Superb tool. One of those that finds a remarkable amount of work,
sometimes in totally unexpected ways--I used it the other day to cut
up a piece of plywood that was wedged in the snowblower for one
example. Also one of the few power tools that you can hand a kid with
the knowldge that he's going to have to work at it to hurt himself
Note that there are several functional equivalents on the market, from
Dremel, Bosch, Rockwell/Worx (no relation to the big aerospace
contractor), and Harbor Freight. IIRC the Rockwell and Harbor Freight
can use Multmaster blades, but not the Dremel or Bosch, don't hold me
to that though, I might be misremembering. The Dremel though for sure
has a different mount.
Go with the "Top" kit--it's expensive up front but signficantly
cheaper than getting all the accessories separately.
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