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Offline bajsmalen

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #90 on: March 27, 2020, 02:11 PM »
Anyone can confirm this is still the case with newly bought models? That the 125 can take the 150 pad without any problems, brake working as intended etc.
Preferably someone with a newly bought EU 230v version.

Read contradicting posts from both @TylerC and @ScotF.
« Last Edit: March 27, 2020, 02:14 PM by bajsmalen »

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Offline cjfiore88

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #91 on: May 20, 2020, 01:55 PM »
Does anyone know if the Jetstream 2 150 pad works on the ETS EC 125? It looks like there has been some conflicting information with new Sanders. I would be looking at buying one soon, and this will impact which one I buy.

Offline Cheese

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #92 on: May 20, 2020, 02:28 PM »
Does anyone know if the Jetstream 2 150 pad works on the ETS EC 125? It looks like there has been some conflicting information with new Sanders. I would be looking at buying one soon, and this will impact which one I buy.

Here's your answer...


Offline manuc

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #93 on: May 20, 2020, 06:37 PM »
I second that it works on the 125. It’s great for using on drywall with the Granat net and interface pad.

Offline Dusty.Tools

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ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #94 on: May 21, 2020, 02:20 AM »
+1 I used it to sand a bunch of decking, the combination works flawlessly


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Offline Steptoe

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #95 on: July 06, 2020, 10:32 AM »
Does anyone know if the Jetstream 2 150 pad works on the ETS EC 125? It looks like there has been some conflicting information with new Sanders. I would be looking at buying one soon, and this will impact which one I buy.

Here's your answer...

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Hi Cheese, do you know the Festool part no for the 6" pad on the ETS 125/3 please?

Thanks in advance

Offline Cheese

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #96 on: July 06, 2020, 10:47 AM »

Hi Cheese, do you know the Festool part no for the 6" pad on the ETS 125/3 please?

Thanks in advance

The Jetstream 2 hard pad is 202460.

Offline Steptoe

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #97 on: July 06, 2020, 11:19 AM »

Hi Cheese, do you know the Festool part no for the 6" pad on the ETS 125/3 please?

Thanks in advance

The Jetstream 2 hard pad is 202460.

Many thanks

Offline 08G8V8

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #98 on: July 06, 2020, 12:47 PM »
Looking on the Festool website, they show the current part number for the ETS EC 125/3 as 576340.  I see on Amazon, Hartville Hardware which looks to be an authorized dealer, is selling it under part number 571897.

I don't see anything on the Festool site when searching this part number other than it does bring up the 576340 when searching for it.

Anyone know what the difference is?  Thanks

Offline Scott in Bend

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #99 on: July 06, 2020, 02:20 PM »
Looking on the Festool website, they show the current part number for the ETS EC 125/3 as 576340.  I see on Amazon, Hartville Hardware which looks to be an authorized dealer, is selling it under part number 571897.

I don't see anything on the Festool site when searching this part number other than it does bring up the 576340 when searching for it.

Anyone know what the difference is?  Thanks

Both sanders are the same.  The difference is in the systainer.  It appears the 576340 comes in the new style systainer 3.  The 571897 must be old stock of the sander in the original t-loc systainer.

Offline 08G8V8

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #100 on: July 06, 2020, 02:25 PM »
Looking on the Festool website, they show the current part number for the ETS EC 125/3 as 576340.  I see on Amazon, Hartville Hardware which looks to be an authorized dealer, is selling it under part number 571897.

I don't see anything on the Festool site when searching this part number other than it does bring up the 576340 when searching for it.

Anyone know what the difference is?  Thanks

Both sanders are the same.  The difference is in the systainer.  It appears the 576340 comes in the new style systainer 3.  The 571897 must be old stock of the sander in the original t-loc systainer.
Thanks for the info. That makes sense. I’m fairly new to Festool. Not sure the systainer is a big deal for me. 


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Offline TwelvebyTwenty

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #101 on: July 06, 2020, 02:46 PM »
Looking on the Festool website, they show the current part number for the ETS EC 125/3 as 576340.  I see on Amazon, Hartville Hardware which looks to be an authorized dealer, is selling it under part number 571897.

I don't see anything on the Festool site when searching this part number other than it does bring up the 576340 when searching for it.

Anyone know what the difference is?  Thanks

Both sanders are the same.  The difference is in the systainer.  It appears the 576340 comes in the new style systainer 3.  The 571897 must be old stock of the sander in the original t-loc systainer.
Thanks for the info. That makes sense. I’m fairly new to Festool. Not sure the systainer is a big deal for me. 


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We've all been there... a few years later all purchases are made with a strong bias to whether they fit in a Systainer.  [eek]

Offline 08G8V8

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #102 on: July 06, 2020, 04:33 PM »
Looking on the Festool website, they show the current part number for the ETS EC 125/3 as 576340.  I see on Amazon, Hartville Hardware which looks to be an authorized dealer, is selling it under part number 571897.

I don't see anything on the Festool site when searching this part number other than it does bring up the 576340 when searching for it.

Anyone know what the difference is?  Thanks

Both sanders are the same.  The difference is in the systainer.  It appears the 576340 comes in the new style systainer 3.  The 571897 must be old stock of the sander in the original t-loc systainer.
Thanks for the info. That makes sense. I’m fairly new to Festool. Not sure the systainer is a big deal for me. 


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We've all been there... a few years later all purchases are made with a strong bias to whether they fit in a Systainer.  [eek]

I only have the RTS400 with the new style systainer, so I guess I'll have an old style systainer now to compare to it....I went ahead and ordered the sander and saved some money toward a 6" pad.

Now to order a hard 5" pad, and a soft and hard 6" pads, and sanding paper.

Offline 08G8V8

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ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #103 on: July 09, 2020, 05:06 PM »
Looking on the Festool website, they show the current part number for the ETS EC 125/3 as 576340.  I see on Amazon, Hartville Hardware which looks to be an authorized dealer, is selling it under part number 571897.

I don't see anything on the Festool site when searching this part number other than it does bring up the 576340 when searching for it.

Anyone know what the difference is?  Thanks

Both sanders are the same.  The difference is in the systainer.  It appears the 576340 comes in the new style systainer 3.  The 571897 must be old stock of the sander in the original t-loc systainer.
Thanks for the info. That makes sense. I’m fairly new to Festool. Not sure the systainer is a big deal for me. 


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We've all been there... a few years later all purchases are made with a strong bias to whether they fit in a Systainer.  [eek]

I only have the RTS400 with the new style systainer, so I guess I'll have an old style systainer now to compare to it....I went ahead and ordered the sander and saved some money toward a 6" pad.

Now to order a hard 5" pad, and a soft and hard 6" pads, and sanding paper.
I got my sander today and turns out they did send the newer version part number 576340.  So, got it for the $400 vs $425.  They no longer have a listing, but another vendor has the same old part number listed but at the current $425 price.


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Offline cjfiore88

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Re: ETS EC 125/150?
« Reply #104 on: July 17, 2020, 06:33 AM »
I ordered mine before the price hike too, and it cake with the new systainer. The brake works perfectly on the 6 inch jet stream 2 hard pad.