Bosch PMF 250 CES Multifunction Tool: The all-rounder?

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Bosch PMF 250 CES Multifunction Tool: The all-rounder?: Bosch

The new Bosch multifunction tool at lets-rebuild.com in the test. Cutting, grinding, sawing and scraping in one - does it really work? Bosch seems to have found the Philosopher's Stone. The abbreviation Bosch PMF 250 CES stands for the latest generation of oscillation equipment. What that is exactly, we explain below.

One thing is for sure: The delivery includes a round bimetal saw for wood and metal, a jig saw, a delta sanding pad with sanding sheets and a sharp universal scraper. Bosch obviously means it seriously - we look forward to the result.

The Bosch test: four functions, four test sections

To view the individual courses of the Bosch test, please click on the corresponding pictures. We tested the multifunction tool in the following four categories:

Bosch PMF 250 CES Multifunction Tool: The all-rounder?: multifunction

Cockroaches: remove plaster

Bosch PMF 250 CES Multifunction Tool: The all-rounder?: Bosch

grinding wood

Bosch PMF 250 CES Multifunction Tool: The all-rounder?: multifunction

Separate metal

Bosch PMF 250 CES Multifunction Tool: The all-rounder?: all-rounder

Sawing with the dipping saw

Multifunction tools: Productive shaking

A multifunctional tool has been around since 1967: The Fein Multimaster was a world first in the late 1960s and protected by numerous patents. Only its expiry after 40 years, 2007, made the plural "multi-function tools" on the world market possible: Numerous manufacturers since then offer in addition to the traditional manufacturer Fein from Schwäbisch-Gmünd so-called oscillating multifunction tools.

The Oscillation is the secret of multifunctionality: Fast reciprocating movements replace the radial (cut-off) and linear (jigsaw) working directions of conventional power tools. Thus, it is possible to grind, cut, saw and scrap with one and the same device at the same time.

For the experienced handyman, the idea of ​​a tool that trembles from his hand is at first an abomination, after all you can not be worried: The internal damping of the devices works well with high-quality devices and does not affect the firm grip of the creative hand in any way.

In the following drawing is the way of working briefly illustrates: The cutting disc (left) works with a rotary movement, the jigsaw works linearly, the oscillating tool (right) works "in all directions": In practice, the electric motor "eggs" around its central axis.

Bosch PMF 250 CES Multifunction Tool: The all-rounder?: multifunction

included supply

The Bosch PMF 250 CES comes with rich accessories. To the ex works supplied essays belong (see numbers in the picture):

(1) Delta sanding pad with sanding sheets

(2) dip saw

(3) Semicircular bimetal saw

(4) Sharpened scraper

(5) Convertible side handle for more stability when working

Bosch PMF 250 CES Multifunction Tool: The all-rounder?: multifunction

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