|Item Weight||9.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16.1 x 5.5 x 6.4 inches|
|Item model number||RK5139K|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Rockwell RK5139K Sonicrafter Hyperlock with Universal Fit Oscillating Tool Kit
|Price:||$119.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Powerful 2.5-Amp motor with variable speed control
- Hyperlock tool-free blade changes with up to 1-ton of clamping force to prevent blade slippage
- Universal fit system adapts to fit most other brands accessories
- Use to cut, saw, scrape, sand, shape, polish, and remove grout
- Tool weight is 3.6-Pound
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Rockwell’s RK5139K nine-piece Sonicrafter oscillating tool kit is equipped with everything you need to tackle a variety of projects, whether you’re a professional contractor or an avid DIYer. At the center of this kit is the all-in-one 2.5-amp Sonicrafter, which—thanks to the collection of blades, sanding sheets, and other included accessories—is ideal for scraping, scoring, sawing, sanding, polishing, and cutting jobs big and small.
Nine-Piece Sonicrafter Kit Provides Utmost in Versatility
Rockwell’s 2.5-amp Sonicrafter features a slim body for extended use that is also ideal for use in tight spaces. The Hyperlock clamping system exerts more than one ton of force to securely attach accessories so they will not move out of place during operation, regardless of the application. Its variable-speed capabilities allow for microsonic, high-frequency oscillation to create smooth and safe movements without any kickback. Applications are as diverse as scraping paint or wallpaper, polishing metal, sanding wood, scoring ceramic tile, or cutting carpeting.
Universal Fit System for Convenient Multipurpose Functionality
Rockwell’s proprietary Universal Fit system eliminates the hassle of searching or shopping around for the proper brand blade to fit the Sonicrafter. It accepts accessories from other brands, attaching quickly and securely so that you can continue your job with minimal downtime. Easily switch between a variety of blades from most brands to cut wood, masonry materials, flooring, plastic, fiberglass, cement board, thin metals, or even vinyl siding.
What's in the Box
One Rockwell RK5139K kit, including one Sonicrafter with Hyperlock variable-speed tool, one 1-3/8-inch bi-metal end cut blade, one 3-1/8-inch HSS semicircle saw blade, one rigid scraper blade, one sanding pad, three sanding sheets, and one hard-sided carry case with accessory binds.
- 2.5-amp Sonicrafter is an all-in-one oscillating tool ideal for a variety of applications
- Universal Fit system accepts accessories from most other brands
- Features Hyperlock tool-less blade change functionality with one-ton clamping force
- Utilizes safe and smooth microsonic high-frequency oscilation technology
- Backed by a two-year limited warranty
Top Customer Reviews
I went to the local Lowe's with the intention of purchasing the Dremel Multi-Max tool, however because they were out of stock I was able to get the Rockwell version for a little bit lower price ($89 + tax, $99 - 10% military discount).
I'm not in a profession that uses this tool and not wealthy enough to hire one so most of the work is done by me. That said, my review would be for someone with beginner to intermediate experience with an oscillating tool.
Overall,I find it a good tool for the money and hope this review helps.
Plenty of power for cutting through 2x4's and drywall (which is all I have used it for so far), so i'm sure it won't have any problems with the remainder of my projects.
Good length power cord
It has a nice locking system, but me not reading the instructions first gave me some trouble. After you get it to the tightness you need, you actually have to flip the handle to be able to easily lock it in place.
It only comes with a few blades, and the tile grout tool isn't one of them.
I have not tested it, but researching found that other brand accessories won't lock into place (not truly universal). Not sure if it does matter, but I won't be the one who tests it out. ([...])
Rockwell blades are $10 for an individual (lowes.com), but you'll save money by buying in bulk.
5 Months Later(August 2014):
I use my Sonicrafter all the time. I'm doing a utility room remodel. I used it to open up a wall by slitting the drywall. It does such a neat cut that I can reuse the drywall to patch the hole. It also is superb at trimming molding in place such as the bottom of door frame molding when laying tile. The quick release holds well and the cord is amazingly long. The only thing I think they should have done differently is to make the quick release lever from metal instead of plastic. I noticed that the tools that cost around $175 have metal quick release levers. I have been buying Dremel blades which fit fine. I haven't tried blades other than the Rockwell and Dremel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have been in the construction trade for over forty years and next to my Impact Driver, this is the next best tool I have ever owned. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carnagie Thornhill
best ever - bought for 1 product now my husband uses weekly at workPublished 8 months ago by Heather Hassler
I bought the Rockwell Sonicrafter to sand around the hinges and door knobs of all my interior doors that I'm refinishing. Read morePublished 11 months ago by William Forrest
Awesome tool with lots of uses, up to you what you can find to use it forPublished 13 months ago by Will W.