Dremel Upgrades Entry Level Multi-Max Oscillating Tool Hothttp://www.tool-rank.com/media/listing/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/11/1e/1a/DremelMM30-35-1380317669.jpg
Oscillating tools are getting better and cheaper as the years go by, as is evidence by the new Dremel MM30 Multi-Max, which delivers 14% more cutting speed over the previous model (MM20) and it's expected to retail for only $99.
MT. PROSPECT, Ill. – The Dremel brand is introducing a versatile new oscillating tool to its Multi-Max line—the Multi-Max MM30. The MM30 features an increased oscillation angle, offering a 14 percent faster cutting speed than its predecessor, the MM20. The highly versatile MM30 is the perfect tool for repairing, remodeling and restoring.
"The Dremel Multi-Max MM30 presents DIYers the professional oscillating tool performance they've come to expect," said Ed Pchola, Director Product Management. "The MM30 is as solid performing and comfortably operating oscillating tool as you will find in the market—if not better."
Designed with the Dremel Quick™ system, the MM30's on-tool wrench storage and magnetic interface makes accessory changes quicker than ever.
Performance & Versatility
- Uses an oscillating motion for precision, control and versatility of applications
- Features the widest speed range of any oscillating tool, with variable speeds from 10,000 to 23,000 opm
- Features a powerful 2.5 amp motor to cut through the toughest materials, similar to most professional oscillating tools in the market
- On-tool integrated wrench, so users no longer have to worry about losing their wrench and can quickly and easily change accessories
- The MM30 kit offers 15 accessories, which is one of the highest accessory piece count kits offered within comparable priced kits
- Professional-type performance at an extremely light weight of 2.7 lbs.
- Features a magnetic accessory interface, which will magnetically hold the accessory while tightening the clamping screw
Catalog Number: MM30-01
The Dremel Multi-Max MM30 is available on Amazon.com, and will be available October 1, 2013 at Lowe's and Menards locations nationwide, for an MSRP of $99.99 USD.
The new Dremel MM30 sees a gain in overall amps and oscillating speed over the previous model. While it isn't completely tool-free like the MM40, the tool required for blade change is built right into the head in the form of a removable wrench. In my opinion this is a step in the right direction, as those Allen keys were really easy to lose.
Yay for magnets. The MM30 also features a magnetic accessory interface that will hold the accessories to the tool to make it easier to change blades with one hand. You don't know how many times I wished my current oscillating tool had this feature.