|Item Weight||3.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.1 x 7.6 x 3.6 inches|
|Item model number||3962-02|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||5 Years Parts and Labor|
Dremel 3962-02 Multipro 1.15 Amp 5,000 to 35,000 RPM Variable Speed Rotary Tool Kit with 75 Accessories
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I love this Dremel because it has its own case! Very handy to keep all those tiny accessories. You know us women...we want everything organized. Then, I love the easy way you can change out the accessories to change jobs, etc.
You can use this to cut wood, grind, sand, drill, sharpen and polish. There are over 150 different accessories available. That makes it easy to work on metal, ceramic, glass, wood, plastic and other materials.
What I didn't realize is that there are also attachments, like a flexible shaft...sort of like using a "pen." Then there is a "right angle attachment" for certain jobs. WOW, and you can even buy a "router" attachment or a "router table."
This just makes things way too easy :). This is so versatile and fun to use. The size of the Dremel is perfect. It fits right in your hand sort of like an oversized pen. The tip tapers so it is easy to be more precise.
Definitely recommended :)
~The Rebecca Review
The quality of the tool itself is superior! I trust the Dremel name, and the company stands behind their product.
Why is theprogrammer writing a review about the Dremel?? Well, I do other things that don't involve a computer. I have a house to take care of, and I love power tools just like other guys! Everyone needs one of these!
What is really useful and makes the tool indispensable is the fact we can change its jaws (the part that holds on to the attachment) and thus it can hold the really fine drill bits for drilling precise and extremely small holes as required on PCB's for surface mounting integrated circuit and small circuit components. A normal Makita or Panasonic or larger drill cannot hold such small drill bits. And the smaller bits tend to break because of the lesser control and added weight when using the larger drill/drivers. The Dremel is perfect in these cases.
The dremel also packs a punch in terms of power, its extreme high speed and power ensures that you will get the job done. But it does reqire some getting used to. For fine sanding, using the lower speed settings give you very good control. So when it comes to sanding down or polishing a surface, the dremel has no real competition. But mind you, this is for small and precise applications only.
So all in all, you have a tool with immense capability and versatility. You can also buy additional attachments, I tink I saw a 320 attachment set for this tool at a Sam's club store. It is a terrific tool, and you will find use for it, no matter what. But I think the price is a bit too high at present, will wait till the ptice falls a bit.
N.B. This model has a 1.15amp current rating, you also have a 2.0amp model (more juice = more power), also craftsman makes an equally good tool, at a slightly cheaper price. Shop around a little.
Perfect for moding a computer case, trimming down some tiles and basic woodwork.
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The tool its self is nic and works well with plenty of torque. Not really for very fine work or engraving the Scribe is for that. Read morePublished on March 11, 2009 by G. Robinson
By now everyone should konw about the Dremel and what it can do. Im very happy I found one for such a great price. Read morePublished on June 15, 2008 by S. Townsend
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This is perfect for woman to use. I held it, used it and was very satisfied. Upon mentioning this to other females they too said they were going to look at this products. THANKSPublished on July 23, 2005 by logo
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