Sonicrafter F50 4.0 Amp Oscillating Multi-Tool is rated out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Alberto 3 from Beast tool I have bought in years Been in construction business for 35 years and don't know how I made it without this tool.
Date published: 2017-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by Valmir from Great tools , great customer service, Great tools, Great customer services, I recommend all ways
Date published: 2017-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Schlitt from This is my second warranty replacement :( I am a professional carpenter and use this tool daily..I had a good experience with the first generation of these tools..The third one of the first generation I bought blew up within two months...After that had a good experience with a second generation. Replaced it after a year of service after I got tired of the hex key blade changer..the motor got loud...had to use vise grips to change blade..got a newer top of the line with the adjustable vibration switch on the side...durning operation the switch would vibrate down and get between gears and rag the gears out..got very loud! Also the quick release lever lost its pads that protected the springs the first use..one spring fell out..the tool stated running very loud and getting hot..you guys did me good and sent me a downgraded 50 model at my request..it after a few weeks began to get got loud and eventually threw sparks and blew up in my hand....You guys did me good again and sent me another one...I haven't used it yet bc I am using the loud and hot top of the line model with the missing spring till it totally dies bc I need to get thru the busy season and can't afford to be without one..I am keeping the new 50 for when this one goes out and I'm riding these out as long as I can to make some money and leave you guys alone...you should totally use me for field testing...we could make a beast! Anyway I give you 5 stars bc of your sticking with me and customer service...I am the 1% and if I get a tool that's not top of the crop...it will fail...I see it's hit or miss and sometimes I get a good one that's last but more than that I don't..I love the tool and it.had made my life and job so much better..that's why I trug along with you guys..I am tho seriously thinking of getting a German fien...another old school carpenter said he has had his for over 5 years...
Date published: 2017-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jeong muk im from The products are good and the customer service is I bought the rockwelltools ripper for the first time, but I had a problem with the product, and I appreciate it being done well. The product I sent back works very well and is very easy to work with. I want to give my customer service the best score. Thank you
Date published: 2017-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by silver48 from Replacement of a previous model which went bad. This model was a replacement of a 3.0 model which went bad. Have only used this new model once, but it performed well. Used it to sand portions of an exterior deck I was restaining, where I could not access with my belt sander. Have not had to use the cutting attachments yet, but with the power noticed, it should work out well. I do have to say that I was very impressed with the service I received when inquiring about having my previous model repaired/replaced. Very friendly, professional and, quick. I have not had this kind of service with other tool manufactures and Rockwell should be proud of the people working for them.
Date published: 2017-08-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cavio from Does the job Rockwell replaced a unit that broke . They stood by their product and displayed out standing customer service. The tool works as specified but if it's like the last one , it gets louder and vibrates more as it is used. Note I only used the last unit 10 times to trim a wooden door frame when installing tile. I used it to cut some dowel plugs flush in the shop.
Date published: 2017-08-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by Consolidated from This is my 8th sonicrafter... I buy one a year for the last eight years....Now they don't last but a few months...I have lost faith in this tool...I am moving on to a fien I guess..
Date published: 2017-08-20