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10 Best Oscillating Tools 2017

CLICK FOR WIKI ►► Please Note: Our choices for this wiki may have changed since we published this review video. Our most recent set of reviews in this category is exclusively available on Ezvid Wiki. Oscillating tools included in this wiki include the dewalt dcs355d1, porter cable pcc710b, fein fmm350qsl, bosch gop40-30b starlockplus, porter-cable pce605k52, dremel mm20-05, rockwell rk2863k, black & decker bd200mtb, makita tm3010cx1, and festool os 400. Most Recent Picks:

Dewalt vs Makita vs Milwaukee Multi tool Review

Comparison review of Dewalt's oscillating multi-tool model DCS355, Makita's model # XMT03, and Milwaukee's model # 2620. Subscribe for more ToolRev Featured Tools: Dewalt Makita Multi-tools use a variety of attachments in an oscillating motion for sanding, cutting and scraping. They are commonly used to remove grout for tile repair, notch out drywall and wood, trim window and door shims, cut nails, etc. A great addition to your kit. Contact: ToolRev is a DIY and tool review resource on the internet. Visit

10 Best Oscillating Tools 2018

UPDATED RANKING ►► Disclaimer: These choices may be out of date. You need to go to to see the most recent updates to the list. Our complete review, including our selection for the year's best oscillating tool, is exclusively available on Ezvid Wiki. Oscillating tools included in this wiki include the makita tm3010cx1, fein fmm350qsl, rockwell rk5121, rockwell rk2863k, bosch starlockplus, black & decker bd200mtb, porter-cable pce605k52, dewalt dcs355d1, porter cable pcc710b, and festool os 400. Most Recent Picks:

Cordless Multi-Tool Head To Head

Rob Robillard carpenter and editor at shared a Head to Head he worked on for corded jigsaws. Read the entire article here: Subscribe to my free newsletter: Oscillating Multi-Tools (OMT) have exploded in popularity and created a huge sector of the power tool industry. These versatile tools offer contractors, renovators and DIY'ers a go-to option for a variety of cutting, grinding and sanding applications where limited space is an issue. Recent developments in battery technology have allowed the tool manufacturers to produce cordless OMT's with similar power and performance to the original corded versions. We recently evaluated seven cordless models in a head to head testing battle in an effort to help you choose your next cordless OMT. The results of our head to head comparison are based on all day testing by seven carpenters/contractors. The testing involved cutting applications including: cutting plywood, pine trim, and 16d nails. These cutting tests allowed us to evaluate power/speed, precision cutting, noise level, ergonomics and blade change design. In order to have a relative comparison between models with our cutting evaluation, we opted to use the same blades on all the models. The folks at Bosch were kind enough to supply all of the blades for our OMT head to head testing. We used the following blades in our testing: Wood -- OSC114 (Precision) Hard Wood -- OSC114JF (Precision Japanese tooth) Wood with Nails -- OSC114F (Precision Bimetal) Metal -- OSC114C (Carbide) Models Featured In Our OMT Head To Head Bosch 18V Multi-X Oscillating Tool, MXH180BL DEWALT XR Lithium Ion Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit, DCS355D1 FEIN MultiMaster Cordless, AFMM 14 Makita 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Multi-Tool, XMT03Z Milwaukee M18™ Cordless LITHIUM-ION Multi-Tool, 2626-22 Porter-Cable 20V Max Lithium Oscillating Tool, PCC710 Ridgid JobMax 18V, R862004

Best Oscillating Tool Shootout - 25 Models Tested

We tested 25 different oscillating multitools from 14 different manufacturers to see which was the best. Finding the best oscillating tool also meant we needed to test both cordless multitools and cordless oscillating multitools together. We tested for ergonomics, vibration, blade change simplicity, noise output, value, and cutting speed. In the end, the results were surprising. Nothing was as surprising as realizing that corded models stole the show. They beat cordless by about a 5:1 ratio overall (there were only two cordless models in our top 10 results). Fein's Supercut and Multimaster tools stole the show, but didn't win on value. Makita, RIDGID, Milwaukee, Dremel, DeWalt, and others made a great showing as well. There were some great performers and even one brand which failed to complete our cutting test. Check out the full written review:

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