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Rockwell RK5139K Sonicrafter Hyperlock with Universal Fit Oscillating Tool Kit


List Price: CDN$ 159.99
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  • Powerful 2.5-Amp motor with variable speed control
  • Hyperlock tool-free blade changes with up to 1-ton of clamping force to prevent blade slippage
  • Universal fit system adapts to fit most other brands accessories
  • Use to cut, saw, scrape, sand, shape, polish, and remove grout
  • Tool weight is 3.6-Pound
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberRK5139K
Item Weight1.8 Kg
Product Dimensions40.9 x 14 x 16.3 cm
Item model numberRK5139K
Voltage120.00
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?No
Weight1.8 kilograms
Length40.9 centimeter
Width14 centimeter
Height16.3 centimeter
  
Additional Information
ASINB008N3RHHA
Best Sellers Rank #20,004 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 Kg
Date First AvailableNov. 6 2012
  
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Amazon.com: 42 reviews
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Great product Dec 21 2012
By Morgan G Migita - Published on Amazon.com
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I have a Fein tool and needed to get another because I have a large crew. I do remodels of kitchen and bathrooms and use the Fein tool on every job but needed another and did not want to pay the price for my crew to abuse so I bought the Rockwell and I hate to say it but I really like the Rockwell better. It accepts all blades and is super easy to change out and cost savings is huge as you know the prime cost of these tools are the various blades etc. Get it.. you won't regret it!
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Great tool Nov. 14 2012
By vacation reader - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this to replace a Dremel multi-tool and I couldn't be more satisfied. This Sonicrafter puts the Dremel to shame. It is quieter, more powerful and cuts much quicker. I purchased the Hyperlock model to take advantage of generic cutter heads and it doesn't disappoint. For the price, I would rate it equal to the more expensive brands of this type of tool.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Rockwell RK5139K Sonicrafter June 15 2013
By Norm Girmus - Published on Amazon.com
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I love power tools and don't usually give my opinion until I have reached a conclusion. I thought I would have to use this one for a while until I made up my mind as to if it was good or bad. It only took me a few uses to know I had a winner! It is a well balanced tool. I thought it would vibrate alot but only minimal. Just the right size. Very comfortable fit in the hand. The blade changing was real easy and well made. Looks like it should last for a long time. I really like that I can vary the oscillations to what ever speed I want. Sometimes you just want to be careful at what you are doing and want to ease into your work and not go full bore like some tools you turn on and you don't have full control of their cutting abiliy. The usage of different blade manufacturers is a big plus as is the nice carrying case. You can't go wrong buying this tool even if you only use it every once in a while for those special projects that other tools won't do the job. It's a keeper!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great Tool Sept. 29 2013
By John M. Messinger - Published on Amazon.com
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What good is a really stupid mistake, UNLESS it allows you to buy a new tool like this one. I miss-measured the position for the placement of a bulkhead in a kayak I was constructing. I then used cab-o-sil thickened epoxy to glue the bulkhead into place with nice thick fillets. After I finished some other work on the boat, I climbed in and felt a sinking feeling as the bulkhead position made the cockpit too snug for me. I wanted to cry. I was able to use the boat, but it was not comfortable. I considered my options for removing the bulkhead. Cab-o-sil renders epoxy very tough, hard, and notoriously difficult to sand. Then I read up on oscillating tools and decided to get the Rockwell. It took me less than a half hour (28 minutes) to cut out the bulkhead. Even better: so little of the bulkhead was removed that now it slides into place at the proper position. I have some sanding to do, but I will use this tool to do that as well. The unit was only slightly warm after a half hour of use.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great tool for the price March 8 2013
By Joseph - Published on Amazon.com
Please note that this is my FIRST oscillating tool, so I have nothing to compare it to.

I went to the local Lowe's with the intention of purchasing the Dremel Multi-Max tool, however because they were out of stock I was able to get the Rockwell version for a little bit lower price ($89 + tax, $99 - 10% military discount).

I'm not in a profession that uses this tool and not wealthy enough to hire one so most of the work is done by me. That said, my review would be for someone with beginner to intermediate experience with an oscillating tool.

Overall,I find it a good tool for the money and hope this review helps.

PROS:
Plenty of power for cutting through 2x4's and drywall (which is all I have used it for so far), so i'm sure it won't have any problems with the remainder of my projects.
Good length power cord
It has a nice locking system, but me not reading the instructions first gave me some trouble. After you get it to the tightness you need, you actually have to flip the handle to be able to easily lock it in place.

Cons:

It only comes with a few blades, and the tile grout tool isn't one of them.
I have not tested it, but researching found that other brand accessories won't lock into place (not truly universal). Not sure if it does matter, but I won't be the one who tests it out. ([...])

Other Thoughts
Rockwell blades are $10 for an individual (lowes.com), but you'll save money by buying in bulk.