Dremel introduces a new oscillating tool, the Multi-Max MM50, that allows users to handle more tedious, time-consuming tasks with ease. One major upgrade is the low-vibration operation, which offers users more comfort and cleaner results when cutting, according to the company.
"Gone are the days of scraped knuckles while trying to reach tight corners," product manager Mark Vignocchi said in a statement. "The MM50's unique, angled design offers more space for your hands, which helps you have more control while using the tool. Plus, at just three pounds, the tool's comfortable grip, ergonomic design and low vibration are ideal for longer work sessions."
The Dremel Multi-Max MM50 sells for $129.
For more, visit www.dremel.com.