May 19, 2010

Genesis GMT15A Multi-Purpose Oscillating Tool

genesis_oscillating.jpgThere was a bit there when we'd hear of a new oscillating tool release and our eyes would sort of gloss over. After the first big rush of releases, we got a little sick of the tools. But we just noticed this new one and it's price alone makes it worth a mention.

The Genesis GMT15A Oscillating Tool is a paltry $35 at Amazon. It actually has a pretty sharp look about it as well. Who knows what you're going to get at the price, but it might be worth skipping a night out with the fellas in order to find out.

It looks like it comes with the standard assortment of blades and that the chuck can accept Bosch accessories.

We did a little research and can't find any other mention of Genesis tools (other than the non-related rescue tool company - which, by the way, is totally badass and worth checking out here). So who knows what the deal is? We still recommend the Fein to anyone who is looking to really get into oscillating tools, but if you just want something to play around with and the spending purse isn't as heavy as it used to be, maybe give the Genesis a shot. Who knows, there's at least one comment at Amazon that seems at least somewhat satisfied?


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Posted by Doug Mahoney at May 19, 2010 5:00 AM
Recent Comments

i need to order replacement accessories for Genesis oscillating tool

Posted by: TomTom at April 3, 2013 2:56 PM

the website listed in the product manual for the genisis gmt15a is

Posted by: Carla Tapp at November 19, 2010 6:02 PM

Forgot to mention that you can buy them at Farm and Fleet for roughly the same price as on Amazon.

Posted by: allaroundflooring at September 29, 2010 9:56 PM

it's a pretty nice tool for the price. I use it for door jamb undercuts and as a mouse sander. works great.

Posted by: allaroundflooring at September 29, 2010 9:55 PM

Yeah the picture does look very similar to the Chicago one at harbor freight, but does look slightly nicer.

Posted by: Chris at July 16, 2010 12:09 AM

I was wondering the same thing. I saw it a week or so ago, looks nicer than the HF freight version, I wonder if they are OEM cousins.

Posted by: Kevin at May 19, 2010 4:16 PM
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