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Dremel 6800-01 Trio Rotary Tool Kit

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  • Handle pivots 90-degrees for superior comfort and control
  • On-board dust extraction port to maintain a clean workplace
  • Non-marring base to protect delicate work pieces
  • Vriable-speed switch of 10,000-20,000 RPM for greater versatility and optimal control
  • Telescoping foot for accurate depth control while cutting, sanding, and routing
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 6800-02
Item Weight5.2 pounds
Product Dimensions15.5 x 4.5 x 10.5 inches
OriginUSA
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Item model number6800-02
Size1
ColorBlue
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description30 Day Money Back Guarantee - 1 year warranty
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB003HIWR2Q
Best Sellers Rank #15,880 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 30, 2010
  
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Product Description

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Innovative and user-friendly, the Dremel Trio is the ideal tool for all your cutting, sanding, and routing needs. Thanks to its unique 360-degree cutting technology and plunge-cut ability, the Trio creates quick and controlled cuts in a wide range of materials, and its ergonomic pivoting handle improves accuracy and increases comfort. Plus, the Dremel Trio Tool Kit contains attachments for tackling a variety of home improvement projects.

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Trio Tool Kit
At a Glance
  • Multipurpose tool cuts, sands, and routs

  • Telescoping foot for accurate depth control

  • 360-degree cutting allows clean plunge cuts in any direction

  • Operates at speeds from 10,000 to 20,000 rpm for optimum control

  • 90-degree pivoting ergonomic handle for comfort

  • Two-year limited warranty
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Dremel Trio Tool Kit
360-degree cutting allows clean plunge cuts in any direction. View larger.
Dremel Trio Tool Kit

Operates at speeds from 10,000 to 20,000 rpm for optimum control. View larger.
360-Degree Cutting for Accuracy and Control
Designed to cut through wood, plastic, drywall, sheet metal, and wall tile, the Trio's innovative 360-degree cutting bits allow you to start your cut anywhere and in any direction without repositioning--no more stopping and starting when navigating tricky areas. And high-speed spiral cutting results in smoother edges that require less sanding--meaning less work for you.

In addition, the Trio operates at speeds from 10,000 to 20,000 rpm, so you can set the correct speed for the job and get improved control and precision. A lock-on button allows convenient, continuous operation without holding down the trigger.

Pivoting Handle for Greater Comfort
The pivoting handle on the Dremel Trio can be positioned straight-up or at a 90-degree angle, allowing you to work on both vertical and horizontal surfaces with ease. Multiple ergonomic grip zones provide maximum comfort, even after extended use.

Accessories to Help with a Variety of Projects
The Dremel Tool Kit comes with accessories for cutting, sanding, and routing. Other available Trio accessories include sanding bands, a hard wood and sheet metal bit, wall tile cutting bit, router bits, compact depth guide, dust port adaptor, and a circle cutter/edge guide.

The Dremel Trio is warranted against defective material or workmanship for a period of two years from date of purchase.

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
Trio Tool, Sanding Mandrel and assorted sanding bands, Multi-Purpose Cutting Bit, Hard Wood/Sheet Metal Bit, Tile Cutting Bit, Speed Router Bits, Circle/Straight Edge Guide, wrench, collet, and case.


Dremel Trio Tool Kit

The Dremel Tool Kit comes with accessories for cutting, sanding, and routing.


Important Information

Bulb Voltage
120.00 Volts

Customer Reviews

It is great for for home repairs and craft projects.
GREG L PHILLIPS
I found that it made a very clean cut and was easy to guide free handed with out burning the wood.
John A. Smith
It can't use normal dremel bits, nor normal router bits.
B. Rutledge

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

159 of 163 people found the following review helpful By J. P. Gourinat on September 6, 2010
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The description in the pre-order of this underpowered mini router did not mentioned it can use only proprietary costly bits which break like glass rods at those high working speeds. The [[ASIN:B000ANQHTA Bosch PR20EVSK Colt Palm Grip 5.7 Amp 1-Horsepower Fixed-Base Variable-Speed Router with Edge Guide] , which I just bought from Amazon for $ 115, and which is not much more bulky, compares to it like a Porsche to a go-kart. Thanks to Amazon great service, I'm returning this lemon-conception Dremel. This company released fantastic tools in the past, but this time it looks like they missed their goal.
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307 of 326 people found the following review helpful By B. Rutledge on September 2, 2010
Be aware that many of the products that show up in the "other things people who bought this have purchased" section do NOT fit this tool. Not good - this tool only uses special bis that fit in the 3/16 collet. It can't use normal dremel bits, nor normal router bits. So it is an underpowered baby router with a TINY selection of expensive special bits (that break easily). I like the handle and base design, and wanted to like the product - but the special bits will make it almost worthless.
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198 of 212 people found the following review helpful By Sistertex on August 29, 2010
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When I first saw the commercial for the Dremel Trio on TV my first thought was `cool!' but then I thought `that looks a little like free handing with a router', which I have had bad results doing. When my wife got the chance to review one for Vine I was thrilled. After using it a couple of time it turns out my initial impression was pretty close. Our big project this weekend was to use it do a cutout for the heating register in the ½ inch laminate flooring we helped my daughter and her husband install. The tool did the job, but not without some problems. I think the ½ inch laminate was too much for the tool/bit. I was using the TR561 Multi-purpose bit and halfway through the first cut the bit broke. It was having a hard time going through the material and I was pushing too hard. I also had the depth set deeper than it need to be. New bit, less depth and less pressure and I was able to finish it fine, although the last third or so of the cut was really slow going. I don't know if the laminate was dulling the bit or fouling it, but there was a lot of smoke the last 6 inches. The next thing we tried it for was to cut a notch. We cut the two side cuts with a straight saw and then tried to do the inside cut with the Trio. Broke the bit again. With all of these cuts I used some sort of guide to run the tool along. With the register cut it was a 2x4 I keeled on. With the notch I tried the side fence. It is very difficult to use this thing free hand. I was not able to do it, although I am by no means a wood worker.

Pros:
- Well designed, comfortable tool.
- Kit includes a great case with spots for everything including bits and the manual.
- The kit includes a side fence, which can also be used to cut circles (which I haven't tried).
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Wanting one of these for Christmas but not being able to decide which was best, I got into a long conversation with the manager at my Home Improvement store who did me the kindness of allowing me to borrow 2 shelf models for 2 weeks (with a credit card deposit I got back upon return) in return for giving them a thorough review on how both worked for their sales staff.

Score.

It paid off being an Amazon reviewer on that day.

I have always been able to find friends or family with items I wished to compare in the past but no one I know owns either of these so I was stumped until I found a win/win in staff training, a thorough review, and my getting to try them out.

I will say in advance I was not given anything free nor any discounts on the eventual purchase of either of these, and I did have to return both models at the end of my tests so I have no incentive to have a preference over either model.

And I had no preference going in.

So what two models did I compare?

Dremel 6800-01 /Trio Rotary Tool

Bosch PR20EVSIC

Why did I want one and a bit of background on me:
I am always doing home projects. I am a subscriber to many home improvement magazines and am never without a project. However, I'm not a tool wiz either although I'm great at building things with more "everyday" tools. Cutting and things like that, however, always had to be done by someone else.

So I decided to step it up a notch and this makes it so easy.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By John A. Smith on December 30, 2010
After reading reviews on Amazon, I almost took my Dremel Trio back because I thought maybe that I wasn't getting a good tool that I could use to do wood working. But after reading and studying the reviews a little closer, I came to the conclusion that most people giving negative reviews either didn't know how to use power tools, didn't read instructions or were trying to make the Dremel Trio to be something it wasn't. I read quite a few reviews that indicated that the power in the dremel was a problem and it burned wood every time that it was used to cut thicker wood. On my inital use, I set it up to cut a 3/4 inch board to see how it cut the board, even though Dremel clearly states that the maximum cutting with is 1/2 inch board. It doesn't cut wood as fast as my table saw, but then again it isn't a table saw. I found that it made a very clean cut and was easy to guide free handed with out burning the wood. I can only assume that in cases where people have broke bits or burnt wood that they were trying to cut the wood either too fast or too slow. I can say that I'm not all that impressed with the plunging part of the Dremel Trio and would agree that it would have been better with springs and might have been nice to have a lockdown button to lock with the spring, but it is does work alright without a spring. I keep hearing the arguement that it's a mini-underpowered router. I disagree. I think it has enough power to do the job that it was intented for. It has 2 AMPs just like the better Dremels, and as for the router part. Well, I own two routers and I use them to route wood; both have an 1/4 shank. My rotary dremel, not the TRIO, drills holes in wood, clean, scraps and minor cutting; it has a a 1/8 shank.Read more ›
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