for cutting discs. We end up taking off the gaurd and putting the 5" so they last longer.

Happy grinding ;)
Guess size does matter, I miss my Stihl gas cut off machine with a 14" diamond blade. I could cut through anything like butter.
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I have a battery powered one and the batteries die quickly!
Will definitely pick this up!
Good deal!
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