Bosch MX30E Oscillating Multi Tool

By Robert Robillard on Uncategorized

Bosch’s NEW Multi-X™ MX30E Oscillating Tool With Tool Less Blade Change Technology

The Bosch MX30E  Oscillating Tool, was just realeased with even more features than it’s predecessor. 

Multitools have recently proven themselves in the field for a wide array of cutting, grinding, scraping, and sanding applications, the Bosch MX30E is Oscillating tool is interesting to say the least.

The MX30E now has a toolless blade change feature that is super easy to reposition or change the blade.  the best part of this tooless system is there are no parts removed to do this.   We all know “Murphy’s Law,” if a part has to be removed  there is a possibility it can drop or be lost.   

 The Bosch MX30E  Oscillating Tool can be adjusted from 8,000 to 20,000 oscillations per minute (OPM), , and the Bosch Constant Response™ Circuitry allows users to maintain constant speed under a heavy load.

The tool has a reinforced gear housing to cuts down on vibrations.  Looks nice!

The Bosch MX30E Multi-X Oscillating Tool is available in a variety of kits, and we will truy to review one soon.

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