Porter-Cable PCC710 20V Cordless Oscillating Tool

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The Porter-Cable PCC710 20V cordless oscillating tool lets you do almost anything. That includes plunge-cutting into wood to carve out boxes, detail sanding into corners, or even riding away small patches of tile grout or thinset. The real question is whether or not this cordless oscillating multi-tool presents a good value for either (or both) the DIY and professional user.

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Porter-Cable PCC710 20V Oscillating Tool Features

The Porter-Cable PCC710 cordless oscillating tool includes a handy 11-piece accessory set. You get a wide, 2-finger tool-free accessory changing clamp. That lets you shift from blade to sanding pad in an instant. A variable speed dial helps you control the vibrations when jumping between a task that requires more finesse vs one that takes as much power as you can give it.

Porter-Cable gives you a front-mounted LED work light which helps when working on closets and corners. We also like the overmolded grip that—combined with the slide switch—lets you grasp the tool in a variety of positions.

Porter-Cable PCC710 20V Cordless Oscillating Tool

Porter-Cable 20V Oscillating Tool Additional Features

  • Variable speed dial
  • 8,000 – 18,000 OPM
  • Easy tool-free blade changes
  • Includes an 11-piece accessory set
  • 2.59 pounds with 1.5 Ah battery

Pricing and Final Thoughts

Priced at just $79.99, we find it hard to pass up this tool. About the only downfall of the Porter-Cable PCC710 has to do with the rather limited tool line itself. Porter-Cable makes some excellent core tools, but you don’t get the breadth of products available from some other brands. Still, it presents an excellent value, and our experience with these tools so far, makes them on par with the likes of Craftsman and Ryobi.

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