Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) September 07, 2012
PORTER-CABLE tools launched its new corded oscillating multi-tool designed for power and durability on jobsites, and the ToolSelect community is quick to discuss the new tool and compare it to existing multi-tool reviews.
The new 3.0-amp corded oscillating multi-tool from PORTER-CABLE is generating discussion among professional tradesmen in the ToolSelect community, as the tool is designed for tough applications on the jobsite.
Intended to give users power and durability for tough applications like cutting, sanding, scraping and grinding, the multi-tool features a 3.0-amp motor and up to 10,000-22,000 oscillations per minute (OPM), helping users quickly take on multiple applications in many materials.
“The new oscillating tool is right in line with PORTER-CABLE’s commitment to our end users,” says Mike Peiffer, associate product manager with PORTER-CABLE. “It gives them our Tool-Free System blade change technology, the power of a 3.0-amp motor and control over that power with a new depth and cutting guide.”
The depth and cutting guide is built to give users stability during long cuts and control during plunge cuts. A three-position over mold lets users decide whether to hold the tool in the front, middle or back.
PORTER-CABLE’s Tool-Free System blade change makes it easy to change or adjust accessories, and the multi-tool will come with 31 accessories and a 10-foot cord. The tool is protected by a three-year limited warranty, one-year service contract and 90-day money-back guarantee.
“Multi-tool reviews are popular among our members,” says Stephen Glaesman, CEO of ToolSelect. “Since multi-tools are fascinating enough as a concept, it’s not always easy to determine which tool is the best for each user. With the release of this new 3.0-amp multi-tool from PORTER-CABLE, our members have another reason to discuss and determine which multi-tool is the best for them.”
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