I found it on Amazon you can just put in Dewalt 20 volt max or XR Random Orbital Sander and see if it comes up I do know it is a wee bit cheaper than I paid for it now. I comes through Amazon world service's or something similar to this but be aware the warranty isn't really valid over here but for DIY your not going to hammer it to death. Go on YouTube to watch video on the best standing discs to use I bought the ones that were best you get them here £21 for 50 or 100 and they last for ever you will get the name on there I can't remember it, all I know is they are like a wire mesh type of thing and have an unusual company name.
If you go to Amazon UK you will get on there now for £73+P+P and import charges it will work out less than I paid and I just paid £104 all in for the 3 speed Dewalt multi tool which is selling on Screwfix right now for £189 for the 18v XR okay it's the 20 volt XR but they still work on 18 volt batteries and if you're not sure buy compatible 20volt and a 20 volt charger with a UK plug or buy US Dewalt 20 volt and a Dewalt 20 volt US Charger and buy a transformer but I would go the compatible or just use your Dewalt 18 volt XR you have.
Do you have a link to the US multi tool?
I bought the US version and it works perfectly with 18volt XR batteries and I just bought the 20 volt max XR Multi Tool with 3 speed control for £104 all in will be delivered on the 6th of June next up is the Flexvolt reciprocating saw for just over £110 you save a good 3rd of the price to me it's worth it as I am a DIY user not a tradesmen and using these every day and really need the warranty, now if it was the Table saw that will be UK version as it is way to expensive not to have a warranty. But for a DIYer it seems a good deal if you buy from the States but add the total cost up it may just a couple of quid of a difference and just as cheap and hence more economical to by the 18volt XR version.
I think you're exactly right about the votes, anyway I ordered it. Good to hear your experience.