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I have both at work and a much larger one. The small one inch wide  is good for very small projects or fine detail on wood or plastic. Not recommended for building lumber 2X4's  but can get the job done with patience. The slightly larger is more useful on larger pieces like plywood and finish work and shelving. What exactly do you want it to do?

JMARTIN,  I have "A" and it does the jobs I have used it for, including sanding wood, plastic and flattening track ends. The disc on the side is a little awkward to use. I like the fact it is small so it can be stored out of the way easily. Grit selection on the belts is important for doing a good job. Remember it is not a commercial grade power tool so feed rates are important.

Steve

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