Dremel Multi-max experience?

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I got one for christmas and used it last weekend to cut out and replace rotted panels on a garage door. It was able to handle faily precise cuts in tight areas very well. It is a lot like the Fein(sp) Multi-tool you see advertized on late night TV only a lot cheaper. $100 vs about $400. It basicaly uses an ossolating cutting tool to cut in areas other cutting tools cannot. Saved me a bunch by not replacing the door. Check it out.
 
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I am buying the Fein instead.I will not buy anything made by Bosch or owned by Bosch,I do not trust anything made by Bosch.I hear nothing but problems with Bosch stuff.
 

Russell

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 Originally Posted By: wafrederick1
I am buying the Fein instead.I will not buy anything made by Bosch or owned by Bosch,I do not trust anything made by Bosch.I hear nothing but problems with Bosch stuff.
I did not mention Bosch? Is Dremel owned by Bosch? I do know that bosch maakes a cordless verson similar to Dremel and Fein.
 

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 Originally Posted By: wafrederick1
Look on the website,says Bosch on the bottom of their website.
You are correct. I never looked before. Good to know. Anyway, the Fein accessory prices are way too high for me.
 
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