"Has a decent weight.. does not feel too light or too heavy. Sands fine.. no screws/clips to adjust and mess about with. You simple pry the edges back and place sandpaper in the gap and snap back.. There are two small nails that provide extra grip and ensure the paper stays in place securely.
"This is a great little tool to add to your kit (or one each for your paper grades) It is heavy, but when using you don't notice this. Really easy to use, just slot into grooves. Makes dull job, easier,smoother and faster."
"Brilliant. In daily use and no problems with them at all. With wet 'n' dry paper on them I can just chuck 'em in a bucket of water and rinse out the sawdust ready for re-use. They're so cheap I have 4 - one for each grade of wet 'n' dry I use."
"This was a quarter of the price of one at a local motor factors, and better as it has a lot more weight. I'd have preferred a bit more flexibility in the base for sanding on curved surfaces, but for flat or gently curved surfaces it's fine."
"For the price i wasn't expecting a great deal, but the block works very well and is my go-to piece of kit for hand sanding. It's a little bit filddly at first to get the sandpaper in nice and tight but as soon as it's done you're good to go! Worth buying a few different ones so you can use different grades without having to change the paper every time."
"Great sanding block for the money. If I had any criticism it's the horrible smell of the rubber and how it holds the sand paper in place. Bending the rubber slits up reveals 2 spikes. It's easy to pinch one end of sandpaper on these spikes but it's not so easy to pull tight and pinch the other end without the paper being a little baggy. It holds well enough and still does the trick though."
"Very good product with good weight and grippers for sand paper. Only reservation is that the rubber flexible gripper ends evetually fail with excessive flexing through frequent changing of sand paper"