DEWALT Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit

What can you do with an oscillating tool?

An oscillating tool is capable of endless home improvement tasks. It can cut holes in drywall, slice grout, grind thin-set mortar, sand, and cut through door trim, among lots more.

What can you do with a multi tool?

It has plenty of uses ranging from everyday repairs to survival. The basic features of a multi-tool usually include a blade, a can opener, a bottle opener, screwdrivers, scissors, wire cutters, and pliers. With these, you can cut your food, gut a fish, slice and cut almost anything, open bottles of wine, beer,…

What is the best multi tool?

The Dime may be the best looking multi tool on the market and it’s no slouch in functionality as well. It provides the kind of bang for your buck that you may have thought was a thing of the past but thankfully, Gerber still knows what gets the DIYer’s heart racing.

How does oscillating saw work?

The oscillating tool works by moving an attachment at high-speed in an rotating or back-and-forth motion that allows for precise control with minimal vibration. Attachments include saw blades of various shapes, grinding discs, and sanding pads.


For an all-singing, all-oscillating multi-tool pack, you can’t go wrong with this extensive and effective battery-powered tool kit from DIY favorite, Dewalt. This is an impressive 28-piece multi-tool kit, with enough blades and head attachments to make short work of that home improvement snagging list, including heads for sanding, grout removal and cutting metal pipes, all packed in a neat carry bag. You can opt for the multi-tool body only as the unit has a universal accessory adaptor to take other blades but as a start-up kit, the whole pack is a great way to go. We particularly like the tool-free quick-change for accessories, which is really easy to do.

When it comes to the best oscillating tools, there’s a lot to like about the Dewalt multi-tool.  Well-balanced in the hand, it’s light enough to use for prolonged periods without straining your arm. And it comes with some nice little extras, such as a tool guide, so you can set the precise depth and height of the cut and also an LED light so you can still work accurately in dimmer or fading light.


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