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DeWalt DCS355 18V XR Cordless Brushless Multi Cutter 1 x 4.0Ah £199.98 at Toolstation
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DeWalt DCS355 18V XR Cordless Brushless Multi Cutter 1 x 4.0Ah £199.98 at Toolstation

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Posted 26th Jan

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• Quick release, tool free blade change
• Power output 300W
• Oscillations speed: 0-20000
• Variable speed trigger
• Bright white LED light
Battery version 58321 Supplied with 1 x 4.0Ah battery, multi-voltage charger, 35 piece accessory set and TSTAK Kitbox.
Body Only version 87134 Supplied with 27 piece accessory set. No battery, charger or kitbox.
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Not a great deal to be honest. Bare tool is £100 with the accessories, battery around £45, charger £15 and £20 for the case.
Is this not cheaper without battery?
Edited by: "TheBiker" 26th Jan
Very good multi-tool. Have used it to sand wood and filler, and to cut a square hole in the back of a kitchen unit to allow appliance power access to the socket. My electrician also used it to cut a piece of timber to support a light fitting. If you’ve already got a dewalt battery and charger, the body only version is around £100, but no case of course. I use it with a 2Ah battery (for light DIY).
andyb8326/01/2020 11:03

No battery or charger with that.




If you have batteries you can buy cheaper WITHOUT A BATTERY. Does that make sense?

I have several batteries......
TheBiker26/01/2020 11:09

If you have batteries you can buy cheaper WITHOUT A BATTERY. Does that …If you have batteries you can buy cheaper WITHOUT A BATTERY. Does that make sense?I have several batteries......


Yeah, but the link you posted is very expensive! You can buy the tool bare for £100.
andyb8326/01/2020 11:11

Yeah, but the link you posted is very expensive! You can buy the tool bare …Yeah, but the link you posted is very expensive! You can buy the tool bare for £100.


no accessories SHOULD BE IN CAPITALS.
TheBiker26/01/2020 11:19

no accessories SHOULD BE IN CAPITALS.


Who wants a multitool with no accessories - It would be useless.
This is wayyyy expensive. Can be had alot cheaper
I want one with T-stak , no battery but with accessories, I would be happy to buy from my link in earlier post.
Edited by: "TheBiker" 26th Jan
TheBiker26/01/2020 11:36

I want one with T-stak , no battery but with accessories, I would be happy …I want one with T-stak , no battery but with accessories, I would be happy to buy from my link in earlier post.


If you're happy with that then great. But you would be paying way over the odds.
TheBiker26/01/2020 11:22

Who wants a multitool with no accessories - It would be useless.


They can be bought separately!
Thyme26/01/2020 11:03

Very good multi-tool. Have used it to sand wood and filler, and to cut a …Very good multi-tool. Have used it to sand wood and filler, and to cut a square hole in the back of a kitchen unit to allow appliance power access to the socket. My electrician also used it to cut a piece of timber to support a light fitting. If you’ve already got a dewalt battery and charger, the body only version is around £100, but no case of course. I use it with a 2Ah battery (for light DIY).


I recently saw an attachment which is a tooth edged box the sizes of single and double socket boxes which cut the holes the exact size with out having to nibble a bit at a time! Great tool got me out of many sticky situations!
TheBiker26/01/2020 11:36

I want one with T-stak , no battery but with accessories, I would be happy …I want one with T-stak , no battery but with accessories, I would be happy to buy from my link in earlier post.


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