This item will be shipped through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. Will usually ship within 1 business day of receiving cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab. Dewalt is soon coming out with their first-ever 20V Max li-ion cordless brushless oscillating tool, the DCS355. Dewalt says that the new oscillating tool is ideal for trim carpenters  cabinet, flooring, and service installers, or any other professional tradesmen. As with other oscillating tools, the new Dewalt cordless brushless multi-tool can be used to cut wood, metal, plastic, or drywall materials. It looks like Dewalt’s brushless oscillating tool suffers from some of the same shortfalls of their corded version, namely a tool-free blade change mechanism that is only tool-free when used with Dewalt blades. I am also not all that happy that a dust port adapter is not available or even in the works.
As with the corded version, the tool is operated via a 2-position Dual-Grip variable-speed trigger.
Dewalt says that this grip design gives users improved control, but I would think that a numbered dial provides greater repeatability and user comfort. One thing I do like is that the 20V Max brushless oscillating tool appears to be more compact than their corded version. Overall, there are a couple of things that work to the 20V Max multi-tool’s favor, but an equal number of factors that work against it.
I have no doubts that this will be a good tool, but if you’re in the market for a cordless brushless oscillating tool, think long and hard about whether this is the best tool for your uses. Do you know if the quick change works with other brands’ blades, or is it for only DeWalt blades? Dewalt and Rockwell blades will fit natively via tool-free blade change, all other compatible brands require the use of the included universal adapter, machine screw, and Allen wrench. I assume other blade manufacturer’s will revise the designs to work with the Dewalt before long. I like the idea of a trigger control, however I think Dewalt missed a total winner they could easily of had the usual dial speed control as well for ultimate control.


I posed the question to Dewalt recently, and their response suggested that a dust collection accessory was not even in development.
It also looks like the EU versions come bundled with Tstak storage cases while here in NA all we get is a dinky soft carrying bag. What I am getting at is that I used my corded one and repaired the coil saving me at least 1000 US dollars…so the corded one already paid for itself and this cordless one.
After beating the crap out of my Fein for two years I’m glad I went with the original. IMHO Dewalt has put all the other Multi tools even close to their price to shame; this is one fine tool. Alright so I have an odd project in which I need to cut the bottom of a Jack Daniels bottle off in one strait smooth cut and still holes into the sides, knowing this bottle is made of a very thick glass I am wondering which product and accessories could help me complete this project with the best results? They also make specialty glass bottle cutters, for about $50, but they look to work best on round bottles.
For drilling holes in the side, you would need diamond coring bits, specialty glass-drilling bits, or something to that effect. This item will be sent through the Global Shipping Programme and includes international tracking.
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By clicking 1 Click Bid, you are agreeing to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. They also recently came out with a corded oscillating multi-tool, as well as a couple of universal accessories and a tool-free adapter for other brands’ tools.
With the appropriate blade or attachment it can also be used for detailed sanding, grout removal, or scraping tasks.
As with the corded oscillating tool kit, most of these accessories are sanding sheets (some are not shown).


And you can use other brands blades, all you have to do is cut them to match their blades using snips or a cutoff tool like a dremel or grinder with a cutoff disc doesn’t take that long and they work just as good. I am surprised that such an adapter is offered in the EU market but not in North America, and actually a bit annoyed.
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By clicking Confirm bid you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Here, you can squeeze the trigger for variable speed, or squeeze the trigger and press the lock-on button. Was this number born from a clipboard, or actual testing with brushless and brushed oscillating tools? I am optimistic that the cordless version will be just as well-built, but as of now I am not convinced that I will like it any better. A quick Google turned up a couple of tutorials, although I’m not sure how well they would work on a thick Jack Daniels bottle. Regardless of my nitpicking, a brushless motors are far more efficient than brushed motors, and so a brushless cordless oscillating tool typically will outrun a brushed multi-tool. If you have ordered the item and changed your mind you may send the item back at your own cost and we will refund you less any handling charges and carriage.



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