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    $299.99 list($459.00)
    1. Fein MSXE-636-2VSXL Multi-Master
    $244.99 list($325.00)
    2. Fein 9-55-13 Turbo II Dust-Free
    $289.99 list($395.00)
    3. Fein 9-77-25 Turbo III Portable
    $199.99 list($324.50)
    4. Fein MSXE-636-2 Multi-Master Electric
    $379.99 list($670.00)
    5. Fein MSF636-1 6" Dustless Random
    $159.99 list($199.00)
    6. Fein 9-11-20 Wet/Dry 6-Gallon
    $69.99 list($82.30)
    7. Fein DW1 Wet/Dry Clean-Up Kit
    $33.99 list($40.00)
    8. Fein 63502134015 2-1/2-inch Precision
    $139.99 list($216.00)
    9. Fein MSX-636-2START Multimaster
    $31.99 list($40.00)
    10. Fein 63502133017 1-3/8" Precision
    $59.99
    11. Fein 63502151020 Multi Master
    $44.99 list($46.00)
    12. Fein 63502106015 New Segment Saw
    $53.99 list($79.99)
    13. Fein 63903167260 Super Professional
    $32.99 list($38.80)
    14. Fein TII1MCRN 1 Micron Vacuum
    $56.99 list($74.00)
    15. Fein 63502144014 Flush Cut Wood
    $14.99 $14.95 list($11.70)
    16. Fein 913036K01 3-Pack of Vacuum
    $74.99 list($78.00)
    17. Fein TIIHEPA HEPA Filter
    $28.99 list($37.60)
    18. Fein 63502151018 Multi Master
    $59.99
    19. Fein DW3XXX Wet/Dry Kit for 9-77-25
    $24.99 list($0.00)
    20. Fein 63502113019 Flush Cut Wood

    1. Fein MSXE-636-2VSXL Multi-Master VS XL
    list price: $459.00
    our price: $299.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00063RSIS
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 2209
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    Features

    • 1-year warranty
    • Variable speed oscillating tool replaces sanders, saws, putty knives, scrapers and other tools
    • Oscillates back and forth at an angle of only 3.2 angular degrees at up to 21,000 OPM
    • High abrasive performance right into the furthest corners
    • Vibration-free operation

    2. Fein 9-55-13 Turbo II Dust-Free Vacuum
    list price: $325.00
    our price: $244.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223XD
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 401
    Average Customer Review: 4.52 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Looking right out of the Jetsons' household, Fein's Turbo II vacuum is one the most effective on the market. With features like automatic start and dust-sealed switches, it's specifically designed to work with shaping, routing, or sanding tools, which create a lot of dust. It's also as quiet as any shop vacuum we've heard, making it easier to use in close proximity to a project, or in an enclosed space, and its internal fabric boot helps keep dust to a minimum. The Turbo II has a 7.3-gallon solid capacity, a 6.8-gallon liquid capacity, and a 1,300-watt, 9-1/2 amp, two-stage motor. Its size and sturdy rollers make it very portable and easy to dump after being filled. Unlike some larger models, you'll still be able to lift and empty this vacuum by yourself. The body is solid plastic and will hold up well to wear. The shape of the vacuum makes it easy to move around a job site--there aren't any big handles or attachments sticking out (other then the hose) to get snagged when wheeling the vacuum around. Fein's Turbo II is--hands down--a very high-quality, very low-noise vacuum, well worth the investment for carpenters, woodworkers, and craftspeople. --Jonathon Tudor ... Read more

    Features

    • 16-foot long hose, and a fabric boot filter collects dust down to 5 microns
    • Auto start for dust extraction when connected to your power tool
    • 2-stage motor with bypass cooling for a longer life
    • Quiet operation at only 57.8 db
    • 7.3-gallons solid, 6.8-gallons fluid capacity

    Reviews (44)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Vacuum but not entirely as advertised.
    This seems to be a good vacuum. It's easy to assemble (put the wheels on and attach the HEPA filter) and operate. Good thing, because the manual is poor. Removing the top and the 5 micron felt filter require a little force. The chord and 1¼" hose are nice and long (but can get in the way). Other vacuuming accessories cost extra.

    The HEPA filter is expensive, but if you're doing woodwork or sanding, you need a HEPA filter (not available for all shop vacuums). The dust that standard filters let pass is invisible, and dangerous over time. The automatic switch is a particularly nice feature; it lets the (2000 watt max.) tool you're using turn the vacuum on and off.

    If this vacuum actually put out only 57.8 dB(A), as advertised, it would be incredibly quiet. The first unit I got was defective, putting out close to 90 dB with the hose on, so I exchanged it. If you get one that sounds loud, something is wrong. In a large, fully carpeted room (i.e., no echo), I measured 3½ to 4 feet from the unit with a Radio Shack decibel meter. Without the hose it put out about 68 dB; with the hose about 72 dB (A and C). This is about as loud as a noisy office, so it's still pretty quiet; but although it's only 1/1000th the volume of my old (90 dB) shop vacuum, it's technically 16 times as loud as advertised. (Due to the nature of human hearing, that means it sounds a bit more than twice as loud as 57.8 dB.)

    10 Oct 03 update: The vacuum has performed very well. The information available on Fein's web site ......... is pretty much what comes with the vacuum (not much). I got some bags to protect the expensive filters when I vacuum the car; they're also expensive. Unlike most shop vacuums, the exhaust does not come out one opening that you can attach a hose to (e.g., to direct the exhaust air somewhere or to use it as a blower). I've been able to use accessories from previously owned vacuums with this one.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Well engineered shop vacuum
    I bought the TurboII to replace a burned out shopvac QSP-pro. So far I am quite happy with my choice. The turboII is much higher quality than the shopvac QSP-pro. This is the first shopvac I've used that has a decibel rating low enough to preclude hearing protection. The motor should far outlast those used in lower cost shopvacs, since it has a bypass cooling system. Suction power is as good or better than the QSP-pro. The extra long stock hose is great for hooking to tools for dust collection. For general purpose vacuuming I recommend investing in a wider diameter hose. My only caveats about this machine are the high cost of accessories and filters. It ships with zero attachments. My QSP-pro cost 1/3 in price, but came with a wide assortment of tools. Luckily you can friction fit a standard large diameter shopvac hose. The rubber tool adapter will let you use accessory tools from other vendors. The top handle is a bit uncomfortable when the vac is loaded down. Some cardboard padding and a bit of tape fixed that problem for me. Overall this is probably one of best shop vacuums available. Definitely worth the high cost if you need a machine you can depend on everyday.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Another Fein Turbo II fan
    Most of the other reviews are very positve. Mine is no exception. I want to add my 2 cents anyway and respond to some reviewers negative comments.

    1) Yes, the manual is brief, but come on, it's a vacuum. It's got an on/off switch, a manual/automatic (tool triggered) switch and a hose. What's to know?

    2) It is so quiet that I sometimes have to hold my hand over the hose to make sure it's on. It always is. 72ish dB by my meter with the hose on (how could you use it hoseless?) in my concert floored, plaster board walled garage shop. If you buy one and feel that it's loud it must be defective. Return it and ask for a replacement. Still that's a bit over twice as loud in real life as the maker's 57.8 dB claim (by definition twice as loud is +10dB, although Fein probably tests in an anechoic chamber to eliminate echo and ambient noise). Twice as loud as really, really quiet is still really quiet.

    3) One reviewer commented about hose storage interfering with the clamps. I suggest that you empty it before you wrap the hose around the top and tuck it in for the night.

    4) It's insanely powerful.

    5) Yes, it's hose is small in diameter so you can't pick up big chunks of stuff. It does, however, do a great job on little chunks of stuff and dust.

    6) It is expensive, but you get what you pay for "You always buy a cheap tool twice".

    7) I have had no problems with any "brittle" plastic bits and pieces (in fact, I haven't found any yet).

    8) I use it a lot because it's so quiet an effective. My shop is safer and more organized now because it's much cleaner.

    9) I planned on buying the Porter-Cable, but it wouldn't handle the wattage of my 2hp router. I usually buy P-C and Delta so it was kinda hard to stray to Fein, but I'm glad I did.

    10) The accesory kit is a little expensive ($70) but it's very useful.

    5-0 out of 5 stars nice compact unit - QUIET!!!
    As a professional finish carpenter, I like tools that work well, and last a long time. This tool has the feel of quality. It's a few pounds heavier than a typical shop-vac, but what a difference. It is a pure joy to use. When I turn it on my lab doesn't run for the door. And when I turn it off my ears aren't ringing. The extra long hose(25') and easy rolling casters make for a tip free clean-up, and the auto switch works like a charm. I have made adaptors for my sliding miter saw and sanders and I rarely need to use a dust mask any more. The ultra-fine dust from MDF still seems to get by, but I suppose it would happen with any vac except a true dust collector.

    I had a Sears shop vac before that blew out half the dust it picked up, and it screamed like a banshee. I gave that vac to a laborer, and feel that the Fein is well worth every penny.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Don't jump to conclusions !!!
    I gave away my Ridgid shop vac as soon as the Fein box arrived from Amazon.com. That was a mistake!!!!...this vac is too delicate to use "hard" during my kitchen demo/remodel - and I got so frustrated with the filter and small 1-1/4" hose constantly clogging, I gave up and bought another Ridgid vac. I think this vac would work great for woodworking, but general construction site conditions far out tax this machine, and it's difficult to get filters/bags..... ... Read more


    3. Fein 9-77-25 Turbo III Portable Vac
    list price: $395.00
    our price: $289.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005Q7C0
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 316
    Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Cleanup remains the bane of many a woodworker's existence. But times are changing. Gone are the days of loud, clunky vacuums, thanks to the 9-77-25 Turbo III portable vac from Fein. The Turbo III is the strong, silent type, emitting only a low, steady hum as it clears debris from the work site. But don't let its quiet demeanor fool you. The Turbo III is a real workhorse around the shop. As a wet-dry vac, it provides airflow of 125 cfm and static water lift of 105 inches, with a 12-gallon wet and 14.5-gallon dry capacity. But it really earns its keep when you flip the switch to auto, attach your favorite power tool, and let it go. In auto mode, the Turbo III will start as soon as you activate the tool you have plugged into it; no need to turn the vacuum on first or turn it off when you're done. The Turbo III is built tough and is easy to assemble and clean. Solid clamps lock the motor housing securely into place, while an extra-long power cord and protected switches provide added safety in wet conditions. --Carl Thress ... Read more

    Features

    • 12-gallon wet, 14.5-gallon dry capacity
    • Auto start for dust extraction when connected to your power tool
    • Delivers 125 cfm and 105 static water lift
    • Powerful enough to run two 6-inch random orbit sanders
    • Runs quiet at only 57.8 decibels

    Reviews (20)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not entirely as advertised
    This seems to be a good vacuum. It's easy to assemble (put the wheels on and attach the HEPA filter) and operate. Good thing, because the manual is poor. The chord and 1¼" hose are nice and long (but can get in the way). Other vacuuming accessories cost extra. The HEPA filter is very expensive, but if you're doing woodwork or sanding, you need a HEPA filter (not available for all shop vacuums). The dust that standard filters let pass is invisible, and dangerous over time. The paper collection bags are also not cheap, but I decided to at least try them to lengthen the life of the expensive HEPA filter and to make emptying the vacuum less of a project. The automatic switch is a particularly nice feature that's not easy to find. It lets a tool you're using turn the vacuum on and off. Among other things, the Fein Turbo II Vac is advertised as being quiet. If it actually put out only 57.8 dB(A), it would indeed be incredibly quiet. The first unit I got was defective. It put out close to 90 dB with the hose on, so I exchanged it. If you get one and it sounds loud, something is probably wrong. In a large, fully carpeted room (i.e., no echo), I measured 3½ to 4 feet from the unit with a Radio Shack decibel meter. Without the hose it put out about 68 dB; with the hose about 72 dB (A and C). This is about as loud as a noisy office, so it's still pretty quiet; but although it's only 1/1000th the volume of my old (90 dB) shop vacuum, it's technically 16 times as loud as advertised. (Due to the nature of human hearing, that means it sounds a bit more than twice as loud as 57.8 dB.)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great dust collector for my small shop!
    I have a small basement shop (10x10) with concrete walls so everything seems loud to me - except this shop vac! It is very quiet. It comes with a long hose that has a 2.25" end that fits perfectly into my Delta 4" belt / 6" disc sander. No more sanding dust! It also comes with an adapter to convert down to a 1 3/8" connection so, with a three inch piece of PVC pipe (99 cents at the local hardware store) I can connect it to my Delta band saw. I also use it with my scroll saw by wrapping plastic tie connectors in a loop around the hose, then hooking the loops onto small eye hooks I attached to the base of the machine. This set-up holds the hose in exactly the right position for dust collection. Finally, I connected all of my tools to a multi-plug surge protector (because I only use one tool at a time) then plugged that into the shop-vac which is then plugged into the wall. This way, the Fein automatically turns on every time I use any tool without me having to change plugs all the time (as I only have one electrical outlet in my shop). Overall, I love this machine!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very quiet and it can use bags!
    I just started using this vacuum and it really is quiet. My previous shop vac was very loud, even with an exhaust muffler added. The Fein is quieter than most of my other shop tools that I would connect it to, and when I am using it by itself its quiet enough that I can still hear the radio.

    The bags are expensive, but I really hate cleaning out conventional shop vacs! I tend to cut fiberglass, and also clean up metal working tools with sharp chips, and having to brush that stuff out of conventional filters was a very annoying job.

    The suction seems more than adequate for my needs. It is certainly better than my old shop vac.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Quiet and well made!
    Boy is it quiet. Did I say it was quiet? And the parts are sturdy: nice hose, latches, casters, etc.

    I have been using a cheap, loud vacuum for years and I'm so glad to have this now. With my old vacuum, even though I was wearing hearing protection, the volume was a problem upstairs for other people.

    Thanks, Fein!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect
    I purchased the turbo III mostly because of the claims on how quiet it is. They were right, this machine is very quiet. I don't need to test it with fancy decibel meters or anything, just turn it on and listen, it's quiet. After using it in my shop, my favorite feature is the auto on. I use this little vacuum as a dust collector for every tool in my shop.

    The only negative comments I can make is with the packaging. They just stuff the vac inside a box with no filler or bracing at all. Not surprising that it arrived with a broken hose lock, but Fein immediately sent the replacement part. This vacuum does cost alot (about three times as much as my 5hp craftsman), it you need auto on feature and a quiet machine this is the best. If you just need a shop vac, save your money and stick with a Craftsman. ... Read more


    4. Fein MSXE-636-2 Multi-Master Electric Variable Speed Kit with Flush Cutting Blade and Scraper Blade
    list price: $324.50
    our price: $199.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223OP
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 136
    Average Customer Review: 4.68 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    With the Fein MultiMaster the possibilities--and the tool'scapabilities--are seemingly endless. Here's a list of what Fein saysyou can do with the MultiMaster: sanding, scraping, sawing, rasping,cutting, slicing, and grout removal. And that's just for starters. It'sa compact little 2-1/2-pound tool that sits comfortably in your hand,and, because it oscillates instead of orbiting or rotating, it offersliterally no hand fatigue from vibration. It includes a fabulous bunchof accessories that let you take up old flooring; trim new flooringunder a door; remove old grout; sand anything anywhere; saw into allkinds of material with a .5 mm kerf; remove old paint, adhesives,caulking, oil stains, and graffiti; and plunge cut into drywall forrepairs. It comes in a sturdy case with 30 sheets of sandpaper and allthe accessories, including a book full of projects. There's even anoptional dust-collection accessory (sold separately). The barrel gripfeels great in your hand and makes you want to do all those householdchores you've been putting off. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • One-year warranty
    • Quiet, vibration-free operation
    • Detail sander, saw, and scraper in one
    • Unique oscillating action
    • Virtually eliminates hand operations

    Reviews (34)

    5-0 out of 5 stars fabulous versatile tool
    I bought one of these three years ago, and use it constantly. As a fine sander, it is without equal. But my favorite are the saw blades -- unbelievable control and precision. I have used it for everything from fine work on veneer, to opening fiddly holes in sheetrock around electrical outlets. Possibly with the exception of my cordless drill, this is the most useful hand tool in my cabinet full of 20-plus power tools!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Truly Fine!
    The Fein Multi-Master is one of those products that belittle the competition with its' prowess and ability to be in a class all by itself. It leads the pack in the detail sanding category. The oscillating action is aggressive enough for efficient material removal but appears to delicately handle the surface of the wood with out creating swirling or gouging marks. The oscillations also give it the uncanny ability, using the unique blades, to saw material with control without creating a lot of dust. As far as the scraper, I haven't had any projects yet to test this feature, but am sure it would be valuable. Once I put this tool in my hand, the feel, power and quality of the Fein Multi-Master sold me right away. I thought back at all the situations I struggled in a project that the Fein could have made much easier and faster. This is truly an investment in a power tool though. It and the extra accessories are not cheap, but what tool is that you expect to last a life time and be able to pass on to your kids. The Fein MSXE-636-2 kit is a great start for a full featured product that I'll be proud of for a long time. The safety, precision and features of the Fein will attract others who also feel that you get what you pay for!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fein Multi Master Wins 5 Stars Plus *****+++++
    I installed French Doors off of the living room, with a landing, and handrails, and trimmed out the new opening. The Fein Multimaster was with me all the way. I started off needing a detail sander, that would get into tight places, that the usual sander with a larger motor, hanging out over the triangular sanding head would not reach. The motor head would get in the way. So a long body sander is what I needed. I went to Home Depot and bought a Ryobi, thinking it would suffice for as often as I needed to do corners. Wrong! No matter what grade of paper I put on it, it dug a hole, made a lot of noise, and refused to sand an even plane. I returned it. In disgust, I popped for the Fein Multimaster Kit. Wow, what a difference. The sanding function was smooth, but not so aggressive as to eat holes in the wood. It starts off with such a light touch, that you can even hold one of their jagged teeth cutting blade attachments against your skin without any harm, but when you apply it against the wood, and exert a little pressure, it slices right through it effortlessly, and evenly. So the more resistance, the greater the cutting or sanding action. It is vibration, rather than a stroke. Gives you a lot more control when working up against the edge of something. Truly a masterful tool.
    You have the option of buying the sanding head with the holes in it, and the vacuum attachment, giving you relatively dust free sanding. Great if you are working in a clean environment, and don't want to blanket the room.
    The cutting blade that comes with it, that is a half moon shape, does a nice job, but is designed as a freebie to go with the system, and is not as durable as their e-cut blades, which aren't cheap. The e-cut blades also are rectangular so they reach into tighter corners. Makes a perfect job, when removing the wood spacer-shims from the door surround, and cutting fine lines in most any application, where precision is the key.
    When instaling the trim of the door opening, I had to make a cut at the base, that would meet flush with the tile, for the floor. The flush cutting blade, with its offset design, made me look like Michelangelo. :-) Well OK it is not the Sistine Chapel, but the mating of the wood to the surface of the tile was perfect. No effort, and easy to control. I laid the tile up against the wood, pencil scribed a line, then removed the tile, and cut the wood with the flush bit, just using the pencil line as my guide. Effortless. The fit was so nice, I had to snug the tile in under the line.

    Bosch makes a flush cutter also, and the advantage to that, is that the blades are available locally. The problem is that the Bosch is not also a sander, and scraper etc. Cost almost the same, and is a one use tool.
    I noticed that the paper for the Fein has a good backer on it. Saves you from a curling end, which leads to a buggered up backing on the sanding pad. Very exacting, and very well made.
    You will notice in the Amazon sales rank, that the Fein outsells the Bosch. I love Bosch equipment, so I am not knocking the tool.
    The optional mini e-cut blades kit is smaller than you would imagine. Combined with the precision vibration of the tool, enables you to work on smaller scale fine work as well.
    When sanding with the coarser grits, and some pressure, you can remove a good deal of material in short order. By using a finer grit, and a softer push, you can polish the surface to a smooth finish.
    I have the Fein RT-1800 Router, which is more of an industrial quality piece of equipment, and this Multi-Master will give me many years of reliable service, the same as the router. Fein makes first class stuff.
    This is one of those tools, that you don't use as often as a cordless drill, but when you need to do something that it does, it's done effortlessly, and beautifully. Strong, yet gentle, durable yet light. It's the perfect mix. Definitely a five star piece of equipment, and worth every penny of it's hefty price tag. Buy it, you won't be sorry.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Learn one of the boat bulders secrets
    I first saw this Fein sander in a tool store in Portland, Maine. They were flying off the shelves to boat builders and owners for their wood boats. I had wanted a sander to get into corners and for fine finish work and after feeling the power and very little vibration, I was impressed. At the time though I thought the price was extremely high. Not only for the tool, but also for the sand paper and other accessories.

    To make a long story short, I coughed up the money and bought the Fein sander and have never looked back. I rarely use my other sanders because this one can be used for almost any application. I have pulled up a old linolium floor with the floor tool (very easy) and done a lot of sanding. Nothing cuts wood better than this sander and the speed controls and comfortable position in your hand make it a winner. You also have no after effects of vibration when using this sander for long periods of time.

    Is it worth the money? Yes, every penny.
    Are there any negatives? Accessories including sand paper are expensive and hard to find in local stores. Most purchases for these items are made over the web. Even Amazon has reduced the amount of sand paper options they sell.

    Best tip? Make sure you order a hook and loop sanding head and sand paper. It is a much easier system if you sand a lot.

    Don't be cheap, buy the best. This Fein is very fine.

    2-0 out of 5 stars I paid all that money for this?!?
    I have wanted a Fein Multi-Master for years. I read a review of it in Fine
    Homebuilding a couple years ago, and the reviewer raved about it. He said
    the first thing he did with it was to take it out in the back yard and cut tree
    roots with it. I thought, wow, a fine detail sander/flush cutter that is so
    tought it can cut tree roots too?! I had to have one. But, it's expensive, so
    it had to wait.

    Finally, I figured I'd waited long enough, and I was about to start a big flooring

    job where I knew I'd be doing a lot of flush cutting of door jams and trim. So
    I bought it. And now I'm wondering how this thing got such an amazing
    reputation.

    First, I'll say that I haven't tried out it's sanding capability. It's quite possible
    that when I do, I'll be able to salvage some of pre-ownership excitement about
    the Multi-Master. So I'm just going to comment on it's cutting ability: it sucks.
    Specifically, the blade that comes with this kit is a flimsy piece of steel with tiny
    little cutting teeth -- probably ideal for cutting parts for your balsa wood airplane
    kits, but suboptimal for anything having to do with house construction. Add to that
    the fact that unless you really crank down on the bolt that holds the blade in the
    tool, the blade slips and doesn't cut at all, resulting in an almost
    completely useless tool. But wait, there's more: the bolt that holds the blade is
    an allen bolt, and the accompanying wrench is difficult to squarely and fully engage
    in the bolt, resulting in easily stripped out bolt heads. Great, right? But wait,
    there's even more, and this is what prompted me to write this review this morning:
    Today, I was going to try out my recently purchased "E cut" blade (what the heck
    is the "E" for?), so I gamely tried to install it on the Multi-Master. Being careful to
    fully engage the wrench so as not to strip the bolt, I tightened that thing down,
    knowing that if I didn't get it tight enough, the blad would slip and not work at
    all. But as I put the final bit of torque on the dumb thing, the washer that goes
    between the bolt and the blade SPLIT IN HALF! It was all I could do to not throw
    the whole thing in the trash at that point. I really hope this thing sands better than
    it "cuts". Cos the thing don't cut it. Save your money. By a decent flush cutting
    hand saw and forget you ever heard about this thing. I wish I had.

    Addendum (29 June, 2004): I put the "E" cut blade on the other day with the
    bolt and washer meant for the sander pads, and I have to admit, it cuts pretty
    darn well. Much better than the blade that comes with this kit. I'm raising
    my rating from 1 to 2 stars. Maybe as I use this thing more, I'll keep raising
    the rating... ... Read more


    5. Fein MSF636-1 6" Dustless Random Orbit Sander
    list price: $670.00
    our price: $379.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223PI
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 4368
    Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Direct dust collection through pad
    • Fastest OPM of any random orbit sander on market
    • 380 watt 7500 RPM
    • 8-hole hook & loop
    • Reduces sanding time by 30%

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is Amazing!
    If you do woodworking, you know that sanding is the most dreadful part of any project. Sanding is usually a dirty, dusty, and unhealthy job. When my last random-orbit sander got worn out, I replaced it with the 6" Fein MSF636-1. I also bought the Fein Turbo II dust collector to go with it. I am so impressed, I just had to sing its praises...

    I have been through several random-orbit sanders -- DeWalt, two from Bosch, Makita, Porter+Cable, and others. Always, when I'm done sanding, my hair and face, and all surfaces in the shop, are covered in dust. For days afterwards, I have to vacuum up the dust. The dust flies around, the dust is all over my work clothes, the dust makes its way from my shop into the house. It is dirty and it is unhealthy -- it is very dangerous to breathe fine dust particles.

    When I bought this sander, I figured that "dust free" meant less dust. I thought it would just be an improvement over my other sanders. Not so! With this sander, dust free really means dust free. With the Fein sander, attached to the Fein Turbo II dust collector, there is absolutely no dust in the air at all! I have a bright shop light right over my sanding table, and after I am done sanding I cannot see anything floating around in there. Definitely close to 100% dust collection.

    The Fein sander is an aggressive machine, and at first you might be surprised at how much material it removes in a short time. There is an adjustment period when switching to this machine from other ROS, but it is a nice thing to adjust to. Also, I should say that this is a heavy machine, definitely heavier than other ROS I've used. But it does a beautiful job. I've used it on grits from 40 up to 400, and it is easy to control and very well balanced.

    One definite minus is that Fein includes no instructions. I know that a sander is a pretty simple machine, but there are a couple of items in the box that didn't make sense to me right away, and it's nice to have instructions to make you feel confident you're doing things correctly.

    The bottom line is, I no longer dread sanding. I actually look forward to the sanding phase of my wood projects now.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Awsome sander, but...
    I just got this sander, and have been able to use it on some red oak. By far this is the best ROS I have ever used - and I have many hours logged with ROS. This sander can be very aggressive, but it is very easy to control, and gives very precise action. I put most of my 220 lbs. on it and it didn't chock for a second. There was almost no vibration, and my hands did not tingle after a few hours of use. Also, I have never seen better dust extraction. PERIOD!

    Now to why it did not get 5 stars from me.

    1) No case. At this price you think you would get a case.
    2) Poor doccumentation. Mine came with two manuals. Both were safety oriented, and not use or operation oriented.
    3) The dust collection outlet is propietary. It is an odd shaped rectange, forcing you to use a hard to find Fein adapter, or make one yourself.
    4) Cost.

    However, because of the preformance of this unit, I mostly have been able to overlook these problems. I am thinking of buying their 8" model next.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best addition to my shop this year
    This sander, combined with its vac , collects every spec of dust. The vac hose takes a little getting used to. I finish sanded 200 entry doors in half the amount of time that it took with my PorterCable random sander. Flat sanding only with this tool. ... Read more


    6. Fein 9-11-20 Wet/Dry 6-Gallon Vacuum
    list price: $199.00
    our price: $159.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002245U
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 3616
    Average Customer Review: 4.13 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Impressive power, quiet operation, and easy portability makethis little vac a real find at a decent price. Right from the bottomup, it's a winner. Five smooth casters won't let it tip; the click-onhose can be attached and detached easily with one hand; and the motorunit doesn't sit in any specific position, thereby eliminating all thatawkward fumbling it takes to seat it. Two sturdy clips hang onto themotor from the canister. The hose is a generous 10-1/2 feet long, andthat doesn't even count the two extension wands. It has 90 inches ofstatic water lift, and Fein lists the airflow at 116 cfm--darnedrespectable for a unit that's compact, incredibly quiet (at 63decibels), and comes loaded with accessories. It also has a 16-footpower cord, a nice plus. It's light and easily maneuvered at just under18 pounds, and--not that this is important in a vac--mighty stylishlooking, too. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Quiet: 63 decibels
    • 8 amp motor
    • Dual fan motor to prevent electrical damage
    • 90-inch static water lift
    • Cleanup kit included

    Reviews (15)

    5-0 out of 5 stars First impressions
    I after performing some web research on canister type vacuums I purchased the Fein wet/dry vacuum due to the low price, features, and the customer review on amazon.

    My initial impressions after one use:
    -The Fein vacuum is very sturdy, lots of thick/heavy-duty plastic.
    -It has a nice long hose and power cord.
    -The attachments, hose, and dust filter are easy to take on and off.
    -The manual/instructions are a little difficult to read with some vague pictures, but has multiple languages.
    -The dust bag was a little difficult to put on, the instructions were unclear, and it was a hard to get my hands on the cardboard portion of the bag to push it all the way on.
    -The optional wheels were very easy to install (recommend taking the top motor portion off and flipping the bottom half).
    -The suction power is comparable to the vacuums you would find at do-it-yourself car washes. Would easily vacuum up coins/marbles/nails if needed.

    Overall I think that the Fein wet/day vacuum is a great value beating most other canister vacuums in the same price range with functionality and suction power.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Quieter...but....
    I was definitely attracted to this vac for its quietness, and yes, it is quieter than my Sears wet/dry...but, the quietness comes at a noticeable reduction in suction power. With the reduced suction power, you also find yourself cleaning the filter more often. I really miss my onboard "tool" storage for the other cleaning accessories...the Fein while compact, lightweight and well balanced is not designed to hold its own accessories, which I think is a must for any tool. I think I have already misplaced an accessory or two...On the plus side it has an excellent quality hose (though the narrow diameter limits what you can pick up with the vac)the longer length hose is welcome but is difficult to store (maybe some velcro strips...)the unit is light and very well balanced, and yes, it is quieter than your average shop vac. I won't be getting rid of my old Craftsman any time soon.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Vacuum, but short on accessories
    I've been using this vacuum for about two months now and am generally pleased with it. It's sufficiently powerful, very quiet, and seems generally to be well-built. It does not come with an upholstery brush or other fairly standard attachments, and because the hose size is a bit different from the standard shopvac, one cannot just go down to Home Depot and pick up attachments. Instead, it is necessary to purchase the rather expensive Fein attachment pack -- sort of a drag given the rather high price tag of the unit itself. Overall a good unit, but not perfect.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Fein mini-turbo vac
    I just unpacked my new Fein mini-turbo vac and plugged it in to play around with it! My first impression is that Fein has made another nice product that performs as advertised, as long as you don't think that the advertising info gives you the complete, straight story.

    The vac has plenty of suction and is quieter than my 8 gal Shop-Vac. It's also more stable when you pull it around by the hose, cuz the hose is positively attached to the tank and the 5 casters make the thing just about untippable. The 10 foot hose and 16 foot heavy-duty cord are great. So far, so good, right!

    Wrong, I think. They give you just about every tool you'd want except a brush attachment, which I use a lot on jobsite cleanup. Then, there's no provision for on-board storage of the attachments, a major oversight. Couldn't they supply some sort of simple mesh bag for this stuff that clips onto the unit?

    The other major oversight is the filters: The main filter is supposed to be used in conjunction with a paper filter which must be discarded when it's full, sort of like a typical vacuum cleaner bag. Only trouble is, the paper filters cost about 9 bucks a piece, kind of spendy, I think. I intend to use this unit minus the paper bag filter and just clean the main filter when it gets dirty but they say not to wash it out with water or it will deteriorate faster.

    Oh, really? Both Sears and Shop-Vac have filters that are washable in a stream of water; I've used some of these filters for a couple of years or more before replacing them.

    Fein is a strange company. They make some very high quality tools but fall down on some of the details. They particularly don't quite understand how things are done in the USA, yet they are making a major effort to sell their stuff here. I haven't yet decided whether I'll keep this tool. I'll have to think about it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Vacuum
    I just used this vacuum for the 1st time cleaning my garage, and I must say that I like this vacuum very much.

    It is unbelievably quiet, and yet very powerful and easy to handle. This machine is a little expensive but to me it is definitely a worthwhile purchase. ... Read more


    7. Fein DW1 Wet/Dry Clean-Up Kit
    list price: $82.30
    our price: $69.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000226AS
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 1392
    Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Allows Turbo II to be used as a clean up vacuum
    • Basic clean up kit for 9-55-13 Turbo II vacuum
    • Fits directly onto the standard 1 ¼" hose
    • Basic kit of most commonly used accessories
    • Includes 2 metal extension tubes, air reduction handle, upholstery nozzle, crevice tool, wet brush, floor brush with wheels, and an anti-foam filter for water pickup

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars These attachments are expensive but useful!
    I have owned my Turbo II vacuum for a number of years now, and I will admit that I was never willing to spend the money for these attachments. It is true that there are many lesser vacuums out there that include the tools, but I always told myself that I would rather have an awesome shop vac and no tools versus a so-so vac with tools. Recently, I finally coughed up the money for these attachments and I am thrilled to have so much more versatility when using a favored tool. I have had absolutely zero problems with any of the attachments. It is true that there are no "positive lock" mechanisms on the mating pieces, yet I have never had the attachments come apart even after hours of continuous use. I have cleaned our cars, sucked up sawdust, and vanquished cobwebs all to my great satisfaction. The adjustable "bristles" on the floor attachment make pulling stuff off of carpet (such as dust/dirt/woodchips in a car trunk) a painless task.

    If there is a downside, it is the lack of a convenient way to store these tools "onboard" the Turbo II machine (as some other shop vacs offer). For now I am keeping the attachments in a drawer and the metal extension wands lean in a corner. But I guess this is more my problem than a criticism of this tool set. Overall I am thrilled with the performance of this product and I recommend its purchase without reservation!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Adequate tools; poor value
    I am disappointed in the Fein tool kit for the following reasons: the devices are lacking a basic positive-lock connection feature (often incorporated in the form of that classic little round-topped chrome button that springs up into a hole on the mating piece), and they generally are (aside from the floor attachment and chrome tubes) very light gauge material. I have a ... little Eureka "Mighty Mite" compact vacuum, and its tools are actually more substantial than the supposedly "industrial grade" Fein products. Ultimately I imagine these accessories will work fine, but I am actually amazed at the high price relative to what is provided. ... Final complaint - I really can't imagine that anyone who orders the Fein vacuum cleaner wouldn't want the tools - they should come with the machine. Separating them out seems to be a way of keeping the machine's cost down - ultimately an artificial savings.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
    The Wet/Dry kit works great and was produced with a higher quality material than I imagined. I was also leary about buying from Amazon and using the free shipping but, the kit shipped within two days and arrived within five days. All in all, shopping at Amazon couldn't be easier and the Fein Wet/Dry kit is worth every penny.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good variety of quality tools
    This kit includes a good variety of quality tools.

    The parts go together easily with only slight pressure. They stay together when you want them to, but you can still take them apart. Thus far, I have not had them stick together so tightly that I have had to struggle to disassemble them. This was a common and recurring problem with my old VAC.

    I especially like the floor brush. It has two rollers at the back of the unit that are larger enough that you can easily push it around in the typical shop floor dust and wood clips. It also has a built-in lever that permits you to lower bristle strips along the front and rear edges. The benefit is that for shop applications, you can leave the bristle strips retracted and the small wood chips won't have anything to cling to. You'll vacuum them right up. But for interior use or for fine particle dust, the bristles help attract and pick them up.

    This package is a nice addition to your Fein VAC.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Big Price BUT Good Value
    Thi of the kit is tailored to the needs associated with a woodworking shop. I find nothing wrong with any component of this kit. Quick clean up is the outcome of using this kit. There is a tool for every need and each is of high quality. ... Read more


    8. Fein 63502134015 2-1/2-inch Precision E Cut Blade
    list price: $40.00
    our price: $33.99
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    Asin: B00005Q7C9
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 1293
    Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Flush cut design allows for completely perpendicular cuts to flooring in tight areas
    • Longer lasting 2-1/2-inch saw blade for Multimaster tool
    • Perfect for flush cutting applications
    • Finer tooth pattern provides more control and longer blade life
    • Great for doorjambs, baseboards, toe kicks, and flooring work

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great for making wide surface cuts but.....
    I'm glad I have this blade for use with the Fein Multimaster. The only problem is that when you are doing a job like trying to cut through a 3/4" cedar wall to install an outlet box, it is hard to keep a perfect corner. I am not talking about keeping a perfect line, it is great for that, but when you are trying to cut an exact corner with a wide angled blade, it is hard to determine the edge. Consequently the edge of your cut can go a little wider than hoped for, leaving a tiny slit that can run out of the outside circumference of your edge lines.
    For making those kind of cuts the straight blades, without the angled sides makes for a perfect job. Knowing where the edge of the blade is, even while it is sinking into the wood is the key to getting your corners exact. With the 2 1/2 inch E cut blade, the tip is harder to get a bearing on where the vibrating edge is going to leave its mark. I'm not saying that you can't do the job with this blade, but for that type of application, the square rectangular blades make it easy to do a perfect job.
    I'm not knocking this 2 1/2 inch blade. As a matter of fact I like using it for covering a wide area. I can angle the face of the blade along a line, and as the back of the edge is sinking deep, the front edge is starting a new edge of the cut. All in all highly recommended. PS: Get a square-rectangular style blade as well.

    5-0 out of 5 stars contractor, naples fl
    this is probably the most useful hand power tool in the universe.but i must agree with those who say the replacement blades are ridiculously high in price. but it is still one of the got to have tools. GOT TO HAVE IT!!!

    2-0 out of 5 stars precision cut blade
    get more life ... when the teeth break off use your dremel tool with a cut-off blade and cut new teeth in the steel and stop spending the big bucks for new blades. I do not often share this information....

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Thing to Have
    I recently bought the Fein Multi-Master tool, and also this extra blade. I have used this to remove some old paneling that was located in a tight corner space in a room I am remodeling and it worked amazingly well. It took me about 30 minutes to take one wall down using a japanese trim saw and about 5 minutes with this, and it was cleaner than the job I did by hand, in fact I hit a trim nail and went right through it, something my hand saw could have never done. I highly reccomend this recommend this to anyone using the Fein Multi Master

    5-0 out of 5 stars FEIN BLADE
    The Multi-Master is an indispensable tool for remodeling, but for some reason, the more aggressive E-Cut blade has been discontinued and the only offering in a 2 1/2" is this precision blade. I assume since Fein is the only company that makes the blades for this tool, they can get away with the outrageous price. ... Read more


    9. Fein MSX-636-2START Multimaster Start
    list price: $216.00
    our price: $139.99
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    Asin: B00005Q7BX
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 3370
    Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Ideal for sanding in tight corners
    • Attached tool can turn fully around drive shaft
    • Ergonomical design and lightweight

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fein MultiMaster wins 5 Stars Plus
    I prefer the variable speed model. Gives you a lot more control, especially in delicate situations. Here is my review of the variable speed model.
    I installed French Doors off of the living room, with a landing, and handrails, and trimmed out the new opening. The Fein Multimaster was with me all the way. I started off needing a detail sander, that would get into tight places, that the usual sander with a larger motor, hanging out over the triangular sanding head would not reach. The motor head would get in the way. So a long body sander is what I needed. I went to Home Depot and bought a Ryobi, thinking it would suffice for as often as I needed to do corners. Wrong! No matter what grade of paper I put on it, it dug a hole, made a lot of noise, and refused to sand an even plane. I returned it. In disgust, I popped for the Fein Multimaster Kit. Wow, what a difference. The sanding function was smooth, but not so aggressive as to eat holes in the wood. It starts off with such a light touch, that you can even hold one of their jagged teeth cutting blade attachments against your skin without any harm, but when you apply it against the wood, and exert a little pressure, it slices right through it effortlessly, and evenly. So the more resistance, the greater the cutting or sanding action. The variable speed model is perferred. It is vibration, rather than a stroke, especially at the lower settings. Once you speed up the tool it goes all the way to a mini-stroke. Gives you a lot more control when working up against the edge of something. Truly a masterful tool.
    You have the option of buying the sanding head with the holes in it, and the vacuum attachment, giving you relatively dust free sanding. Great if you are working in a clean environment, and don't want to blanket the room.
    The cutting blade that comes with it, that is a half moon shape, does a nice job, but is designed as a freebie to go with the system, and is not as durable as their e-cut blades, which aren't cheap. The e-cut blades also are rectangular so they reach into tighter corners. Makes a perfect job, when removing the wood spacer-shims from the door surround, and cutting fine lines in most any application, where precision is the key.
    When instaling the trim of the door opening, I had to make a cut at the base, that would meet flush with the tile, for the floor. The flush cutting blade, with its offset design, made me look like Michelangelo. :-) Well OK it is not the Sistine Chapel, but the mating of the wood to the surface of the tile was perfect. No effort, and easy to control. I laid the tile up against the wood, pencil scribed a line, then removed the tile, and cut the wood with the flush bit, just using the pencil line as my guide. Effortless. The fit was so nice, I had to snug the tile in under the line.

    Bosch makes a flush cutter also, and the advantage to that, is that the blades are available locally. The problem is that the Bosch is not also a sander, and scraper etc. Cost almost the same, and is a one use tool.
    I noticed that the paper for the Fein has a good backer on it. Saves you from a curling end, which leads to a buggered up backing on the sanding pad. Very exacting, and very well made.
    You will notice in the Amazon sales rank, that the Fein outsells the Bosch. I love Bosch equipment, so I am not knocking the tool.
    The optional mini e-cut blades kit is smaller than you would imagine. Combined with the precision vibration of the tool, enables you to work on smaller scale fine work as well.
    When sanding with the coarser grits, and some pressure, you can remove a good deal of material in short order. By using a finer grit, and a softer push, you can polish the surface to a smooth finish.
    I have the Fein RT-1800 Router, which is more of an industrial quality piece of equipment, and this Multi-Master will give me many years of reliable service, the same as the router. Fein makes first class stuff.
    This is one of those tools, that you don't use as often as a cordless drill, but when you need to do something that it does, it's done effortlessly, and beautifully. Strong, yet gentle, durable yet light. It's the perfect mix. Definitely a five star piece of equipment, and worth every penny of it's hefty price tag. Buy it, you won't be sorry.

    5-0 out of 5 stars If you're desperate...
    This handy dandy tool doubles as a cast cutter... just in case your orthopedic surgeon goes golfing the day you're supposed to have your cast taken off. Reschedule in two weeks? I don't think so. Just attach a medical grade cast cutter blade and it'll be off in a matter of minutes! AND, because it oscillates instead of spinning, you wont't cut yourself (well, if you tried REALLY hard you probably could). Don't believe me? Test it on your arm and you'll see how safe it is. It tickles more than anything.

    5-0 out of 5 stars TOOL YES - ACCESSORIES NO!
    I am a tool afficiando. This tool is fine. After an hour of use, it's smooth rotational motor was as cool and comfortable as a cucumber. Your choice should be between the fixed or variable speed models...not accessories. My kitchen cabinets lay upon a 1/4" plywood which we removed for hardwood flooring, flush cutting the plywood to the cabinet base. The included flush cut blade barly stood up to undercuting some cheap door trim, however, a single 3 3/8" oldham blade from home depot for under two fins, was able to go under the 4" toe kick, as well as the rest of the cabinets. Sears craftsman has a 100 tooth, 4" blade for a single fin, which I imagine would fair great for the finish work intended for thier 40-60 dollar blades.

    2-0 out of 5 stars TO Expensive to Use, But It's Nicely Made
    The Fein Multimaster consists of a well made motor and case with an unusually nice length of electrical cord that doesn't requrie an extension to get across short disttances. The high speed oscilating vibrator has numbers attachments and they are all CONSUMABLE and are VERY EXPENSIVE. Like some expensive foreign cares, you might be able to afford to buy it, but can you keep it running. Additionally, dealers (even in Southern California) are extremely rare and Fein states that they have elected not to use Home Depot or Lowes as an avenue of retail distribution.

    My original intended use was for tile repairs around tub and shower surrounds. The tile kit consists of numberous blades for removing grout. Having used either a cut out tool with a carbide bit or a grinder with a masonry or diamond wheel I was hoping to minimize the amount of dust created removing the grout line and broken tiles. The MultiMaster excelled at minimizing dust, but a $ 30.00 blade only lasted through four 4 1/4" x 4 1/4" tiles. I contacted the Fein office here in the US and they explained to me that the endurance of the blade is dependent of what the backing is. If it is concrete (mortar or hardy board) and the blade comes into contact with the backing then it is shot. This small bit of advice is found nowhere in the instruction that come with the MultiMaster of the $... Tile Kit.

    My advice: Save your money for a better shop vac and go about it the old way. ... Read more


    10. Fein 63502133017 1-3/8" Precision E Cut Blade
    list price: $40.00
    our price: $31.99
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    Asin: B00005Q7C8
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 3807
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    Features

    • Flush cut design allows for completely perpendicular cuts to flooring in tight areas
    • Longer lasting 1-3/8" saw blade for Multimaster tool
    • Perfect for flush cutting applications
    • Finer tooth pattern provides more control and longer blade life
    • Great for doorjambs, baseboards, toe kicks, and flooring work

    11. Fein 63502151020 Multi Master M-Cut Blade 3-Pack
    list price: $59.99
    our price: $59.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00063RSJW
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 6392
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    Features

    • Flush cut design allows for completely perpendicular cuts to flooring in tight areas
    • Able to cut finisih nails
    • Perfect for flush cutting applications
    • Finer tooth pattern provides more control and longer blade life
    • Great for doorjambs, baseboards, toe kicks, and flooring work

    12. Fein 63502106015 New Segment Saw Blade
    list price: $46.00
    our price: $44.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223OY
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 4901
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Designed for straight cutting in harder material
    • High Speed Steel blade with segmentation on one side
    • Rigid material provides for more durable blade and better cutting ability
    • For cutting sheet metal up to 1.0 mm and harder wood, fiberglass and carbon fiber
    • Segmentation allows for cutting into corners and right angles

    Reviews (3)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Other companies?
    I'd like to agree with the other reviews on Fein: great tool funky blades. Can Lenox or Starett make blades for the MultiMaster?

    2-0 out of 5 stars Convenience but no Quality
    I love/hate this blade along with the Fein sander. The tool and blades like this are so convenient; they get you in tight places, allowing a lot of control, but this blade, along with the e-cut blades are...poor value for the money. They are not bi-metal like good recip blades, or carbide, like good saw blades, they're just plain steel, and they don't last. I have a table saw blade, I paid [$$$] for, but it'll last a lifetime, because it's good quality carbide, and it can be sharpened. As for blades like this one, if you're a contractor like me, you better have a big markup for overhead, because these babies are going to cost you. I actually took my complaint to the company; the rep I emailed said they pleaded with the manufacturers in Germany to make the price more reasonable, but to no avail.

    4-0 out of 5 stars saw blade Fein?
    I've used the flush cut saw blades for a couple of years to open painted windows in old houses and have discovered the blades just don't hold up. Hopefully the new ones will hold up better but I would expect more from a company that make such a heavy duty tool. I am about to try the metal cutting blade (flush cut) and hope it doesn't clog up. Why doesn't toolcrib offer a more complete listing of accessries for this tool? ... Read more


    13. Fein 63903167260 Super Professional Kit
    list price: $79.99
    our price: $53.99
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    Asin: B00006ANS8
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 787
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Basic kit of most often used blades for Multimaster system
    • Carbide grout blade for cleaning and easy removal of damaged tile
    • Carbide rasp for aggressive material removal on wood
    • Convex knife blade for cutting linoleum, carpet, rubber or cardboard
    • E-Cut blade for under cutting door jamb or counter kicks to make room for new tile

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Quality Tool Super Deal
    The Fein Multimaster is an exceptional tool. The concave cutting blade that comes with the multimaster kit, does a nice job, but it dulls rather quickly. It is not made out of the hardened steel of the Feins optional blades. They are pricey, but the quality is there. The thing this kit does for you is give you the most frequently used blades at a substantial savings over their individual prices. The professional kit that superceded this one, was for the same price, and did not include the extra blade. The price you have to pay for just a couple of the pieces, you can buy the whole kit. This super professional kit is one sweet deal. Softens the price of the tool at least a little bit.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Only buy authentic Fein accessories
    I would like to suggest you see my other reviews of Fein accessories. And, I would like to suggest you don't buy from Feinblades.com. They have no affiliation with Fein company. Buy authentic Fein accessories. They cost more, and I don't like paying more than I have to for anything, but, I have such respect for fine Fein tools that I willingly pay more for genuine Fein accessories. These are not only authentic, but, the original detail sander tools. They invented it and the rest have to scrounge for the unpatented crumbs. I suggest you buy stategically by buying the packaged accessories which total less than buying the same pieces seperately. ... Read more


    14. Fein TII1MCRN 1 Micron Vacuum Filter
    list price: $38.80
    our price: $32.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223XB
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 604
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Do not use with cloth filter bag
    • 1 Micron filter for Fein vacuums
    • Mounts onto float valve cage on bottom of vacuum head
    • Requires turn screw (TII3001) and Flange (TII3002) for mounting
    • Must be used with paper dust bag

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good for Nasty Work
    We bought and used this filter on our wet-dry vac for cleaning up our house. We're in the middle of some serious rehab, restoring our 1904 house to its original charm, grace and majestic beauty. (estimated completion date is 2097)

    In the meantime, this filter does a good job of cleaning up the big ugly messes.

    Before, when using our wet-dry vac without this filter (we used the traditional filters and even a paper filter) a cloud of dust would rise up out of the vacuum when you started it up.

    With this filter in place, there are no large gray clouds looming on the horizon upon start up.

    It says it filters down to 1 micron. The eye of an average sewing needle is 750 microns across and the period in written text at 10 font is about 400 microns. 1 micron is pretty tiny.

    But as I understand, installing this filter on a wet-dry vac doesn't make it a HEPA vacuum, simply because there are other places on the vacuum for air leaks to occur.

    However, as a rehabber, it is a TREMENDOUS help to add this filter onto your wet-dry vac. The filter we purchased is not suitable for wet applications. ... Read more


    15. Fein 63502144014 Flush Cut Wood Blade (Hardwoods)
    list price: $74.00
    our price: $56.99
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    Asin: B0002ZIJ3I
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 4809
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    16. Fein 913036K01 3-Pack of Vacuum Bags
    list price: $11.70
    our price: $14.99
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    Asin: B0007SXLCE
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 550
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    Product Description

    3 - Pack of dust bags for 9-55-13Turbo II Vacuum ... Read more

    Features

    • 3 - Pack of dust bags for 9-55-13Turbo II Vacuum
    • Designed for use with a 1 Micron or HEPA filter
    • Collects larger particles for two-stage dust collection
    • Disposable

    17. Fein TIIHEPA HEPA Filter
    list price: $78.00
    our price: $74.99
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    Asin: B0000223XA
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 999
    Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Do not use with cloth filter bag
    • .3 Micron HEPA filter for Fein vacuums
    • Mounts onto float valve cage on bottom of vacuum head
    • Requires turn screw (TII3001) and Flange (TII3002) for mounting
    • Must be used with paper dust bag

    Reviews (3)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Better deal elsewhere
    The HEPA filter works great but is limited to only dry pick-up and using an expensive special paper bag which does make for easy clean up but does limit versatility.

    I bought a Cleanair Gortex HEPA filter from Lowes for $29.99 that fits the Red-Coded Craftsman vacuums. This forms a perfect seal and works for wet and dry pick-up. You only need to either plug the hole in the bottom of the filter with a plastic plug you can get at Lowes or any car parts store or use a 3/8" x 2.5" carriage bolt, nylon washer, and wing nut to more securely fasten the filter. Better filter, better price, easier wet/dry vacuuming.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Expensive, but they're your sinuses and lungs...
    When you buy a woodworking tool, the manual doesn't warn you, but if you do a bit of research you'll discover that prolonged exposure to finer dust (smaller than 1 micron, or the size of smoke particles) can lead to sinus and lung problems; some serious. Most shop vacuums come with filters that retain dust as small as 5 microns (a piece of copier paper is about 100 microns thick). If you want to protect yourself, you need a HEPA filter, which will retain particles smaller than 1 micron.

    This filter is pretty expensive, but without it, why buy the vacuum? For woodworking and sanding, a shop vacuum without a HEPA filter is probably a waste of money.

    Commercial dust collectors large enough for larger power tools, that remove particles smaller than 2 microns, are not yet available at home shop prices. So even with a HEPA filter, if you're using a power saw, planer, etc., you should also wear a respirator with HEPA filters and have something to clean your shop's air before it goes into the rest of your house (and before you remove your respirator). The alternative is to shell out more than the cost of the power tool for a suitable industrial grade dust collector, or to build your own (there are instructions and parts on the Internet).

    5-0 out of 5 stars works well
    I was concerned that the HEPA filter would reduce the vacuum. Although it must somewhat, I could not detect it. Also the filter is protected by the cloth filter that comes with the machine. Very nice! ... Read more


    18. Fein 63502151018 Multi Master M-Cut Blade
    list price: $37.60
    our price: $28.99
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    Asin: B00063RSJC
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 7547
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    Features

    • Flush cut design allows for completely perpendicular cuts to flooring in tight areas
    • Able to cut finisih nails
    • Perfect for flush cutting applications
    • Finer tooth pattern provides more control and longer blade life
    • Great for doorjambs, baseboards, toe kicks, and flooring work

    19. Fein DW3XXX Wet/Dry Kit for 9-77-25 Vacuum
    list price: $59.99
    our price: $59.99
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    Asin: B00006AE44
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 4970
    Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Basic cleanup kit for Turbo III Vacuum
    • Tools fit directly onto 2-1/2" hose for Turbo III
    • Includes 2 plastic extension tubes, and air reduction handle, a crevice tool, a round brush, an upholstery nozzle, a floor brush, and an anti-foam filter
    • Allows the Turbo III vacuum to be used as a clean up Vacuum

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good tools
    They should really be included with the vacuum but I am happy with quality. The tools are better than what you normally get for free with a shop vac. The floor tool is especially nice.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Standard Accessories--Flawed Handle Design
    This is a pretty standard set of accessories one would expect for a shop vac setup. One could argue that they should, at the price of the Fein, be included, but they aren't, so just deal with it. :-)

    The issue I have is with the design of the handle that is intended to connect the hose to the wands. It comes apart with the slightest downward pressure on the hose. I talked with Fein about it last weekend at the AWFS show in Anaheim, and they committed to get a fix for the problem.

    Knowing Fein, they'll not only fix it, but fix it well and offer us a free retrofit, but until then, I can't recommend purchasing this set

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the buy
    One would think that with a decent vacuum comes decent accessories. Not in this case! A few cheap plastic parts that fail miserably to the task do a great disfavor to the name. The best piece of the lot, an angular handle that also doubles as a suction adjuster, does not stay connected to the hose due to a manufacturing deffect. The other segments also have a tendency to come apart with annoying regularity. I am sorry to say that this product seems to be an afterthought that skipped the field test altogether. Expect a recall! ... Read more


    20. Fein 63502113019 Flush Cut Wood Blade
    list price: $0.00
    our price: $24.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223P1
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fein
    Sales Rank: 4415
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Single blade for introduction to cutting with the Multimaster
    • Metal blade for cutting soft wood
    • Segmented to provide for right angle cuts against another surface
    • Recessed center provides for flush cutting applications
    • Great for removing window putty and other softer materials

    Reviews (1)

    3-0 out of 5 stars HANDY, BUT SOFT
    THIS BLADE IS VERY HANDY FOR FLUSH CUTTING IN SOFT TO SEMISOFT WOOD. DON'T EXPECT BLADE TO LAST VERY LONG. WILL CUT HARD WOOD, BUT WEARS OUT VERY FAST. NO LONGER THAN BLADE LAST WITH USE IT'S VERY PRICY. ... Read more


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