Dremel MULTI-MAX (Product Review)



This video is a product review on the Dremel Multi-Max MM20-01. I picked this up about a month ago at Lowes for under $100. It is a kit that includes the oscillating tool, a hard storage case and 8 accessories. With a 2.3 Amp motor and max output of 21,000 oscillations per minute this tool can tackle the toughest jobs. Dremel also makes a lot of different accessories that give this tool different functions. Overall this tool is well worth the money and is a must have.


Hung Pham says:

Great review, Thanks

makesyouthink says:

looks like fun, I’m gna get one

Steve says:

Nice! Never understood when you would used the different speeds. Any guidelines? Also, what model (MM20/30/40/45) would you recommend? Thanks.

dat2ra says:

Steve, you use various speeds depending on the material you are working on. For instance, if you use high speed on a plasticized filler, plastic, or alkyd paint, it will melt and clog your paper. However, slowing it down with sand just fine.

mg23 says:

i just find this thing strangely satisfying..

XA Vayas says:

I am tempted to buy this tool for DIY wooden projects, but I am discouraged by negative reviews of it, and word-of-mouth saying that Dremel blades for this tool are fragile wear quickly, and they are very expensive. I would use it to cut mainly wood and plastic. Should I stick with my current rotary tool (Dremel 3000) or could I buy this one,too?

avlisk says:

I’m looking for one of these tools that goes to 11. Any help?

makesyouthink says:

looks like fun, I’m gna get one

Alex Oelkers says:

HA! I have the MM40 with a 3.8 Amp, quick tool less change lock, and comes with more accessories than yours!

RedDotTactical556 says:

thanks buddy! glad it helped

Sara B says:

Could you use the flex scraper to remove many layers of paint and texture from a solid wood wall? I have a room that I am trying to strip. It is made of 8 x 2 planks that someone painted and actually textured…Huh? I want to remove all the layers with texture and then re-paint with no texture. Thanks for any help you can give me.

Two Beers says:

This is the one most useless tool that I have ever purchased. I bought this to make cut outs in wood door frames for electric door strike used with access control systems.   It worked great for the first 5 minutes then after that the screw that holds the cutting saw would constantly come loose.And for cutting steel door frames, forget about it, the metal cutting blades last for about 1/4″. Dremel sent me another screw/bolt, it did not work any better. I ended up buying a 18v Ryobi Job Plus tool & it works 100% all the time. The Dremel Multi Max is still resting in its’ box collecting dust.

BHTX70 says:

Great review! Thanks.

RideTheLightning says:

i don’t like the idea where you have to use an allen wrench to unscrew the screw to replace the bit.

guerre1859 says:

Good video NJPrepper–clear, to the point, no fluff. Thanks, I think I will get one of these, maybe the 3 amp model, to help me finish my hardwood oak floor.

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