Variable Speed Oscillating Multifunction Power Tool # 67537 – Harbor Freight Tools

There’s no need to buy several when this one tackles all sorts of cutting, scraping and sanding tasks by itself. Our easily affordable, - multi-function from Chicago Electric Power Tools works at 10000 to 20000 oscillations per minute to give you control and power over every job, and it’s easy to switch attachments depending on the task. Multi-tool cuts through cable, downspouts, air ducts, plasterboard and pipes, sands down cement, concrete, plaster, stone, tile adhesive, paint and wood…even saws through wood up to 2-1/4″ thick. Use this multi-use tool for remodeling and repairs jobs, hobbies, car repairs, tile, even scraping freshly painted windows or old floor coverings. Attachments may be mounted at angles up to 90° left or right. Unique spindle-and-blade arbor design positively locks the blade in 7 forward positions for added versatility with this multi-function tool. Tools Quality Tools At Ridiculously Low Prices Sign up to receive our special promotions and coupons
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    • soldier4prophesy
    • December 7, 2012

    this tool is fantastic for cutting square and rectangular holes for electrical outlets. I can’t believe I didn’t have one for all those years….lol

    • hoopfan71
    • December 7, 2012

    HF is having a sidewalk sale this weekend. I picked this up for $35 today! What a deal!

    • hoopfan71
    • December 7, 2012

    I’ve seen some surprisingly good reviews on this particular tool. I’ll be needing a multi-function tool for a bathroom remodel, and I’ve considered Fein, Dremel, Porter Cable, and Rockwell. HF has the Chicago tool on sale for $50, so I’ll probably go with it. However, I wouldn’t buy any tools that are used for precision cuts from HF (e.g. table saw or miter saw), but my other tools (palm nailer and toe-kick saw) have worked out great.

    • litehouse6
    • December 7, 2012

    Watch what you say or Pat’s gonna beat your ass!

    • zombieFREAK jarhead
    • December 7, 2012

    yeah but ryobi is about 5 times the price and ONLY has a manufacters warranty.. tools from harbor frieght i can just take back and they just give me a new one.

    • warlok9
    • December 7, 2012

    Not bad if you just using it for stuff around the house. Took a long time to cut through a staple there! Lol. My Fein cuts about 4 times faster than this tool. Fact.

    • compta38
    • December 7, 2012

    my $10 harbor freight palm sander that I have put through hundreds of hours of abuse disagrees with you. I have also roofed my house with their $99 coil roofing nailer without a single hiccup. The dremel tool they carry is nice as well. To put it bluntly you have NO idea what you’re talking about.

    • Kevin Huberty
    • December 7, 2012

    i have a ryobi multitool and it’s way better than this tool. plus it’s battery powered.

    • Kevin Huberty
    • December 7, 2012

    harbor freight tools suck. ryobi is better.

    • zerochaos360
    • December 7, 2012

    too salesy. kinda stupid.  give us a regular guy teaching us diff ways to use the tool

    • glsak
    • December 7, 2012

    I have one and like it. Worth the money if you won’t be needing the sanding attachment…sandpaper just vibrates off in a matter of seconds

    • scalabration
    • December 7, 2012

    Kind of ridiculous to use this to cut through ordinary staples.

    • jeffrey123666
    • December 7, 2012


    • JoelsBackYard
    • December 7, 2012

    I have the constant speed red oscillating tool and it rocks for just a quick cut, or scraping something up that would take you hours to do and it does it in seconds, it’s awesome! this tool sure saves you a lot of time and frustration on many small projects!

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