|Item Weight||12.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.2 x 7.2 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||FMM 250Q Top|
|Size||Top with Case|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year standard, 3 year possible with internet registration|
Fein MultiMaster FMM 250Q Top Variable Speed Sanding and Scraping/Cutting Tool with Case
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- Includes: 1 FMM 250Q Quick change tool with variable speed in a plastic carrying case
- 1 Universal E-Cut blade, 1 HSS Segmented blade
- 1 Rigid Scraper Blade, 1 Carbide Blade, 1 Carbide Rasp
- 1 Dust Extraction Kit
- 1 Sanding pad and 15 sheets of sand paper, 1 Profile Sanding Kit
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Whether you are installing new tile in a bathroom, trimming new windows and doors for your addition, or finishing up your child's school woodworking project, the Fein MultiMaster FMM 250Q Top offers the performance and accessories you'll need to get the job done quickly and professionally.
Versatile, High-Precision Specialist Tool
This system features the FMM 250Q, a versatile, high-precision specialist tool that's perfect for professional outfitting, renovation, and repair work. Its lightweight, ergonomic design, and powerful 250-watt motor with electronic speed control, makes the FMM 250Q ideal for sanding in tight corners.
This versatile and powerful tool features the tool-free QuickIN rapid clamping system, which means that you can change out your accessories quickly and easily without having to slow down your progress by fumbling for tools. Developed as a result of Fein's 40-year experience with oscillation technology, the FMM 250Q boasts 12,000 to 21,000 oscillations per minute and includes a 16.4-foot cord.
Universal E-Cut Blade For Base and Flooring Work
The FMM 250Q comes with several high-quality accessories, including one Fein 63502151018 Universal E-Cut Blade that's great for doorjambs, baseboards, baseboards, toe kicks, and flooring work. It's also perfect for wood, plaster, drywall, and synthetic and plastic materials. This blade features a finer tooth pattern for more control and longer blade life, and a flush cut design that allows for completely perpendicular cuts to flooring tight areas.
For tough jobs like lifting linoleum, carpet, adhesive residue, scale, paint, and tape, choose the Fein 63903178017 Rigid Scraper Blade, which can be re-sharpened for longer blade life. This system also includes the efficient Fein 63502106015 HSS Segmented Blade for fiberglass, carbon fiber, 20 gauge sheet metal, and harder woods. Segmented to cut right angles without over cutting, this flat, high-speed steel blade performs straight cutting in harder material, and can cut into corners with right angles.
The system also includes one Fein 63502118016 Carbide-Tip Blade for cutting out damaged tile joints and for carving out grooves in plaster, porous concrete and similar construction materials. A Fein 63731001014 Carbide Rasp allows for rough grinding of filler, tile adhesives, concrete, stone, and wood, and may be used with or without the included Fein 92602081010 Dust Extraction Kit.
Finally, to make sure final results are smooth, the FMM 250Q Top includes several sheets of sandpaper in different grains, as well as a Fein 63806183029 Profile Sanding Pad.
The FMM 250Q Top comes with a one-year warranty.
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Top Customer Reviews
This Fein MultiMaster Top kit is one of those tools that cost too much but you can't do the job as fast without it. The last few years, attending woodworking shows, I would watch the demos on the MultiMaster tool. I was ALWAYS impressed as to what the tool was capable of. The price made me walk away. It was not on my list of "GEE, I've got to have that"! However I did see its potential.
Recently, I saw the ad for the new version with the quick blade release and the package supplied attachments, but was still held back by the price. Then it happened. I got a job that required this type of tool.
I had to do a job of installing decorative returns on an old house with period moldings. The old returns had rotted along with some of the crown rake boards. Making the new returns was not a problem; trimming back the 4-inch crown molding was going to be tedious to say the least. I purchased the Fein MultiMaster Top kit and felt the pain all the way back to the job..... Until I opened the box, fitted a (expensive) wood / metal cutting blade and trimmed back old rusty hard to reach nails and 4 inch crown molding to solid wood. The roofs 12/12 pitch made it almost impossible to perform the task at hand with any speed with regular tools. The MultiMaster accomplished the task in minutes. After trimming back 6 returns in under an hour, I was convinced the tool was worth the expense. It was kind of anti climatic however, doing all that work in such short time! $389.00 per hour and done so easily and quickly is what came to mind!
Since the initial purchase, I have found the MultiMaster tool to live up to all I've seen at demo shows.Read more ›
I have used this for a few weeks now and have used the flush-cutting and sanding attachments quite a bit already. It has come in extremely handy for those jobs that it is about the only tool that would work, and average at the other jobs like sanding and scraping.
I would give the tool 5 stars but the blades are way overpriced and don't last real long. You can buy generic blades that are much cheaper and in some cases better quality.
Edit:02/15/12 I just wanted to add to this review a little. Since I bought this and since all the other brands have come out with their own, I have had a chance to use quite a few of them. For me, if I were buying again today, I would buy the fein one again. The others all seem to work just fine, none of them are near as nice as this one. Some get pretty hot, some shake more, some don't have as much power, etc. This one is just better than the rest.
If I were a homeowner and not a person who relies on my tools to make a living, I would probably go with one of the cheaper ones though. But I have found many uses for this thing over the years I don't know what I would have done without it. Really a must have for me.
Online instructions had said to use a chisel so I got my trusty Craftsman, sharpened it on the bench grinder, and started whacking away. To my dismay, the super-hard red oak barely budged....time for a Fein Multi Master!
Through trial and error I realized that the best bet is to score a line for the tool to start in (using a razor blade and the above mentioned chisel) otherwise it will wildly vibrate about ruining perfectly good floor boards. I used that technique as well as lowered to tool to the slowest speed to get a good cut line, then would give it full power. I have made about 15 cuts so far and the e-blade is still holding up nice despite the copious amounts of black smoke created when cross cutting the oak.
The tool it's self seems to be well made although the variable speed control is awkwardly located at the back and difficult to adjust (especially when it is running) - and there are no power indicators on it so the first couple times are trial and error. There is no lack of power with the Fein but seems that it could have more control. Perhaps I have shaky hands but I challenge anyone to put this tool on full blast and make a strait knife like plunge cut. It seems that the vibrating is not only side to side but back and forth to a degree. Another thing to be on the lookout for is the actual extension of the vibrating blade. With it moving so fast it is easy to get past where you want to cut as the blade edge is blurry and hard to view when running.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love the quality and effectiveness of this tool. Fantastic. I’m not sure how I lived without it.Published 14 days ago by L. Thornton
Very expensive but well worth the price. Now there are other makers of this type saw but fein is still the best.Published 10 months ago by Michael Hardy
This is a go to tool for small home repairs. It seems good for anything, sanding, cutting, trim etc and is very very strong. Absolutely no problems. Read morePublished 11 months ago by stephen m johnson