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Dremel 4486 MultiPro Keyless Chuck

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  • Steel
  • Made in USA or Imported
  • Chuck allows quick and easy accessory changes without changing collets
  • Accepts accessories with 1/32-inch to 1/8-inch shanks
  • For use with Dremel rotary tool models 275, 285, 395, 398
  • Also for use with models 750, 770 and 781
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Dremel 4486 MultiPro Keyless Chuck + Dremel 225-01 Flex Shaft Attachment + Dremel 220-01 Rotary Tool Work Station
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 4486
Product Dimensions3.8 x 1.7 x 1 inches
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Item model number4486
ColorGrey/Black
MaterialSteel
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty DescriptionManufacturer
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB0000302ZV
Best Sellers Rank #213 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 1, 2008
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Dremel MultiPro chuck allows you to quickly and easily change accessories on your Dremel MultiPro rotary tool without having to change collets. It accepts accessories with 1/32-Inch to 1/8-Inch shanks and is for use with Dremel rotary tool models 275, 285, 395, 398, 750, 770 and 781.The thread size is 0.280" - 40".

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Customer Reviews

Fits and works perfectly with my B&D rotary tool.
Amazon Customer
Definitely an item worth buying for your shiney new dremel, it just makes multi-bit projects that much easier.
Rebecca Van Buren
I like this keyless chuck makes it easy to change bits no looking for a wrench.
Wyatt C.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

201 of 210 people found the following review helpful By JD on June 17, 2001
It really works and is by far the most valuable accessory for the Dremel. It closes down to near 0 for the smallest of drill bits (much smaller than a sewing needle) yet still holds larger bits than the "large" hex collet. It is well made and durable, withstanding everything from concrete and tile dust to oily metal shavings. It must be tightened with considerable force to resist slipping under heavy use but that's to be expected.
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121 of 126 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 13, 2002
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I don't understand why Dremel doesn't include this great little chuck as a standard accessory with all their Multi-Tools. It is so much easier, faster and less frustrating than fumbling with the tiny collet and wrench that the tools come equipped with. If you change bits on your Dremel often, as most do, you will quickly come to appreciate this chuck. As for me, the 4486 is comparable to the Flex-Shaft as one of the single most worthwhile attachments available for adding versatility and convenience to my Dremel tool.
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142 of 150 people found the following review helpful By Charles W. Long VINE VOICE on May 2, 2002
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This chuck (which I consider to be essential) greatly enhances the convenience of any Dremel. You might be tempted to save the old collet device this chuck replaces, but before long you will discard it as useless trash. I do a lot of really miniature work and I find the chuck to be great for holding things as small as a 1/64th inch drill. I have one on each of my 3 Dremels.
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74 of 82 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 1, 2003
While I do like the conevience of the chuck, it does not rotate 100% true. This causes a very slight wobble at the tip of any drill bit. I have tried 2 different chucks, but both yield the same results. I only use the chuck when absolute precision isn't required.
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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Dance Day and Night on October 23, 2008
Several other reviewers have commented on the tendency of this keyless chuck to wobble and loosen in use. In some 20 years of use of this accessory, I've also found this to be the case (the tool bit works loose during use about 1/3 of the time), but have also found that this is particularly dangerous at high tool speeds. I recently had the keyless chuck vibrate loose while using a cut-off disk. Despite the fact that I felt a vibration in the tool and hurriedly moved to shut it down, by the time I did so, the mandrel had walked its way nearly fully out of the chuck, bent sharply sideways, but luckily stayed stuck in the chuck jaws long enough for me to shut down the tool. Despite the fact that cut-off wheels are extemely light, the mandrel was dramatically bent to some 30 degrees. I can barely imagine at what velocity the mandrel would have shot off had it not snagged in the chuck jaws. Lightweight but high velocity objects can cause severe injury, so if you intend to use this thing, I recommend that you save it only for low-speed applications. Stick to the collet chucks for high speeds -- I personally have never, in some 20 years, seen one of these get loose while working with the Dremel.
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50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Zagnorch on August 21, 2000
I consider the MultiPro chuck to be the best accessory ever made for the Dremel tool. When you're doing work that requires constant bit changes, the changing of collets to fit a bit of a particular diameter becomes a real frustration, and wastes time. So, needless to say, an adjustable chuck is a real boon for these kinds of jobs. Just loosen it to remove one bit, pop in another, tighten, and vwah-lah! The collet nut and collets become pretty much obsolete.
The chuck may seem somewhat pricey, but when you consider the time you'll save and the convenience you'll enjoy, it's well worth the extra investment.
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Blondie59 on July 16, 2007
This is a really nice idea from Dremel that is supposed to make changing bits a lot faster. And that it does. Plus it is very well made. However, I stopped using it as no matter how hard you tighten it, it loosens up and the bit begins to wobble (not a good thing at 5000 rpm). Then you have to stop and retighten. So it's too much of a bother. I do not recommend this item.
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59 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Maurice Lafferty on February 21, 2006
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An adjustable drill chuck for the Dremel power tool is a brilliant concept. Unfortunately the manufacturing precision is less than brilliant. I purchased the chuck for diamond drilling my wife's quartz crystals and gem stones in a water bath. The chuck jaws are eccentric (out of true) and a 1 mm diamond drill tip actually moves in a noticeably larger circle. This makes it difficult to start the drill in a hard surface and also causes water to be splashed about when drilling. I have owned large drill presses which are much closer to being true than this chuck. It might work OK for softer materials but I don't understand why it couldn't have been manufactured true in the first place.
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