Lightweight, Compact Design Fits in Tight Spaces
The 7700-02 measures 12.2 x 7.9 x 4.0 inches (WxHxD) and features a compact, easy-to-hold design that lets you get into corners and tight spaces that traditional drills often can't reach. The tool's lightweight plastic housing ensures durability while also minimizing wrist and hand fatigue, especially during all-day jobs.
Cordless, Two-Speed Design for Versatility and Control
Thanks to its cordless design, the 7700-02 is always ready at a moment's notice. Its choice of two speeds (5,000 and 10,000 RPM) gives you ultimate control, letting you match the right speed to the job, even when working in narrow spaces or with small objects like beads, stones, or miniatures.
Ball-Bearing Shaft for Smooth Operation; Shaft-Lock Button for Easy Bit Changes
Featuring a ball-bearing shaft for smooth, low-vibration operation, the 7700-02 provides quiet, comfortable performance. It also offers the user-friendly bonus of a shaft-lock button and unique knurled collet nut to make changing bits a snap--no wrench required!
With the 7700-02 there's no limit to what you can do around the house, on a boat, and in your car--anywhere and everywhere there's a project to be completed, this versatile tool is ready to take it on. Make minor vehicle repairs, cut through steel legs, groom your dog's nails, and refinish detailed woodwork on an antique frame or around your windows. You can also use the 7700-02 as a cleaning tool to remove old grout in your bathtub, polish flatware, sand off rust or grime, clean boat or car engine parts, or remove broken tile. You can even install a mortise lock, hang miniblinds, or etch glass with this incredibly versatile little helper--the possibilities are endless.
About Dremel: A History of Brilliance and Innovation
Founded in 1932 in Racine, Wisconsin, Dremel is the current industry leader in rotary tools. 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
Rotary tool, an assortment of 50 accessories, a three-hour charger, and a carrying case.