|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 3.8 x 0.3 inches|
|Item model number||MM422B|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Dremel MM422B Multi-Max Wood and Metal Flush Cut Blade, 3-Pack
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- Dremel multi max accessories also fit the Fein multi-master and the Bosch multi-x
- The Dremel multi-max can tackle numerous tasks
- Quick fit accessory change system that provides incredibly fast accessory changes
- Flush cut blades are used to make precise cuts
- Applications include flush cutting, installation, and more
- The Dremel multi-max can tackle numerous tasks such as sanding wood, removing caulk, removing tile grout, cutting drywall, scraping stuck vinyl flooring, making flush cuts in wood trim, cutting copper pipe and removing window glaze, to name a few.
- Quick fit accessory change system - provides accessory changes twice as fast as similar oscillating tool systems
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Top Customer Reviews
The only real con is the cost per blade.
It is really irritating that Dremel makes so few different cutter types for the Multi-Max. I would like a super long plunge cutter, an extra-wide cutter, a hard ferrous metal cutter, an extra rigid cutter blade, etc. There are adaptors that allow use of competing brands of blades ... ssshhhh ... Don't tell Dremel ... OK, do tell Dremel.
This package of three is slightly different than the wood and metal blade that comes with the original purchase. These are only 1" of depth and about half an inch width. The width is an issue when you are trying to keep the blade on a visually obscured nail. The blades last for about ten finish nails (the big ones) and only a couple of framing nails. It cuts through 16 gauge and smaller with ease.
I was wrong. The other reviewers were correct - this is only able to do very lightweight work. For example, cut a penny nail in half or something like that. It didn't even make a dent on my landscape lighting poles. I ended up buying a power tin shear cutter at a Tool store to do the job.
I am rating this as 3 stars as it just a good job for the intended purpose. But, overall, it really can't do any heavy duty work.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Work as they should. I did not realize these are the smaller ones so I was disappointed but that is my fault.Published 1 month ago by Chris Meador
These blades work fine, but don't last nearly as long as the carbide blades, which aren't that much more expensive given their durability.Published 2 months ago by R. Griffith