Built to handle any detailing situation, the new LHR 15 MarkII is the new frontier of Detailing. The ergonomic design allows for precise paint correction with complete comfort, including curved surfaces and difficult to reach areas. More powerful with a higher RPM level, 30% more efficient, in spite of the smaller 15 mm orbit the machine is equipped with.
The rubber cup positioned on the machine body and grip refines the flawless BigFoot polishers design. The soft-grip material makes it pleasant and secure to hold. Practical handgrip, silent mechanics, minimum vibrations: these are just some features that makes BigFoot the market’s most versatile and sought- after system.
Electronic speed control module
The Variable speed dial provides the ability to adjust speeds for specialist applications. The speed controller on the handle permits polishing at a speed precisely adjusted to suit the task in hand, and can also be regulated during use, thus avoiding any interruption. The pad rotates at the selected speed, maintaining specified speed under load, from 2500 to 5300 RPM, and employs exactly the right amount of power needed for the specific task. The speed control gives the user six settings for any polishing situation.
The perfect balance of the components makes polishing comfortable and vibration free. This ensures an optimum transfer of power to the surface, and makes even hard-to reach areas accessible and guarantees top polishing results. That means that you can work for longer with greater comfort. The major balance of the tool body allows more sensitive control when polishing.
ON-OFF switch lock
The on-off switch button located on the left side of the handgrip allows the operator to move his hands freely to different gripping positions while polishing, and prevents it being pressed accidentally. Thanks to this device, the tool is safe also for extended use Applications
Attention to detail is something more than just attractive design. Every detail, such as the rubber support positioned on the body of the machine to keep it stable during the non working stages, is the result of meticulous research aimed at achieving maximum operator comfort.