Dremel has come out with a new Multi-Max oscillating multi-tool, the MM50, which is said to be a robust design that provides users with better control, thanks to lower vibration.
The new Dremel MM50 is also said to have a compact head that’s 30% smaller than other tools in its class, allowing it to reach into tighter spaces that other tools might not fit.
It also has an angled body, which Dremel says delivers an improved user experience, especially when making flush cuts. The design gives users more room around their hands.
The Dremel MM50 sports a 5.0A motor, which is said to be the most powerful in its class, making the tool capable for tougher jobs such as cutting door jams, trim, and baseboard.
- 5A motor
- 10,000 – 20,000 OPM
- Variable speed dial
- Tool-free blade change system
Blade changes are said to be quick and easy, via the new knob-based locking mechanism.
The MM50-01 kit comes with a selection of 30 accessories for various cutting and sanding applications.
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Dremel has updated their Multi-Max oscillating multi-tools over the years, each time adding small but noticeable improvements.
With the MM50, the blade change mechanism is different, but the tool also features a more powerful motor, an angled design for better ergonomics, and a more compact head for fitting into tighter spaces.
The blade style looks to be the same Dremel format that is popular with DIYers and hobbyists for their reasonable quality, vast selection, value pricing, and wide availability. Personally, I would have liked to see the Starlock interface, but I can’t blame Dremel for wanting to maintain full compatibility with their large range of accessories.
We have a Dremel MM50 oscillating multi-tool for review, and hope to be able to answer any questions you might have about its operation or performance.