Sears has the Craftsman Nextec 61199 12.0 Volt Multi-Tool for $9.47 with free in-store pickup. Shipping to home option is $7. Powered by a 12.0 Volt Die-Hard Lithium-Ion battery (*not included*), 15,000 oscillations per minute to cut, plunge, grind, scrape, remove and sand.
$29 Retail: $60

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    czgu Ben's cred: 12
    Posted 4:10 am PDT 04/30/13

    Battery is not included

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    Whistler Ben's cred: 265
    Posted 4:43 am PDT 04/30/13

    And that battery is $22.

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    kendunn Ben's cred: 98
    Posted 4:45 am PDT 04/30/13

    Forget the battery, look how much the blades are (that are not included). I have one of these and they are pretty handy, but buy with battery and blades

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    Petejc Ben's cred: 110
    Posted 6:32 am PDT 04/30/13

    + charger

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    virgilperkins Ben's cred: 10
    Posted 7:31 am PDT 04/30/13

    Yer cheap Chinese dreck.

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    h5678 Ben's cred: 64
    Posted 8:42 am PDT 04/30/13

    Yes, but....
    Okay, HFT sells a decent battery multitool kit for daily varying prices usually $30-$40. And eBay has some blade sellers which sell every variety of blade assortments at fair prices. BUT, where this Sears unit starts to develop some interest is if you need the whole bundle which they advertise for $98 toward the bottom of the page. That includes a router base, dovetail jig, etc. That's a much nicer deal - if you need all that!

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    kendunn Ben's cred: 98
    Posted 8:50 am PDT 04/30/13

    Dovetail jig? Router Base? This thing is an oscillating tool, not a Dremel.

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    h5678 Ben's cred: 64
    Posted 9:43 am PDT 04/30/13

    I didn't select their bundle - nor, myself, need it. But if anyone is in the market for all that and exactly that it isn't a bad deal.

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