Cordless multi tool offers portability and versatility

Milwaukee, January 5, 2010—Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. continues to expand its M12 LITHIUM-ION system with the introduction of the cordless multi-tool. The oscillating tool delivers portability, versatility and compatibility. Ideal for electricians and maintenance repair technicians, the M12 multi-tool comes complete with a universal accessory adaptor to allow the tool to work with all major competitive accessories on the market.

“The M12 cordless multi-tool can tackle applications once performed by hand and/or larger tools, and can get into corners and other hard to reach areas quickly and easily,” said Mark Senske, senior product manager, M12 Cordless Tools for Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. “With a variable speed of 5,000 to 20,000 OPM and 12 speed settings, users can match the speed to the application to complete tasks such as flush or plunge cuts, removing grout, grinding thinset, sanding or scraping.”

Among the first products powered by REDLITHIUM battery technology, the new multi-tool delivers up to 25 percent more run-time than the competition with unmatched performance and durability for the professional tradesman.



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