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Craftsman Nextec 12V Multi-Tool with Quick Release

Item# 00930566000P | Model# 30566 | Added on September 28, 2011 |
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Craftsman Nextec 12V Multi-Tool with Quick Release
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Take on Any Job with Confidence With the Craftsman Nextec 12V multi-tool, you can make precise cuts, sand and smooth surfaces to perfection. This tool is a great addition to your toolbox and for all of your woodworking, drywall construction or DIY projects. This portable tool can be taken around easily at home or on the job site. The quick-release system lets you change out accessories in a flash by lifting up the lever, no hex key necessary.

  • Includes charger and 15 accessory attachments
  • Ergonomically designed soft-grip handle for comfort and stability
  • Variable speed of 7,500-15,000 rpm lets you finish different types of jobs quickly and effortlessly
  • Comes equipped with an LED light so you can illuminate your work space
  • Features a 12V battery
  • QuickBoost lets you charge 25% in 3 minutes and full charge in 30 minutes
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By timothygraham
October 21st, 2018
Craftsman Nextec 12V

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By syeb
September 4th, 2013
Poor attachment design makes it worthless

I have virtually every tool in the Nextec line and have only good things to say about all of them except this one. Everything seems to be working great - the power is adequate, the variable speed setting works well. However when putting even a small amount of pressure on any attachment, the attachment loses the connection to the motor - so the motor keeps going and oscillates while the attachment remains stuck. On some attachments the pressure holding the attachment to the machine is not strong enough and the attachment itself swings freely. I replicated this problem with THREE different units and ALL had this problem. So essentially the only way to use this is to just barely touch the blade to the workpiece and hold it there until you get old since nothing will happen. I will be going back to my 1st generation Nextec multitool without the quick release feature, but since that one had problems with attachments loosening and the only way to prevent it was tightening the attachment bolt so much that it stripped, I will need to buy another brand name now. So this is the only tool in the Nextec line which is not good for basic tasks.

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handy light weight tool


Versatile and easy to use. Not for commercial use but grate fit for the do it yourself-er. was perfect for cutting out drywall for patching

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