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Old 03-30-2017, 12:40 PM   #1
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I picked this guy up today. I've been scouring eBay for a used one at a good price with no luck on any deals worthwhile. There was one for $90 on eBay, found this guy for $120 new, and there's a $20 off coupon code "BOSCH20" the typical retail price advertised everywhere is $150ish. Pretty solid price IMO. Wanted a fein but my inner Jew beat back the $240 urge for a tool I'll barely use. Bosch was my second choice. I was fully prepared to pay $120, the coupon code was a great coincidence!

Bosch MX30EC-31 Multi-X 3.0 Amp Oscillating Tool Kit with 31 Accessories

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Awesome tool, if I could justify the cost I would be all over this.
I have one from HF and used my buddies Dewalt or Makita and a night and day difference.
I just wouldnt use it more than once a year if that.
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Wish this deal was around when I sprung for a used fein after borrowing a buddies HF one. Tool has saved my butt more then once with putting flooring into my family room area. Hearing protection is a must though with some of the work I was doing.
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I could get away with a HF one, i only need it for a couple projects and then it's likely going to sit for a while. It's one of those things you wish you had once in a while. They make a lot less dust than a saw or grinder, awesome for tight spaces and making plunge cuts.

I've got to cut a big hole in the bow of my boat and figured this would
Be a lot more gentle than trying to take a circular saw set at 1/4" depth to it.
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Grab one of these: https://www.amazon.com/SQ1000-S-Osci.../dp/B01GKKE2W0
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Old 04-04-2017, 08:51 AM   #6
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This guy showed up yesterday. Really quality feeling tool. Minimal plastic chintzy bs on it, everything on the business end is all metal, nice solid feeling power switch, the cord strain relief is like a ball and socket which I've never seen, and this thing Weighs almost 4lbs which is pretty heft feeling for something this size.

Going to give er' a test run in a bit.
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