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Dremel 1200-01 Glue Gun Kit

by Dremel

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  • Anti-drip tip with silicone protector
  • Red and Green LED indicator lights
  • Dual Temperature settings with separate On/Off switch
  • Soft-grip handle and extended trigger
  • Kickstand and wide base
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 1200-01
Item Weight1.4 pounds
Product Dimensions7.8 x 1.7 x 7.5 inches
Item model number1200-01
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 Year Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB000FBK43W
Best Sellers Rank #271,693 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 2, 2004
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Many glue guns get the job done for serious crafters and DIY'ers, but only the Dremel 1200 Glue Gun has taken the hassle out of this popular tool. The anti-drip tip of the Dremel Glue Gun reduces glue drip for a cleaner work area and wastes less glue. The silicone cover surrounding the tip protects against accidental burns. Red and green LED lights tell you when the Dremel 1200 Glue Gun is "ON" and "Ready-to-use"...taking the guesswork out of ideal temperature. Depending on your project and glue type, you can select from two temperature settings with the Dual Temperature switch plus a separate On/Off switch so you won't have to unplug the glue gun to turn it off. Dremel has also made this glue gun more comfortable to use with a soft-grip handle and extended three finger trigger which needs less effort to release the glue. To keep your work area safer, the kickstand and wide base prevent the glue gun from accidentally tipping over.

Product Description

Many glue guns get the job done for serious crafters and DIY'ers, but only the Dremel 1200 Glue Gun has taken the hassle out of this popular tool. The anti-drip tip of the Dremel Glue Gun reduces glue drip for a cleaner work area and wastes less glue. The silicone cover surrounding the tip protects against accidental burns. Red and green LED lights tell you when the Dremel 1200 Glue Gun is "ON" and "Ready-to-use"...taking the guesswork out of ideal temperature. Depending on your project and glue type, you can select from two temperature settings with the Dual Temperature switch plus a separate On/Off switch so you won't have to unplug the glue gun to turn it off. Dremel has also made this glue gun more comfortable to use with a soft-grip handle and extended three finger trigger which needs less effort to release the glue. To keep your work area safer, the kickstand and wide base prevent the glue gun from accidentally tipping over.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is the best glue gun we ever had.
Alexandra C.
Unfortunately, after releasing the trigger, the glue continues to flow from the tip.
Scary Jerry
I should have returned it, but thought I might be using it wrong.
Alli Miller

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By ScOObydoo VINE VOICE on December 29, 2007
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Over the years I've had several glue guns, from the $4.99 ones to larger $15 models, but none of them come close to what the Dremel has to offer.

1) It feels sturdy and has a nice flat surface below the cord to keep it upright plus a one-finger release of the stand on the front

2) It has 2 temperature settings. I can see "low" being handy for arts and crafts, but for a good bond on plastic "high" is perfect. Once glued the sticks are really well bonded, unlike some of the cheaper models

3) Several glue tips are included, for different styles of work

4) A nice large trigger makes pushing the sticks through easy work

Some minor cons; the "anti drip" feature doesn't really work, you'll still get some dripping so make sure the tip is over something to catch the glue. On "high" it takes around 6 minutes to heat up, which is pretty long, but like I said before; hot glue bonds better.

All in all a very nice kit for a low price, save yourself the hassle of a bad glue gun and get this one. It'll last for years.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Bonnie on January 3, 2009
I frequently use glue guns in my work and searched and searched for one that was well designed - my search is over now that I have found the Dremel. This was obviously user-designed.

The features I was looking for were:

1) Stability - most glue guns have wimpy wire stands and easily tip over. The Dremel has a large, flat 'heel' and large plastic 'kick-stand' that keep the gun from tipping over. The stand locks into position against the body of the gun when not in use and is easily released with a push of a button. Also, the cord is well located and very flexible which contributes to the stability.

2) Drip-less - As others have mentioned, it is not 100% drip-less, but mine has very minimal dripping - less than others I've used. Also, it's important to read the instructions. The drip-less feature is only activated when the stand is in the down position. If you lay the gun on it's side with the stand up it will drip a lot - you have to put the stand down to decrease the flow of glue.

3) On/Off switch - This is the only glue gun I've found that has an on/off switch. It is nice not to have to pull the plug between uses.

4) Indicator lights. This is a nice touch.

Even though this is not a mini glue gun, it is light weight and very trim, making it very comfortable to handle. Plus there are three tips for different applications and they are very easy to change.

Oh...did I mention the price? I would have paid twice the amount for the quality this product offers - but happy I didn't have to!

Thanks Dremel for putting so much thought into the design of this glue gun!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Gary Johnson on July 14, 2009
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I bought 2 of these on Amazon. This is the best glue gun ever made. Used every day for a year and still working fine. Buy this product,You will not go wrong. ALL glue guns drip a little. Heat melts glue, I get it. Less than $25 with FREE shipping. How can you go wrong. Take care, Gary
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By xmetalmaniac on April 22, 2008
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I was skeptical that this item would meet my needs. Dremel is known for it's rotary micro tools, so after some research into the best one for my needs, I'm glad I got it. It heats up quick, you can visually know it is ready by it's indicator lights. Dual temp. is a must and it works well on this model. I like the retractible stand which is spring loaded. All glue guns drip a little, and this is no exception. However it has the best performance out of any I have used in the past. Dremel- 5 stars for a well done product!!!!!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dustin J. Fender on November 24, 2008
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This glue gun works very well and I am quite happy with it having used it for several projects now. It takes a little time to warm up to the point where it "says" it is ready with it's status lights, but keeps going til the project is done after warming up. I am happy with all aspects of this item except the anti-drip feature. Although it does drip considerably less than other glue guns I have used in the past, it is still going to drip some, so keep that in mind and watch where you put it down.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Darcey Kosolofski on September 5, 2008
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I use this product for minor "around the house" things and it does just fine. I have had no problems with it and would buy it again in a second.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Buck R. Cash on August 6, 2009
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It drips. Put something under it before you turn it on and use it until it's cooled off unless you don't mind hot glue on surfaces you can't or wouldn't easily throw away. That didn't make or break the product for me, but it has to be said because their description is misleading, to say the least.

It comes with different nozzles, has two heat settings, stands on it's own fine and the kickstand works well. A built in on switch so it doesn't have to be unplugged to shut if off is nice. It's got a work light, but I think it would have been better to position it over the glue coming out, rather than below it, unless you work with the side of the gun facing you. A red and green light tell you when the temp is optimal. Overall, I'm happy with the product.
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By saxman on April 24, 2008
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I am disappointed in Dremel. The 1200 has a light, two temperature settings, is ergonomically designed to feel good in your hand and do a good job.
The problem is that it takes way too long to heat up. When it does it drips glue all over the place. If this was an isolated incident it would be acceptible, but I bought two of these lemons for work. We hate to use them because of the dripping. I have to put a piece of cardboard under it to keep it from making a big mess.
I previously had Arrow Fastener glue guns. No light, no dual temp setting, just a simple glue gun and stand with a drip catcher. It didnt drip that much however. Too bad they got old and needed to be replaced.
I give it three stars because it heats up and glues. Whats with the light anyway? A lot of people glue in the dark and need a blue light?
saxman
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