DEWALT 20V MAX* Cordless Oscillating Multi-Tool (Bare Tool) - Mod. DCS355B
The DCS355B 20V MAX* XR Lithium Ion Oscillating Multi-Tool has a powerful brushless motor providing up to 57% more run time over a similar brushed tool. The Quick-Change™ accessory system allows you to change blades quickly and easily, and with the universal accessory adaptor, it's compatible with most oscillating tool accessories. The DUAL-GRIP™ Variable Speed Trigger provides ultimate speed and application control, the DEWALT Oscillating Tool Guide System allows you to customize the depth or height for accurate repeatability, and the bright LED light illuminates dark work spaces. Included with this bare tool is a universal accessory adaptor and two wood cutting blades to help get your project started.
- DEWALT® brushless motor delivers up to 57% more run time over brushed
- Dual-Grip™ variable speed trigger gives users ultimate speed and application control
- Universal accessory adapter for use with most oscillating tool accessory brands
- Quick-Change™ accessory system allows blades and attachments to be changed quickly without wrenches
- Bright LED Light illuminates dark work surfaces for accurate cutting
- Accessories Included - 3 Pieces
- Battery Type - 20V MAX*
- Blade Change - Tool-Free
- Keyless Accessory Change - Yes
- LED Light - Yes
- Oscillating Angle - 1.6*
- Oscillations Per Minute - 0-20,000
- Power Tool Type - Cordless
- System - 20V MAX*
- Tool Length - 11.2"
- Tool Weight - 2.33 lbs
- Variable Speed - Yes
- DCS355 20V MAX* XR Oscillating Tool
- (1) Wood with nails blade
- (1) Fast-cut wood blade
- Universal accessory adapter
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