|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 10.5 x 5.6 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||100N10|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||5 Years|
Dremel 100-N/10 MultiPro 1.15 Amp 35,000 RPM Rotary Tool with 10 Accessories
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- Single speed control for fulltime 35,000 rpm operation
- Cool-running ball bearing construction for smooth and quiet operation
- Replaceable motor brushes extend tool life
- Lightweight design for comfort during prolonged use
- Backed by 5-year warranty
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So I opened the tool up to see what was wrong, and discovered that there is a clear rubber (yes, rubber!) bushing that is tasked with connecting the motor's considerable torque to the tool's rotating shaft. This soft bushing had -- no surprise here -- torn to shreds. How the Dremel engineers thought that rubber, instead of metal (or even a "Space Age" plastic, if you still want to be really cheap but a bit tougher than rubber) was a good idea, I can't say.
Perhaps they have now improved this fault on all newer models, but for now I am buying the much superior Black & Decker RTX-B 3 Speed RTX Rotary Black & Decker RTX-B 3 Speed RTX Rotary Tool with Storage Case-- and for only thirty bucks!
Did some research and someone suggested wrapping masking tape around the bearing casings when the bearing run-out gets bad. Since this was brand new, there was no run-out in the bearings yet but it gave me the idea to wrap the steel part of the motor with some thin double face foam tape to cushion the motor casing from the plastic outer tool casing. (tip: leave the paper backing on the outside of the tape) Bingo! It worked and the thing purrs like a kitten now.
This issue leads me to believe that they have some Mexico quality control issues to work out. Seems that I'm getting used to fixing/ re-engineering new imported stuff. Sad but so true.
i tried this one and it was on full speed all the time
so i could not adjust the speed for the job i wanted to do
and actually the speed of 35.000 rpm is very high ,
so if you ok with that buy this one .
but i returned this one and bought the full
Variable speed from 5,000 to 35,000 rpm and it is actually perfect .
For another, the extra power makes a world of difference (as you might expect). The old tool simply wasn't up to many jobs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This Dremmel tool worked ok for a few jobs, but having only one speed limits its use. It didn't come with any adapters either. Read morePublished on July 15, 2009 by Jonathan B. Adams
Works very good, using to sharpen my chain saw. The old sears chain sharpen just wore out after 15 years. Took the part that is used in the old one and put it on this new one. Read morePublished on June 2, 2009 by James C. Panter
Although I initially liked this product, having had it for several months has opened my eyes to a very serious flaw with this product. Read morePublished on December 9, 2008 by Paul Skogstrom
Good tool. Wanted it for a permanent set up to sharpen chain saw blades. No need for speed changes. Works perfect. I am very happy. Great little second Dremel.Published on August 29, 2008 by Charles Moreton