The Dremel 8300 variable-speed cordless Multi-Max oscillating tool offers the power and freedom to take your Multi-Max anywhere. With fast side-to-side motion, the Multi-Max can take on a variety of projects that involve repair, remodeling, or restoration.
If you've ever seen a Fein MultiMaster in action you'll know how good this kind of tool is for flush and plunge cuts on skirtings, door frames, floorboards and other places your reciprocating would be too clumsy or the chisel would just make a mess.
• Repair. Remodel. Restore. Unplugged.
• Optimal Control. Safe Operation. High Precision. Minimal Dust.
• For cutting, grinding, sanding, scraping and grout removal.
• Battery fuel gauge lets you know when it's time to recharge.
Compact design for tight spots
Soft start for smooth operation
Electric brake for safety
Quick adjusmtment slider speed control
Separate power switch maintains speed setting
Quick fit system for fast tool change and adjustment
LED battery fuel gauge
Oscillation angle 3 degrees
Variable speed 3,000 - 21,000 oscillations per minute
Li-Ion battery 10.8V 14Wh 1.3Ah
Size 255l x 53w x 90h mm without blade attached
Weight with battery 840g
CONTENTS OF KIT
Dremel Multi-Max 8300-01 cordless oscillating tool
Two 10.8V Lithium-ion batteries
One hour fast charger
Allen key blade tool
20mm wide wood flush cut blade MM440
75mm round wood and drywall blade MM450
Hook and loop backing pad M11
P60 grit wood sanding pad MM70W
P120 grit wood sanding pad MM70W
P240 grit wood sanding pad MM70W
Plastic storage case
TWO YEAR WARRANTY
Product code F0138300NZ
NOTE - This tool is EXACTLY the same as '12V Max'.
10.8V and 12V Max are the same thing. When these tools all started coming out a few years ago, brands marketed their tools as "10.8V". Then a few brands started marketing their tools as "12V" to gain a marketing advantage. After that, everyone started advertising their tools as "12V". Now, it looks like they all settled in an agreement with each other and are marketing their tools as "12V Max".
Essentially 12V Max means 10.8V nominal, so you can assure your customers that theyre getting the same thing whether the box says 12V Max or 10.8V.