Best Bench Grinders in India For 2020

Here we have listed the most popular Bench Grinders among DIYers. All these run at 220 volts Single Phase supply. If you are buying Bench Grinder for the first time, this article may help Bench Grinder Buying Guide

The below list is sorted according to which we feel to be value for money. And if you are planning to buy a Bench Grinder not for frequent use, then you should also have a look on Straight Grinders. Their construction is similar to Angle Grinders, which is simple. Moreover they cost less and are portable. They are available in sizes of 5 inches and 6 inches. Below is our list of Best Bench Grinders in India for 2020

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Stanley STGB3715

Stanley STGB3715

The Stanley STGB3715 is the most value for money ever. The main reason is its Price. Considering a 1/2 HP motor, it would be the best choice for DIYers. It is reliable like the Bosch and Makita. This model has its construction similar to Dewalt ones. Other Bench Grinders in this price range either are either expensive or have a small motor which is less than 1/2 HP. This model is selling quite well across the world.

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Bosch GBH 35-15

Bosch GBH 35-15

The Bosch GBH 35-15 is one of the best mid ranged grinder. It also has the 1/2 HP motor. All Bosch products have a sturdy construction. It has service centers wide spread across the country. But still, there is no much much maintenance to be expected from Bench Grinders. This machine weighs about 10 kgs, 1.5 kgs more than the Stanley STGB3715. If you need a reliable Bench Grinder for DIY use, this would be the best choice. This model is also sold as GBG6 in other countries.

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Ferm BGM1020

Ferm BGM1020

This is the most popular budget Bench Grinder. Though it supports 6 inch disc, the motor power is somewhat insufficient. There are other Grinders with 150 watt Induction Motors. I would not personally recommend them. An average Bench Grinder must have 350 watt motor. 250 watt is just an entry level motor. If your job is to sharpen knives and scissors, this will be sufficient. Not recommended for professional use. The only difference between a low power and high power motor is that low power ones won’t let you push hard on the stone (wheel). If overloaded, it will stop. The key to grind is to let the motor spin at its full RPM and not pushing hard on the wheels. Both execute the same job with equal finish.

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Bosch GBG 60-20

Bosch GBG 60-20

If you are not happy with the 373 watt motor, and need some more power, the Bosch GBG 60-20 is definitely the machine you are looking for. This is the elder brother of the GBG 35-15, having the same design except its motor size. As mentioned, this machine supports wheel up to 8 inches. Technically, 8 inches is the size of the safety housing. The GBG 60-20 weighs about 17 kgs which is enough to tackle any vibrations and is a reliable choice for professionals and DIYers. This model is also called GBG8 in foreign markets.

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Dewalt DW752R

Dewalt DW752R

The Dewalt DW752R is also a most popular Bench Grinder around the world. The Stanley STGB3715 and the Dewalt DW752R have similar construction. Both visually look the same. But the Dewalt is around 2.5 kgs heavier according to the specifications provided. Both these have a Cast Iron base. If you are looking for a Branded and reliable Grinder, this would be a good choice.

Note: The above list will be updated regularly. For complete list of all models, please visit this page on Bench Grinder Specifications Comparison.

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