The 225 expands the capabilities of a Dremel rotary tool, allowing precise fingertip control.
With a five-inch bend radius, the tools easily accesses tight spaces.View larger.
The 225 is perfect for detailed work such as carving, metal polishing, and glass engraving.View larger.
Designed to expand the use of your Dremel rotary tool, the 225 allows fingertip control for polishing, carving, sanding, engraving, and more. Adding this attachment to a corded rotary tool puts tight spots, nooks, and corners in easy reach--an especially important feature for intricate detail work that demands exceptional precision and control.
Handpiece for Long-term Comfort; Shaft Lock for Quick Changes
The 225 features a comfort grip handpiece that allows for exceptional fingertip control, and helps minimize wrist and hand fatigue during extended use. And when it's time to change accessories, the integrated shaft lock button simplifies the process so you can quickly return to your work.
Five-Inch Radius and 36-inch Length for Better Access to Tight Spaces
To help save time, the 225 attaches to your rotary tool in mere seconds, and its five-inch bend radius lets you work at different angles without having to constantly adjust your position or change accessories. Measuring 36 inches long with a 3/8-inch diameter, the cable lets you access tight, narrow spaces and confined areas.
Flexible Design for Intricate Work
The 225 is ideal for intricate, finely detailed work. Whether you're sanding a door on a miniature model train car, repairing a fragile musical instrument, polishing a silver tea set or a stone and metal ring, or engraving a delicate piece of glass, this attachment lets you get as close as you need to without having to work at awkward and uncomfortable angles.
The 225 accepts up to 1/8-inch shank accessories and comes with a square drive nut and helpful instruction booklet.
About Dremel: A History of Brilliance and Innovation
Founded in 1932 in Racine, Wisconsin, Dremel is the industry leader in rotary tools. The company owes its success to the inventive genius of its founder and namesake, Albert J. Dremel. In his lifetime, Mr. Dremel owned 55 patents on a wide range of products from electric erasers to a gas-powered rotary lawn mower. His most famous and important invention was a high-speed rotary tool, dubbed the Dremel Moto-Tool. Compact, lightweight, and perfect for a wide range of jobs, the rotary tool was an immediate hit with hobbyists and eventually became accepted as one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century. Today, the Dremel name remains synonymous with utility, durability, and innovation.
What's in the Box
Flex attachment, square drive nut, and instruction booklet