BOSCH Power Tools – GET75-6N – Electric Orbital Sander, Polisher – 7.5 Amp, Corded, 6″” Disc Size – features Two Sanding Modes: Random Orbit, Aggressive Turbo for Woodworking, Polishing, Carpentry

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Dual mode: Provides 2 sanding modes, random orbit mode for normal stock removal or fine finishing and “turbo” Driven eccentric orbit mode for aggressive stock removal at 5 times the rate of the normal random orbit sanding mode

Variable speed: The GET75 6N comes with a powerful 7. 5 amp variable speed motor (no load speed: 290 to 640 RPM, no load orbit speed: 3300 to 7300 OPM) provide power, flexibility for jobs

Ease of use: Get fast, smooth finishes on a variety of surfaces

Passive dust collection system: Passive dust collection system that requires a vacuum cleaner and hoses; Accepts Bosch VAC001, VAC009 and VAC010 hoses (sold separately) or a Bosch VAC002 hose adapter (included)

Orbital sander Package includes: The GET75 6N unit includes 1 (1) soft backing pad, 1 (1) hex pad wrench, 1 (1) sanding disc, 1 (1) removable front handle, 2 (2) vacuum hose adapters; Perfect for normal removal, most sanding jobs, wood floors, furniture finishing and polishing applications

Turbo mode – has direct-drive rotation for 3x stock removal of standard random-orbit mode, for an alternative to a belt sander

Multi-hole pad system – allows flexibility so tool can use a wide variety of abrasive discs

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Sand and Shape Work Pieces Seamlessly

With a 7.5 amp motor and 3,300 to 7,300 orbits per minute, the Bosch Power Tools – GET75-6N – Electric Orbital Sander gives you the best result every time. Woodworking will get a lot easier with the Bosch Power Tools – GET75-6N – Electric Orbital Sander as it is powerful, versatile and comes with variable speeds as well.

A Versatile and Simple Tool

This sander and polisher by Bosch comes with low vibration and an ergonomic design. The grip your hand stays comfortable while counterweight balance reduces hand fatigue from vibration. All so that you can work longer. Use this sander for fine finishing large surfaces, corners or edges and any surface contour. You will be able to make arcs, curves, contours and more with ease. The attachments are easy to change with no tool required.

Simple to Clean

Not only does the Bosch Power Tools – GET75-6N – Electric Orbital Sander easy on sanding and ergonomic to use, but also comes with a dust box so that you can dispose it off with ease and keep your environment clean. This box collects and keeps dust away.



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Item Weight

‎5.7 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎15 x 6.3 x 5.5 inches

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‎6 in. Sander



Power Source

‎Corded Electric


‎120 Volts

Amperage Capacity

‎7.5 Amps

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Included Components

‎(1) GET75-6 6 In. Dual-Mode Random Orbit Sander, (1) Medium Backing Pad, (1) Hex Pad Wrench, (1) Sanding Disc, (1) Removable Front Handle, (2) Vacuum Hose Adapters

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Batteries Required?


Warranty Description

‎Limited 1 Year





Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#12,497 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#13 in Power Random Orbit Sanders

Date First Available

August 15, 2019

10 reviews for BOSCH Power Tools – GET75-6N – Electric Orbital Sander, Polisher – 7.5 Amp, Corded, 6″” Disc Size – features Two Sanding Modes: Random Orbit, Aggressive Turbo for Woodworking, Polishing, Carpentry

  1. Amazon Customer

    After painting the walls and ceiling I thought why not sand the floors? I knew it was going to be a project, and after owning several Sanders I decided to spend the money and buy something I thought would be up to the challenge. The home was build sometime in the 1800’s, and I am sure nothing was ever done to the floors. In the beginning all went well. I did not have to put much work into sanding and the Bosch held up with no problem. From the photos you can see I used a small shop vac with it, but over time it did not hold up well so I had to get a larger shop vac. My issue is not with the sander, but with finding 40 Grit, 6” sand paper with holes.I have reached certain areas where the 60 Grit does nothing, and have spent a lot of money on sand paper. How much? I bet a few hundred dollars on paper alone. Why would Bosch come out with a great 6” sander when it’s almost impossible to get the right Grit in that size???? Such a minor detail and yet it has a huge impact. What should have taken a few days is now taking weeks because I have not been able to locate 6” 8 hole, 40 grit sand paper!! Other than that the sander is great! I would recommend. The photos speak the themselves. If you have a large project ahead of you, make sure you can find all the sand paper you will need before buying. I would have never thought this was going to be an issue.

  2. iloveamazon

    I have a flooring business and have been using the gen 1 (1250devs) since 2012 and own 4 of them. None of them ever had any problems besides one needing brushes changed. They are used almost daily and I never would think there would be another version thats better then it until I tried the GET75 6N! I bought one a few days ago just to try it out and I was so satisfy that I just bought another one yesterday!My few concern is that it is loud and sometimes makes a weird squealing like noise but today after using it there was none of that so maybe it needs to be broken in? My other concern is that I heard of peoples pad falling apart and not being able to purchase a replacement anytime soon. A negative is also not being able to purchase a hard pad! I purchased a hard pad for it but its only good for gen 1. I can’t imagine how much better it can get with a hard pad installed.Definitely worth every penny with the time it saves!!

  3. Jim

    As a professional I have 1,000+ hours of sanding using all types of sanders. I was using the 5″ AirVantage, 3/32″ random orbital pneumatic palm sanders. I wanted to buy a larger, more aggressive (possibly 3/16″ orbital) with dust collection capabilities. I called AirVantage (because their website gave inadequate info/specs) to get clarification. Fortunately for me did the did not respond to 4 messages left on voicemail… I went on a search and bought the Bosch. BEST TIME SAVING TOOL I’VE EVER PURCHASED. I sanded a 29′ long, 3″ solid ash, bar in literally 1/20th the time it was taking me using AirVantage sanders. Better hold on when using the “Turbo” mode. Used for hours and never got hot… It is so aggressive I’ve almost stopped using belt sanders. Spend the money and save countless hours.

  4. mostdangerous city in the usa El Paso

    I have a Dewalt variable speed oscillating sander (4,8 star rating) that works really well on small projects but I feared that my next project would be too much for this tool. Did a little research and found a festool that is highly rated ($600.00) and was at top of the list and read/viewed videos on Festool and this get75 and both were “contractor” grade units that have a specific function. I’ll be “resurfacing “ an entire cedar fence that has begun to peel(cheap stain from big box chain) I’ll need to unscrew each overlapping plank and rail to remove stain. Did a few with the Dewalt (took too long) the get75 has a “turbo” mode tha switches from oscillation to rotary with oscillation, plus you can control the variable speed. That made the difference. Stain came off in 1/3 the time. This is a one man diy project that will save me several thousand dollars. New planks alone will cost in excess of $10k to replace (materials only) I just hope it will last throughout the entire project ! I’ll follow up with a second ratings review when I finish my fence. I purchased Mirka abranet (mesh sanding disks) used a ridgid 6hp vacuum and can finish a 6ft X 5 1/2 inch plank in one minute flat (turbo mode) EXCELLENT sander !July.25,2021 the get75 6n has been “bogging” down in “turbo” mode and variable speed #6. With only my hand over the sander it slows down to about 4-5 oscillations per minute. I called Bosch , explained what was happening and immediately emailed me a fedex label and a case number. Total turn around time was about 8 days ! Great customer service AND warranty repair ! Bosch backs their products. I haven’t seen this but with canon professional camera repair(those guys are super too) . I look at reviews when I purchase any tool but customer service and repair are UBER important. I give Bosch ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ !The mesh type sandpaper works beater than traditional sandpaper with holes. Mirka makes “ABRANET” and is a screen sand pad and are available with 40 grit. The hard disks from Bosch (about $40.00)) here from Amazon and use an appropriate vacuum (Bosch, fein and festool make great vacuums for this type of work)

  5. Paul Hilsenrath (the patron saint of good coffee)

    The sander is extremely powerful and will do a terrific job on sanding wood. The unit requires considerable effort to control and has significant vibration. On the other hand I am in my 70th year and am a desk jockey type professional. I imagine someone who is “in the trades”, younger and in better shape than me might take exception to my comment. Still, the unit is exceptional and will do the job with aplomb, for those of us of advanced age and a sedentary professional life I recommend frequent rest breaks and gloved hands. By the way, hooking the thing up to a vacuum will eliminate most dust. Be sure to wear hearing protection.

  6. Orrin K.

    I have always used a belt sander for rough sanding when a lot of material removal was needed. And a random orbit for finish sanding. But a belt sander can be hard to use for most people and it is easy to end up with an uneven surface with pad marks and such. But I have been using one for over 40 years and felt that I was very good at using it. But I saw a review of the Festool orbital sander in which the reviewer said it has a very aggressive mode with fast stock removal and it had replaced his belt sander. After looking into it, I discovered that several companies made sander like the Festool but with a much more reasonable price. I decided to try the Bosch version. And wow, it is a beast. In the turbo mode, it really removes the material, but in a much more controlled manor. I just finished 4 end grain cutting boards with maple and walnut and I was able to sand them very flat and even without having to use a planner or a router flattening jig. After using the turbo mode to flatten, I switched to normal mode and sanded them to 320. Beautiful finish with no swirl marks or imperfections.Also the dust extraction is excellent. I highly recommend this sander, is not cheap, but it is competitively priced with others like it. But it can be hard to find. Don’t pay over $300 for it. If it is over that, they are gouging..

  7. Mikey Mike and the Funky Bunch

    For years I spent hours using my little ROS sander thinking I would someday get a Festool Rotex when I’m ready for retirement and then I saw this and said why not since it’s half the price. After one project I was pretty impressed and feeling pretty silly I hadn’t gotten this earlier, saves many hours and was able to smooth a epoxied slab starting with 60 and working my way up to a buffing pad after 1000 grit. Was done all on one unit using turbo followed by random on 60, 80, 120, & 150 grits and random only up to 1000. Yay it’s heavy, but for projects like this who cares? I’m not sanding the ceiling. What are people using this thing for that the extra few lb is a deal breaker especially for the price. Will it last forever? Not sure, but after a few months I have save enough time it’s more than worth it. Will the festool last longer? Don’t know, if this one fails I either getting it again or a festool and we can see which one does. But for the entry price and the occasional use I think the Bosch is the way to go.

  8. J. Lee

    The media could not be loaded.  August 2020 Update:Fully recommend this unit at half the cost of the Festool Rotex. See video upload of a walnut and epoxy serving tray- the point isn’t whether you like to mix epoxy into your wood projects, but it’s notoriously much harder to sand epoxy properly compared to hardwoods, so I include it for reference. This unit has a fairly agressive stroke, but if you use proper slow movement technique (i.e. 1” per second) and progress through the grits properly, you can achieve very good finish sanding results, even though it can also hog out material on forced rotation mode in lower grits really well too. I think this is as close as you can get to an all-in-one sander, especially for a decent price. Dust extraction is great, especially with net sandpaper because the pad has a ton of both large and small hole patterns…two rows of the larger holes (so double what you get in a standard big box sander) plus tons of small holes similar to what you see on the more advanced Festool or 3M sandpaper. I bet the Mirka Deros wild beat this unit in finish sanding and maybe even on some other categories, and probably festool could beat it in a category like dust extraction potentially, but not sure either of those or any other sander does all that this one does for the price you pay for the Bosch. Just get this one and invest in your preferred sandpaper brand with the money you save.Original:I am very impressed by this unit. It handles extremely well. Turbo mode has more power than you can imagine but creates a beautiful and productive result. In my first use, I smoothed rough walnut stock in quick time and then went to a finer grit with the regular orbital mode to achieve an incredible surface on which to apply Rubio Monocoat. Even with a cheap shop vac, dust collection exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend this unit unless your workshop and craft somehow demands the other brand of green button tools, though I’m not sure that unit would actually be superior to this one, especially in light of the pricing difference.10/29/19 Update: Note that the 2nd generation unit has an improved dust collection hole pattern (from what I can tell of the 1st generation’s hole pattern). There are very many smaller holes in addition to the normal larger ones that universal sanding papers have. My belief is that the 2nd generation is better positioned to take advantage of improving sand paper dust extraction technology and the new sanding nets.

  9. Paul

    The Bosch GET75-6N sander appears to be a great sander for me. I buy good tools after I’ve researched the market, I use them, I expect them to last, and the companies to back them up with excellent customer, parts, and technical service. I know how to use tools. I take care of them.. So . . . I was pretty disappointed when the GET75-6N broke within an hour of use.The sanding pad came apart. Easy, just order a new pad and get on with it. I called both Amazon and Bosch for help. The folks at Amazon made a valiant effort but came up empty. Bosch very unapologetically said backing pads for the GET75-6N would not be available until August 2020!In essence the sander is useless without a pad. So, I looked at a fix.Backing Pad fix for GET75-6NTurns out there’s an easy fix. The pad is three parts: the actual pad, a stiff, hard plastic disc, and a metal “key” that fits over the sander head. A bolt then tightens the pad to the sander.What breaks is the little plastic “rivets” that hold the plastic disc to metal key.There are six holes in it around the inner circumference of the plastic disc and the key. There are also two smaller holes closer to the center. Lining up the six holes in the plastic disc with the six holes on the metal key, Using the two smaller holes, I drilled holes through the plastic disc using the holes in the key for position.It is important to be as accurate as possible so that everything is centered whenre-assembled.Once the holes are drilled, use a couple pop-rivets in these holes. You have a working sander!The other way to fix the problem is called Fest Tool.

  10. TBP/Rock/Va

    Very happy with this tool. While it is a handful, it works very well. Used it to take down both sides of a live walnut live edge slab from 40 grit to 220 grit. (60” x 19”). Also used it with Cherry. Does a decent job with dust collection and the dual action (rotary and random orbital) is very desirable. (Does not make a dust cloud when I pop it down after turning it off.). I will see how durable it is, but so far, I am pleased. Recommend strongly buying the soft and hard disk pads – came with the medium. Found Bosch and Norton 6” disks both work fine. Only beef is the 5 mm Allen wrench they included to remove the pads is too short, but like any woodworker I have many Allen wrenches with longer shifts and it was not an issue once I identified it.

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