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    Followed the November discussions on multi tools with interest. Managed to justify buying one for the current bathroom reno.

    For what it is worth ($79) the Ozito seems to be a great addition to the toys as a casual use item. Just used it... no untoward vibration or noise, a couple of useful blades, very happy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkyt View Post
    Followed the November discussions on multi tools with interest. Managed to justify buying one for the current bathroom reno.

    For what it is worth ($79) the Ozito seems to be a great addition to the toys as a casual use item. Just used it... no untoward vibration or noise, a couple of useful blades, very happy!
    Been to three bunnings store now to have a look at them and they have all been sold, bunnings guy said
    they usually only last a day on the shelves when they arrive.
    YOu can buy a pack of different blades for them at the moment for $19 , not sure how well they last
    compared to something like bosh.

    Bunnings also selling Makita grinder for $65 down from $79.

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    my VBosch 'corded' is still going so I will stick with it for now but great to know the Ozito tool 'seems' to be OK. I just know how bad GMC turned out to be ... those $19 kits sound very interesting ... definitely worthy of a trip down the road to see!

    thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by seriph1 View Post
    my VBosch 'corded' is still going so I will stick with it for now but great to know the Ozito tool 'seems' to be OK. I just know how bad GMC turned out to be ... those $19 kits sound very interesting ... definitely worthy of a trip down the road to see!

    thanks!
    Can Bosch and ozito blades be used on both machines, the many little holes look the same.
    The ozito blade kit on special looked like it had a diamond ?? tile cutting blade amongst others,
    I priced the same bosch blade and they wanted over $40 just for the one blade.

    I also noticed they have an adapter for AEC multi tools to be able to Bosch blades.

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