|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.1 x 4.4 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||7000N5|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year|
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Dremel 7000-N/5 6-Volt Cordless Two-Speed Rotary Tool
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Sharpen chain saw and lawn mower blades and polish metals by using a grinding or sharpening accessory. For non-ferrous materials such as stone, glass, ceramics and porcelain, use Silicon Carbide Grinding Stones to tackle your projects.
6 Volts of Power
Designed to handle light duty jobs such as sanding, shaping and detailing.
Adjust between high or low speed depending on the application.
Cordless and Lightweight
Use anywhere without the need for an electrical outlet. Compact in size for easy handling.
AA Alkaline Batteries
Uses standard AA alkaline batteries to eliminate the need for a battery charger.
What's in the Box?
Grinding/Sharpening: 84922 Silicon carbide grinding stone
Cleaning/Polishing: 414 Felt polishing wheel
Sanding: 407 ½ inch sanding band with mandrel, 432 ½ inch 120 grit, sanding band
Collets/Miscellaneous: 401 Mandrel
2 AA batteries not included
- 7000 two-speed rotary tool
- 5 Accessories
|8220 Series||8100 Series||8050 Series||7700 Series||7300 Series||7000 Series|
|Voltage||12V Max||8V Max||8V Max||7.2||4.8||6|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Ni-Cd||Ni-Cd||AA Alkaline Batteries|
|Speed Range (RPM)||5,000 - 30,000||5,000 - 30,000||5,000 - 28,000||10,000 and 20,000||6,500 and 13,000||7,000 and 14,000|
|Number of Speeds||Variable||Variable||Variable||2||2||2|
|Separate On/Off Speed Control||✓||✓|
|Accessory Change System||EZ Twist Nose Cap||EZ Twist Nose Cap||Wrench||Wrench||Wrench||Wrench|
Top Customer Reviews
Regarding the tool itself, initially I was a bit sceptical about it's power, considering the voltage. When I tried it in work, I was pretty amazed. Believe or not, power is almost same as my corded one! Of course, set of batteries won't make you going whole day, in fact, it won't last you even a half of an hour, but, you can toss in rechargeables and keep yourself going. Please note, with plain 1.2V NiCD or NiMH rechargeables, this tool performs very poorly, due to low voltage. I'm using NiZN rechargeables with it (1.6V), and they work flawlessly!
Overal, very nice tool for it's price. Of course, the plastic quality and build quality is not pro grade, but still enough for any task you may imagine for this tool.
If you're looking for a cordless unit for light jobs or for a Pet Nail Trimmer, buy this one.
My only issue is that it takes 4 AA Alkaline batteries to get to 6 volts and these are not rechargeable. The rechargeable batteries are only rated of 1.2 volts time four batteries would get you to only 4.8 volts. While rechargeable batteries will fit, you will get a reduced voltage which I THINK would result in lower speeds?
I returned this to Amazon and bought the 4.6V version (grey body instead of black). It came with a sealed battery pack and charger base for the pack. Now these batteries have a poor reputation for long life but I found what I consider to be a great work around. I called Dremel and for only $5 pluse $2.50 shipping you can get a battery pack that accepts your 4 AA rechargeable batteries and fits perfectly into the 4.6 volt model. Now I can simply remove the drained batteries from the battery pack, replace them with spare recharged batteries and I am ready to go. And doing this is cheaper than buying a spare sealed 4.6 v pack.
So so much easier to groom his nails and he does not fuss at all.
It's surprisingly quiet -- much quieter than my corded Dremel. And a lot more convenient. No having to set things up or find an extension cord to do a little task.
I do use rechargeable eneloop batteries. They hold their charge for a long time, so the tool is always ready to go. The Dremel is a little underpowered with them, but I'll take the trade off for the convenience.
And I should point out that this tool produces practically zero torque. That means it bogs down and slows down easily under load. If you press down much at all while using it, it's going to slow to a stop. It's not for heavy duty use. It's best for very light grinding or cutting.
For heavier work, I use the corded Dremel. But most of the time, this is the one I'll be reaching for.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect for plastic modeling. I mostly operate at low speed for detailed shaping. If you are an infrequent user rechargeable batteries (especially ni-cad) are a poor choice. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Ken
For anyone trying to choose between this one and the 7300 I suggest you pick this one. I've owned both and the battery on the 7300 is its big weakness. Read morePublished 6 days ago by kandlg
Batteries good dead quickly. Need to change after each use. Does the job though.Published 9 days ago by golden woman
A major downside with this tool, is that it is surprisingly noisy. This dremel also seem cheaply made, with how the batteries holder is fitted onto the tool. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Dag U.
I have the 7300 nicad rechargeable version but its batteries are always dead when I want to use the tool - mainly to trim the claws of my dog. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lloyd_S