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Mac Allister 220-240V 300W Corded Multi tool MSMT300
- Guarantee - 2 years
- Comes with 3x sanding sheets, hex key, adaptor for branded accessories, diamond cutting blade, wood saw blade, half circular blade, rigid scraper, sanding pad and instruction manual
Features and benefits
The versatile Mac Allister multi-cutter features a 2.8° oscillation angle ideal for sawing, scraping, sanding and cutting a variety of materials.
- Variable speed feature allows the speed to be adjusted to suit different applications
- Constant speed ensures improved performance when under load
- Soft grip handle ensures comfort when using for extended periods
|Carrying facility||Carry case|
|Cooling method||Air cooled|
|Grip type||Soft grip|
|No load speed||10000-18500rpm|
|Plug included||Includes plug|
|Power voltage supply||220-240V|
|Speed control||Variable speed|
|Work light||Without work light|
Worse hand tool ever owned
cp2020 - 2 months ago
Bought it for some small jobs but it's far too noisy for comfort (ear mufflers are recommended with this contraption) and the venting system is cleverly designed to push dust into your eyes (eye protection is a must with this thing). On/Off switch cannot be operated without a very strong hand. It is cheap and utter rubbish.
Gizzle - 4 months ago
Has done all I expected of it reliably- light use so far
Uncle George - 4 months ago
Absolute rubbish. Lasted half an hour at best with the cutter on some decking. Money back, no problem B&Q Stratford were really good
Fell to bits after a couple of hours
Mka7 - 8 months ago
I’ve had this tool for around 12 months but only used it occasionally. It’s out of Warrentee now (just) but the bearings in the head have fallen out rendering the tool useless
Nice feel, but breaks easily
Giles diy flooring - 9 months ago
Did some light work, got some new blades. Then hit some harder wood add it just stopped. Thought it had over heated, but no. Thought it might be an internal fuse, but no, it's all potted..
Of course, only receipt I can't find. Changed banks so cant find credit card transaction.
Only lasted 6 months...
Wish b&w emailed receipts or should use club card !