Oscillating Multi-Tool with Accessories - 3.0 A

The DeWalt DWE315K Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit has a powerful 3 Amp motor with a Dual-Grip(TM) variable speed trigger to help you match speed to your application. This kit includes 29 popular cutting and sanding attachments to help complete a variety of projects. The Quick-Change(TM) accessory system allows you to change blades quickly and easily, and with the universal accessory adaptor, it's compatible with most oscillating tool accessories. The DEWALT Oscillating Tool Guide System allows you to customize the depth or height for accurate repeatability and the bright LED light illuminates dark work spaces.

Amperage :3.0 A
Type :Electric
Color :Yellow/black
Length :Tool: 13"
Speed :Variable (0 - 22 000 OPM)
Included :Contractor bag and 29 accessories
Warranty :1-year warranty
Weight :Tool: 3.1 lb
Power Source :Electric
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Oscillating Multi-Tool with Accessories - 3.0 A is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 116.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Didn't know how handy this would be... At first blush doesn't look like it would cut much, but with a sharp blade and reasonable feed rates cuts great. Just remember to back off once in a while to clear the dust from the cut or you'll soon you'll be making just heat and smoke. More like a fine edge tool you'd use for detail work rather than a hatch you'd hack away with. It will cut through subfloors and door casings with ease. Good for squaring up those corners where the circular saw can't reach. Light is a nice feature for those of us with older eyes. Buy extra blades just like you would for your Sawzall. Looking for my next excuse to use it.
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tool When I saw this at Lowe's I had to check into it, as I'm big on Dewalt tools to start with. Sure enough after checking it out, I had to have one. The quick release tool head & also adaptable for other manufactures blades & tools is great. The LED light just above the head has been handy when cutting holes for electric boxes, etc, when you are blocking your own light. The variable speed trigger helps greatly with control, when starting your cut in. I had the Rockwell Sonicrafter (gave to son), good tool, but the Dewalt beats it, hands down. I used a Fein once, another nice tool, but cost verses features, the Dewalt is still the winner. I'm not a professional carpenter, but I have done a lot of remodeling & new build in my life. Great addition to the handyman's tool box.
Date published: 2014-01-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from total disappointment The blandes went worn out after cutting a couple of nails. I bought a Bosch replacement blade, which cuts nails like butter. HOWEVER, Busch blades doesnt fit Dewalt directly and you must use an adapter. The adapter uses alan screw and it gets loose afeter using it for a while and it is not as stable as the original blades. 1- Extremly bad Dewalt blades 2- Good Busch baldes dont fit well Hey Dewalt, you wasted my time which worth more than this tool. Why on earth these lousy blades are included with this tool, without even wanring the customers?
Date published: 2018-06-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mediocre quality Pros :Nice ergonomic design; LED light; price is ok with $20 off; long cord; opm is based on how you hold the trigger for better control; tolerable noise; comes in a big nylon bag Cons: blades are cheap - some are dented and some would not fully sit on the 8 pin slot; trigger based opm will easily ruin the blades during application. Verdict: For the price, I would have expected better quality blades. I do not mind paying extra money for quality. I'm a Dewalt guy, but I have to say I will end up returning this today and get the Bosch MX30.
Date published: 2013-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Should have bought this a long time ago I bought this thing for trim work, but I've found so many other uses for it. Great for cutting nearly anything in tight/small spaces. Lately I've been doing a lot of electrical updates which includes replacing old single gang boxes with 2 or 3-gang boxes. The old gang boxes are nailed into studs with two giant nails, which are very difficult to cut without tearing up the drywall (using a saws-all) or taking forever (using a mini hacksaw). This thing slices through giant nails in a couple of seconds with the included metal blade. It has a light which is nice too. Cuts nice square holes in drywall too. Includes a soft case, a few blades, and a neat jewel-box type storage case for blades and accessories. Consider wearing ear protection, it's really loud.
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A solid saw I bought this saw as a replacement for a 1.5 amp saw I'd had for 3 years after I burned the motor out. The DeWalt is heavier, larger, and has the variable trigger switch as opposed to the on/off "cruise control" switch - these things all made me skeptical initially. But after using it for a couple significant projects, including cutting an oak hardwood floor, those characteristics all turned out to be advantageous. The heavier, larger body transmits less vibration than my old lighter saw, and the trigger made starting the cuts easier by allowing a slow start and gradual increase in speed. The quick connect attachment feature is easy to use and secure. If you're doing any more-demanding cutting, a 3 amp saw is the way to go.
Date published: 2014-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good tool but cheap quality accessories Great product for tight spaces but the quality of the accessories are cheap. Bi-metal saw blades wore out after one nail. Tried using the sanderand was working great until the plastic started to melt. Was able to complete my project buy for the price of the accessories expected more. The design and power of the tool is great though.
Date published: 2013-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from CD AVAILABLE? There should be CD with this as the manual that comes with the tool is short on information. The big round black blade is a guess what blade. (nothing says what to cut or not to cut with it). I really like the tool and is a life saver for using your ingenuity . The tool is excellent quality and very easy to use and at $150 it's expensive. Unfortunately Lowes is not the cheapest that I found although Lowes in my opinion stands behind everything they sell and that to me is a winning factor.
Date published: 2013-12-28
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