|Item Weight||6.5 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||12.9 x 8.2 x 7.4 inches|
|Item model number||MX25EC-21|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||bare-tool; attachments; case; battery-charger|
|Warranty Description||30-day money back guarantee, 1 yr warranty|
Bosch MX25EC-21 2.5-Amp Multi-X Oscillating Tool Kit
|Price:||$149.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- The product is manufactured in China
- 2.5-amp tool has power for heavier applications
- Variable-speed dial for matching speed to application and material
- Constant electronics circuitry maintains speed under load
- Durable accessory holder makes it easy to change and position accessories using an Allen wrench
- Small enough to reach into corners and other tight spaces
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MX25EC-21 Multi-X Oscillating Tool Kit
The Bosch MX25EC-21 Multi-X Oscillating Tool is the go-to tool for innovative convenience, providing plenty of muscle with smooth handling and the performance Oscillating Interface System (OIS) – a 12-pin interface that delivers up to 70 percent more torque transfer. The Multi-X is designed to ease flush-cutting, plunge cutting, sanding, grinding, grout removal, scraping and many more remodeling and installation applications. Paired with Bosch's oscillating multi-tool accessories, the Bosch MX25EC-21 Multi-X Oscillating Tool delivers quality results with maximum convenience.
(1) Multi-X Oscillating Tool, (4) Blades, (1) Sanding Pad, (15) Sanding Triangles, (1) Carry Bag
- Amperage: 2.5
- Cord Length: 8 Feet
- Oscillations Per Minute: 8,000-20,000
- Voltage: 120-Volts
Accessible Power and Consistency
A remodeler and woodworker's workhorse tool, the Multi-X is ideal for flush cutting, plunge cutting, wood cutting, sanding, grinding, grout removal and scraping. It is rated at 2.5 amps, providing plenty of power for heavier applications. OIS delivers up to 30X longer life, 33 percent more secure fit and up to 70 percent more torque transfer. With a speed range of 8,000 to 20,000 strokes per minute, this allows users to match the speed to their type of work for a more precise result. It's a versatile champ among woodworking tools. Its Constant Response circuitry also allows the tool to maintain speed under load.
Ergonomic and Robust Design
The Bosch MX25EC-21 Multi-X Oscillating Tool is fabricated to handle a multitude of tasks, and it has a light weight of 3.3 pounds. It features an ergonomic design, with a small grip circumference and soft-grip areas for extended comfort. This allows the user to power through jobs and also maintaining control. In addition, there is a conveniently located, easy-to-use switch on the top of the tool. The gears and gear housing are reinforced gearing for better force transmission. It is built with stacked construction for robustness, professional durability and low vibration.
Reaches Tight Spaces
This multi-tool has a compact and lightweight design that allows it to reach into corners and other tight spaces. Ideal for renovation, construction and home repair tasks, it has strength in a compact size that makes it small enough for working in corners and other tight spaces. It features a flat, no mar nose and 30 degree incremental adjustment for better positioning in tight spaces. This tool is perfect for door jamb cuts; its design allows a full 13/16-inch depth of cut when using standard 3-1/2-inch segment blades.
The Bosch MX25EC-21 Multi-X allows users to match its speed to the application and material at task with a variable-speed dial, making it a formidable multi-tool. Its ball-joint cord feature enhances user ease, allowing for flexibility in positioning the tool and increasing cord durability. The left-to-right oscillating angle is 1.4 degrees (2.8 degrees total). The OSCAD1 adapter allows this tool's use with a variety of brands' accessories.
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|Item Dimensions||—||11.6 x 3.5 x 4 in||17.25 x 5 x 9.75 in||—||11.2 x 2 x 3.3 in||14.96 x 4.33 x 11.02 in|
Dust Collection - Reduces clean-up time and provides cleaner, safer air for user. Removable Nose Piece - Quickly removes for flush surfacing. Replaceable Brush Ring - Low cost maintenance vs. competition. Completely tool free. Compatible with 1364 12 in. Cutoff Grinder. Bosch Air sweep Vacuum Compatible - Plug and play without using adaptors.
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Not any more!!! The multi-tool is great for making perfect, precision cuts in every material medium I come across, from hard oak cabinets to 90 year old pine lathe in homes.
Its incredibly easy to use from the first cut, and I never felt out of control or that the tool would jump. I had to get used to the vibrating and noise but thats about it.
I chose the Bosch over the Craftsman or Rigid because of the quality name that the brand carries throughout its impressive power tool line. This is my first Bosch power tool. I probably would have gone with Makita if they produced a multi-tool, as all my other power tools are Makita. The Fein tool is obviously a great tool and the originator of this kind of power tool, but its still ridiculously over priced and the blades are too. I felt that Bosch probably did their homework and for them to undercut Fein by half price just points to Fein being over priced, not Bosch being cheap.
I've used a Fein before and I can say there is no difference in the quality of the tool.
Overall, I am impressed and very happy with my purchase. Only time will tell how well it holds up, but I have no doubts that it will.
Everything about this tool has held up amazingly, EXCEPT the small teeth on the round end piece that hold the blades. I am down to 3!!! After being used by my assistants in the field, the teeth have slowly broken off to the point where it is almost unusable. I hope that I can find a replacement jaw for this and at a decent price. It's a $7 item to replace, and I consider it a wear and tear item, similar to the brushes on a cordless drill. Otherwise it is just as powerful as ever.
This specific model is decent overall, but has one strong negative, which I could only appreciate with time - the way one changes attachments is through a screw + washer + allen wrench combo. Oh, what a pain! Let me count the ways... it's endless. People usually think it's simply about time - but it is not! Time is only ONE negative:
1)Time consuming and a hassle to have to constantly unscrew, pull out the screw and washer and then screw it back on - the newer model that works by snapping on and off is vastly superior
2)You need to keep track of the allen wrench at all times - so easy to lose or misplace when you're working. The newer model doesn't need an allen wrench, and so you never have this problem
3)You need to keep track of the screw and the washer - and guess what - when you're working, it's so easy for it to fall... now imagine you're on a ladder and have to get down to search in the grass or wherever for the fallen screw - what a pain! This is a big, big, big problem. The newer model doesn't have a screw and washer, so there is nothing to drop, nor anything to keep track of
4)You have no idea when the screw has been tightened just enough or too much - what a hassle! I'm constantly paranoid that I'll strip the screw, so I'm afraid to tighten it too much - I can feel the motor turning as I tighten. One time I apparently didn't tighten enough, and the sander started vibrating like crazy. What a pain! The newer model snaps on and off, so there is never any guesswork involved in figuring out if it's tight enough or too tight or whatever.
Overall, it's still a good tool, and I like the selection of blades and other attachments, I just wish I had gone for the more recent model.