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Old 25-09-2017, 01:02 AM   #1
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DAS 6 Pro Plus or DAS 6 Pro

Hi guys, I currently have a standard sealey DA I want a new polisher and so I was gonna go down the vertool gear driven route but after researching have heard the DAS 6 range is the way to go for a beginner/novice. I'm just unsure what one to choose, I've heard the pro plus is the best choice due to is throw etc just after advice
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Old 25-09-2017, 08:00 AM   #2
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Cyc doing a sale on vertool 21mm da at the moment

I just got one,works quicker than my das6 pro

But bogs down a lot on curves
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Old 25-09-2017, 08:03 AM   #3
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Cyc doing a sale on vertool 21mm da at the moment

I just got one,works quicker than my das6 pro

But bogs down a lot on curves
I have just seen that one now.

Part of the reason i was thinking of the forces drive vertool is apparently you don't get the issues of bogging down?



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Personally I would opt for the force driven machine.
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Old 25-09-2017, 03:04 PM   #5
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If you get the plus or anything with the large throw be mindful that you won't be able to fit spot pads on it. You can use you current machine for that job as the work around.
Small point but thought I'd mention it.
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