As with other oscillating tools, the new Dewalt version can cut, sand, scrape, or remove a range of materials, depending on the type of blade or accessory you pair it with.
Update: It looks like there is a trigger lock on the side of the oscillating tool, and the kit comes with a new style deep-compartment ToughCase organizer.
The DWE315K kit includes a 30-piece accessory set: (1) bi-metal plunge cutting blade, (1) fast-cutting wood blade, (1) semi-circle flush cutting blade, (1) sanding pad, (25) sandpaper sheets, (1) universal accessory adapter. The DWE315K oscillating multi-tool kit comes with a sampling of Dewalt’s new Universal Fitment accessories, which are designed to fit most major brands of oscillating tools. These 3 additional blade types will be available separately and are not included in the tool kit.
Dewalt users and fans will certainly rejoice over the news, but I will reserve judgement until the dust settles from the launch. Right now the Universal Fitment line consists of 6 blades, a sanding pad, and sanding sheets. I do like that Dewalt is aiming to provide improved user control via the Dual-Grip variable speed trigger, but this also looks to make the tool slightly longer than competing models. Overall, I am optimistic that this is a strong design, and am happy to see that Dewalt designed the blade interface for universal compatibility, as oscillating multi-tool users don’t like to be tethered to proprietary blades and accessories. One thing I am disappointed about is how there is no mention of a dust collection attachment, as either part of the tool kit or available separately. Dewalt has said that the vast majority of North American users have not expressed the need for dust collection on this [type of] tool, and that they will continue to monitor feedback from users. Just for a bit of perspective, Fein’s bare-bones kit comes with a scraper blade, cutting blade, sanding pad, and 30-pack of sandpaper for $200. Not all tools and accessories are made alike, which is why you can’t really go according to price. I don’t think it would be a wise choice to only offer this or other new Dewalt tools in Tstak kits. This image is the only one available at the moment, but I didn’t press for additional angles. I am also hesitant about the variable speed control on the tool itself, but it might turn out to be good.
There might be is a lock-on button, but it was not visible in the initial product image and was not mentioned via press materials.
Stuart, apparently you can’t buy this on Lowes anymore according to that link provided. Additionally, there is one segment of information that I am most curious about this product and that is the country of origin of this product.
The product was posted on Amazon and Lowes previously, but they jumped the gun and temporarily removed product details as well purchasing or preorder options. Im not crazy about the design either it looks like one of their cordless drills morphed into a multitool with a cord and the metamorphoses stopped at 85%. One thing that they forgot to include was that depth guide they developed for the Porter cable multitool.
I was expecting something revolutionary with all the extra time they had to r&d this tool along with the experience from the Porter cable multi tools.


I talked with a DeWalt rep this week and they said this item should hit stores within 2 weeks, so plan on the end of August I would assume. Recently I used a friends Rockwell multi tool for a project that he needed done, and I hated the slide switch. I took a look at the Porter Cable adapter that allows for use with 3rd party blades – it comes with a hex key.
This is a major downside to the tool, unless Dewalt manages to make their blades widely available, competitively priced, and capable of great performance. No cordless oscillating tool rumors just yet, but SBD does have an 18V Porter Cable model for them to base the Dewalt tool around, as they did with the corded oscillating tool.
Designed for home remodelers and do-it-yourselfers, the WEN Multifunction Oscillating Tool is an all-in-one solution that deftly handles cutting, sanding, scraping and grinding. Youa€™ll see an estimated delivery date - opens in a new window or tab based on the sellera€™s dispatch time and delivery service. This item will be sent through the Global Shipping Programme and includes international tracking. Items delivered internationally may be subject to customs processing depending on the item's declared value. Full refund as long as return requested within 14 days of placing your order or 7 working days from receipt of your order , whichever is the longer. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item.
By clicking Confirm bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder and have read and agree to the Global Shipping Programme terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. By clicking 1 Click Bid, you are agreeing to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. Right now there is a small selection of blades, but we’re hoping to see some expansion in the future. According to press materials, this feature changes the way users control the speed of the oscillating tool and provides users with multiple options for gripping the tool, depending on the application. Why not promote that storage system on the tails of this tool, esp with all the attention the lboxx is getting. A lot of users would probably still toss out the cases and resent having paid more for a Tstak kit. Dewalt’s research showed that current oscillating tool users wanted greater control, and so this is something the variable speed trigger was designed to accomplish. Something along the lines of what they developed for recip saws as the compact reciprocating saw. The product information suggests that it’s an included attachment, as opposed to being built-on. We had bought many Fein Multimasters and the Supercuts – before the patents ran out spawning the current plethora of new offerings. Their: I used *their* because I consider Dewalt as a multi-party humanized entity rather than a singular one. New innovative blades include the Multi-Material (ideal for cutting asphalt shingles), the Titanium Coated for Long Life, and the Quick Wave for fast grout removal.


Dewalt users and fans waited a long time for the brand to finally come out with an oscillating tool, only for the first tool to only be tool-free with Dewalt accessories.
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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. Using any other brands’ blades or attachments will require that you keep a hex key close at hand for blade changes. The DWE315K and Universal Fitment accessories are going to have to provide high performance and an excellent user experience in order to convince users to upgrade or sway from their favored accessories brands. The only way Dewalt stands a chance at moving in other brands’ territories is if these accessories are very widely available. This makes sense, but I have gotten so use to working in as dust-free conditions as possible that I strongly prefer eliminating dust right at the source to minimize cleanup and potential air quality issues. I would expect for the Dewalt tool and accessories to be more featured and of better quality than the Dewalt, to justify that extra $60 in price. It’s different than what some of us are used to and prefer, but hopefully it works out well. It’s not one person coming out with the oscillating tool, but many with Dewalt being their collective identifier. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Right now, Bosch’s OIS and Dremel accessories lines seem to the most popular and easiest to find, with Dremel as the budget-friendly pick and Bosch as the high-performance one.
It just puts extra unnecessary effort into squeezing a trigger for long periods of time when that effort could be put into better use controlling and guiding the tool.
If I ever get into a bind with the saw I want to be able to shut it off immediately instead of fumbling around trying to find the slide switch while the saw is jumping around. While *its* might be technically correct, *they* and *their* is at least consistent with what I’ve used in the past.
I do not own a multi tool yet because at first I just wasn’t sold on them, but after having the chance to use one now I can see that in some cases it would be very nice to have. That’s why some tools like certain corded drills have a lock button so the tool can be used continuously with out having to squeeze the trigger the whole time. One thing thats holding me back from buying one is the rediculous price that they get for blades.



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