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I was looking at Feins site today and noticed The Multimaster 700 (what used to be called the SuperCut) has two connection system options. Most people have probably heard of Starlock Max but has anyone heard of QuickIN? The model using the QuickIN blade mounting system is described as "Our best oscillating cordless MultiMaster for the automotive sector incl. extensive accessories for removing windshields and working on car bodies." Is QuickIN something that is a new feature? Why come up with Starlock just to have a different system shortly after? or maybe QuickIN was a feature before Starlock? Maybe there is a special feature QuickIN has that makes it better for Automotive applications? The only other difference I noticed between the Starlock Max model and the QuickIN model was the oscillation angle. The QuickIN model had a smaller oscillation angle.

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6 hours ago, Jronman said:

I was looking at Feins site today and noticed The Multimaster 700 (what used to be called the SuperCut) has two connection system options. Most people have probably heard of Starlock Max but has anyone heard of QuickIN? The model using the QuickIN blade mounting system is described as "Our best oscillating cordless MultiMaster for the automotive sector incl. extensive accessories for removing windshields and working on car bodies." Is QuickIN something that is a new feature? Why come up with Starlock just to have a different system shortly after? or maybe QuickIN was a feature before Starlock? Maybe there is a special feature QuickIN has that makes it better for Automotive applications? The only other difference I noticed between the Starlock Max model and the QuickIN model was the oscillation angle. The QuickIN model had a smaller oscillation angle.

 

You mean this? I think the blades for removing glasses for cars are only designed like these ones and you can not find them as Starlock or Starlock Plus/Max, but I do not know the reason. As much as I remember these type of blades were available in the past as well, so they are not something new. 

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16 hours ago, Altan said:

 

You mean this? I think the blades for removing glasses for cars are only designed like these ones and you can not find them as Starlock or Starlock Plus/Max, but I do not know the reason. As much as I remember these type of blades were available in the past as well, so they are not something new. 

Yup that is the one

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6 hours ago, Eric - TIA said:

Interesting.  I wonder why you really have to have 2 systems.

 

To make you buy more maybe?! looool 

The interesting thing is Fein claims that longer(70mm/90mm long) blades must be Starlock Max and 50mm long blades can be Starlock Plus only, but Bosch has made 60mm long Starlock Plus blade, I will find the photos later and post here.

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5 hours ago, Jronman said:

Yup that is the one

 

This tool is also advertised as kit together with their newly announced adhesive gun, both dedicated for adhesive around the glass, one to remove it and the other one to put a fresh one back.

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