Bosch MX25EC-21 Review
Bosch MX25EC-21 Review
|A 2.5 amp motor for heavier tasks|
|Variable-speed dial to perform according to resistance|
|Constant Response integrated circuits to maintain speed regardless of load|
|Soft grip that is small enough to control without sacrificing comfort|
|Streamlined shape for working in confined areas|
|Ball-joint cord swivel that keeps cord straight|
|Durable construction and gear housing|
- One Japanese tooth wood saw blade
- One saw blade for both wood and metal
- One grout blade
- One sanding pad
- 15 wood and paint-sanding sheets
- One accessory adapter
- One Allen wrench
- One accessory box
- One carrying bag
- One accessory mounting screw and washer
What Buyers Are Saying
On the whole, purchasers of the Bosch MX25EC-21 2.5-Amp Oscillating Tool Kit are very satisfied with the investment which—given its ergonomic benefits and its high power—is said to be quite reasonable. Many stated that Bosch would not ordinarily be their first choice in a power tool, but that this instrument changed their opinion. It receives high marks in various projects from carpentry to brick masonry to plumbing. Reviewers also like the flexibility of the power cord, giving the feel of cordless freedom without the long wait for batteries to charge. Also praised by users is the tool’s easy fit in tight quarters.
A quick online survey reveals that nearly every Bosch MX25EC-21 review credits this tool kit for its power. With 120 volts backing the 25-amp motor, it achieves up to 20,000 oscillations per minute (OPM). Its unique Constant Response circuitry preserves high speeds under heavy loads. Packing a punch like this makes the Bosch ideal for more resistant materials like metal, masonry and hardwoods. Its manageable size and comfortable grip allow for easier maneuverability in difficult spaces. Furthermore, the variable speed dial makes delicate cuts neater and cleaner. The shorter circumference of its soft grip reduces stress when handling thereby allowing users to work longer without needing a break. Similarly, the rotating ball-joint cord swivel keeps the power cord from kinking up or getting in the way. Compared to its competitors, the Bosch MX25EC-21 generates less vibration during use. Always a plus, its accessory adapter is compatible with attachments from multiple competitors.
Although Bosch advertises this tool kit to be quieter and have less reverberation, a few comments say otherwise. One wished the speed dial was more accessible to the thumb. Of course, some first-time purchasers may have no oscillating tool kit experience against which to measure the MX25EC-21.
You have to look long and hard to find a bad Bosch MX25EC-21 review. So many users are pleasantly surprised by its capacity to cut difficult holes in hard-to-get places. Bathroom re-modeling is made easier when door casings are trimmed to make way for replacement tile. Electrical work is hastened by the tool’s superior ability to cut through metal and drywall and plaster. The challenges of sanding, smoothing, grinding and grout removal are likewise mitigated by this powerful and versatile tool kit. While the discontented can always be found after searching far and wide, the few who criticisms discovered were muted and balanced by acknowledgement of this appliance’s excellent performance. From a scale of 0.0 to 5.0, the Bosch MX25EC-21 merits a perfect score of 5.0.