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Take a Miyagi home for a fraction of the cost to tackle that odd job or just to try out paint correction before getting a polisher for yourself!
Do note that all consumables including compounds, foam & microfibre pads are not included in the lease (refer to the inclusions below). Feel free to call on us for any recommendations for consumables, alternatively feel free to browse on CarPro / Scholl Concepts / Menzerna range available on our site.
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*Note on checkout that the full amount including deposit will be taken out and refund of balance will be paid out once the polisher has been received and assessed to be in the condition it was in on dispatch. Any damage noted to the polisher will be deducted from the deposit.
**A return satchel will be provided to the customer in the box. The box and all contents are to be placed in the satchel and returned the following day after the end of lease with tracking number provided to us when dropped off. This must be done so by 11am on the following day. Any returns booked in after this time will incur a penalty of $10 a day up until the return is made.
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We have been able to engineer an affordable Dual Action Random Orbital that matches the industry's leading 'Rupes Bigfoot' polisher models in its throw, ergonomic design, weight balance and everything else that makes it tick. Why is throw important we hear you ask? Click here to find out more.
In a nut shell; the Mr Miyagi goes head to head with the industry leaders respectively but at a fraction of the cost. These bad boys are designed with years of R&D to give enthusiasts and professionals the perfect balance between performance and minimal vibration for improved handling and continuous use. If you are looking to achieve professional results within a shorter time frame but lack the experience to prevent excessive paint correction, you're looking at the right solution, 'The Mr Miyagi'.
Here's a fantastic article to help you understand the differences between a dual action random orbital polisher and the more generic forced rotation polishers out there in the market which can cause paint damage if not utilized carefully. A random orbital polisher rotates through the momentum created by the high speed orbital motion. As there is no direct link between the rotations and orbit, this makes dual action random orbital polishers the safest tools to use for beginners but also enables effective paint correction.