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DeWALT DWE315K Multi Material Corded Oscillating Tool Kit with DWA4215 Oscillating 3-Piece Set [Oscillating tool w/ 3 pc accessory kit] $99

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Great tool but if I would go cordless instead.
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Is this brushless?
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Great tool - amazing what you can find to use this on, especially if you do any remodeling or just trying to keep up on maintenance on a home.
Can also work in the shop at odd times when you are trying to make plunge cuts and have a piece too big for the table saw.

I've used mine to cut away trim and undercut door jambs for wood flooring installation, trim flooring when making compound cuts, clean out grout lines for both tile replacement and grout maintenance, trim holes in drywall for new outlets, etc. Very versatile and beats trying to use a Dremel on a larger task.
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For something that is generally used indoors, no that's pointless and batteries are hella expensive
I've used mine in all sort of weird places such as cutting stuff outdoor and attic. So much better with a battery.

I think you can find the cordless version on lowe's for $120 and it comes with a free 6Ah battery
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I've used mine in all sort of weird places such as cutting stuff outdoor and attic. So much better with a battery.

I think you can find the cordless version on lowe's for $120 and it comes with a free 6Ah battery
I'd imagine that cordless is much less powerful than corded- have you found that to be the case?
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I'd imagine that cordless is much less powerful than corded- have you found that to be the case?
It's bound to be less powerful than electric, but 99% of the time, you don't use these for problems needing a lot of power. If you're cutting a long long strip. you are probably going to use a saw. This is more for those small cramped areas. Generally speaking of course. I'd go cordless overall.
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I'd imagine that cordless is much less powerful than corded- have you found that to be the case?
no, the cordless is crazy powerful, first time when I tried it I was pretty shocked. Most of the time when I need to cut something, I don't even press the trigger in all the way as the highest speed was just too much most of the time.
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I have this exact tool. It is amazing and really comes in handy in tight spaces.
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For something that is generally used indoors, no that's pointless and batteries are hella expensive
congratulations Stephen Hawking.
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no, the cordless is crazy powerful, first time when I tried it I was pretty shocked. Most of the time when I need to cut something, I don't even press the trigger in all the way as the highest speed was just too much most of the time.
exactly. what he said.
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Ordered the 20v XR version with a free 6ah battery for $129 - $20 + tax at Lowe's. Thanks for the info!
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Ordered the 20v XR version with a free 6ah battery for $129 - $20 + tax at Lowe's. Thanks for the info!
Does that come with a charger too?
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