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Multi-Max MM50-01 5 Amp Variable Speed Corded Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit with 30 Accessories and Storage Bag

$13900
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  • Tool-less, easy accessory change- no wrench required
  • Powerful: 5.0 A motor easily tackles the toughest applications
  • Unique angled body providing comfort and better ergonomics
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Product Overview

The Dremel Multi-Max MM50 Oscillating Tool features 5.0 Amp of power to easily tackle the toughest applications with a more compact front and a unique angled body that provides enhanced ergonomics, especially for flush cutting. The tool-less innovative design for quick and secure accessory change solves the pain point of needing a wrench to perform the same operation. The extra-wide 3.2 degree angle of oscillation delivers fast and precise cuts. The variable speed 10,000 OPM to 21,000 OPM allows for optimal performance and control with a variety of materials. The provided soft bag is a great value added to store tool and accessories.
  • Powerful: 5.0 Amp motor easily tackles the toughest applications
  • Angled body for more comfort and improved ergonomics
  • Compact front end: gets into tight, hard to reach areas
  • Tool-less accessory change: innovative design for quick, secure accessory change without a wrench
  • Fast and precise cuts: extra-wide 3.2 degree oscillation angle provides the right speed to tackle any application
  • Variable speed from 10,000 OPM to 21,000 OPM for optimal performance and control
  • Ergonomically optimized: soft grip for comfort and control
  • Includes: 2 MM482 wood and metal flush cut oscillating tool blades, 1 MM480 wood flush cut blade, 1 MM450 wood and drywall blade, 1 MM435 drywall jab saw, 1 MM14 hook and loop pad, 12 MM70W sanding sheets, 12 MM70P sanding sheets, 1 storage bag
  • Warranty: limited 2-years
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Cordless/ CordedCordlessCordedCordedCorded
Power Tool FeaturesVariable SpeedNo Additional FeaturesVariable SpeedNo Additional Features
Voltage (volts)20 V
Batteries IncludedNo
Motor TypeBrushless
Battery Amp HoursNo Battery
Number of Total Batteries Included0
ConditionNewNewNewNew
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
17.2 in
Product Height (in.)
10.5 in
Product Width (in.)
4.2 in

Details

Accessory Change System
Tool-less
Accessory Compatibility
Tool Specific
Color Family
Gray
Condition
New
Cord Length (ft.)
7
Corded Tool Type
Rotary Tool
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Oscillation Arc Range (Degrees)
3.2
Oscillations Per Minute (OPM)
100000
Power Tool Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
3 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 2 Years

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Customer Reviews

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A great tool that just quit working after 2 mons.
I've been happy with my Dremels, . . . until this Multi-Max 50MM. It died while working on a project (a jigsaw map of the 50 states) with my HS Special Ed. students. The switch got stuck & the tool stopped working. Can this be replaced? Bought in 09/'21
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    Great features and easy to use!
    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I've had these tools for some years now and this is the latest project. They cut fiberboard really well!
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      Great super multitool
      [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Saves time on a project and can do most of the job I work with
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        Good too - With Issues
        I purchased this tool a few days ago at Home Depot, yet I already ran into some trouble with it. I thought maybe it was just me at first, but then I looked into other reviews on Home Depot and a good number of people ran into it as well(a lot did not so it could be some batches are faulty). The problem is that after only using this tool for cutting maybe 2-3 linear feet of 5/8 " plywood and 1 or 2 nails, I noticed the head had become crooked. Not the cutting blade, but the actual head you fasten the blades to (which is not adjustable). It did not affect the operation of the unit, but when using a straight cut blade I had to hold the tool at an angle. I could probably just deal with it, but since I only just bought it, I will be returning it. (see pictures) The second thing I noticed that annoyed me is the flaw in the blade locking system. It is very quick and easy to change the blades without any tools, however, it kept loosening on its own very quickly during usage. This forced me to stop frequently and hand tighten the blade or else it would get too loose and move around unacceptably. I would rather have a blade that I had to use a tool to change if it means it stayed in place without having to constantly tighten. I'm not sure if I would recommend this product, it seems to work great for what it does, but the flaw in whatever design that allows the head to become crooked has me worried about the overall build quality of it. For the premium price and brand, I did not expect the issues.
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        How did I survive without one?
        [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I finally got my long awaited Dremel MM50 kit at Christmas, just in time to replace a warped, sagging water damaged under cabinet Kitchen shelf. (Of course we fixed the source of the leaks first). The MM50 not only made the demolition of the existing shelf quick work, it made all of the cuts in the replacement wood simple. It cut like butter through the two by fours to build the new bracing frame, using the Dremel 2 x 4 blade. Once the wood was replaced with the upgraded shelf, the MM50 sanded al the surfaces and accurately trimmed and sliced the waterproof tile that covered the new wood surface. I couldn't be more pleased with the way it made the job look as good or better than it would have with a pro. Can't wait to see how it can help on other projects around the Texas Workshop!
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          • Recommended
          Supremely useful.
          [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I had to purchase this after using my brother-in-law's MM-45 to replace some windows in my log home. It cut out caulking, freed rusted screws, trimmed framing to remove rot and cut a splendid kerf for inserting/installing a drip cap. These 3 large (2 - 5 ft wide and 1 6 ft wide) took 3 of us both weekend days to complete and the multi-max cut off many hours I'm sure. My next project is to remove adhesive on a concrete floor before installing a new engineered floor. Come the spring there are 2 huge slider windows on the lake side that we will be replacing. Once again I will rely on this tool heavily.
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            • Recommended
            Waited way to long to purchase this tool. Needed to scrap paint and rust off three large ornamen...
            Waited way to long to purchase this tool. Needed to scrap paint and rust off three large ornamental steel planter cages. The Dremel with sanding pads provided excellent access to every nook and cranny prepping the surfaces for Rust-oleum Rust Reformer, Primer and Hammered Gloss Black finish. Well done. I should have been in sales.
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            2 people found this helpful
            Multi-Max MM50
            Bought the Multi-Max MM50 oscillating tool kit for a couple of home projects. One was to cut the oak wine rack above our fridge to allow for a new taller fridge. I was quoted $1500 by a cabinet maker to do the reno. The oscillating tool worked great and the DIY reno looks like original install. Saved myself a bundle. Next project is using the grout remover, hope that works as well as the oak project.
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            A variety of blades were included with the tool. The instructions were easy to follow. The varie...
            A variety of blades were included with the tool. The instructions were easy to follow. The varied speeds allowed me to complete different projects in my kitchen renovation even as a novice.
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            1 person found this helpful
            Picked up this multitool today to cut door casing and jambs for new tile in a bathroom renovation...
            Picked up this multitool today to cut door casing and jambs for new tile in a bathroom renovation. This is about the only tool I don't already own so I had a choice - buy the cheap model at a neighboring "tool store" or buy a real tool. Well, I'm glad I chose the Dremel. You can tell when you pick it up that is no toy. The 5 amp motor gives plenty of power. Used it to cut typical pine trim and also to make longitudinal cuts in three oak door saddles to create a "step" for the higher tile height. No problems at all. The oak smoked a bit while cutting but that's just a result of the power of the tool. Take a look at the before and after photos to see the results.
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