|Item Weight||6.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 4.3 x 11 inches|
|Item model number||PC250MTK|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||bare-tool; attachments|
|Warranty Description||3 Year Limited Warranty|
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PORTER-CABLE PC250MTK 2.5-Amp Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit with 36 Accessories
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- Tool-free accessory change requires no bolts or wrenches
- Powerful 2.5 Amp motor provides high torque for smooth cutting
- Variable speed dial offers maximum control across applications
- 10-foot cord for access to applications
- Includes: Kitbox with a wide assortment of accessories
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The PC250MTK comes equipped with multiple blades, allowing you to work on a variety of projects (view larger).
Porter-Cable's patent-pending Tool-Free System makes it easy to switch between accessories without bolts or wrenches (view larger).
The PC250MTK runs on 120-volt electrical power and delivers 10,000–20,000 oscillations per minute (OPM) by way of a high-torque 2.5-amp motor that can handle almost any jobsite application. The variable-speed unit has an oscillation angle of 2.8 degrees and comes equipped with a 10-foot cord for easy jobsite maneuverability. The PC250MTK features a durable injection-molded kit box to help keep the tool and accessories organized and protected on and around the jobsite.
The unit incorporates contractor-driven innovation such as the patent-pending Tool-Free System accessory change, which gives professionals the ability to quickly and efficiently change the tool’s accessories without bolts, washers, and wrenches. By simply pressing a lever, contractors can change the accessories or adjust the accessory angle. A release of the lever ensures that the accessories easily click into place, ready for the application at hand, without the need for separate bolts, washers, and wrenches.
With more than 100 years of experience producing quality and performance-driven tools, Porter-Cable is a leading manufacturer and marketer of professional-grade cordless and corded power tools, equipment, and accessories. Known for industry-changing innovation, Porter-Cable introduced the world’s first helical drive circular saw, portable band saw, and portable belt sander.
What's in the Box
One Porter-Cable PC250MTK 36-piece corded oscillating multi-tool kit, including one PC250MT 2.5-amp multi-tool, one precision wood end-cut blade, one wood end-cut blade, one wood/metal end-cut blade, one half-segment wood blade, one carbide grout blade, one sanding platen, 27 sandpaper sheets, one rigid scraper, one flexible scraper, and one kit box.
|Porter-Cable's PC250MTK 2.5-amp oscillating multi-tool kit provides the tool and accessories to tackle a variety of tasks, including cutting, grinding, sanding, and scraping (click each to enlarge).|
Top Customer Reviews
Features: The PC comes with a plastic case and the CR with a bag. I like the case better although too many compartments. I like a case with one area for the tool and another large area for attachments. This makes it much easier to shut the case without having to line everything up. The CR comes with a power indicator on the tool and a small built in light which may come in handy. Both tools have an easy to use variable speed dial. The CR has a vacuum port although I found it pretty useless in practice since the suction does not get close enough to the business end. The PC has a more flexible (rubber) power cord than the CR. I bet it would be less stiff in the cold as well. I really liked the quick change system on the PC compared to the hex key on the CR. Since the PC is relatively new the CR has more attachments options. In addition, I believe the CR is compatible with the Fein which has a very large assortment. Due to the quick change system on the PC other manufacturer's accessories will not fit. Besides the connection point on the blades they seem to be very similar in quality from both manufactures. The blades come marked for identification and depth of cut. These marking are painted and wear off just about on first use. Both manuals had very little useful information once you get past the pages of safety instructions.Read more ›
The Sonicrafter is a well-made tool and seems fairly heavy duty. Mine has taken quite a beating. The only complaint I could have with it is the chuck, which requires removing and replacing an allen bolt in order to change blades. This can become tiresome, especially when you are working under very dusty conditions, when the dust can get into the bolt threads and make the bolt difficult to remove and tighten.
The PC has a tough plastic gear housing as opposed to the Sonicrafter's metal housing. I don't know what the gears are made out of in either tool, though both tools are about the same weight. The only other difference I notice is that the fan in the Sonicrafter seems to push more air than the PC's. In actual use I have not noticed that either tool runs cooler than the other. Both tools seem to cut at about the same speed. I haven't noticed any other differences.
Overall, I prefer using the PC because blade changes are so much faster.
Some people have mentioned that the Velcro on the sanding pad has a tendency to melt. This occurs with all brands of oscillating tools and is not unique to the PC. Here is a Youtube link for the Fein Multimaster which explains how to sand properly in order to avoid the problem. I hope this helps.
Well, it appears that Amazon won't allow Youtube links.Read more ›
Update: Porter-Cable responded that their multitool is a new product, and they had not yet received any other reports of this issue - and asked whether this response had solved my problem! I have returned it, and will be buying a Sonicrafter instead.
Further update: Some comments suggested that this could be a problem with all such tools, that the sanding technique might need to be adapted, and fixes to work around the problem were mentioned. However, I feel that one should not have to improvise to make a tool work properly. I have since used my Sonicrafter in exactly the same way, for several hours at a time, and never encountered the slightest problem, so I guess I will have to stick with my original assessment!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great. Decent price. Replacement attachments sometimes not the easiest to find.Published 4 months ago by CE
This model has an adjustable speed control located on the bottom near the cord. Unfortunately this switch has burned out. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Aldo S
This is a good tool, but because it isn't battery operated, it's just not convenient.Published 6 months ago by GEORGE E HECKATHORN
Porter-Cable is a great brand. this item came with plenty of attachments, looks like the sturdy item I expected and has, given the limited use so far, worked as expected.Published 7 months ago by johnny winton