|Item Weight||11.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.7 x 12.5 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||72363652030|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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(edited 1/22/13 - information about the FSC1.6Q and FSC1.6X)
(edited 1/23/13 - added a few comments)
What a pleasure.
Steve in Gainesville has a few errors in his rundown, which I'll correct here, for clarity sake.
There are essentially seven Fein Oscillating tools. There is the MultiMaster FMM250, the MultiMaster FMM250Q in cord and cordless, the SuperCut FSC2.0Q and the SuperCut cordless (which I don't know the correct number of). There is also a Supercut FSC1.6Q and FSC1.6X, both have been superseded by the 2.0.
There may yet be some short lived version of the MultiMaster that I didn't find out about, or some obscure niche market Fein oscillating tool. The ones I just mentioned are the most "mainstream" and the ones you can get information on.
The SuperCut is the 400w tool, comes in corded, and cordless, and to the best of my knowledge, all of them were Q's meaning Quick Change blades, except for the FSC1.6x, which uses a screw like the FMM250. The Supercut tools accept blades with larger apertures than the MultiMaster type.
The 1.6 has a 1.6 degree cutter arc, the 2.0 has a 2.0 degree cutter arc. The FSC1.6x tool has no quick disconnect on the blade, while the FSC1.6Q and all FSC2.0 tools (cord and cordless) have the quick disconnect blade. The 1.6 version and 2.0 version have the same 400w motor, same oscillation speed ranges.
The MultiMaster is the 250w tool, and there is a Q and non-Q version. Currently, they only offer the Q version. Its offered in corded and cordless. The non-Q has not been made for several years, but was offered on closeout up until late 2010 or so. There are no cordless non-Q Multimasters.Read more ›
Having just gotten this unit, I have only used it once so far. It is a very smooth operator. I used it to cut an aluminum-framed window to a precise measurement. The tool is smooth and vibration free. The metal cutting blades have a max speed rating that they are to be used at, which is "4" on the speed control dial. The tool is too new for me to respond to the blade life issue.Read more ›
Blade changes are a little more difficult than they seem like they will be. Lifting the little lever up takes a somewhat surprising amount of effort and getting the end cap free can be a bit fidgety as it doesn't always want to come out. The benefit is of course that the blade will be held incredibly securely and you probably won't pinch the palm of your hand as you close it up the way you can with other manufacturers' tool-free mounting systems.
The sanding pads are kind of a joke. If you have no detail sander to speak of, this will do in a pinch, but if your primary interest is sanding, you can do much, much, much better with a Festool that offers real dust extraction. The carbide rasp is really the only triangle pad worth keeping handy--I just chucked the sanding head in the trash, myself.
As a cutter, it can chug through most common building materials as quickly as a jigsaw in places no jigsaw could ever actually go.Read more ›
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The best tool, i use it every day and it works perfectly. I am very happy with it. I would highly recommend it to anyone.Published on February 25, 2013 by Jan Kremen
Couldn't be any better. Professional quality and performance from A-Z. Highly recommended for the serious DIY and professionals alike. I will buy more Fein products for sure.Published on November 22, 2012 by martin0798