Review: Fein Starlock Oscillating Multi Tools






Fein Oscillating Multi-Tool 

There are certain tools we expect to be the best in their categories.  We have the Sawzall from Milwaukee.  Wormdrive saws from Skilsaw.  Often these tools are from the company that invented the category.  For Fein Oscillating Multi-Tools that honor unquestionably goes to Fein for their Oscillating Multi-Tool.

  They came out with the first version in Germany in 1964. It was the only one back then. The world took awhile to realize what an outstanding tool it was. 

  I never saw one until the early 90’s. Honestly I wasn’t very impressed at  the time.  I’m pretty sure the blade was dull and it just didn’t do much but make noise and burn wood.  I actually dismissed it as something I would probably never use. 

  Its good to be wrong sometimes. I found out just how wrong I was when I finally tried one with a sharp blade. It was on a job with a fellow restoration contractor. We were in competition but would collaborate on jobs from time to time. We were cutting water damaged drywall out. I had never cut it out so fast and effortlessly!  It was clear, I had to get one after that. I have had several units from nearly every manufacturer both cordless and corded.  They all do the job to some degree.

  I always want the best tool for each application. Even though they cost more they make the job go faster and easier.  I feel they are a worthwhile investment. The best tools are more pleasing to use and are often more comfortable and ergonomic.  In the world of oscillating multi-tools there is nothing “Feiner” than Fein Starlock tools. 

  Fein had a long head start compared to every other tool manufacturer. They never stopped developing their Fein Oscillating Multi-Tool’s all those years they held the patent. 

  Even though I kept trying other tools to stay within a cordless platform or because a new model claimed superior performance, I keep going back to Fein. 

  A few years ago Fein entered a partnership with Robert Bosch Tool Corporation to develop a new tool free blade interface system. It was to be both tool free and have no removable pin like so many systems on the market do. After many ideas the design was released as Starlock, A 3D interface which was a vast improvement over all systems before it. 

  Instead of using tiny holes and pins which can break, it uses a star shaped cup with tapered sides and a center lock. The tapered sides mean a secure purchase for the blade throughout its entire life. As blades wear on older systems the attachment point of the pins and holes get bigger and slop gets worse. I have seen several pins break over the years.  With the starlock design the blade stays tight in the tapered cup. This allows for full transfer of energy from the tool to the workpiece. 

  That is all great on paper but how does it really work on the job? I am pleased to say that it takes a useful tool and turbo charges it. I regularly use the Starlock tools for things I never would have dreamed of doing before.  I used to use Fein Oscillating Multi-Tool’s only for cutting drywall, door shims and undercutting door trim when installing flooring. 

  Now I use them for so much more. Cutting subfloor out of entire kitchens and bathrooms.  I use them in remodeling in many places I used to use recip saws for. In fact nowadays I use my Fein starlock tools more than reciprocating saws. Who would have dreamed such a thing would be possible? 

  There are three tiers of Starlock tools offered by Fein. The tools are all offered in both cordless and corded. This allows most any user to balance needs with their budget

  Starting with the entry level MultiTalent tools it is plain to see that no matter what level Fein is offering the quality will always be great.  The mid level offered is called MultiMaster. The top level is called SuperCut. 


12v MultiTalent shares the decoupled head design of the higher end models for smoother operation

  These entry level tools compete very well with competitors offerings and even outperform most on the market.  The corded has a solid design with a 250 watt motor. It has plenty of power for anything we need to get done with a Fein Oscillating Multi-Tool. 

  The cordless multi talent uses a compact 12v battery and an efficient brushed motor to provide similar performance to corded. It outperforms ALL 12v and many 18v cordless tools on the market!  It uses 2.5AH batteries for light weight and easy handling. It would be nice to see the option of 5.0 or larger batteries for extended run times.  

   Interestingly the 12v tool  improves on the corded multi talent in the design. If you look closely you will see the oscillating head is decoupled from the motor housing with soft rubber vibration dampeners. This allows the head to move independently from the motor and handle. The end result is smoother extended operation and comfort for you.


   This is a significant step up in performance.  The corded Multimaster has a 350 watt motor and the newer decoupled head design. This is the smoothest oscillating multi tool I have ever used.  If I am doing extended cutting this is the one I want in my hands. It is noticeably smoother than any competing Fein Oscillating Multi Tool’s I have worked with. The power difference is also noticeable. Cuts are faster and more effortless.  The word butter keeps coming to mind when using it. The variable speed dial is easy to use and stays put.

  The cordless 18v MultiMaster is just under  the performance of the corded model.  It is almost as smooth and powerful as the corded. The power and speed seem pretty comparable  in normal use.  Although for extended use the corded will dominate with unlimited runtime.  When you  push it hard you will be rewarded with solid performance. I have had fewer stall outs compared  to competitors tools especially with 5.0 batteries. The 2.5 are really nice and light. Ideally you would have both.


  Finally we come to the STAR of the Starlock line! The SuperCut!! This is not the first SuperCut.  There was a previous version and it was the most potent Oscillating Multi Tool at the time. This new version is improved in every way. Power Speed and smoothness. Add to that the Starlock interface and you have a world beater. 

  My favorite is the cordless version. It’s not quite as powerful and smooth as the corded but the freedom makes up for it. The 18v SuperCut has exceeded all of my expectations for the last 2 years. It truly changed my whole mindset toward Fein Oscillating Multi-Tool. 


  My favorite place to use the Fein SuperCut is in kitchen and bath remodels.  Removing countertops and cabinets is so much easier with one. They are so handy for removing unwanted whatever from the structure. The Fein SuperCut also makes trimming parts of cabinets a breeze. It even does a nicer job of cutting outlet openings than a circular or jigsaw. 

  I love cutting out subfloor with the Fein SuperCut.  It is so much nicer than a toe kick saw it isn’t even funny.  The task I used to dread is now fun. It is so incredible the get into the sweet spot of the power-band and cruise through 3/4” subfloor like its butter. I seriously can’t cut it out any faster with my Crain corded toe kick saw or my Milwaukee Super Sawzall. 

   You may have seen some of my tool fights on Instagram or Facebook showing the power of the Supercut.  It is so fast that I have been accused repeatedly of cheating with the cuts. People say I precut the material before making a final pass with the SuperCut. Some have said I sped the videos up.  Those who haven’t experienced the power of the SuperCut don’t understand how great it is compared to run of the mill tools from the bigger tool companies. 

  If you step up to the corded version you will get even more power and less vibration.  It is probably a more practical tool for extended cutting. It is smoother than the cordless models but not quite as smooth as the MultiMaster.  In addition to a 450 watt motor you get the Starlock Max interface which uses ALL Starlock blades. Some of the heaviest duty blades are only available in Starlock Max. They may be longer and more aggressive than the Starlock and Starlock plus tools can handle. 

  Regardless of your situation and budget you should be able to find a Starlock tool to fit your needs. They are available bare tool or in kit form with accessories and batteries.  

Check out the complete line up here at Acme Tools. 

2019-05-23T09:58:04-05:00May 23rd, 2019|Fein|75 Comments

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  1. Matthew 06/18/2019 at 8:37 PM - Reply

    I would love to win this tool to add to my collection in Australia, multitools are the most underrated tool in anyone’s kit! Happy to pay the postage.

    IG: Paceypaul9

  2. Renny Spencer 06/18/2019 at 8:04 PM - Reply

    I would love this for projects at home as well as volunteer work.

  3. Nate 06/18/2019 at 9:54 AM - Reply

    I was actually looking at these the other day in preparation for an upcoming kitchen reno.
    IG: @neightthegrate

  4. Henry 06/18/2019 at 6:22 AM - Reply

    Would like to run one of these next to my Dewalt tool and see the difference side by side! @henryscustom

  5. leslie rascon 06/18/2019 at 4:36 AM - Reply

    Oh man oh man! I’d love to get my hands on one of these bad boys! Multi use is always a plus and using the supercut tool to cut outlet holes with ease is something I been needing to do some drywall work and some wood trimming. And it really is a bummer that the cordless ones are usually a little weaker but like u said the freedom of movement totally makes up for it.
    Ig : rascogirl22

  6. HOWARD MCLEAN 06/17/2019 at 11:02 PM - Reply

    After reading your review about these Fien tools I would love to get a MultiMaster or SuperCut 18v cordless model. The freedim of cordless would be fantastic. I have a few reno jobs coming up including my own house where I have to remove a bad tile job on my concrete exterior deck. The previous owner started removing the tile and just stopped because of the rugged finish of the concrete. Plus they installed an interior smooth tile. The Fein tool would make my jobs and projects easier and more efficient.

    IG name @tigerwoodwrks

  7. Nele Sudar 06/17/2019 at 10:22 PM - Reply

    Sign me up for one, cordless version is a beast!!

    Instagram name: nelesudar

  8. Brent Hellmann 06/17/2019 at 9:22 PM - Reply

    This would be a great tool to add to the collection, Fein makes the best multi tool hands down in my opinion have used them before just don’t own one, this tool can be used from A-Z you name it it can do it!

    [email protected] built_by_brent

  9. Nestor Rios 06/17/2019 at 7:59 PM - Reply

    These tools look like they are a beast I want to get one to see how they compare to my Dewalt multi tool I use every day.
    IG: @ DOITALL302

  10. Nestor Rios 06/17/2019 at 7:58 PM - Reply

    These tools look like they are a beast I want to get one to see how they compare to my Dewalt multi tool I use every day.

  11. Luke Sanderson 06/17/2019 at 7:30 PM - Reply

    The oscillating tool is key too a craftsman’s tool box! I think I use mine everyday and could definitely use another!


  12. Kory 06/17/2019 at 7:19 PM - Reply

    Ive used my previous bosses corded version and its amazing how smooth it is. Having the cordless version in my arsenal would be a game changer and help me immensely. So many tasks would be simplified.
    Instagram: kjamesk83

  13. Daniel Lynch 06/17/2019 at 5:05 PM - Reply

    I’ve used my boss’s fein star lock multiple time s and have nothing but good things to say about the tool. I would use this thing to further my career and get more money. I’m a 21 year old carpenter that has been in the trade full time for 4 and a half years now and the work that I do has been made easier by the Fein multi master. To trimming door casings to sanding coffered ceilings or just cutting that pesky 2x that you cant quite reach with the sawzall. I swear by that tool and reccomend it to anyone in the trades.

    Instagram: @daniel_lynch_

  14. @lcsjim 06/17/2019 at 4:28 PM - Reply

    I am a tile setter as well as do cabinetry work. So many times I need to cut some trim back to do my work. I would love to have the Fein battery powered tools for this. They are the original multi tool! Awesome

  15. Лесоруб 06/17/2019 at 2:56 PM - Reply

    Need the starLock Multitool

    Instagram @Ruzal015

  16. Ruzal 06/17/2019 at 2:55 PM - Reply

    Need the starLock Multitool

    Instagram @Ruzal015

  17. @lvnthmsclln 06/17/2019 at 2:50 PM - Reply

    I’m super impressed with the star lock hold. It’s such an improvement. I’m glad Bosch is doing it too. I pretend they don’t exist when I need to use my makita which is a solid tool but nothing like the Fein or Bosch for that matter. I stuck to Makita because it was more affordable for me at the time. I’ve sold my Fein but I mis the precision of blade movement every time I use it.


  18. Kyle Greis 06/17/2019 at 2:22 PM - Reply

    I’d love to have this Fein thang! I’m an electrician so it will mostly be used for cutting out for old work and junction boxes. They’re not always wanted in the easiest spots so the Multimaster will make my life easier. The Starlock and newer blade varieties will help me tackle concrete and metal obstacles. Whoever gets this win will be getting a hell of a tool!



  19. Bo Qosja 06/17/2019 at 1:57 PM - Reply

    Getting ready to start on my basement aka ‘man cave’. This would be very very handy to have.


  20. William Labosky 06/17/2019 at 1:54 PM - Reply

    @johndavid74 @antnmn49. I would use it to undercut trim when doing new flooring

  21. Tony Landin 06/17/2019 at 1:53 PM - Reply

    I would use this in remodel projects. I currently have a DEWALT which is no slouch. DEWALT is like a Chevy and the fein is like a Cadillac. I’ve been wanting to upgrade to the cadilac for some time now and the star lock blades I’m told are second to none.
    Tonylandin001 on Instagram

  22. James King 06/17/2019 at 1:36 PM - Reply

    I use a fein at work. It’s irreplaceable at the wooden boat shop. I’d love to have one in my personal tool arsenal. @shiftedsands on instagram

  23. Louis torchio 06/17/2019 at 1:10 PM - Reply

    Great review this looks like the Premier cordless multi tool I would love to add this to my arsenal I would replace most of my other stuff I am Louis2beards on Instagram my fingers are crossed

  24. Brandon Nava 06/17/2019 at 12:58 PM - Reply

    I remember seeing infomercials on Fein as a little kid and even then always wanting one because you can cut things and not slice your hand open with an oscillating tool. Now doing service plumbing I use a different brand multi tool and im not satisfied with the blade changing system, screw holds the blade in like a grinder does. It takes up time especially when the screw gets build up on it, can be a pain to change blades. Then the power is also something I’d want improvement on, Fein is the one that does it. Ive borrowed them but never owned one and id love to own one.

  25. John glassey 06/17/2019 at 12:11 PM - Reply

    One of the best oscillating tools on the market and would love to own one. Fein has been the one tool that tool companies try to copy all the time. I have some tile and hardwood floors to install and I could use this tool. @john_glasseyi

  26. Brian Bennett 06/17/2019 at 12:04 PM - Reply

    Need this bad boy for demo and rebuilds. Let’s goooo.

  27. Chris 06/17/2019 at 12:03 PM - Reply

    Have been waiting for one of the big 3 to make a cordless that competes with Fein, but it hasn’t happened. I need to get one of these for all sorts of remodeling tasks. Cutting outlets in cabinet backs, replacing parts of exterior trim, trimming door jambs for hardwood and tile jobs, the list is only as endless as my imagination.

  28. Boone 06/17/2019 at 12:03 PM - Reply

    Very cool tool. I have the Rockwell f80 and have enjoyed it so far.
    Instagram: @boone_johnson

  29. Preston Martin 06/14/2019 at 8:15 PM - Reply

    I would replace every saw in my teams arsenal if we had this !!! JK!!! This would be an awesome addition in our Bathroom Rejuvenation company tearing into so many confined spaces with homes being built in the early 1900’s

    @trioakbuilders @pfmartin0387

  30. Nick Christensen 05/30/2019 at 4:53 PM - Reply

    I have wanted one for years! And a cordless one would be even better!

  31. Dan S. 05/29/2019 at 7:16 PM - Reply

    Adding a multimaster to my tool box would be a huge bonus these days! I’ve recently taken the plunge and have started to venture out on my own working as a woodworker for the first time. I’ve been lucky enough to have worked for a few great companies where I was able to hone my skills and learn from so many talented people. Being on my own means buying tools and balancing when and where to spend my hard earned money. While Fein is undoubtably the best and as much as it would be a great addition to my one man team, I’d love the chance to win one! My last job was refinishing some 100 year old oak doors from the university of Buffalo and this would have been great to help me sand some of the detail areas. If I win I’ll be sure to post some pics of it in action!

    Instagram @dannystretch

  32. Thomas Yerger 05/28/2019 at 7:40 PM - Reply

    They cornered the market. Great tools. Someday.

  33. Brandon Blatchley 05/27/2019 at 6:33 AM - Reply

    Great review Paul. I remember the days when I told myself that I didn’t need one…”who has to undercut that many doors to justify the expense?”…now I can’t imagine working without one. It seems like a good time to cut the cord and do it with Fein, the big brands just aren’t at the same level yet.

    IG @blatchley_building

  34. Charles 05/26/2019 at 1:15 PM - Reply

    This would be great for undercutting jambs when doing flooring work. When doing more than just one room, the number of jambs add up and this tool will make money quick!

  35. Govind Pillai 05/26/2019 at 12:25 PM - Reply

    Very well written review with so much valuable information.

    I’m planning to install laminate flooring at my house and from your review it seems like this would be best tool to undercut door jams. I would also like to try this tool with a different blade to flush pocket hole plugs as I use dowels to plug pocket holes and right now with flush cut saw it takes too long and most of the time I cut myself . IG: falcon_018

  36. Steve Freeman 05/24/2019 at 10:37 PM - Reply

    Be a great addition to the shop for the hard to reach cuts that a circular tool just won’t do.

  37. Archie mcdonald 05/24/2019 at 8:37 PM - Reply

    I would use it for everything as I have just about wore out my Milwaukee 18v cordless. I use it for so many things it’s hard to nail it down to just one. I used to have a fein corded and now seeing the star lock it’s obviously a whole different machine

  38. Max Lieberman 05/24/2019 at 2:01 PM - Reply

    This tool looks rad can’t wait to use one

  39. Anthony Cuellar 05/24/2019 at 12:20 PM - Reply

    Hey. I recently got into woodworking with my wife and we built a table as our first project but it didnt come out so well because of a lack of tools. I know this giveaway would help and if you or anybody has any tools they are willing to donate please let me know. I’m in Miami and my Instagram is _daitony_

  40. Matt Hively 05/24/2019 at 9:34 AM - Reply

    I’ve been looking hard at OMTs since getting in to the Bosch 18v platform. I think Fein has always had solid products. The possibilities are endless with OMTs. Definitely willing to give Fein a try!

  41. Bill Bottesi 05/24/2019 at 6:31 AM - Reply

    From my experience Fein had the best in this category 20 years before anyone else was making them, it’s not really a surprise that they are still making a great tool.

    Instagram: @ bbottesi

    • Jason Wooldridge 05/24/2019 at 3:25 PM - Reply

      I definitely need to switch up to cordless, I feel I would use it for way more than my corded multimaster.

      IG wooldridgehomes

  42. Tim Goodman 05/23/2019 at 11:33 PM - Reply

    Wow, I mean I’ve seen one of the first models in action by an electrician. But this new mod seems to walk all over that one. Cant wait to get my hands on one for our remodel of a 100 year old home. The nails they used then are pretty tough. And well I have old machinery that occasionally need a bolt removed and i can see this as a go to tool. @53wilsonred

  43. Brooks Jewett 05/23/2019 at 10:24 PM - Reply

    This looks like a much better solution than my rigid tool
    I use for furniture restoration. @dunnjew or @winstonscollection

  44. Mike 05/23/2019 at 9:40 PM - Reply

    We have a fein multimaster at work that’s atleast 10years old. Still runs like a champ even if it is loud as hell lol. I would use one of these to get me out of every crappy situation that happens 20 times a day when you’re a carpenter. @mikebuildstuff

  45. Aaron Miiller 05/23/2019 at 8:51 PM - Reply

    Great review Paul! I’ve always heard how awesome Fein multitools are but still have never got the opportunity to use one. That supercut looks like a winner to me. Would love to have one. @miillersconstruction

  46. Zack 05/23/2019 at 8:49 PM - Reply

    I would love this multi tool. Can’t live without one and would be nice to have one that really preformed. Instead of my makita brick.

  47. Ed Hunt (@edsterjackass) 05/23/2019 at 8:10 PM - Reply

    I’m so blown away as to how fast that thing cuts! A-Mazing!! It one of those type of tools that had always seemed like you had to just be ok with it not getting the job done very quickly but not the case with this one! looks like the best one to date! Well done Fein!!

  48. Oliver Nelson 05/23/2019 at 8:04 PM - Reply

    I’ll use this on our minor reno projects at KH’s.
    Instagram: flxkid

  49. Sean Anderson 05/23/2019 at 8:02 PM - Reply

    Fein is definitely top when it comes to omt’s. I’ve seen lots of videos on here but that thing cut like butter in your latest video. Fein isn’t cheap but I think they’re worth the money. I’m closing on a house tomorrow and this omt will come in handy for a lot of the work that the house needs. @[email protected]

  50. Matthew Stoddard 05/23/2019 at 7:53 PM - Reply

    Currently rock ng the Makita 18v multitool. Needless to say it is not in the same class as the the supercut! It would definitely make my work flow more efficient.
    Instagram- @mattrstodd

  51. IG - Xtopher.son ( chris ) 05/23/2019 at 7:50 PM - Reply

    I will use this beautiful piece of equipment to do detail work or getting into tight corners and to help me stop feeling like I’m still vibrating an hour later. I’ve use my old one as an anchor or a doorstop. Thanks toolpig and Fein for the Opportunity

  52. Sean Anderson 05/23/2019 at 7:16 PM - Reply

    Fein is top. I have a Bosch omt but it’s no starlock. I’ve seen plenty of reviews and videos on here of fein omt’s and I believe they are well worth the money. I’m closing on a house tomorrow and have lots of projects in mind, the majority of those will definitely involve a omt. My Instagram is @SeanAnderson966

  53. MATThew BOCK 05/23/2019 at 7:07 PM - Reply

    Been wanting to upgrade to a starlock for awhile, preferably the fein. I’m a multi tradesman so I would use it for more things than you can imagine. I have the Ridgid one with the detachable heads but it’s not ver good for most things. Instagram name: maximum_overdrive_engaged

  54. Joshua Marsh 05/23/2019 at 5:46 PM - Reply

    Excellent write up. I had a similar appreciation curve when it came to OMTs. Once I finally bought one I couldn’t believe I waited so long. I’ve used a bosch starlock a couple of times and it blows away my cordless Makita or any other OMT I’ve tried. Would love to try the Fein out

  55. Peter @railandstilewoodworks 05/23/2019 at 5:30 PM - Reply

    My pops has the corded multimaster, and it’s a fantastic tool. I love using it. Since I’ve invested a lot in the Milwaukee cordless tool line I purchased the Milwaukee cordless OMT. What a bummer that thing is to use. It’s pretty obvious that it was kind of an afterthought design because it’s miserable to use and so underpowered. I have a corded Rockwell sonicrafter and it’s not bad but it’s no comparison to the smoothness of the multimaster. The Supercut looks like a whole nother level compared to the old multimaster.

    • Dave Wolfe 05/23/2019 at 7:45 PM - Reply

      I don’t own any Fein tools but I may have to get some now. Nice review and videos.

  56. Michael 05/23/2019 at 5:26 PM - Reply

    I would use this for trim work and also cutting through grout I’ve always wanted a Fein tool thanks for giving the opportunity to win an amazing tool and also I wouldn’t know about this site so it’s a win win 🙂
    IG Silkyjohnson99

  57. Tim Danielson 05/23/2019 at 5:24 PM - Reply

    I’ve used Fein supercut tools for years. Started out with the fein supercut cord model which I still have and have bought two corded and now I have two 18v cordless models. We use them for just about everything in the tile world that you could use a supercut for. Especially a lot of grout removal on repair jobs. I could really use a new model thou, one of my corded models finally died and is beyond repair Can you help a guy out with a a new Fein Tool? Glad to send pics of my Fein tool family if you’d like ! 👍🏻 @eleganttileandmarbleco

  58. Lewis Gonzalez 05/23/2019 at 5:15 PM - Reply

    I love this tool! It would make work easy and faster! I work for a remodeling company and would be awesome to have my own! Instagram- @lew_gonzalez

  59. Flavius 05/23/2019 at 4:50 PM - Reply

    My dad has a corded version he got used and man that thing was amazing! Seeing this corded version. Aside from cutting the cord I could use his for cuts on prefab for granite installs, flooring, facia, crown and baseboard. And stuff I prob wouldn’t of thought I could with others.

    Instagram :flaviusnico

  60. Brian Barefield 05/23/2019 at 4:14 PM - Reply

    This is a VERY great read MR @toolpig !! SERIOUSLY!! Always AWESOME to learn the history of your FAVORITE tools!! Plus a great review!! Look forward to seeing more from yourself and @fein_us !! Brian Barefield on FB @barefield1211 on IG

    • Glen Desay 05/23/2019 at 9:13 PM - Reply

      This tool looks awesome would love to get my hands and it would help me to start up with new tools here in the us

  61. Clayton Carley 05/23/2019 at 4:12 PM - Reply

    Saw the video on Instagram. Was very impressed. Nice review. Be convenient to use on LDC project or on job site. @pioneercontractingcc

  62. Sam @thecoastalcarpenter 05/23/2019 at 3:52 PM - Reply

    Love the Multimaster. I used to live in Long Island and my old boss had the battery multi master. Unfortunately i got used to just grabbing it and going but i recently moved down to Naples, Florida and after starting my own thing down here, I have to start my own collection. Every day sometimes multiple times a day, I run down to the trailer and grab someone else multi tool that has been…well…abused to stay the least. Would love to get my hands (and my hands only) on one of my own

  63. Nick Enos 05/23/2019 at 3:34 PM - Reply

    I would love this tool to replace my dewalt, I’ve been wanting it but haven’t pulled the trigger yet!
    Instagram – @nick_enos

    • John McKeown 05/24/2019 at 8:59 AM - Reply

      Excellent write up, we use the yellow oscillating tool on our crew. The freedom of cordless is great. But the tool itself is a bit of a brute. Another carpenter working alongside us last job had a corded fein. Man what a difference, just a quality tool and perfect for finite work unlike ours. Would love the opportunity to add one to our arsenal. I feel it could really add to our quality work, and relieve some anxiety when using the yellow one on prefinished materials!!

  64. Josh C. 05/23/2019 at 3:34 PM - Reply

    Great breakdown of the fein multitool line! The star lock system is genius and the low vibration and sound are what has sold me. Just needs that led 😉

    Find me on Instagram : @carlson_carpentry

    • Francisco Huerta 05/23/2019 at 5:18 PM - Reply

      This review is awesome! It’s hard shopping around for other tool brands that aren’t normally in the big name hardware stores, so Toolpig always comes out with the best reviews in detail to help with these decisions. When doing jobs that need a good multitool I feel the ones I’ve had just get the job done but at times feel it can go a lot smoother with more power and speed and the breakdown in details with these options I feel it would be what I’m missing in a multitool.

      Instagram: @el_pancho88

    • Spencer Toovey 05/23/2019 at 9:48 PM - Reply

      Great read about awesome tools. I have used an older model fein tool and other brands of oscillating tools. I do lots of renovations, and I think they are very much an essential tool now a days. It’s pretty amazing that they are able to make these cordless now.

      Instagram @spencer2v

  65. Rob 05/23/2019 at 3:33 PM - Reply

    That cordless super cut is sweet.
    Insta: @alderelitewoodworks

  66. Brandon Nava 05/23/2019 at 3:15 PM - Reply

    I also just noticed that they either just started making grinders or first one I ever heard of, but you should review their grinders to… I’m sure they’re great.

    • zachary grant 06/18/2019 at 5:28 PM - Reply

      Would love to add this tool to the pack out. Just a little too pricey to drop the money on it at the moment but no doubt the best multi tool I’ve ever used, and would use daily if I had one.

  67. Nick Tanner 05/23/2019 at 3:11 PM - Reply

    This tool would be great for undercutting door casings!!! For love to win this hahaha

  68. Brandon Nava 05/23/2019 at 3:04 PM - Reply

    I absolutely need this, I’ve always wanted a fein since I was a teenager, seeing all the infomercials about them back then years ago.
    I ended getting the red and black one and it did well for a few years but this looks like it has 10x the power and that’s why I need this, my other burnt out while demoing a basement and it just didn’t have the guts needed for plumbing applications other than light duty. This would make my life easier. Fein makes incredible tools and id be more than happy with this.

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