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    $119.99 list($240.00)
    1. Dremel 400-6/90 Series XPR Kit
    $71.99 $71.44 list($145.06)
    2. Dremel 3956-02 Variable Speed
    $62.99 list($79.99)
    3. Dremel 8000-01 10.8 Volt Lithium-Ion
    $191.99 list($239.99)
    4. Dremel 1800 Scroll Station 18"
    $64.44 list($131.90)
    5. Dremel 3962-02 Variable-Speed
    $71.99 list($145.00)
    6. Dremel 400-3/51 Series XPR Kit
    $48.59 $48.58 list($134.30)
    7. Dremel 6000-01 Contour Sander
    $29.99 $19.88
    8. Dremel 761-01 Pet Nail Grooming
    $17.99 list($30.00)
    9. Dremel 697-05 Super Accessory
    $34.99 $32.65
    10. Dremel 750D Minimite Cordless
    $79.95 list($109.99)
    11. Dremel 3981-01 Digital Tool Kit
    $89.99 list($180.00)
    12. Dremel 400-3/71 Series XPR Kit
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    13. Dremel 1680 Variable Speed Scroll
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    14. Dremel 395D Variable-Speed MultiPro
    $15.99 list($22.50)
    15. Dremel FL400 FlexLite Attachment
    $29.99 list($44.30)
    16. Dremel 231D Shaper/Router Table
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    17. Dremel 692D 6 Pc Router Bit Set
    $24.99 list($29.99)
    18. Dremel 335-01 Rotary Tool Plunge
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    19. Dremel 225D Flex Shaft Attachment
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    20. Dremel 762-01 Cordless Manicure

    1. Dremel 400-6/90 Series XPR Kit
    list price: $240.00
    our price: $119.99
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    Asin: B0002QZ1P6
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 129
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    Features

    • High performance rotary tool for grinding, polishing, and more
    • Planer attachment for planing stuck doors up to 2-1/4-inch thick
    • XPR MultiSaw for a wide variety of cutting applications
    • Flex Shaft attachment for fine detail work and getting into hard-to-reach places
    • Circle Cutter attachment for cutting perfect circles in a variety of materials

    2. Dremel 3956-02 Variable Speed MultiPro Super Kit With 77-Piece Accessory Kit
    list price: $145.06
    our price: $71.99
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    Asin: B00006JSPB
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 12
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    While there are a number of rotary tools on the market made by a host of different manufacturers, the Dremel Moto Tool is the one they all strive to copy. Dremel's MultiPro variable-speed model is great for a huge range of projects, from home improvement tasks to hobbies and crafting. It has a continuously adjustable speed range from 5,000 to 35,000 rpm, which allows the user to effectively work with materials as soft as balsa wood and as hard as ceramics. The flexible shaft that comes with this model is great for working in tight spots many rotary tools can't touch. The kit also comes with an assortment of accessories and a handy carrying case. Others may copy it, but Dremel has been making rotary tools so long they've come close to perfecting the idea. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

    Features

    • Variable speed, from 5,000 to 35,000 rpm
    • Quick-change collet
    • Flexible shaft attachment, 77 bits, and two clamps
    • 5-year warranty

    Reviews (16)

    5-0 out of 5 stars My Flexible friend !
    Before I bought the corded Dremel Multi I used to use hand tools. The results were good but took time to produce. I then saw an advert on the television for the Dremel. I then went to a tool shop to see it and it's rivals. The only other competitor was the Black and Decker corded Wizard. The wizard lost out to the Dremel due to it's narrower range of operating speeds and it's greater size. The Dremel also had a far greater range of accessories to supplement it's use.

    >I really appreciate the way that the Dremel can do what it does so quickly so well. It can carve letters, polish to a very high standard and grind metal as well as the capability to engrave metals as well. The fact that it does not take up a lot of room, especially when you consider the wide range of capabilities it has.

    >To turn the Dremel on you slide the switch to one of the numbers on the scale, the further along you go the faster the shaft rotates. You set the speed according to the one recommended in the instruction manual which has pictures to guide you as well. You then apply the tool to the surface you are working on and gently do the polishing etc., but not too hard as it can damage the tool.

    >I had my Dremel fitted with a optional chuck which makes bit changes faster and more convenient than the standard collet bits. You just loosen the chuck, put a bit in, re-tighten the chuck and select the right speed and you are ready to go. It also has a decent grip for easy and comfortable holding. It is quite simply a joy to use for craft. Special shafts can be fitted to the end as well, so there is little that has been missed out.

    > The flexible shaft lets me work in places where the tool can't be inserted especially some places in my jeep! It's also easier to hold the flexible shaft when working on small workpieces like fishing lures etc.

    4-0 out of 5 stars The Speed is the Key
    This is a fantastic tool for a home owner or craft enthusiast. The range of small tasks that you can achieve with the Multipro is unbelievable and easy, even for an untrained person.

    This kit includes a flexi-shaft, which helps you get into corners by extending the accessory bit using a long flexible shaft. You can buy the shaft separately if you already own the tool, but it's cheaper to get it with the kit if you're buying for the first time. The carrying case is attractive, and fits everything with room to spare.

    Some of the things you can do with your Dremel tool include drilling holes to hang pictures, putting lot numbers on your house, engraving your initials on items you don't want stolen, sharpening scissors and lawn mower blades, cleaning jewellery or golf clubs, giving sticking doors and windows a quick repair, cleaning silverware or brass or even mag rims, installing your car stereo and adding auto accessories to dress your car, trimming nails that are sticking up, regrooving damaged screw heads, sanding in hard to reach places, and so on.

    It is however a small tool, so you shouldn't expect it to sand a dining table like a belt sander, or cut out a large wood pattern like a scroll saw.

    You need a tiny spanner to change accessories, but it's included in the kit, along with different mandrels to hold the bits securely. There is a wide range of accessories available for even more tasks, and a great additional purchase is the tile cutting attachment, which allows you to do bathroom tile repairs with a lot less mess and guess work.

    The secret to the Dremel is the speed, with a range of varying speeds up to 35,000 rpm, which you control yourself. The instruction booklet is very detailed, and gives you lots of tips. Dremel also has an amazing website, with step by step how-to guides.

    Every home should have a Dremel Multipro

    3-0 out of 5 stars Works well for some things, doesn't do everything they say
    My wife bought one of these for me as a gift. I had mentioned a couple of times it might be nice to have one... I don't know what came over me. The tool works great for details and doesn't work for much else. I have used it for a number of projects where I needed to file or grind something small... screws in a part that were 1/64th of an inch too long kind of thing. It works great for that, I don't have to apply much preassure to the item being ground. I tried using it to polish a pot (it's in the list of projects to do with your dremel) ahhhh... don't bother, threw polish compound everywhere because of the speed of the tool. Works far faster with a rag by hand. Or better yet... a big buffing wheel on a bench grinder. Works well for engraving too. Haven't tried it for much else. I think my wife will end up using it more for crafts than I will for the kind of stuff I do.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A must have tool
    I disagree with the negative reviews. A dremel is not a benchgrinter or an orbital polisher, etc, etc. It IS 3 pounds of power concentrated into a 2 oz bucket. If you use it for what it's meant for, it's great. In the fashion of any MultiTool, like a leatherman, it has multiple funtions in ONE tool. While a dedicated tool might do a better job in certain circumstances, it can only perform ONE funtion.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This ol' Dremel done cut me a lot of stuff
    This ol' Dremel is a mighty clever tool. I used it out in the woodshed to whittle me a slingshot out of a big ol' branch from a tree. Its also good to keep Pappy away when he sneaks up on me back in that ol' woodshed. Pappy sure do love his moonshine, and it makes him a bit frisky, I reckon.

    Once I done shot me a possum back behind Ol' Man Stapleton's barn and that ol' Dremel came in mighty handy, let me tell ya. I got Ol' Mr. Possum's fur coat off of him lickety split. That sharp ol' Dremel took the head and legs off as fine as ya please. Threw Mr. Possum in the pot, me an' the kinfolk had some mighty fine vittles that night, let me tell ya.

    This Dremel is also mighty useful for some doctorin' at home. Mama's prone to corns n' bunions, and we ain't have no money for the doctor. So I whipped out that ol' Dremel lickety-split and cut them bunions right off of Momma's foot! You shoulda heard her holla! But them nasty ol' bunions never came back, see Momma?

    Only thing I don't like about this ol' Dremel is it sounds kinda like a pig squealin'. I reckon I don't mind, cause then people don't never know if I'm out back whittlin', or havin' me some fun with some lost campers or other city slickers! Yeee Haw! ... Read more


    3. Dremel 8000-01 10.8 Volt Lithium-Ion 5,000 - 35,000 RPM Cordless Rotary Tool
    list price: $79.99
    our price: $62.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000DEZL9
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 14
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com

    Remember how cool we all thought that first Dremel was? We're reliving the feeling with this one: lighter, faster, smarter, better, and stronger. The main improvement over the last generation is the battery source: lithium-ion. There are so many reasons to applaud. Lithium holds its charge up to six times longer in storage than nickel-cadmium batteries, so it's ready when you are. Remember the disappointment when you were ready and your battery was low? That won't happen with this one. It's got a battery fuel gauge that tells you how much life is left before a recharge, so you won't be caught without your Dremel, and if you choose to keep it on its charger, you won't cause memory and shorten the charge capacity. It's small, it's light, it's comfortable and maneuverable; it's everything the corded models are, but without the cord. We love it.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Small and lightweight for easier handling and less fatigue
    • 50% more power to handle the toughest jobs
    • 40% more speed; the highest speed available in cordless rotary tools
    • Holds a charge 6-times longer than NiCd batteries, so it's ready when you need it
    • Lithium-Ion batteries can be recharged at any time without damaging charge capacity or run-time

    Reviews (10)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Lithium-Ion is SOO worth it!
    I've always wanted a dremel and thought that the cord would be fine. But now I'm glad I went with the cordless. I use it in the back yard, around the house, at work. Not only that, Lithium-Ion technology is outstanding. Blows doors off those old nickel rechargable batteries.

    Lithium-Ion is the same technology being used in the most current cell phones. It doesn't have memory problems like the old rechargables so you can charge it at any time, YOU DON'T HAVE TO WEAR THE BATTER DOWN BEFORE YOU CHARGE! Also, the charging time is a fraction of what it used to be. If I run out, I put the battery on the charge for less then an hour and I have enough juice to finish the job. Typically, full recharging only takes 3 hours.

    I highly recommend that you get this dremel (8000-01 10.8 Volt Lithium-Ion) if it is your first time, second dremel, or a dremel enthusiast.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Dremel Lithium Ion Rotary Tool-Model 800
    Finally, a cordless rotary tool that holds it charge while being stored. Now I don't have to worry about charging my tool's batteries the night before I need it for a project. And the Lithium Ion batteries are environmentally safe--unlike Nickel Cadmium batteries.
    This tool is surprisingly smooth, yet seems as powerful as my old standby corded Dremel Model 395. At 35,000 RPM it is the fastest cordless rotary tool I've seen on the market. I like the sleek, ergonomic design. Based upon my previous experience with Dremel tools, I expect this tool to be trouble free for a long time.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Nice but underdesigned
    I bought one of these at a local brick & mortar store for a project I'm working on. I am impressed with the power of the device and it is a really neat tool, but unfortunatley I've already had to return two of them for a defective speed control. While using it, the first one all of a sudden just jumped up to full speed and stayed there regardless of where the speed control was set. In other words, it was no longer variable. The second one did the same thing. Since I saw replacement brushes available for their tools (and therefore they must consider it somewhat user serviceable) I decided to open it up and see what it looked like inside. One of the transistors on the circuit board had gotten warm enough to melt the solder and shorted out two of the pins on the transistor. I'm on my third one now (just returned them at the store) and I first bought one about 2-1/2 weeks ago. Great tool but Dremel needs to work on their quality control.

    5-0 out of 5 stars I love this Dremel !!!
    Mine is utilized for robotics projects--it finds a lot of uses with metal. I also bought the press accessory with it. This little accessory helps me make straight cuts and drill holes.

    I'm telling you, I use this thing constantly and it works like a champ! It is powerful enough for me to cut all my brass and aluminum with the precision of that of a doctor. For as handy as this tool is--I'd pay twice as much to get one if need be. I've had mine for 5 months too.

    One HUGE word of advice. WEAR SAFETY GOGGLES! I know this may sound lame, but it saved my @ss!!! When cutting some tubing, my disk exploded at full RPM's and the shrapnel hit me in the goggles. (Of course I had my fat head over top of it while I was cutting) Just be careful. The tool is A+, but the little thing could be dangerous if you slack on the safety.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is a first look
    I've been using Dremels for a long time and always wanted a decent cordless. With the advent of decent cordless power tools (the first one that I had that was actually useful for something was an 18 volt DeWalt drill that went right through stuff my corded drills wouldn't touch, but that's another story) I've been waiting for Dremel to come out with a good cordless.

    I've been hesitant about the earlier cordless Dremels but this one looks like "it".

    So far it's done everything I've asked it to do but I haven't asked it to do much--I got it specifically to deal with a piece of acrylic that my cordless Rotozip melted instead of cutting--I figured the adjustable speed on the Dremel would take care of that and was right.

    Just an aside about stalling--if you're stalling a Dremel then it's time to take a good hard look at a Rotozip, which, if you've never played with one, is kind of a Dremel on steroids--Dremel has an equivalent, the "Advantage", but only the one model and not cordless.

    The lack of a provision to charge the battery with the tool attached is just carrying through the current practice with cordless tools--it's assumed that one will have two batteries, one on the tool and one on charge if this is an issue. There's space in the case for a second battery.

    A "gotcha" to be aware of with the lithium ion batteries, always store them charged--if they self-discharge below a certain point a protective circuit kicks in and they disable themselves--this is a safety issue--trying to recharge a lithium ion battery that is discharged below a certain point can result in an explosion (I'm not talking about a little spill--exploding lithium batteries in emergency-locator transmitters have brought down light aircraft).

    The bundled accessories are, near as I can figure it:

    Aluminum oxide stone #932 and #8193
    Silicon carbide stone #84922
    Aluminum oxide abrasive wheel #541
    2 rubber polishing wheels #425
    3 Large felt polishing wheels #429
    5 Small felt polishing wheels #414
    1 cutter, looks like a #181
    1 drill bit, #150
    1 Mandrel #401 (for felt pads etc)
    1 Mandrel #402 (for sanding disks, cutoff wheels etc)
    Sanding cylinder mandrels 1/4" and 1/2"
    4 80 grit 1/2" sanding cylinders
    3 120 grit 1/2" sanding cylinders
    4 80 grit 1/4" sanding cylinders
    3 120 grit 1/4" sanding cylinders
    11 sanding disks
    17 cutoff wheels, 3 are thicker than the others, the others are in two containers of 10 and 4 but can't tell any difference between them.
    1 wrench with screwdriver tip that fits screws on mandrels
    1 case with a good deal of unused storage even after all the accessories are stored. ... Read more


    4. Dremel 1800 Scroll Station 18" Variable Speed
    list price: $239.99
    our price: $191.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002HC23Y
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 668
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    Features

    • Smooth cast iron table finish with table angle detents.
    • Tool-less blade holder allows for fast and easy pin or plain-end blade changes
    • Blade holder rotates 90-degrees for infinite cutting length.
    • Power take-off port powers a 5" sanding disc (included) and the Dremel Flex Shaft 225 (not included).
    • Top-mounted controls are up front for easy access.

    5. Dremel 3962-02 Variable-Speed MultiPro Tool Kit
    list price: $131.90
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004UDJ4
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 44
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    While there are a number of rotary tools on the market made by a host of different manufacturers, the Dremel Moto Tool is the one they all strive to copy. Dremel's MultiPro variable-speed model is great for a huge range of projects, from home improvement tasks to hobbies and crafting. It has a continuously adjustable speed range from 5,000 to 35,000 rpm, which allows the user to effectively work with materials as soft as balsa wood and as hard as ceramics. The kit comes with an assortment of accessories and a handy carrying case. Others may copy it, but Dremel has been making rotary tools so long they've come close to perfecting the idea. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

    Features

    • Sharpen, drill, polish, sand and more
    • Variable speed 5,000 - 35,000 RPM
    • High quality ball bearing construction
    • 75 assorted accessories
    • Storage case with removable bit storage tray

    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars It is great for wood crafts..
    I now own two dremel tools.I do a lot of crafts like whirley jigs and picture frames.I like to make things myself out of wood because most of the ones you buy don't hold together but for a few years.And it is a lot of fun and takes your mind off the worldly things, like my job.Dremel tools are built good but they do wear out.I now have a router attachment and it is just like a small router.You can do small things like the State of Texas,which is bordered by rivers.The Dremel makes it easy and a lot of fun to create things.You can do almost anything with it.From whirley jigs (that work in the wind) to nice designs on picture frames.I would highly recomemd this product to any one that piddles with wood.For fun or for hobbies.If you do crafts with wood then you need one of these.I finally wore mine out,after about three years.But the first year I was a little to hard on it.Making it do what I wanted it to do instead of letting it cut the wood on it's own.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Accept no substitutes...
    Was looking at a cheapo $14 one at the store but after looking at the market place and best bang for the buck, I used up some remaining gift certificates to purchase one of these.

    Perfect for moding a computer case, trimming down some tiles and basic woodwork.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Accept no subsitutes...
    Was looking at a cheapo $14 one at the store but after looking at the market place and best bang for the buck, I used up some remaining gift certificates to purchase one of these.

    Perfect for moding a computer case, trimming down some tiles and basic woodwork.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Veg-o-matic of hand tools
    I've had a Dremel for several years now and it is the most versatile tool I have. I've done wood work (drilling, routing, sanding), made jewelry, cut copper pipe... I just can't say enough good about this tool, everyone should own one.

    5-0 out of 5 stars I love my Dremel!
    This thing is one of the best tools I have seen in a while. It has replaced my other multi-tools almost immediately. It is easy to use and there are few things that you can't do with a Dremel. ... Read more


    6. Dremel 400-3/51 Series XPR Kit
    list price: $145.00
    our price: $71.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002QZ1OM
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 21
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    Amazon.com

    Dremel calls this "the future of rotary tools." Scoff if you want to, but they're right. This overhaul of the standard rotary tool incorporated changes Dremel users asked for, along with new accessories and a smartly redesigned storage case with mini-cases. We're glad to see Dremel designers separated the power switch from the speed control, something we'd certainly wished for in the past, letting you set the perfect speed for your project and not disturb it at shutoff. Its slick, gently curved new shape-—a far cry from the slightly clunky Dremel you're used to—-just feels good in your hand. Even the case is a new generation, with a molded place for everything (including that hard-to-store flex shaft). The small accessories all fit into mini-cases, which in turn snap into the main case. Bravo! And unlike kit cases in Dremel's past, there's even room for expansion: two bays for more accessory kits. We like the garden tool blade and the circle cutter particularly; you can save a bundle sharpening your own lawnmower blade, and the circle cutter is one of those little gadgets you'll find yourself using again and again. Another plus to this new Dremel is the super-cool attachments available separately, including a 2-1/4-inch wide planer and something Dremel calls the MultiSaw—a combination jig, recip and scroll saw in one.The only downside to this new Dremel is…figuring out what to do with your old one. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • NEW XPR Storage Case for superior attachment and accessory organization and storage that let you take your XPR System anywhere
    • NEW Dremel 400 Series XPR high performance rotary tool for tackling wide variety of tasks from grinding, to cutting, to sharpening
    • Flex Shaft attachment for fine detail work and getting into hard-to-reach places
    • Circle cutter attachment for cutting perfect circles in a variety of materials
    • Lawn Mower and Garden Tool Sharpener attachment for sharpening mower blades and other garden tools to a perfect edge

    7. Dremel 6000-01 Contour Sander Kit
    list price: $134.30
    our price: $48.59
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000302XT
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 347
    Average Customer Review: 3.95 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 2-year warranty
    • Highly versatile--sands deep grooves, intricate carvings, curved moldings, thin slats, and more
    • Package includes a wide selection of accessories, including long-lasting sanding tubes
    • Variable speeds (4.000 to 10,000 spm) lets user adapt project to project
    • Compact and comfortable to use--weighs only 1.75 lbs

    Reviews (20)

    4-0 out of 5 stars This little sander has its place
    We own 6 different electric sanders, ranging from big belt sanders to this little guy. Each is particularly suited for its own task. This one works great sanding down trim and door casings. The nice thing about it is that it will not scuff up the wall or the trim when the head comes in contact with it. We used it and a mouse sander to do the same job. The mouse sander was far more powerful, but it would scuff the heck out of the wall. This Dremel was slower but it was far better able to get into the nooks on the trim. Overall it is a good detail sander and will work well for the small jobs. Do not expect it to take on huge projects. Ours came with a plastic dust collector which had a broken plastic piece right out of the box.

    The next project this little guy will be used on is some rocking chairs that have been waiting for a year to be sanded down. This will be the perfect tool to sand the spindles.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Just the ticket
    I'll save you from the painful story on why I needed a tool like this.

    I searched this forum and was looking at the PC 944VS. It got pretty poor ratings. The Dremel 6000 looked like a good choice based on the reviews and the price was hard to argue with. I'll admit I've only used it on a single project so far but I am very impressed.

    I cut some 2½" cherry brackets on the bandsaw. The design had a concave arch and some inside corners that would have required hours by hand to sand any other way. I used the Dremel to finish these details, going from the rough saw cut to a glass smooth finish. It did take a little time, but progress was consistent through all of the grades of sand paper .

    Though the motion of the pad seems linear, I did get swirl marks when pressed down too hard. "Let the tool do the work", as they say is the answer with this little number.

    Overall I am very happy with this purchase.

    The only negative notes are:

    Lack of readily available sanding tubes or pads. For some reason Lowes only carries the 80 & 120 grit versions of each. Amazon only carries the assortment pack.

    It seems pretty loud for the size and the amount of work it's doing.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Real Craftsman's Tool
    This tool is awesome. I have yet to come across a profile I could not sand. Saves tons of time vs. hand sanding. Very inexpensive for what it will do. Wish I had purchased this many, many projects ago!

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Find!
    I have used a few detail sanders but this one is the best. The contours allow you to work well in a wide range of situations. I like it for cleaning up minor, hard to reach spots after assembly. It is not fast but it gets the job done. Sanding tubes are expensive but last a long time as you rotate them. It is loud, but quite effective. A really good addition to any shop and at $50, a bargain.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Huge help for Finish carpentry like shaping of moldings
    When people have no other choices but buying consumable factory accessories like special sanding papers from most power tool companies, we have to set our mind to keep spending fair amount of money for future use. But this Dremel contour sander was a delightful surprize! Although sanding paper replacements are not cheap, the cost per sanding job is very low. It is very economical sanding system because you can rotate the sanding paper rolls every bit part of an inch and the worn out part like sanding tip/edge will be off from the pressure area. You can enjoy efficient sanding with new edge/narrow area at every slight turns - Very clever! I could easily use a sanding paper for sharp edge more than twenty times (twenty edge wear outs). Although the product is excellent, one complaint is there is no info like accessory part number for dust collection attachement. Accessory order form shows all those numbers and the price but no name no description. The Dremel.com does not show the part either. I guess have to call them after Holidays. ... Read more


    8. Dremel 761-01 Pet Nail Grooming Kit
    list price: $29.99
    our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000C6DZ2
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 41
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Uses 4 AA batteries (not included)
    • Two-Speed (6,000 & 12,000 RPM)
    • Lightweight and portable for grooming pet nails anywhere
    • Includes five accessories for fast, safe and easy nail grooming
    • Trim your pets' nails in minutes!

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars What a Relief!!!
    After a year of battling our Sheltie every time we had to clip his nails, we finally have peaceful grooming. The dremel is amazing! It is easy to use and it doesn't cause bleeding if you get a little too close to the quick, it also doesn't split the nail. This is a great product and has made grooming so comfortable, Zeke now just falls asleep on my lap while I trim his nails. If you are looking to make nail clipping more comfortable for you and your dog, this is the product you need.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great product! Only wish i'd found it sooner...
    A friend lent me her Dremel today to try on my 14-year-old dog who HATES having his nails trimmed. I was amazed that a) he didn't object to it at all, and b) it made quick work of filing his nails down to a healthy length.

    The Dremel seems far better than any of the nail clippers i've tried: i had no worries about accidentally cracking the nail or cutting to the quick. And although the abrasive pad was tough enough to wear down my dog's nails in a matter of minutes, it didn't hurt when i accidentally grazed my hand with it a couple of times.

    This model is light, not too noisy, and easy to grip/use. Best of all, it's not outrageously expensive! (Costs about as much as you'd pay two or three nail clippings at a groomer.)

    I was so impressed that i'm buying a Dremel of my own tonight. Wish i'd discovered this years ago!

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is the safest and least traumatic for dogs!
    This tool is the best for dogs nails. I've trimmed/done my dogs nails with it about 10 times. It's quiet for a tool so as not to freak out dogs. After two times she(My shelty) got used to it and now doesn't mind having her nails done at all. While sitting on the floor, I flip her on her back between my legs and grab one foot at a time and do them. Unlike conventional clippers or guillotine shears, which can cut through the quick and hurt the dog and make them bleed, the Dremel quickly sands the nail back and if you hit the quick, it doesn't cut it, it's just like rubbing an emory board on your skin. The manual shows the basic technique and shape for sanding the nails. Using this sanding technique also prevents sharp edges on the nail which can snag clothing. It also prevents split nails unlike conventional clippers. This is one of the best new gadgets for pets in a long time and the benefits are so obvious! I'm buying a couple as gifts for Christmas and telling all my dog friends about this tool! ... Read more


    9. Dremel 697-05 Super Accessory 145 pc Assortment
    list price: $30.00
    our price: $17.99
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    Asin: B0000C6DZ6
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 46
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 145 acessories
    • Reusable case
    • Accessory Brochure with applications

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars cheaper at homedepot.com
    Homedepot.com has this for $19.97

    4-0 out of 5 stars Nice assortment, but crappy case
    If you've got a Dremel tool, but too few bits, this is the set to have. This set really gives you the most for your money, as compared to the other, smaller, Dremel bit sets.

    That said, I should point out that the case really sucks. I like stuff to be in (roughly) rectangular boxes for ease of storage. This case has a handle, which is nifty, but protrudes a few inches above the case. This means you can't stack anything above it.

    Also, the poor design of the lids means they won't open all the way, nor will they stay open unles you pry them up with the blue inserts. If you pry the blue inserts up, you risk spilling the contents.

    Oh, and this can be had at the "Wal" place for twenty pesos. ... Read more


    10. Dremel 750D Minimite Cordless Dremel Tool
    list price: $34.99
    our price: $34.99
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    Asin: B0000302Y1
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 140
    Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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    We started counting all the uses for this little dynamo, but we stopped at 967. We like it for delicate tasks and finer work because it isn’t as powerful as its big brothers, so it’s easier to control. It’s light, extremely maneuverable, the switch is exactly where you want it and heck, it’s just plain fun to use. It’s perfect for jewelry, electronics, tiny woodworking crafts like dollhouse furniture and other intricate hobbies. It uses Dremel’s wide array of bits, so there’s virtually no limit to what you can do with this. Sure, there are store brands on the market for less, but Dremel is king when it comes to rotary tools, and we think they outdid themselves with this one.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Shaft-lock button and unique collet nut make changing bits easy--no wrench required
    • 1/8" collet
    • Removable battery pack & 3-hour charger
    • 2-speed (5,000 & 10,000 RPM)
    • 2-year warranty

    Reviews (8)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for My Use
    My dog's breeder recommended this model to use for keeping the dog's nails trimmed. Absolutely perfect for filing down her nails. I always put on a pair of gardening gloves (you know how puppies and dogs wiggle) and this cordless wonder works GREAT. Good price, great work. A very good buy.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Podiatrist Recommended!!
    Believe it or not, my podiatrist recommended this gadget for trimming rough skin on my feet. It is not very powerful, which is perfect for this application. If it were too powerful... well, let's not think about that. But it's perfect for trimming excess dead skin, bunions, etc., on the feet. It may have other uses as well, but this is what I do with it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome tool
    I needed a little tool to carry in my tackle box to sharpen fishing hooks. I use a Dremel grinding stone to touch up the barbs and keep them sharp. Don't let this big little tool get away!

    1-0 out of 5 stars My kids' toys have more power
    Plenty of Power??? I don't think so. Mine has trouble cutting open a plastic 2 liter soda bottle.

    Skip this one and go for the 7.2V model. It has the power you are looking for. Grinding out a fastener that snapped in a steel airplane model was no problem for this 7.2V model. Although, it still takes a good carbide bit for this tricky operation.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A REAL WORKER
    I bought one of these tools, when it first hit the street.Man was I surprised with the power. After about 2 years of serious duty I finally wore it out.The only down side was not being able to precisely control the speed.You cant go wrong here folks dremel has built a reputation on simplicity and reliability.This minimite is no exception and is definitely tool box worthy. Now get out there and grind,cut,polish something. ... Read more


    11. Dremel 3981-01 Digital Tool Kit
    list price: $109.99
    our price: $79.95
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    Asin: B0000302Y0
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 998
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Dremel came out with the first rotary tool long ago, and this professional model, the latest evolutionary leap in the Dremel line, is a great tool for a huge range of projects, from home improvement tasks to hobbies and crafting. Its new soft-start technology, electronic controls, and ergonomic grip make it easier and more comfortable to use than any other rotary tool we've tried. It has a continuously adjustable speed range from 5,000 to 30,000 rpm, with a precise speed gauge, allowing the user to effectively work with materials as soft as balsa wood and as hard as ceramics. And we really like the innovative electronic feedback control on this model, which takes the jerk and torque out of lower-speed applications. Another great feature of this kit (that Dremel's other MotoTools could benefit from) is the 10-foot long cord, which lets you maneuver without reaching the end of your leash. The kit also comes with a huge assortment of accessories and a handy carrying case. If you're looking for the smoothest and easiest-to-operate rotary tool on the market, look no further. Dremel's professional kit is as good as it gets. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

    Features

    • Soft-start technology make to tool easy to control
    • Electronic feedback control takes the jerk and torque out of lower-speed applications
    • Ergonomic design make the it comfortable to operate
    • 10-foot power cord lets the user maneuver easily

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The lastest and the best
    I bought my first Dremel (a Model 2) in 1947. It finally gave up in 1993. Since then I have added the single speed and multispeed Multipro models to my tool box. Now the digital model comes along and is the best of the best. Its soft start, dependable speed control, and high power make it equal to any job. It fits all the Dremel attachments making it every bit as adaptable as the others. It handles all the cutting, shaping, finishing, and polishing tasks involved in my construction of miniatures and architectural models.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Glad the old one blew!
    I had a Dremel Model 280 for many years and it served well. It was a single-speed model, so I had to buy a separate speed control for it. Two years ago, it suddenly blew up in my hand when a commutator section dislodged. Fortunately, the 3981 was on sale in a kit that included the flex shaft and a lot of attachments. As soon as I used it, I was happy the old one blew up! I love the soft-start, integrated speed control that doesn't bog down at low speeds, and it gives you a readout too. The biggest improvement is that it doesn't get too hot to hold after a few minutes of hard use, like the 280 did even when it was new. I used the 3981 with the grout removal attachment to take up some irreplaceable mosaic tile. It burned up a few bits, but not my hands.

    The only downside is that I had to purchase all new attachments to fit the nose piece. Dremel even helped out there, by making up a new support arm for my D-Vise base to fit the new tool at a moderate cost. That allows the tool to be stationary while working on small pieces. This is the best rotary tool I've ever used!

    5-0 out of 5 stars The all around tool made even better
    What seperates this Dremel from the others you ask? Well for starters it allows you to control the RPM's electronically. From 5 to 30k RPM's you can finally gain a sense of complete control over any situation with this tool. Using it primarily to Modify my computer cases and other strange little nuances of mine I can go from plastic to steel in the touch of a button without having to worry about melting plastic or taking forever to cut through metal.

    However my dremel has found very other useful activites as well. The grout attachment works wonders in the bathroom and kitchen and I fixed the gate on my wife's horse's stall with it as well as modified my desk with it (I needed a couple extra slots for my computer cables).

    I guess the only downside to this Dremel is the flimsy control switch. Well its not really flimsy but it does rattle when you bump up the RPM's.

    Overall I am very pleased with the many different uses the Dremel finds itself in while in my hands. The addition of the electronic control switch for manipulating the RPM's is a godsend as it offers so much more flexibility than the older Dremels. This particular case comes with an assorment of goodies (including the universal chuck) so you really shouldn't have to buy any other accessories with the exception of some of the other specialized tool sets or the flex attachment.

    Well in conclusion this little tool is BIG enough to handle most any application a hobbiest or tinkerer can put it through. Its uses are infinite and is simple enough to be operated by anyone...with the exception of the little tikes wandering around the place...and is a very useful tool to have around the house or shop.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Top-of-the-line Dremel
    If you appreciate quality tools, and want the most out of whatever tool you use, go with the Pro model. The electronic speed control is great for selecting, and more importantly, holding, precise speeds. It has more power than the other Dremels too. It's comfortable to use, has a long cord, and the standard accessories fit.

    5-0 out of 5 stars my rating
    very spiffy tool...uses all the attachments...thousands of uses around the house

    more power than the other rotary tools. an excellent choice ... Read more


    12. Dremel 400-3/71 Series XPR Kit
    list price: $180.00
    our price: $89.99
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    Asin: B0002QZ1OW
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 24
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    Features

    • High performance rotary tool for grinding, polishing and more
    • Planer attachment for planing stuck doors up to 2-1/4 inches thick
    • Flex Shaft attachment for fine detail work and getting into hard-to-reach places
    • Circle Cutter attachment for cutting perfect circles in a variety of materials
    • Lawn Mower and Garden Tool Sharpener attachment for easy tool maintenance

    13. Dremel 1680 Variable Speed Scroll Saw
    list price: $0.00
    our price: $149.00
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    Asin: B0000302YQ
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 3259
    Average Customer Review: 3.29 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Reset button protects motor from overheating
    • Variable speed of 500 to 1,600 strokes per minute
    • Electronic feedback control
    • Extended 12-by-16-inch cast-iron table evenly supports workpieces
    • An extra-smooth finish provides effortless workpiece manipulation

    Reviews (17)

    3-0 out of 5 stars The good, the bad, but nothing ugly
    After looking at the various scroll saws available, I chose this one because of the 90 degrees of table angles available (only the Craftsman also has that feature) and the fast angle settings which lock into the metal positioning plate which make returning to various settings very quick. I also had excellent experiences with Dremel products in the past.

    The only problem experienced so far was the similar "clanking" sound another reviewer mentioned, but I was able to fix that by removing the two screws which hold the motor cover in place, adjusting the holes and re-installing it so the weight on the motor shaft no longer hit the inside of the cover.

    I also agree with one of the other reviewers that the switches are tiresome after a while because they are so small and somewhat difficult to operate under the rubberized dust covers.

    The "free" stand went together easily, and by not fully tightening all the bolts on the stand I was able to align all the holes before fully tightening down the saw. I did have to add two washers to two of the mounting holes on the top because the metal wanted to bent when tightening the saw to the stand.

    The light is bright enough for me as it is not the only light I use near the saw, and it doesn't get too hot to work around. It does however get in the way at times when working with larger pieces if the table is at an extreme angle, but this is normally not an issue.

    All in all the saw works fine, and has been reliable. Next time I would spend the few extra dollars and buy the new Delta which is much heavier for less vibration, and has even easier blade changing and tension setting adjustments, both of which I feel are more important features.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice saw
    I use my Dremel scroll saw to create decorative scroll work for a furniture making shop that does most of it business in grandfather clocks and high-end dining room furniture. I like the speed control and power switch located up front where they are easy to use. Blade changes are far simpler that my old saw that required special tools in order to change a blade. The blade tension system is superior to anything else I've tried. Blade tensioning tip: When installing a new blade, tighten the tension knob until the blade first feels taught. Then rotate the tensioning lever 1 1/2 turns and that will provide the perfect tension for most blade types.

    When I bought the tool two years ago, I had one problem with the saw. It just quit working one day. One call to the Dremel toll-free number solved the issue. It seems they did have an issue with dust getting into the switch and making the saw not work. They sent me a new switch (for free) with dust boots on it and the problem was solved. I now see that this saw has dust boots on its switches as standard equipment.
    Other that that, I get pro-quality results for a hobby price.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Great tool ... when it works
    My first Dremel scroll saw lasted about a month - I touched the scroll saw while vacuuming my shop, a spark jumped, and it immediately stopped working. Lowes was great - they replaced it right away. However, about a year and a half after that, the saw simply quit working. Everything looked ok - nothing jammed, bearings ok, power ok, it didn't overheat and reset, etc. It looked like, in a bone dry Arizona shop, that static was the culprit the second time as well. I concluded that Dremel didn't add adequate protection against electrostatic discharge (ESD), and that ESD fried the electronic motor control. This makes Dremel far too high a risk for me to ever buy another one - even if I lived elsewhere, as winters can still be very dry. Too bad, because the tool is otherwise great.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Very Average
    For the hobbiest who has a lot of time on his/her hands,this machine is probably ok. As a professional woodworker, I found the blade changing to be excessively difficult, hit and miss with the top rear tensioner. Also, it's foot doesn't fit right to the wood surface; causing strain when moving the piece around for precise cuts. Mine developed a loud clanking sound after only a few hours of use, and eventually blew fuses, and finally shut down completely. It has some nice features, like the controls up front, large base, and variable speed control; but, unfortunately, not very reliable for the serious scroll saw enthusiast.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Breakin and Enterin
    I just broke into the scrolling field about 3 months ago. I did little researching on the various saws but could see real quick that the Dremel, with all of its comparable features to the more expensive models, was a very good value for the money. I find it very user friendly. But after a few projects I could quickly discern its minor drawbacks. The light is dim. The plastic spare blade storage door is flimsy and tends to misalign, making it hard to close. Just recently, the upper arm is starting to knock on the upper housing if the blade isn't fairly tense. I've got to call Dremel about this one yet. The stand included was ok to put together but I couldn't get some of the holes to line up with the base of the saw. The vibration is somewhat dissapointing but not major with this price range. Not recommended for fretwork. Bottom blade holder is hard to get to with large hands. The on and off switch gets a little tiring after several pushes during a project. Get a foot switch! The blade holders are a snap with changing. In short, a very good buy for the hobbyist. ... Read more


    14. Dremel 395D Variable-Speed MultiPro Tool
    list price: $0.00
    our price: $54.99
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    Asin: B0000302XV
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 2849
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 5,000-35,000 RPM
    • 6-foot power cord
    • Quick change collet nut
    • 5-year warranty

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Versatile, Must-Have Tool
    I have had this tool for going on ten years now and it's still going strong (with the original set of brushes). I am a silversmith and use it with the flex shaft attachement almost daily. I can honestly say many fine grinding jobs I do would be next to impossible to do without it. We used to use a Fordom brand flex shaft tool, but the handpiece was too bulky and it didn't have enough RMPs to do the job as well as the Dremel. It looks like Dremel has gone a little nuts with all the attachements they offer now, making it even more versatile. In my mind, it is one of those Must-Have tools every shop needs.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Endless Possibilities
    I have owned the Multi-Pro kit for 8 months now, and I don't know how I lived without it before. The jobs it can do are limited only by your imagination. The variable speed lets you match the speed to the work. It cleans and sharpens all my other power tools, lawn mower blades, too. It makes cuts in all types of materials in tight places for remodeling jobs; you know, under sinks and floors, inside walls and ceilings. I especially like the cutting wheels (careful, they are brittle) to flush cut nails and screws, or shape small metal pieces. I've used them to grind out welds when repairing tricycles for the preschool where my wife teaches. With the sanding drums, I've smoothed and shaped small wooden projects. I plan on taking the Multi-Pro to 4H Summer Camp this year for the woodworking class I teach. Remember to go slow and make several passes when cutting material for best results. Look for more of my reveiws on Dremel products.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A MUST HAVE TOOL
    These little rotary tools are so useful the possibilities are endless.If your an around the house do it yourselfer or a well seasoned carpenter this little guy will suit everyone.I couldnt even begin to explain all it can do in a short review.Just read the book that comes with the tool and let your imagination and creativity do the rest.Other tool makers produce such a tool but I do think that dremal has inspired them all.My advice is stick with dremal.They are so well made and offer so many options and accessories.You just cant go wrong. Now get out there and polish,cut or grind something.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Experience with Dremel
    This tool is perfect for any tool users. It has so many useful needs it compliments any hobbies and other applications. I recommend this tool to anyone. ... Read more


    15. Dremel FL400 FlexLite Attachment
    list price: $22.50
    our price: $15.99
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    Asin: B0002QZ1Q0
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 1872
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    16. Dremel 231D Shaper/Router Table
    list price: $44.30
    our price: $29.99
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    Asin: B0000302Y9
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 213
    Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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    We will admit that we think these rotary tools are some of the coolest things around; you can do so many things with them. But once we saw this attachment, we were blown away. If you don’t have the money or the space (or the inclination) to set up a whole router table assembly in your home or shop, but you still want to put decorative edges on wood projects, this is absolutely the ticket. It holds the tool under the table, and you mount your shaping bit in it. Turn it on, run your piece against the stationary tool, and your edge is routed. It also works great for small dado grooves with a straight bit. The new table surface is even smoother than before, and it’s plenty big enough for small craft projects. It’s also a great setup for sanding: Just chuck in a sanding drum and move your workpiece against it. If you’ve got a rotary tool, get this.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • For use with rotary tool models 275, 285, 395 and 398
    • Convert your DREMEL corded rotary tool into a bench mounted wood shaper
    • Features an adjustable fence, and a large 8" x 6" work table
    • Slot, groove, sand and trim edges
    • MultiPro tool not included

    Reviews (3)

    1-0 out of 5 stars This will destroy your tool
    I'd stay away from this one until the design flaws are fixed. Tons of sawdust from the piece you're working on will fall into your tool and render it useless. I've killed two Dremels, and got maybe a grand total of 5 minutes use out of the table.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Dremel Mini router table acessory
    I have been using this for quite a while, and at times, it is a lot easier to use this, to dadoes for small items on soft wood like boxes. I used it to make some boxes out of pire and I used it to do edge work and make dadoes. This is my coolest acessory for the dremel with my wood bit set.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Attachment to have
    A Fine piece of equipment. Works great even with pilotedbits. Highly recommend any dremel user pick one up ... Read more


    17. Dremel 692D 6 Pc Router Bit Set
    list price: $0.00
    our price: $29.99
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    Asin: B00005LEXR
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 429
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Route, edge, mortise or inlay with this versatile set of bits made just the right size for rotary tools. They’re made of high-speed steel, a step down from the preferable carbide tips, but they’re plenty tough enough to do the job. You’ll find endless uses for the straight bits, and the piloted edge bits with add that extra class to any wood project. It’s a nice assortment, we think, and only lacks a nice, classic Roman ogee. How about it, Dremel?--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Rout, inlay and mortise in wood
    • Rout other soft materials
    • Do not run in excess of 30,000 RPM

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Router 6 Pc. Set
    I use these router bits and the two styles of routers for building minuature wild west buildings and doll house furniture
    With these bits I can make very percise cuts and with the finished product I've sold them for as much as 250-300 dollars each. My only regret is that dremel would make some other types of router bits just like the big boys. ... Read more


    18. Dremel 335-01 Rotary Tool Plunge Router
    list price: $29.99
    our price: $24.99
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    Asin: B0000DEZK4
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 532
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Clear base allows greater visibility of work surface
    • Two depth stops with quick release for quick, consistent adjustment of depth and for progressively deeper routing
    • Depth guide includes English and Metric markings
    • On board storage for router bits and wrench

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Big Improvement, more features.
    Dremel has really upgraded with this new plunge router attachment for the rotary tool. It fits all the usual corded tools and even the new Li-Ion cordless!
    Great new features like: Plunge capability, clear base, bigger base, rotary tool mounting is very sturdy and rigid, depth stop, big edge guide that goes all the way to the bit.
    The locking handle takes a little getting used to. Because it locks with one handle and plasic was used for the base there is a little flex back after locking. Plastic for the base to be clear is a benefit, but the plastic for the top plate was probably to save cost so they could price it closer to what the old router was. Anyway, when I really want to be accurate with my depth, I make sure to measure the distance from the bottom of the base to the bit with a metal scale. That way I know the depth is what I want. If it was all metal I'd give it a 5, but then the cost would probably keep me from buying it. It's great for the small router jobs I do(signs, door striker plate installation etc.) and I would recommend it! ... Read more


    19. Dremel 225D Flex Shaft Attachment

    our price: $27.99
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    Asin: B0000302Y8
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 325
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • For use with rotary tool models 275, 285, 395, 398 and 780
    • Comfort grip handpiece - allows finger tip control to cut, grind, sand, sharpen, polish and more!
    • Integrated shaft lock button on the handpiece allows for easy accessory changes.
    • Quick connect - easily attaches to your DREMEL rotary tool
    • More flexible cable - provides more comfort during use.

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Extending my reach...
    I've found the flex-shaft to be one of the most useful Dremel tool accessories. It's great for those remote, hard-to-reach areas of my work pieces where the width of the tool itself would hinder my efforts, ot it just can't reach. It took a while for me to get the hang of using it, since it required a bit more hand control than I originally anticipated. Just make sure to keep it as straight as possible, and don't bend it too much- it heats up pretty quickly, especially at the bends. And heat's the big killer of this accessory. Also, be sure to have a bit of the flex-shaft grease handy for occasional lubrication.

    The only thing that annoys me about the flex-shaft is that it won't accept a chuck to secure the bits, just collets. This can be a major frustration when I'm doing work that requires constant bit changes, with different bit diameters. Just when I thought I was rid of those pesky collets forever...

    'Late

    5-0 out of 5 stars IF you don't have it you should
    This tool is the most important attachment in Dremel's Inventory. All Users should get one ... Read more


    20. Dremel 762-01 Cordless Manicure Kit
    list price: $29.99
    our price: $24.99
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    Asin: B0000C6DZ4
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Dremel
    Sales Rank: 978
    Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Uses 4 AA batteries (not included)
    • Two-Speed (6,000 & 12,000 RPM)
    • At home or traveling, shape, file and polish your nails anytime, anywhere!
    • A cordless manicure tool for home use from Dremel - the manufacturer of professional nail salon tools
    • Includes seven accessories for maintaining acrylic nails between manicures

    Reviews (3)

    4-0 out of 5 stars I've done it.
    I've actually used it on my natural nails, whether it says you can or not. I use it on low speed with a large stone bit (purchased seperately from Dremel -they have many bits available for their rotary tools). Keep in mind though that I'm a guy and I bite my nails(bad habit I know), but the tool helps me straighten them out.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fills without the fuss
    It costs $15+ to get a fill at a manicurist -- the tool pays for itself in less than six weeks (sooner if you aren't lazy about upkeep like I am :)). In defense of the product and to counter the one bad review: Who the heck would try to use a Dremel tool on natural nails?????

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not for natural nails
    Nowhere on the online description or the outside packaging are you told this product is only for use on artificial nails. It is not until you open and virtually destroy the packaging and you read the instruction manual does it tell you this. ... Read more


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