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Dremel 300-1/24 300 Series Variable-Speed Rotary Tool Kit

by Dremel

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  • Variable speed from 5,000 to 35,000 rpm
  • Lightweight design for comfort during prolonged use
  • Comfort-grip housing for easier handling and better tool control
  • Dovetail feature for Dremel-exclusive attachments
  • Click-and-set power switch allows precise speed selection
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 300-1-24
Item Weight8.2 pounds
Product Dimensions11.7 x 9 x 3 inches
OriginMade in USA or Imported
Item model number300-1/24
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Sizepocket size
Power Sourceac
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsattachments
Batteries Included?No
Warranty DescriptionYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB002BAHFBE
Best Sellers Rank #68,144 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMay 29, 2009
  
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Perfect for the do-it-yourselfer or anyone who is new to rotary tools, the Dremel 300-1/24 Variable-Speed Rotary Kit helps you complete a wide range of household, fine art, and repair projects. The rotary tool itself features an updated design for optimum comfort and control, as well as variable-speed control that allows you to set the speed of the tool to match specific accessories or tasks. The versatile rotary tool comes with a case, 24 accessories, and a circle cutter attachment--so you're ready to tackle whatever project you dream up next.

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300 Series
Variable-Speed Rotary Tool
At a Glance:
  • Fits easily into tight or narrow spaces
  • Operates at any speed from 5,000 to 35,000 rpm
  • Lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue and improves control
  • Comes with case, 24 accessories, and a circle cutter attachment
  • 4-year limited warranty
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Dremel 300-1/24 300 Series Variable Speed Rotary Tool Kit

Unlike traditional drills, grinders, or saws, the 300 easily fits into tight spaces.
Dremel 300-1/24 300 Series Variable Speed Rotary Tool Kit
The click-and-set on/off switch allows for precise speed selection, ensuring smooth, continuous performance. View larger.

Dremel 300-1/24 300 Series Variable Speed Rotary Tool Kit

Comfort-grip housing provides optimum handling and control for intricate work.
Compact Design for Multiple Functions, Even in Tight Spaces
Ideal for first-time users and those who want the convenience of versatile operation in one compact tool, the 300 Series Variable-Speed Rotary Tool cuts, drills, sands, polishes, and grinds, making it a must-have for home repair enthusiasts and hobbyists. And unlike traditional drills, grinders, or saws, the 300 easily fits into tight or narrow spaces.

Variable Speeds to Match the Correct Speed to the Job
The 300 is a variable-speed tool, which means it can operate at any speed from 5,000 to 35,000 rpm. This makes it a snap to match the job with the correct speed, giving you improved control. Additionally, the click-and-set on/off switch allows for precise speed selection, ensuring smooth, continuous performance.

Lightweight Design for Comfortable Long-Term Use
Because it weighs only 18 ounces, the 300 is easy to handle and hold. Its compact design helps minimize wrist and hand fatigue, even after prolonged use. For added convenience, the comfort-grip housing provides optimum handling and control, especially during intricate work. Additionally, the 6-foot cord provides plenty of reach, and on-board tool storage keeps your wrench close at hand.

24 Accessories for Incredible Versatility
The 300 features a dove-tail feature that allows for use of Dremel-exclusive attachments. The rotary tool comes complete with 24 accessories that let you take on an incredible variety of jobs, from grooming your dog's nails to building a model airplane. You can also repair furniture, polish stones for jewelry making, clean and polish flatware, build furniture for a doll house, refinish an intricate vintage wood frame, sharpen hedge trimmer blades, engrave wood or glass, and much, much more.

Versatile Tool That's Built to Last
The 300 operates at 1.15 amps on 120 AC/50 - 60 Hz for general applications. The cool-running ball-bearing construction provides smooth and quiet operation, and replaceable motor brushes extend the tool's life.

The Dremel 300-1/24 Variable-Speed Rotary Kit is backed by a four-year limited warranty.

About Dremel: A History of Brilliance and Innovation
Founded in 1932 in Racine, Wisconsin, Dremel is the industry's rotary tool leader. 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
300 Series Variable-Speed Rotary Tool, 678-01 Circle Cutter Attachment, 191 High-Speed Cutter, 401 Mandrel, 402 Mandrel, 403 Bristle Brush, 407 Coarse 1/2-Inch Sanding Drum, two 414 Small Felt Wheels, two 420 Heavy-Duty Emery Cut-Off Wheels, 421 Polishing Compound, 422 Cone Polishing Tip, 426 1-1/4-Inch Fiberglass-Reinforced Cut-Off Wheel, 428 Carbon Steel Brush, 429 Large Felt Wheel, 430 Coarse 1/4-Inch Sanding Drum, 432 1/2-Inch 120-Grit Sanding Band, 438 1/4-Inch 120-Grit Sanding Band, 442 Carbon Steel Brush, 540 1-1/4-Inch Cut-Off Wheel, 561 MultiPurpose Cutting Bit, 932 Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone, 952 Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone, 8193 5/8-Inch Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone, 85422 Silicon Carbide Grinding Stone, and Carrying Case.


Dremel 300-1/24 300 Series Variable Speed Rotary Tool Kit
The 300-1/24 300 Series Variable Speed Rotary Tool Kit includes 24 accessories,
so you're ready to tackle whatever project you dream up next.

Product Description

Includes 300 Series Variable Speed Tool Kit with 24 Accessories - 300-1/24, Circle Cutter attachment, High-Speed Cutter - 191, Mandrel - 401, Mandrel - 402, Bristle Brush - 403, Coarse 1/2-in Sanding Drum - 407, (2) Small Felt Wheels - 414, (2) Heavy-Duty Emery Cut-Off Wheels - 420, Small Polishing Compound - 421, Cone Polishing Tip - 422, 1-1/4-in Fiberglass Cut-Off Wheel - 426, 3/4-in Carbon Steel Brush - 428, Large Felt Wheel - 429, 1/4-in Coarse Sanding Drum - 430, (3) 1/2-in Fine Sanding Bands - 432, (3) 1/4-in Fine Sanding Bands - 438, Carbon Steel Brush - 442, 1-1/4-in Cut-Off Wheel - 540, MultiPurpose Bit - 561, Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone - 932, Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone - 952, 5/8-in Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone - 8193, Silicon Carbide Grinding Stone - 85422

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This tool is very versatile.
caretaker1963
It works very well for any minor projects and the many attachments make it a great tool for crafts!
Robert H. Norwich
This little tool does so many jobs you will never stop finding uses for it.
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49 of 50 people found the following review helpful By M. Cheshire on January 28, 2011
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I have an old Dremel 395, and I recently purchase a 4000 and most recently this 300 series kit. These are all being put to use in an electronics station I've built for different purposes. By far, my old 395 is a far, far better built and more precise tool. You can even tell by the weight of the old 395 that it is a tougher tool. The 4000 is a decent tool, but the feel of it is just light, and cheap, but at least the shaft seems to be centered and true. This 300 I just bought has a very noticeable wobble and bind to the shaft, and I called Dremel about this issue. I was surprised by their attitude and the response of "Dremels are not precision tools". Basically, the conversation ended with "if you don't like it, return it to the store" and was left with a feeling they have tossed quality out the window to save money on production, and it doesn't concern them. I was going to use the 300 in the Dremel workstation's drill press I bought for use with very small drill bit work on circuit cards, but the wobble is so bad I know it will snap the bits. Instead, the 4000 I bought will be used on the drill press, and I have decided to use this 300 instead with the flex shaft I bought since it doesn't seem to impede it's operation any, so that will be it's job from now on. Very, very disappointed with you Dremel. You were always better than this. Also... I would like to note that many of their grinding bits are poorly centered now and off balance. If Dremel doesn't get their act together, they'll gain a reputation of poor quality, and that's hard to shake. I'll be looking elsewhere on the internet for old 395's from now.
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56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By J. Aslanian on February 16, 2010
This tool works as expected, flawlessly. I picked up two high speed cutters for use on a custom air filter backplate. Speed variability seems like it would fit anyone's needs. The cord on it was around 3-4' long. The bits with it are nice, but if you are looking for something in particular you can probably find a more suitable one. Only complaint is that it doesn't always seem to turn on at the lowest setting. This isn't really a problem since you can turn it on higher and slow it down. I am not sure if I got one with a finicky switch or not. Regardless I would buy again.

Got it from a local dealer because I didn't want to wait for shipment, however amazon was cheaper.
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Patrick W. Damiani on May 12, 2011
This is the first "dremel" tool I've ever owned. I've had it for less than a year, and I've already used it to do a variety of jobs around the house -- mostly involving cutting openings in drywall. It is very durable and comes with basically one of each bit. Replacements are sold separately, like at Lowes. I've used it for lawn mower sharpening, cutting copper pipe, old-job box installs, etc.

My only issue with this tool, and it may be true for all "dremel" tools across the board, is that there is no dead-man-switch. There is absolutely no safety on this device what so ever. Imagine if your corded/cordless electric drill had a top-mounted On-switch instead of a trigger. Or your circular saw just kept whirling away if you released your hand. Now, imagine what would happen if you just happened to drop it while using it. Yeah! That's this tool! The bit spins so fast! This thing would easily go through flesh without even thinking about it. It could easily scratch and mark metal, wood, stone, plastic, anything! If you dropped it, it could easily mean the start of a very bad day!

The first time I turned it on, the bit shot out across the room because I failed to tighten it. That was my error - I admit that. My pregnant wife was in the room at the time. No one was hurt, but that could have been a very different story. I've since taken very specific actions to use gloves, glasses, muffs, and make sure anyone not needed is well out of the way. All the safety equipment and forethought aside, you could still drop it accidentally. Slips a little, you instinctually react and reach for it. The device is rather small; your hand's rather big. Boohoo for you.

I'm not saying that you shouldn't get it.
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113 of 139 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 3, 2010
I have bought 3 Dremel tools over the years, and none has stood up to moderate use. Usually the speed control goes: either the tool will only run at top speed, or, in the current 300-series models, it quits altogether. Also, the ball bearings Dremel boasts about are not sealed, so they fail due to the dust from whatever you're cutting or grinding getting into them.

No other power tool is so fragile or short-lived: you can get a decent 3/8" electric drill or an angle grinder for about the same amount of money, and they'll last forever. If drills failed so easily, the customers would riot and nobody would buy the company's product. To be fair, I've had the same experience with a Ryobi rotary tool I bought about ten years ago. But it was cheap -- only about $20 -- so I didn't feel quite so shafted when it stopped working.

With the Dremel, you pay a high price for a shoddy product. If you could replace the parts that go bad, that might be bearable. It used to be that you could buy replacement parts. Of course, you couldn't just replace the ball bearings with decent sealed ones -- because you couldn't get them off the armature. You had to buy a whole new armature.

But now, you don't even have that option. Dremel has stopped making replacement parts available!

So now, when the machine packs up, that's it: your expensive Dremel is now a piece of useless disposable junk. Your investment is down the toilet. Dremel talks a big game about quality, etc., but they treat their customers with utter contempt.

As for me, I guess I'm going to have to bite the bullet and shell out hundreds for a Foredom or something equivalent. They're even more expensive, and they're not as easy to use for my purposes, but they have a reputation for holding up. We'll see.
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