Flex XFE 7-15 150
The FLEX XFE7-15 150 Long Stroke Orbital Polisher is a free-spinning, dual action paint polishing machine that embodies everything that is “FLEX”. From the same manufacturer that brought you the FLEX XC3401, the FLEX XFE7-15 Long Stroke Orbital Polisher has a 15 mm stroke length to cover more area and help you breeze through a detail. The extra cooling vents to prevent overheating, and a more streamlined, ergonomically correct body, along with the massive throw, makes the FLEX XFE7-15 Long Stroke Orbital Polisher a serious contender in the world of long throw polishers.
|Weighing in at only approximately 5 lbs, the FLEX XFE7-15 is lightweight enough to use for extended periods of time, and still get the correct power you want. Perfect for everyone from novices to professionals checking out what the “long throw” world has to offer, the FLEX XFE7-15 is the perfect addition to your detailing line-up.
While manufacturing the FLEX XFE7-15 Long Stroke Orbital Polisher, FLEX wanted to keep some of the familiarity that we’ve come to know and love. The overall design of the handle and body is very similar to the FLEX XC3401, but actually feels slimmer and easier to use on the FLEX XFE7-15. Rather than the standard bale handle used on other long throw polishers, the FLEX XFE7-15 features a round head, for a more firm and less strenuous grip.
The FLEX XFE7-15 Long Stroke Orbital Polisher is a free spinning model, meaning that there is no forced rotation like its older brother, the XC3401. This allowed FLEX to give the machine a longer 15 mm throw, to cover more area, faster. FLEX is already known for their high powered machines, and the XFE7-15 is a testament to this. The 6-speed motor reaches a max rate of 9,000, giving you all the bang you’ll need for a detail.
The engineers at FLEX listened to their customer while designing this new tool; brand new on the FLEX XFE7-15 Long Stroke Orbital Polisher are extra venting holes, to promote an overall cooler experience. The heat generated by such a powerful tool can be harmful to both the user and the machine, and FLEX wanted to prevent this from happening.