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Dewalt 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Oscillating Tool Kit w/ 20-Volt Battery 1.5Ah, Charger and Tool Bag $99 Home Depot *Possibly YMMV*

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Dewalt 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Oscillating Tool Kit w/ 20-Volt Battery 1.5Ah, Charger and Tool Bag $99 *Possibly YMMV*

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*UPDATE* You can find stores with limited stock to get this shipped for free at the 99 dollar price (68144 and 77385 have worked for some people)
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Paid $129 for this at lowes a while back for the same combo (no bag though) and it's great. If you don't have an oscillating tool yet, get one.

Don't spend the extra money for the attachments at HD or Lowes unless you need them right away. You can get a larger bundle from Amazon that works just as good.
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Worked for me online, showing "limited" stock in my local store. Note that the slightly upgraded model (DCS356 - https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../309250506), with 3 speed selector and I think slightly faster speeds, is also available for $99 but bare tool only. I snagged both and will probably keep the DCS356 bare tool as I already have plenty of batteries.
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I use this tool all the time now that it's wireless. I barely used my Corded one and splurged on this last spring. It was one of those tools that I bought but didn't have a good justification for buying but now that I have it it's my favorite tool. My other one didn't have a quick attach and was not variable speed and because of that it never made it out of the drawer.

This tool lives right next to impact as my second most used tool.
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I use this tool all the time now that it's wireless. I barely used my Corded one and splurged on this last spring. It was one of those tools that I bought but didn't have a good justification for buying but now that I have it it's my favorite tool. My other one didn't have a quick attach and was not variable speed and because of that it never made it out of the drawer.

This tool lives right next to impact as my second most used tool.
So you would say the Variable speed is definitely worth it? I only have 2 batteries, so I am having a bit of conundrum on if I do not get the variable speed version to get more batteries.
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So you would say the Variable speed is definitely worth it? I only have 2 batteries, so I am having a bit of conundrum on if I do not get the variable speed version to get more batteries.
Personally, I don't see the need for variable speed (but that is my take)

I generally want it at max cutting speed and leave to how fast I cut into something up to me.
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So you would say the Variable speed is definitely worth it? I only have 2 batteries, so I am having a bit of conundrum on if I do not get the variable speed version to get more batteries.
It's much easier to fitness at lower speed, epically starting and stopping or working in tight spaces. Probably depends on the project and how familiar you are with the tool.

I rember the first time I used my other tool for drywall and at max speed the tool was way overkill and I butchered the wall. The variable speed makes the tool far less intimating and you can go in slow with a lot of precision.
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I use this tool all the time now that it's wireless. I barely used my Corded one and splurged on this last spring. It was one of those tools that I bought but didn't have a good justification for buying but now that I have it it's my favorite tool. My other one didn't have a quick attach and was not variable speed and because of that it never made it out of the drawer.

This tool lives right next to impact as my second most used tool.
I have a makita that has variable speed, I LOVE it. Some materials\jobs the low setting is all I need. While others, cutting steel require a much more aggressive speed or you are going to be there all day. Do you need it, probably not, but for most jobs I only need a gentle vibration, and when I need it for the tough jobs It can go rambo.
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Showing $149 for me. Maryland
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I own this..

Long story short I have too many homes for my age so I'm selling one. It needs a lot of work given how picky people are so I'm doing as much DIY as I can. I wanted to try one of these, thinking I might use it here or there. It's my #1 tool now.. I've removed grout extremely fast with it without scratching anything up to removing rot from a door trim with a percision cut no other power tool could get so quickly and accurately.

The battery that comes with it was my biggest concern because its so small but even with endless grout removal, it never died on me - not once! The reason I picked DeWalt over the other brands is A) Quality B) Price C) Ease of removing blades D) Handle. Handle is way nicer on this one compared to the other ones that offset their fat handles with a lock speed mechanism. I never once felt I needed to lock the speed in as I needed variable speeds constantly. The skinny handle kept my hands from getting cramps in them, it's extremely comfortable. As seen in the picture it's even extremely well balanced, you can set it down horizontally for vertically without fear of it falling over.

Another perk of this tool in particular is you can buy a depth gauge for it. Obviously if you're trying to cut out molding that has a lot of curves going on, it wont work as well as a common surface but on common surfaces it worked fantastic, never went beyond where it should have and can be adjusting with one hand right at the cut site without having to fumble with anything.

This is the most underrated tool I think everyone needs to try out.. and if you're like me you might not even find a use for it right away, but when you're DIY'ing something and you're like "oh yeah I have that tool" and you start to discover it's capabilities - then you'll start using it more and more. It can even be used in woodworking or getting gum off a driveway (scrapping tool, spray cooking spray on the scrapper blade so gum doesnt stick to it, clean with soap/water after of course).
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Personally, I don't see the need for variable speed (but that is my take)

I generally want it at max cutting speed and leave to how fast I cut into something up to me.
You don't want this tool cutting or sanding at maximum speed all the time
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I ordered one, but I am very new to tools. Do you know what kind of things can be done with in the house for a homeowner? Sorry for my ignorance and appreciate your responses.
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Definitely YMMV. Regular price all around me.
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Showing $149 for me. Maryland
$149 too, VA
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I got one for 99. You have to find a store with limited stock to get the 99 dollar price. I found one than had it shipped to me for free so it doesn't have to be a local store.
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