Factory Reconditioned Dremel 8300 12-Volt Cordless Multi-Max Oscillating Tool Kit w/Case & Accessories
Repair, remodel, and restore with the compact Factory Reconditioned Dremel 8300 Cordless Multi-Max Oscillating Kit. Featuring quick side-to-side motion, the Multi-Max gives you the ability to take on a variety of projects, from cutting to sanding. Cordless for your convenience, this tool features a soft start and electronic brake to provide you with smooth movements and safe stops. The lithium-ion battery powers up within one hour, so it’s ready when you need it. The Dremel Multi-Max Kit includes one type of blade, three sanding pads, two batteries and charger, and a handy storage case for the whole kit.
- Cordless oscillating tool with Quick Fit accessory change system
- High-performance motor cuts through material up to 1-1/4-inch thick
- Fully compatible with all Dremel oscillating tool accessories and attachments
- Soft start and electric brake for smooth starting and safe stopping. 3,000-21,000 OPM
- 12-volt max lithium-ion battery holds charge up to 2 years with no memory effect
List Price: $ 149.53
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