I’ve owned a Fein MultiMaster for nearly 4 years now, and although I don’t use it as much as I used to, I definitely feel like I got my money’s worth.
The new Fein 350Q Multimaster? It’s even better.
Fein invented the product category, and so they know a thing or two about how an oscillating multi-tool is supposed to perform. The 350Q MultiMaster performs well and with lower vibration and noise than many (if not most) other oscillating multi-tools.
There’s a new Fein MultiMaster kit on the market – the FMM 350Q Systainer Edition, which comes with a handy Systainer that can stack with other Festool and Tanos Systainers. If you don’t have other Systainers that this one could connect to, that’s okay, this kit is a hot buy for other reasons.
It comes with a slew of cutting and sanding accessories and attachments. You get a perforated sanding backer pad, a perforated sanding disc, a non-perforated sanding pad, an assortment of sanding sheets, a dust extraction assembly (I had to buy this separately for my MultiMaster), a scraper blade, a 1-3/8″ E-cut saw blade, a 1-3/4″ E-Cut saw blade, a 2-9/16″ E-Cut saw blade, a HSS segment saw blade, a carbide segment saw blade, and a triangular carbide rasp.
This combo package is typically priced at $299, and if you ask me it’s worth a lot more than that, and is currently on sale at Amazon for $269.03.
I can’t tell you how long the $269 price will last for, but I can tell you that this is a fantastic price. Even though I still have a test sample around here somewhere leftover from my quick review of the new 350Q MultiMaster, I’m highly tempted to spring for a set.
The Fein 350Q is an excellent tool, and their accessories are often top notch too. The Systainer normally costs extra, and so does the dust extraction attachment. You can get larger or smaller 350Q sets, and Fein still sells their 250Q set as part of a $180 starter combo, but I think this set offers the most balance between versatility and high bang for the buck.
This set is a decent value at $299, and an even better at $269. The $269 price (reflecting $30 savings) might last a day, a week, a month, or it might disappear after just one more purchase.
If you’ve been hankering to buy a top-quality oscillating tool, you’ve found it.
For those of you that own a Fein MultiMaster or have used one, do you agree with my praise of it? Or did I someone drink up the orange Kool Aid?