Fein Multi Tools, Now Priced Lower at $199, Receive Rave Reviews from ToolSelect Tool Tester Lane Pritchard

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Fein multi tools, specifically the $199 StartQ, were put in the hands of ToolSelect tool tester Lane Pritchard of Lane Co. The tool was easy for Pritchard to use and performed well in all applications, earning the StartQ a perfect five stars in ToolSelect’s latest power tool review.

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All testers are well-qualified and their opinions and reviews are trustworthy. We at Fein stand behind our products’ quality and performance level and are glad to see that reflected in the power tool reviews.

Fein multi tools received a perfect five-star review in all four review categories (performance, design, quality and value) from ToolSelect tool tester Lane Pritchard, general contractor with Lane Co. Pritchard used the Fein StartQ multi-tool on the job, and his first-hand review is extremely positive.

The $199 version of the tool uses the same motor as in more expensive kits but doesn’t contain as many accessories. For Pritchard, that wouldn’t deter him from purchasing, noting at this price point, it’s a perfect time to add a multi-tool to one’s arsenal, especially since this tool features the most common accessories.

“You can choose where you want to put your money into blades later,” says Pritchard.

“ToolSelect’s work is very professional and is a great way for end users to get an objective review they can trust,” says Jens Gschloessl, marketing manager with Fein. “All testers are well-qualified and their opinions and reviews are trustworthy. We at Fein stand behind our products’ quality and performance level and are glad to see that reflected in the power tool reviews.”

Pritchard says he’s always thought of Fein as making good tools, and this tool solidifies that belief. He notes it’s important to consider what you’re getting when considering a multi-tool. Sometimes, a tool will come with more blades but not necessarily be of high quality. Conversely, a tool like the Fein StartQ comes with fewer blades, but will last a long time and do the jobs it’s designed to do.

“It’s geared toward contractors,” says Pritchard, “but as a homeowner, it’s well worth the money.”

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