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bosch/fein multitool

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by tinytom, 25 Apr 2011.

  1. tinytom

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    hi im after a bosch style multitool for very occasional work, like once a year, is there a cheaper version about that would do the same job as i dont feel like paying 50-100 quid for one just to make some jobs easier

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    tom
     
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    einhell do one aswell - and they seem quite reliable (but the blades that come with it arent wonderfull)
     
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    Bosch PMF180 is the cheaper DIY version, blades are the same though and you're looking around £5-£15 per blade depending on which ones you use. You'll use it a lot more than you think you will too
     
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    thanks for the replies, ive found the corded bosch for 55, but you only get the sanding pad and 2 blades, so i might have a look for one with more blades

    thanks again
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