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I had to replace my old old green Bosch multicutter today at short notice and opted for the above largely due to the fact I have a fair amount of 18V batteries.
This machine is an absolute beast in comparison to my old one. It must cut through stuff at least three times faster than the previous one. The starlock plus blade system is so quick and easy too. When the blade became blunt it continued cutting through at a fair old pace which surprised me.

The only down downside is the cost of the blades (£5 each for Fein ones), but I'm hoping that alternatively branded blades will be readily available soon.

Now that my multicutter is cordless I think I will be using it a lot more for chopping out backboxes and chases, not to mention cutting bigger trunking etc etc.

So,in summary: if you have an old old 230V multicutter like I did then get it upgraded - you wont regret it!!
 
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