|Item Weight||11.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.3 x 12.4 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||72293754040|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Fein FMM 250Q MARINE TOP Multimaster Top Marine Kit
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- All around system for repair and renovation of boats
- Quick In MultiMaster with High Powered Motor
- Includes the most popular accessories needed for boat restoration and renovation
- Can be used in conjunction with the Fein Turbo Vacuums for Dust Free Use
- Comes with a carrying case making it easier to keep track of all of your accessories
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Anyway, many of the Fein sanding accessories, especially this one, has design flaws and for the high price you pay for these accessories, I expect a correctly designed product that is functional, unlike this profile kit. For example, the rubber corner profile, the one with the 90 degree angle on it which is "supposed to fit into a corner", won't fit! It's totally useless. Because no matter which way you install the corner profile on to the multi master tool, if you run that profile along the inside corner of a drawer or chest, or cabinet whatever, the corner profile will definitely not fit into the corner flush with both sides of the drawer touching the corner profile. It won't fit because it is too short, and the multimaster tool head itself bumps into the drawer side because the profile is too close to the sander body, and you can't get a flush, 90 degree fit along the inside corner, and therefore your sanding results will come out bad, flawed. All Fein corp.Read more ›
This product comes on a card with little to no instructions. Not that it takes rocket science to figure it out. But for some odd reason putting the head on at certain angles it wants to unscrew itself as soon as I turn the machine on.
The sandpaper is cloth backed 55mm x 75mm. It holds up well and stays put with the spring clips. I intend to start replacing it with a 3" belt sander belt that I trim off in 55mm lengths. Then I can get the quality and grits that I want.
About the only problem I've had is if the head jumps out of the area, you end up with some nasty pigtails. There are also a limited number of profiles and they don't seem to correspond with common US profiles (e.g., 3/8" cove).
Despite my negative comments, it does work fairly well and I'd probably buy it again knowing what I know now.
It would make sense for any high-speed power tool to make the blade of HSS steel to withstand the heat. But these don't. At this price, they could give you carbide-tipped teeth or at least induction-hardened teeth. Even Japanese HAND SAWS have induction hardened teeth... why not these?
Profit. Not just an honest fair profit, but exorbitant greedy profiteering profit. That does NOT mean these are bad; they are just overpriced.
Don't imagine they have you over a barrel though. The metal in these blades is soft enough that you CAN re-sharpen them! I do that with diamond needle files. Even with youthful vision, you need high-power magnification and good lighting. Nowadays, I have to use magnifying glasses AND a jeweler's magnifying lamp. It only takes a few minutes of careful filing and the edges come right back though!
One note: The "precision" Holz blade ( for wood ) pictured here on the right has a slightly different tooth-geometry than the other two blades. The others are very simple to sharpen, just like rip-cut hand saws, only much smaller. The "precision Holz" blade's teeth are similar to Japanese crosscut teeth, so they are more challenging to sharpen. If you've ever tried to sharpen Japanese saws, you will know what I mean. You can get small diamond files cheaply, but I have yet to find any file slender enough to file the "precision Holz" style teeth effectively.Read more ›
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I hate the FEIN Profile Sanding Kit ! :o(
I have used and own FEIN tools for close to 15 years and the only accessory that is bad and useless is the Profile Sanding Kit. Read more
Like many Fein accessories, you pay top dollar for this profile set. Like others, I have a couple of issues: First, the profile itself has a bad habit of popping out of the holder. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sungzr143
We've used other blades but come back to Fein for the quality. They last much longer than others.Published 5 months ago by GG
Due to the high rpms of the Fein tool, the rubber shapes that hold the sanding cloth onto the tool head got so hot that they broke down and melted.Published 9 months ago by redbird_54
You'll find no better help when working around the house. Fein is a fine product, to highest German standards. Expensive and worth every penny, will last for a lifetime. Read morePublished 12 months ago by carlo Vallarino Gancia