Have you ever been wondering about features you should be looking for when considering buying an oscillating multi-tool machine?  Here at multi tool blades Australia we are interested in helping you make a good purchase decision.  So this article is a compilation of a few articles that could help point you in the right direction. 

In this article by WoodMagazine.com there some good pointers including tips on “things to look for” when buying a multi-tool. The article is definitely worth a read however in summary it recommends the Bosch Multi-X as the best of the cordless versions and the Craftsman 23465 as the best value option. Read the full article here.

This next article by familyhandyman.com is a nicely detailed article which includes subjects such as “corded vs. cordless, useful features and speed vs. control”.  The article also includes worthy reviews on these 5 machines: Rockwell Sonicrafter RK5139K, Black & Decker BD200MTB, Chicago 68861, Craftsman 35078, Dremel Multi-Max, Porter-Cable PCE605 and Ridgid Jobmax R28600.

Our final recommendation this week for buying guide links is an article by ContractorCulture.com which is an excellent article detailing the top 10 machines according to them.   The article is one of the best we have come across and shouldn’t be missed if you are considering buying a multi-tool.  It clearly lists in a table format the Pro’s and Con’s according to each machine reviewed.  The oscillating multi tool winner is according this article is the Genesis GMT15A.  They also highly recommend the Bosch MX25EC-21 and the Dremel MM40-03.  I would highly recommend you have a read of this article before making a oscillating multi tool machine purchase. 

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