Bosch PS50 Multi-X Oscillating Tool Arrives for Review
The last time we were this anxious for something was when Star Wars: Episode I was released. Back then, our hopes were crushed like an ant trapped under an excavator tread ("Mee-zo ruin Star Wars"), so we're hoping this time things are different. At first glance, the situation looks positive; the tool feels good in the hands, the case is top-notch, and there's a great removable blade storage system. No floppy-eared, comic sidekicks in sight.
We're going to dig into this one (and the new Dremel oscillating tool, which showed up a few days ago) this weekend and we'll have some thoughts up for you soon.
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at September 26, 2008 5:28 AM
Have you tested it yet? I have heard so much about Fein that I am skeptical about trying something just on the market. I also read were the Dremel Bosch and Fein blades can be used interchangeably. Finally, will the Bosch or Dremel products hold up in commercial construction environments like the Fein?
It would be great if you could compare power, functionality, quality, and accessories between the battery Bosch and corded Dremel!