HiKOKI Power Tools launches the new CV18DA Multitool

HiKOKI Power Tools launches the new CV18DA Multitool

HiKOKI has launched the CV18DA Multitool, which it says is a great addition to any toolkit, thanks to its precision and performance. The CV18DA Multitool, which features a new tool-less blade change feature, marries brushless motor technology with a design that’s nimble and robust.

The HiKOKI CV18DA Multitool accepts Starlock and OIS blades with a quick and easy tool-free blade exchange system. This swift swap capability allows the user to transition between accessories with ease. This Multitool’s lightweight build and ergonomic grip mean tradespeople can navigate the tightest corners or stubborn jobs without sacrificing comfort or control. It is the perfect tool for busy tradespeople, ensuring no time is wasted.

This next-generation Multitool features HiKOKI’s UVP anti-vibration technology for superior control, ensuring smooth operation while keeping vibrations to a minimum. Its compact control and ergonomic design make it ideal for hard-to-reach areas, ensuring that the most intricate tasks in confined spaces can be easily tackled with precision.

The Multitool’s low-vibration body also makes it comfortable to use, especially during extended run times, as it reduces fatigue and enhances control and accuracy. Adding to its user-friendly design is an integrated LED light, which improves visibility in poorly lit areas, a common scenario for many tradespeople.

Operating at an oscillation angle of 3.6° and offering a no-load speed range of 6,000 to 20,000/min, the HiKOKI CV18DA Multitool is adept at everything from cutting and scraping to sanding. With an overall length of 327mm and a weight of just 1.2kg (excluding the battery), this is a lightweight companion on construction sites. 

All this is backed up with three-year and five-year, heavy-duty warranties, subject to product registration and terms and conditions.

To read more on HiKOKI, click here.

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