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DEWALT XR 29-Piece Brushless 3-Amp Variable Speed Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit with Soft Case

32 Reviews
  • Powerful 3.0 Amp motor provides strong performance for cutting and sanding
  • Quick-Change™ Accessory system allows blades and attachments to be changed quickly without wrenches
  • Dual-grip™ variable speed trigger gives users ultimate speed and application control

$152.15

The DWE315K oscillating multi-tool kit has a powerful 3 Amp motor with a dual-grip variable speed trigger to help you match speed to your application. This kit includes 29 popular cutting and sanding attachments to help complete a variety of projects. The quick-change accessory system allows you to change blades quickly and easily, and with the universal accessory Adaptor, it’s compatible with most oscillating tool accessories. The DEWALT oscillating tool guide system allows you to customize the depth or height for accurate repeatability and the bright LED light illuminates dark work spaces.
  • Powerful 3.0 Amp motor provides strong performance for cutting and sanding
  • Quick-Change™ Accessory system allows blades and attachments to be changed quickly without wrenches
  • Dual-grip™ variable speed trigger gives users ultimate speed and application control
  • Bright LED light illuminates dark work surfaces for accurate cutting
  • DEWALT oscillating tool guide system allows users to set the depth or height for accurate repeatability
  • 29-Piece DEWALT accessory kit with storage box includes popular cutting and sanding attachments
  • Universal accessory Adaptor for use with most oscillating tool accessory brands
  • Oscillating Tool Guide System allows you to set the depth or height for accuracy
  • Multi-brand accessory adapter allows for compatibility with a variety of brands’ accessories
Weight 7.25 lbs
Dimensions 17.25 × 5 × 9.75 in

Latest reviews

  1. wilpaul

    I bought a new tool today after my Bosch died in my hands on the job. (I’ll grieve more later) I did my research and found the DeWalt to be as good or superior in every category, except one; the BAG. My Bosch had a hard case, the Rockwell came with a hard case, but the DeWalt and the inferior Ridgid come with BAGS. It has to be so much cheaper to give the tool purchaser a bag, that the manufacturer risks the sale entirely rather than make a decent case for their own tool.
    So, as far as the tool goes, it’s a home run. As for the BAG, I wouldn’t bury a dead cat in it.

  2. Fred

    A good salesman in the tool section recommended this dewalt saw, cane with case and extras… works great and a real time saver… I love it..

  3. CaptainTitanic

    At first blush doesn’t look like it would cut much, but with a sharp blade and reasonable feed rates cuts great. Just remember to back off once in a while to clear the dust from the cut or you’ll soon you’ll be making just heat and smoke. More like a fine edge tool you’d use for detail work rather than a hatch you’d hack away with. It will cut through subfloors and door casings with ease. Good for squaring up those corners where the circular saw can’t reach. Light is a nice feature for those of us with older eyes. Buy extra blades just like you would for your Sawzall. Looking for my next excuse to use it.

  4. Larry

    When I saw this at I had to check into it, as I’m big on Dewalt tools to start with. Sure enough after checking it out, I had to have one. The quick release tool head & also adaptable for other manufactures blades & tools is great. The LED light just above the head has been handy when cutting holes for electric boxes, etc, when you are blocking your own light. The variable speed trigger helps greatly with control, when starting your cut in. I had the Rockwell Sonicrafter (gave to son), good tool, but the Dewalt beats it, hands down. I used a Fein once, another nice tool, but cost verses features, the Dewalt is still the winner. I’m not a professional carpenter, but I have done a lot of remodeling & new build in my life. Great addition to the handyman’s tool box.

  5. Eddie

    I am a contractor and use this tool daily. Purchased new in November 2016 and it lasted until November 2017 and quit. No problem purchased another one Jan 2018 it quit took it to and they sent it to Dewalt a month later calls and told me to come get a new one no charge so I did. Two weeks later it quit so I tossed it in my trailer and went to Harbor Freight and got one of theirs and it is working great. Very disappointed with Dewalt on this product and I have several $$$$ of Dewalt tools.

  6. Glenn

    Pros :Nice ergonomic design; LED light; price is ok with $20 off; long cord; opm is based on how you hold the trigger for better control; tolerable noise; comes in a big nylon bag
    Cons: blades are cheap – some are dented and some would not fully sit on the 8 pin slot; trigger based opm will easily ruin the blades during application.
    Verdict: For the price, I would have expected better quality blades. I do not mind paying extra money for quality. I’m a Dewalt guy, but I have to say I will end up returning this today and get the Bosch MX30.

  7. Mr-T

    I bought this thing for trim work, but I’ve found so many other uses for it. Great for cutting nearly anything in tight/small spaces. Lately I’ve been doing a lot of electrical updates which includes replacing old single gang boxes with 2 or 3-gang boxes. The old gang boxes are nailed into studs with two giant nails, which are very difficult to cut without tearing up the drywall (using a saws-all) or taking forever (using a mini hacksaw). This thing slices through giant nails in a couple of seconds with the included metal blade. It has a light which is nice too. Cuts nice square holes in drywall too.

    Includes a soft case, a few blades, and a neat jewel-box type storage case for blades and accessories. Consider wearing ear protection, it’s really loud.

  8. Kevin

    I bought this saw as a replacement for a 1.5 amp saw I’d had for 3 years after I burned the motor out. The DeWalt is heavier, larger, and has the variable trigger switch as opposed to the on/off “cruise control” switch – these things all made me skeptical initially. But after using it for a couple significant projects, including cutting an oak hardwood floor, those characteristics all turned out to be advantageous. The heavier, larger body transmits less vibration than my old lighter saw, and the trigger made starting the cuts easier by allowing a slow start and gradual increase in speed. The quick connect attachment feature is easy to use and secure. If you’re doing any more-demanding cutting, a 3 amp saw is the way to go.

  9. svar

    Great product for tight spaces but the quality of the accessories are cheap. Bi-metal saw blades wore out after one nail. Tried using the sanderand was working great until the plastic started to melt. Was able to complete my project buy for the price of the accessories expected more. The design and power of the tool is great though.

  10. George

    The blandes went worn out after cutting a couple of nails. I bought a Bosch replacement blade, which cuts nails like butter. HOWEVER, Busch blades doesnt fit Dewalt directly and you must use an adapter. The adapter uses alan screw and it gets loose afeter using it for a while and it is not as stable as the original blades.

    1- Extremly bad Dewalt blades
    2- Good Busch baldes dont fit well

    Hey Dewalt, you wasted my time which worth more than this tool. Why on earth these lousy blades are included with this tool, without even wanring the customers?

  11. Dick

    There should be CD with this as the manual that comes with the tool is short on information. The big round black blade is a guess what blade. (nothing says what to cut or not to cut with it).
    I really like the tool and is a life saver for using your ingenuity .
    The tool is excellent quality and very easy to use and at $150 it’s expensive. Unfortunately is not the cheapest that I found although in my opinion stands behind everything they sell and that to me is a winning factor.

  12. Tim

    I purchased 2 Dewalt oscillating saws in the past 5 months from and fortunately I purchased the extended warranty. The first saw lasted 4 months before it stopped oscillating. I took it back to and they refunded my money and I purchased a second Dewalt saw and another extended warranty from . 40 days after I bought it the same thing happened. It stopped oscillating. The saw turns on but does not oscillate. I did not buy another Dewalt. Very disappointed in Dewalt.

  13. Rick

    Love the tool, hate the cutting attachments. After being ‘very patient’ while using the cutting tools in a bathroom remodel, two are worn out and one left after one hour of work. Please upgrade the steel used for the attachments.

  14. wilpaul

    I bought a new tool today after my Bosch died in my hands on the job. (I’ll grieve more later) I did my research and found the DeWalt to be as good or superior in every category, except one; the BAG. My Bosch had a hard case, the Rockwell came with a hard case, but the DeWalt and the inferior Ridgid come with BAGS. It has to be so much cheaper to give the tool purchaser a bag, that the manufacturer risks the sale entirely rather than make a decent case for their own tool.
    So, as far as the tool goes, it’s a home run. As for the BAG, I wouldn’t bury a dead cat in it.

  15. Fred

    A good salesman in the tool section recommended this dewalt saw, cane with case and extras… works great and a real time saver… I love it..

  16. CaptainTitanic

    At first blush doesn’t look like it would cut much, but with a sharp blade and reasonable feed rates cuts great. Just remember to back off once in a while to clear the dust from the cut or you’ll soon you’ll be making just heat and smoke. More like a fine edge tool you’d use for detail work rather than a hatch you’d hack away with. It will cut through subfloors and door casings with ease. Good for squaring up those corners where the circular saw can’t reach. Light is a nice feature for those of us with older eyes. Buy extra blades just like you would for your Sawzall. Looking for my next excuse to use it.

  17. Larry

    When I saw this at I had to check into it, as I’m big on Dewalt tools to start with. Sure enough after checking it out, I had to have one. The quick release tool head & also adaptable for other manufactures blades & tools is great. The LED light just above the head has been handy when cutting holes for electric boxes, etc, when you are blocking your own light. The variable speed trigger helps greatly with control, when starting your cut in. I had the Rockwell Sonicrafter (gave to son), good tool, but the Dewalt beats it, hands down. I used a Fein once, another nice tool, but cost verses features, the Dewalt is still the winner. I’m not a professional carpenter, but I have done a lot of remodeling & new build in my life. Great addition to the handyman’s tool box.

  18. Eddie

    I am a contractor and use this tool daily. Purchased new in November 2016 and it lasted until November 2017 and quit. No problem purchased another one Jan 2018 it quit took it to and they sent it to Dewalt a month later calls and told me to come get a new one no charge so I did. Two weeks later it quit so I tossed it in my trailer and went to Harbor Freight and got one of theirs and it is working great. Very disappointed with Dewalt on this product and I have several $$$$ of Dewalt tools.

  19. Glenn

    Pros :Nice ergonomic design; LED light; price is ok with $20 off; long cord; opm is based on how you hold the trigger for better control; tolerable noise; comes in a big nylon bag
    Cons: blades are cheap – some are dented and some would not fully sit on the 8 pin slot; trigger based opm will easily ruin the blades during application.
    Verdict: For the price, I would have expected better quality blades. I do not mind paying extra money for quality. I’m a Dewalt guy, but I have to say I will end up returning this today and get the Bosch MX30.

  20. Mr-T

    I bought this thing for trim work, but I’ve found so many other uses for it. Great for cutting nearly anything in tight/small spaces. Lately I’ve been doing a lot of electrical updates which includes replacing old single gang boxes with 2 or 3-gang boxes. The old gang boxes are nailed into studs with two giant nails, which are very difficult to cut without tearing up the drywall (using a saws-all) or taking forever (using a mini hacksaw). This thing slices through giant nails in a couple of seconds with the included metal blade. It has a light which is nice too. Cuts nice square holes in drywall too.

    Includes a soft case, a few blades, and a neat jewel-box type storage case for blades and accessories. Consider wearing ear protection, it’s really loud.

  21. Kevin

    I bought this saw as a replacement for a 1.5 amp saw I’d had for 3 years after I burned the motor out. The DeWalt is heavier, larger, and has the variable trigger switch as opposed to the on/off “cruise control” switch – these things all made me skeptical initially. But after using it for a couple significant projects, including cutting an oak hardwood floor, those characteristics all turned out to be advantageous. The heavier, larger body transmits less vibration than my old lighter saw, and the trigger made starting the cuts easier by allowing a slow start and gradual increase in speed. The quick connect attachment feature is easy to use and secure. If you’re doing any more-demanding cutting, a 3 amp saw is the way to go.

  22. svar

    Great product for tight spaces but the quality of the accessories are cheap. Bi-metal saw blades wore out after one nail. Tried using the sanderand was working great until the plastic started to melt. Was able to complete my project buy for the price of the accessories expected more. The design and power of the tool is great though.

  23. George

    The blandes went worn out after cutting a couple of nails. I bought a Bosch replacement blade, which cuts nails like butter. HOWEVER, Busch blades doesnt fit Dewalt directly and you must use an adapter. The adapter uses alan screw and it gets loose afeter using it for a while and it is not as stable as the original blades.

    1- Extremly bad Dewalt blades
    2- Good Busch baldes dont fit well

    Hey Dewalt, you wasted my time which worth more than this tool. Why on earth these lousy blades are included with this tool, without even wanring the customers?

  24. Dick

    There should be CD with this as the manual that comes with the tool is short on information. The big round black blade is a guess what blade. (nothing says what to cut or not to cut with it).
    I really like the tool and is a life saver for using your ingenuity .
    The tool is excellent quality and very easy to use and at $150 it’s expensive. Unfortunately is not the cheapest that I found although in my opinion stands behind everything they sell and that to me is a winning factor.

  25. Tim

    I purchased 2 Dewalt oscillating saws in the past 5 months from and fortunately I purchased the extended warranty. The first saw lasted 4 months before it stopped oscillating. I took it back to and they refunded my money and I purchased a second Dewalt saw and another extended warranty from . 40 days after I bought it the same thing happened. It stopped oscillating. The saw turns on but does not oscillate. I did not buy another Dewalt. Very disappointed in Dewalt.

  26. Rick

    Love the tool, hate the cutting attachments. After being ‘very patient’ while using the cutting tools in a bathroom remodel, two are worn out and one left after one hour of work. Please upgrade the steel used for the attachments.

  27. FixItChippmunkk

    The question may be…what CAN’T you use this for? I purchased this multi-tool as a substitute for a door jam cutter as those seem to be so obsolete that nobody but eBay is carrying them! My carpenter friend liked it so much he wanted to take it home!

    This chewed through old carpets and vinyl flooring with ease, made quick work of door jams (even the ones with the old square nails holding them in place), demolished a window-frame to get the AC unit in, assisted in some pipe cutting and so much more!

    If you own a home, work as a contractor or just need to cut through something, this can do it!

  28. Nicklename

    I have a Rockwell, 2.5A and a Ridgid, 3A. I like both very much. I had talked to a guy at the DeWalt authorized service center here and he said good things about this. (They are not allowed to sell DeWalt products, at least the power tools, at their place.) This was a Black Friday thing and I was spoken to in a vision that I was born to have this. How could I turn down such a directive. I have used it once to sand some stuff. I like it very much. More than the Rockwell. It is more powerful. I haven’t decided where my loyalty lies between the yellow and the orange. The self clamping thingie could be the tie breaker.

  29. John

    My main application is cutting through nails and screws to remove header plates against the ceiling. The wood & nail blade would not cut a nail or screw no matter what technique I tried. Had to buy carbide tip blades for metal. Those worked really well. But that’s not the fault of the driver itself. One thing is you have to be extremely careful in picking this tool up as the trigger area is very generous and it is easy to grab it and have it start up immediately when you are not expecting it. Has good speed control, power, and accessories.

  30. Majdotkool

    I’ve used the cheap ones that you can buy for less, but man what a difference the DeWalt Multi-tool is to the cheap ones. This is one seriously minded tool. Complete with the kit which includes a carrying bag and a case for the attachments it is worth the extra money. The DeWalt has a great balance and feel to it. It also has a variable speed trigger,a light, a depth gauge and a quick release system for attaching the blades. If you want you can still attach the blades with the allen wrench and the adapter which is also included. I like it so much I bought 2 more for Christmas presents. Shhhh. . .don’t tell anybody. I’m positive you would be happy to get one of these bad boys too.

  31. AO

    it’s underpowered as compared to the Rockwell brand I’m accustomed to. It has died on me so I sent it for getting replaced by Dewalt. I got it back and the 3rd time I go to use it. The tool dies during use again. By the way I do have to say Dewalts customer service was awesome. They were very easy to work with (5 stars for customer service) but we are talking about the actual tool. In which case it is definitely not built for pros in mind just a casual diyer. It’s not built to last. It looks brand new still but no longer works…

  32. Ojissanoldwiseone

    I was trying to cut a nail on an existing outlet box in the wall with my battery operated tool and after five minutes the tool died and the box was still in the wall. Went to and got the Dewalt tool. To my surprise it is variable speed- which is really nice- also has a light- nice- the extra paid for the quick change with no tool is well worth it. Oh the nail was cut in mere seconds and the box was then able to be replaced… As I always say.. Every project deserves a new tool. :0)
    Carl

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