Changing attachments or altering their angle couldn't be easier. Instead of loosening a hex bolt, just squeeze a spring lever to open the toothed jaws, then let go to get a bite on the blade. A slender body masks real brawn: This beast was one of two tools able to plunge-cut a notch in ¾
-inch oak flooring. The tool is encased in plenty of rubber to protect your mitts and your workpiece. We also like that the LED blinks to signal a spent battery.
About $100; 2 pounds; Porter-CableFine print:
7,500–15,000 oscillations per minute (opm),
two 1.3-amp-hour lithium-ion batteries,