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Festool - ETSC 125 Li 3.1-Plus Cordless Sander

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The versatile ETSC 125 is the ideal one-handed machine for maximum surface quality when pre-sanding or sanding in between coats. This random-orbital sander is balanced with a unique ergonomic battery for optimum performance and handling. The 18-volt Ergo battery provides up to 30 minutes of runtime at full power.

Cordless or corded – this new sander from Festool offers both power options without compromising performance. You can effortlessly transition from corded to cordless by purchasing the Mains ACA 100-120/18V ERGO Adapter (202502) sold separately.

With Festool’s Jetstream® dust extraction technology you can work virtually dust-free for a cleaner surface and work environment with longer abrasive life for better sanding results. The integrated, removable Protector provides protection to abutting surfaces as well as the pad for up close sanding applications.

Includes: ETSC Sander, Edge Protector, Long-life Dust Bag, 2x BP 18 Li 3.1 Ergo Batteries, TCL 6 Rapid Charger and a SYS 2 T-LOC Systainer.


Battery: 3.1 Ah, 18V, Li-ion battery
Idle Speed: 6 000 - 10 000 RPM
Sanding stroke: 5/64"
Dust Extraction Connection: 1-1/16"
Sanding Pad: 5" dia.
Weight with Battery: 3.08 lbs.


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