Griot's Garage constantly evaluates their products so they can offer the best tools to help you have fun in your garage. Their 1st generation random orbital brought safe and effective dual action machine polishing to a wide audience. Their 2nd generation orbital set the industry standard for performance with its powerful, 7 amp, 850 watt motor. Striving for perfection, they set out to improve upon this benchmark machine, taking into account thoughtful feedback from our great customers. After rigorous testing, they are proud to introduce the 3rd generation Griot's Garage random orbital. This new orbital offers the same great power as the previous version, but with a redesigned exterior to achieve a new level of comfort and ease of use. They kept the adjustable handle but added a rubberized grip to it. They added molded hand and finger grips to the housing, along with a domed, rubberized palm grip. The speed control dial and power switch were moved to more convenient locations. Polishing and waxing your paint with a random orbital has never been more easy, safe, and fun. With 6 speed settings, a 5⁄ 16 In. diameter offset, and low-end torque, this machine is ideal for polishing and waxing at any speed. Swirl marks? No problem. Water spots? Piece of cake. Oxidation? Bring it on! The Griot's Garage random orbital is designed to provide you with a safe and easy way to achieve flawless results with minimal work. Not sure whether this is the right tool for you? Learn more about machine polishing on their website. Powerful enough for a professional. Safe enough for a first-timer. Backed by a Griot's Garage lifetime guarantee against defects. Includes a 6 In. hook-and-loop backing plate. Foam pads not included.
- Remove swirl marks and scratches quickly and safely
- Adjustable loop handle
- Comfortable, ergonomic design
- Apply wax in a quarter of the time
- Variable speed 850 W motor, 6 In. hook and loop backing plate
- Random orbit motion
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