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Old 03-03-2011, 12:57 PM   #1
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Has anyone bought this adapter?

http://www.joaliff.com/index.php?rou...tegory&path=35

I have no problem purchasing new fien blades but a lot of the times i pick up a weekend project, go to the store to get materials and realize i need a new blade. It'd be nice to pick up a bosch blade as needed.

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I would first look at the adapter that Bosch designed that would enable all Bosch blades to be used on a wide range of other brand oscillating tools.
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GM,
Try the Imperial blades. They fit just about everything, including the fein. They are less money, better steel, and made in the USA. I bought some recently and they do work well.
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The Bosch adapter is free on their website....
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I'm not seeing where to purchase the adapter for the fein. Well the free one anyways. I see the one for 4.99 which i am willing to pay but free would always be better.
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GM,
Try the Imperial blades. They fit just about everything, including the fein. They are less money, better steel, and made in the USA. I bought some recently and they do work well.
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Ooo. I'm gonna try these. Thanks.

I do go out of the way to buy Made in USA. I HATE how much extra work it takes sometimes to find things Made in the USA
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Sorry, I meant Dremel has the free one. Fein is one of the tools listed....
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Can you provide me the link? Wouldn't hurt to have a couple adaptors on hand.
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Dremel.com, select United States for your country of preference, the offer is on the home page that opens.
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Dremel.com, select United States for your country of preference, the offer is on the home page that opens.
Thanks, that's where i must have missed it. Good way to increase sales on Dremels behalf.
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The Bosch adapter is free on their website....
I don't see it being for free on their site
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I don't see it being for free on their site
It's on the dremel website. He corrected himself.
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It's on the dremel website. He corrected himself.
Yeah I found it after I read down a bit further… Thanks…
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Why about the obsession with being free or cheaper?

The Fein has the quality and has many, many years of proven quality and performance, but only recently made it available in the U.S. This has spawned the late/new and cheaper cost copies of the tool and the parts that low dollar users get attracted to.

A Dremel is definitely not a Fein.

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Old 03-12-2011, 01:35 AM   #15
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Free adapter information:
Here: http://www.garagejournal.com/forum/s...ad.php?t=81381
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Here: http://toolguyd.com/2011/03/free-bos...apter-round-2/

BTW, this is for the Bosch to other adapter.


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