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Rockwell SoniCrafter Features Many Attachments and Good Dust Control
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Rockwell SoniCrafter Oscillating Multi-Tool Rockwell's SoniCrafter Multi-tool comes in two speeds (single and variable) and with three kits depending on which attachments you need to start.

Rounding out this lineup is a relative newcomer to the handheld power tool scene: Rockwell. The company’s SoniCrafter multi-tool comes in two styles — a single-speed (20,000 opm) version and one with a variable-speed range of 11,000 to 20,000 opm.

The SoniCrafter weighs under 3 lbs., and it draws an impressive 2.3 amps, which rivals Fein’s MultiMaster for power delivery. This tool has a larger grip, but an overmold makes for secure handling.

Rockwell's multi-tool dust collection system Rockwell's SoniCrafter has a standard dust collection system to keep your piece clear.

Rockwell offers three SoniCrafter kits. The Deluxe Professional kit ($179.99 as of 2010), seems very well appointed for the price. You get the variable-speed tool, a 71-piece assortment of attachments, a dust extraction accessory and a duffel case. It’s the broadest assortment of attachments of any kit here.

A smaller 37-piece kit for $149 also buys you the variable-speed SoniCrafter and 37 attachments. Or, you can choose the single-speed tool and 20 attachments as a starter kit for around $119.

posted on April 1, 2010 by Chris Marshall
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2 thoughts on “Rockwell SoniCrafter Features Many Attachments and Good Dust Control”

  • mark Herbig

    I would like to know how to assemble the dust collector system to my Rockwell Sonicrafter and to the sanding disk. I would also like to know if a dust collection bag would be available to fit the long black dust tube I got with my Sonicrafter and kit with carrying case. I did not receive any booklet or instructions for the blades or the dust collection system which it seems I'm missing some parts.

  • Herbert Bullock

    Where can I find replacement heads RW9139 for worn out hook and loop pads?

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