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DEWALT 3 Amp Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit (29-Piece)
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3 Amp Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit (29-Piece)

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Includes oscillating tool guide system, wood with nails blade, fast-cut wood blade, semicircle blade, sanding pad, 25 sheets of sandpaper

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DUAL-GRIP variable-speed trigger provides ultimate speed and application control

Feature 3

Multi-brand accessory adaptor compatible with most oscillating tool accessory brands

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amperage

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3 amps

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oscillations

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22,000 rpm

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cord length

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10 ft.

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3 year

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The DEWALT 3 Amp Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit (model DWE315K) features a powerful 3 Amp motor that provides strong performance for cutting and sanding. This 29-piece set features a multi-brand accessory adapter that works with most brands, as well as DEWALT's exclusive DUAL-GRIP variable-speed trigger for ultimate control. The quick-change accessory system allows blades and attachments to be changed quickly without wrenches, saving valuable time and effort on the job.

  • Includes oscillating tool guide system, wood with nails blade, fast-cut wood blade, semi-circle blade, sanding pad, 25 sheets of sandpaper, accessory storage box, multi-brand accessory adaptor and contractor bag
  • Dual-grip variable speed trigger provides ultimate speed and application control
  • Bright LED light illuminates dark work surfaces for accurate cutting
  • Oscillating tool guide system allows users to set the depth or height for accurate repeatability
  • Multi-brand accessory adaptor allows for use with most oscillating tool accessory brands
  • 29-piece accessory kit with storage box includes popular cutting and sanding attachments
  • 3-year limited warranty, 1-year free service contract and 90-day money-back guarantee
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Brand RIDGID DEWALT Dremel Makita
Ratings (79) (36) (55) (25)
Cordless/ Corded Corded Corded Corded Corded
Power Tool Features Attachments Included,Bag Included,Variable Speed Variable Speed Attachments Included,Case Included,Variable Speed Attachments Included,Case Included,Keyless Chuck
Reconditioned No No No No
Oscillations Per Minute (OPM) 20000 22,000 21,000 6,000 -20,000
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Will tool remove old dried caulk from around brick,wood,etc. In joints.lf so,what tool acessory will do job best.

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Logan, IA
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December 9, 2015
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yes. If you use the wood with nail blades, it is a little tougher blade. You can adjust the angle of the blade, when putting it on. This will help with depth control if so needed, like in between joints.
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December 7, 2015
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Hi Gene, this tool should do the job nicely. You will want to use a flush cut blade or their scraper blade to remove caulk.
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good for tile removal?

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Charlotte
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August 20, 2015
I want to demo my bath prior to remodel. Will this tool be strong enough for both floor and shower tile?
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Logan, IA
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December 9, 2015
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I would honestly say no. Little tough to maintain precise depth. You would be better off with the dermal 4000 with the grout bit and cut out attachment. That will assure you don't tear up the wall behind or floor below.
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November 28, 2015
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I would use the Multi tool to cut along the limits of the demo.
With the a scraper attachment it should be able to pop the wall tiles. But removing the wall tiles will damage the plaster board, either the scraper will gouge or the adhesive pull off the surface. It might be easier pull the wall board with the tile on it.
If the floor are larger than 4X4", I would use a hammer to break the first few floor
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I would use the Multi tool to cut along the limits of the demo.
With the a scraper attachment it should be able to pop the wall tiles. But removing the wall tiles will damage the plaster board, either the scraper will gouge or the adhesive pull off the surface. It might be easier pull the wall board with the tile on it.
If the floor are larger than 4X4", I would use a hammer to break the first few floor tile and then a masons chisel to pry them off. If you floor tile is on plywood or chip board it's a good time to remove it and replace it with cement board.
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Will you ship to the store in Cancun, Mexico?

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February 14, 2016
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Hi Ed, unfortunately we are unable to ship internationally at this time. We are only able to ship to the 48 contiguous states and a limited selection of products can be shipped to Alaska and Hawaii. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
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does this come with a grout remover?

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I want to remove bathroom tiles and ceramic fixtures
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3 Amp Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit (29-Piece) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from DeWALT DWE315 --- a disappointment for me DeWALT DWE315 --- a disappointment for me I am an experienced home user, with a background in construction and maintenance. I really wanted to like this. After all, I had done my research. As a home user involved in a large renovation project, I was familiar with oscillating tools (OT). My Bosch PS50 is great, but quickly runs through those 1.3 Ah batteries that came with it. I figured that I'd roll the cost of more batteries into the purchase of a corded OT. When the research dust settled, it seemed to be a tie twixt Bosch and DeWALT. I chose the DeWALT for a number of reasons: work LED, Oscillating Tool Guide System, variable speed trigger, and Universal accessory adapter. I set about making some cuts through very old, dried softwood, about 10 mm deep. Though it generally worked OK, I returned it the next day for these reasons. I see many good reviews for this OT, so many folks are not concerned with the issues below. I have other DeWALT tools, and like them. 1. Oscillating Tool Guide System. A good concept, and one that I actually looked for on an OT. But the ways to use the guide are limited, so that it is not possible to always get it in a position where it is useful. I had to frequently remove it and swap it to the other side of the tool. Supplying several tool guides would be an answer, and I have contacted DeWALT about this. In addition, I could not get the guide to stay locked in the 45° position. Every time I started to work, the vibration loosened the lock screw. 2. Blades: They didn't last very long before they started smoking. I know how to control feed to limit that. When their useful life seemed far too short, I wondered if I had set my expectations too high. I got out the Bosch PS50, slapped a used blade on it, and went to work. It was like slicing butter compared to the DeWALT blade. 3. Universal accessory adapter. This was to be my fallback device. If I didn't like the DeWALT blades, I could simply swap in my Bosch blades. But neither I //nor a DeWALT rep// could figure out how to do that. 4. Quick change. The spring loaded system is not nearly as good as the one on the Bosch corded system (tested at my lHS). It uses a strong spring and lever, and several times I found myself hitting the end of the double-ended trigger when I tried to swap blades. Of course, unplugging the OT during a blade change is a good idea...at the expense of more time. Holding the lever down whilst trying to slide the blade into the narrow gap was more trouble that it was worth. I'd take a manual change any day. The only real advantage that I see in a quick change system is that no tool is required. I think that all cordless OT should have a place to clip a hex wrench on the body of the OT. The minute or so to swap blades is not an issue, I opine. It's easy to hang a hex wrench on the power cord of a corded tool. I eventually hit on a way to hold the tool to make the quick change lever easier for me, but it was not intuitive. 5. A few times, I shifted my grip to the center of the tool, and used the forward trigger. I found my hand got "hot" quickly. Puzzled that the tool was that hot, I put my ungloved hand on the tool to see how warm it was. Not warm at all! A few such episodes, and I convinced myself that vibration was either actually heating my hand, or giving me the sensation of a hot hand. Either way, not a useful position. 6. Variable speed trigger. I thought I'd like this. But once I know the material I am working in, I know the blade and speed I want to use. I found that during use, shifting my hand as I worked resulted in an immediate unwanted change of blade speed, higher or lower. I'll take a thumbwheel any day over this. 7. You can't invert the blade on the quick change spindle if the blade points straight ahead. This is a mode I use often. 8. The accessory case does not seem designed for much beyond sanding disks. I was able to store the tool guide bracket, but not sure where to put the guide. I put in 2 flat blades and circular blade. My Bosch accessory box holds far more, in a more sensible fashion. ~R~
Date published: 2016-09-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very average tool This tool does its job but for this price it is very weak. It gets hot after a few minutes. I am not happy with blades at all. Would not recommend.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The tool works great, just what he wanted. The bag and attachment case are nice and make it easy ... The tool works great, just what he wanted. The bag and attachment case are nice and make it easy to keep everything together. From what I've been told from the guys in the family, I picked a great tool, one of the nicest oscilating tools they have used. Since the purchase I have ordered 5-8 additional attachments for him to do different home improvement projects and they all have worked.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The perfect tool This tool has been the best purchase I have made for my tool war chest! It has helped me trim around a window frame, making small adjustments cutting trim, sanding tight areas, and the list goes on.... Even showed my wife who is not a tool person how to use this for sanding the end tables we have outside on the porch. She is a super user now!
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from If I ahd purchased the oscillating tool by itself, I would probably give it 5 stars. As an entire... If I ahd purchased the oscillating tool by itself, I would probably give it 5 stars. As an entire kit, however, the quality of the included blades is fair, at best, which is diappointing when you spend a little extra to purchase DeWalt over other brands. DeWalt replacement blades are much higher quality.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This tool is an absolute must-have. Well thought out and... This tool is an absolute must-have. Well thought out and brilliant performance. The built in light is great too. I must say though, it took way too long to deliver this when I ordered it from homedepot.com. I could have just driven to the lowes and bought it right off the shelf...
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dewalt Oscillating Saw I had seen a tool similar to the Dewalt being used on some trim and it sure looked like the right tool for the job. I bought this oscillating multi-tool to do some under cuts on door trim. With the variable speed and a bit of practice the cuts were easy and accurate.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tool Purchased this one to replace a different brand that was worn out. What a difference. Especially like the trigger feature on this one instead of just an on/off switch and the ability to adjust the oscillation speed by the pressure on the trigger. Nice tool.
Date published: 2016-10-14
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