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Bosch Oscillating Tools

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Oscillating Tools

If you do a lot of multitasking at home or on the job, your oscillating tool will become your new best friend. An oscillating tool (sometimes known as a multi-tool) is a power tool that features an interchangeable head. The tool accepts a wide range of attachments that can perform different tasks. These include saw blades, grinding discs, sanding pads, and much more. If you’re an avid DIYer who never knows exactly what kinds of job they’ll be taking on, a good oscillating tool is simply a must-have. You can easily cut, plunge-cut, flush cut, grind, sand, scrape, remove grout, and carry out other common tasks, all with the same tool.

When purchasing attachments for an oscillating tool, it’s important to make sure the attachments are compatible. Many major tool brands like Bosch, DeWALT, Milwaukee, Makita, and Fein produce their own lines of oscillating tools and attachments. In some cases, you won’t be able to mix and match, so check out your preferred brand and see what they have to offer. Some manufacturers, however, offer an adapter that will allow you to use other brands’ blades and accessories. Keep all of this in mind as you browse your options. Once you have a multi-tool in your collection, you’ll be prepared to handle a variety of everyday (and not-so-everyday) jobs, including:

  • Trimming floorboards
  • Making plunge cuts when building a deck
  • Trimming pipes
  • Cutting holes in drywall
  • Sanding furniture
  • Removing rust, old paint, and adhesive
 

And that’s only a sampling of what you can do with an oscillating tool. Depending on your specific needs, there are a few other factors you should consider when shopping for the right multi-tool.

Choosing an Oscillating Tool

Corded vs. Cordless
It’s a debate that applies to virtually any type of tool these days, but deciding between a corded and cordless model is particularly relevant for oscillating tools. Corded multi-tools are typically more powerful and can take on bigger jobs. You don’t need to worry about the battery wearing down, but having to plug into an outlet may be inconvenient for certain users. However, the right extension cord can solve this issue for just about anyone.

Cordless oscillating tools run on the latest lithium-ion batteries, which are always improving in terms of their performance and longevity. If you don’t mind keeping an eye on the battery level, the flexibility of a cordless multi-tool is a truly attractive feature. This also makes it easier to navigate narrow, confined spaces, which is a common hurdle for many of the tasks usually handled by oscillating tools.

You can find a large selection of corded and cordless oscillating tools (both new and reconditioned) from the top brands at CPO Outlets.