|Item Weight||5.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.4 x 10.5 x 3.6 inches|
|Item model number||8300-01|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 year warranty|
Dremel 8300-01 12-Volt Cordless Multi-Max Oscillating Kit
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- Cordless oscillating tool with Quick Fit accessory change system
- High-performance motor cuts through material up to 1-1/4-inch thick
- Fully compatible with all Dremel oscillating tool accessories and attachments
- Soft start and electric brake for smooth starting and safe stopping. 3,000-21,000 OPM
- 12-volt max lithium-ion battery holds charge up to 2 years with no memory effect
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Featuring a powerful 1.5 amp motor, the Dremel Cordless Multi-Max Oscillating Kit offers various oscillating speeds and accessories for you to choose from. With this kit you'll get a wood flush cut blade, a wood and drywall saw blade, a hook and loop pad, and three sizes of grit paper. The electric on/off switch provides you with complete power control, while the soft-start ensures you begin each cut and sand movement smoothly. For an added convenience, the Quick Fit Accessory Changer lets you alternate between the cutting and sanding attachments in moments.
Oscillating Angles Get Tool into Tight Spots
In order to get those hard-to-reach places, the Dremel Multi-Max offers an oscillation angle of up to three degrees to the left or right. Whether you're using the blade to cut through metal piping, or gently sanding wooden furnishings, you'll be able to fit the tool exactly where you need it.
Compact Build with Comfortable Design
Thanks to its compact build, the Dremel Multi-Max tool allows you to easily take projects into your own hands. An ergonomic grip underneath the body not only helps maintain a solid hold on the tool, but also gives you more control over your movements. As an added bonus, the grip also allows your hand to feel comfortable as it holds and uses the tool.
Lithium-Ion Battery Offers Long-Lasting, Cordless Power
Needing only the included lithium-ion battery, this tool does without a cord so you can do without having to find an outlet. This battery can hold onto its power for up to two years between charges. Thanks to its no-memory effect, you can charge this tool anytime you feel the need. Simply pop it onto the charging dock and your Dremel cordless tool will be back to full strength within an hour.
The Dremel Cordless Multi-Max Oscillating Kit comes with a manufacturer's limited two-year warranty.
What's in the Box
- Dremel Multi-Max tool
- Two 12-volt max lithium-ion batteries and one-hour charger for minimal downtime
- MM440 3/4-inch wood flush cut blade
- MM450 3-inch wood and drywall saw blade
- MM11 hook-and-loop pad
- MM70W 60, 120, and 240 grit paper--wood
- Storage case
- Getting Started booklet
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
Needless to say, I took it back. I don't know if I just got a bad tool, some bad batteries, or a bad charger. I'm still trying to decide if I should get another 8300, or if I should go with the less problematic corded version.
After being favorably impressed with my Dremel 8200, I was eager to see what other cordless tools made by Dremel that I could use. Like the Dremel 8200 rotary saw, the Dremel 8300 oscillating saw is very solidly constructed - much more rugged than the Dremel 10.8v rotary tool. Also, owning both the 8200 and 8300 gives the owner the benefit of three interchangeable batteries (two from the 8300 oscillating saw) and two chargers.
My initial tests left me impressed with the combination of the power of the Dremel 8300 along with the dexterity it avails the user. In my initial use of the Dremel 8300, I made plunge cuts into soft wood and high density fiberboard without breaking sweat. In both cases, the saw was highly controllable. The plunge cuts produced were orthogonal. By contrast, rotary saws have the ability to make shallow, semispherical plunge cuts that are far less useful. The Dremel 8300 manual suggests the side-to-side excursion of the saw blade is only three (3) degrees. Such a narrow excursion produces cuts that are almost perfectly rectangular.
My sanding tests demonstrated that tool is powerful, while at the same time, allows for great attention to detail.Read more ›
Therefore seeing there frustration and anger,I decided to go with what I thought was upscale to Dremel.Twice and as recently as to day the Dremel would quit as soon as the unit got hot. Change battery same thing. Now I was only cutting soft wood, small cut outs. I let it cool down and it was ok but only until it became hot again. I returned it last night, now reading all the reviews I am shocked at what I read. Looks like I am disappointedly headed for corded, probably Fein at HD $199.
The one thing that would have helped on the particular job I was doing would be to have a flexible scraper with a carbide edge since it would last much longer before getting dull.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of the most terrible tools I ever bought because of the batteries. Unless you plan to pumper them in room temperature they are totally useless. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Stan
limited use because of limited battery time. Also lacks power for most jobsPublished 11 months ago by Forest Majors
I bought this because it was on special during the Black Friday and it was a screaming deal. Dremel is usually EXPENSIVE. I bought this for my hobbies and it is worth every penny. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Apit
I don't write a lot of reviews, but felt compelled to warn anyone about this device. This is absolutely the worst power tool I have ever owned. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gsbinfm