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Re: Which brand of Multi Tool to buy

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Stan in Oly, WA

08-03-2013 18:19:52

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Hi Bob,

I got the Harbor Freight one, too, last summer. The blades seemed to need to be tightened an unreasonable amount or they would vibrate themselves loose. Aside from that it worked perfectly. It seems like the kind of tool that even a Harbor Freight one could last a long time---it's not tortured during normal use the way an angle grinder usually is. You could buy a Fein, of course, and have the pleasure of knowing you owned the very best. But couldn't you buy about twenty of the H/F ones for what a Fein cost? One thing about a cheap but adequate tool is that it doesn't make your blood run cold when you drop it on concrete---it's only a nuisance.


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08-04-2013 19:46:39

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 Re: Which brand of Multi Tool to buy in reply to Stan in Oly, WA, 08-03-2013 18:19:52  
Have 2 of the HF models and never a problem with blade comming loose and they do come with a custom design lock washer. One type of tool on each unit.

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Brad Buchanan

08-04-2013 16:34:51

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 Re: Which brand of Multi Tool to buy in reply to Stan in Oly, WA, 08-03-2013 18:19:52  
Hey Stan.

No to hijack the thread but your post reminded me of a day when I dropped a Makita drill/driver out of the bucket about 25 feet above the concrete.

It hit and the case went one way and the battery another.

Strangely when I put them together it ran fine but had a wobble..... Kinda like a multi-tool!

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