Model No. MTOS4

Multievo™ Multi-tool Oscillating Attachment


Features + Benefits

  • Ideal for a multitude of finishing tasks, including cutting, sanding, removal and scraping
  • Sanding platen includes integrated dust extraction, for a cleaner working environment
  • Tooled accessory adapter provides additional versatility to fit Bosch, Einhell & Worx accessories in a tooled manner
  • Patented Superlok™ tool free accessory change which is easier than the competition and provides faster job completion. No allen key required!
Black and Decker - Multievo Multitool Oscillating Attachment - MTOS4

Product Specs

Product Type Multievo™ Attachment
Attachment Type Oscillating tool
Weight 0.4 kg
Drilling speed 0-16,300 rpm
Sanding speed 0-16,300* (*with a 14.4V unit) rpm
Tool free blade clamp No
  • Ideal for Cutting wood, metal, plasterboard, laminate flooring, plastics & fiberglass
  • Ideal for sanding woods, laminate flooring, stone, breezeblocks, plasterboard and for polishing & rust removal
  • Ideal for scraping linoleum flooring tile adhesive, ceramic tile adhesive, removal of linoleum, carpet tiles & sealant removal
  • Sanding platen
  • Rigid scraper blade
  • Bosch accessory adapter
  • Grouting blade
  • 6 Sanding sheets
  • Flush cutting blade
  • Plunge cutting blade (1-1/2" x 1-3/8" wood & metal)

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Scores 9.2 out of 10 based on 6 reviews
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Barnstaple GB A practical fool!
For use with the multievo system. A good attachment to add to the other multievo attachments.
Doesn't come with many bits and trying to find ones that do fit can be a bit hit and miss.
Confirmed purchase: 09 December 2015
Published on: 18 February 2016
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durham GB
Gets into places you would never reach with for-instance a jig saw. It is so quick at changing tools its mint.
Very slow going cutting across the grain on old wood floor boards about 35mm thick if the blade was more coarse I think it would help?
Confirmed purchase: 05 January 2015
Published on: 28 January 2015