Gryphon Convertible Grinder

$214.95 USD
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Product Features

  • Grinding surface converts from horizontal to inclined so you can sit while you grind
  • Includes face shield and second story platform
  • Powerful DC Motor
  • Five year limited warranty


Product Description

The Gryphon Convertible Grinder offers a revolutionary advance in comfort.
By simply rotating the base, the grinding surface converts from horizontal to inclined. For the first time, you can sit while grinding. Even if you stand, the inclined work surface reduces fatigue because you no longer need to stoop over your work to see what you are doing. See specifications and features for full product details.

An electric pump supplies a constant flow of water directly to the bit regardless of saw orientation. Because of the way the water is directed onto to the bit, there is virtually no splash. No sponge is required in this arrangement. Pump must be primed first.

The Convertible grinder comes with a face shield, 1" and 1/4" bits, electric pump, and second story worksurface.

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Product Details

  • Motor: 1/5 hp DC
  • Motor speed: 3000 rpm
  • Worksurface: 13.5" by 10.5"
  • Base Height: 11" (tilted)
  • Water Feed: Electric Pump
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Shaft Diameter: 5/16"
  • Weight: 14 lbs
  • Face Shield: Included

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Awesome sidekick!
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Pros : Converts to angled platform so you can sit while grinding Uses different size bits Constant cooling with water pump
Cons : Haven’t found any
Other Thoughts : This is a breeze to use and it’s easy to switch bits and rotate platform surface. I love my gryphon grinder!
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Reliable
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Pros : Never breaks down. Water pump works great. I never have problems with it and I’ve had it for years.
Cons : None.
Other Thoughts : Will definitely buy other Gryphon products.
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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Something new
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Pros : Like the comfort of sitting to grind which I can do with the angled surface. Love the convenience of the water pump!
Cons : I have a leak somewhere that I cannot find. I have come back to an empty reservoir and a work surface of water!
Other Thoughts : The water pump is nice but has to be primed often. I did not receive the device mentioned in the user guide so I just suck on the straw!! Ewww
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