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Dremel 7700-02 MultiPro 7.2-Volt 20,000 RPM Two-Speed Rotary Tool with 50 Accessories

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  • Cordless rotary tool with 50 accessories; 7.2-volts; two speeds (5,000 and 10,000 rpm)
  • Ball-bearing shaft for smooth, low-vibration operation; bit changes with no wrench
  • Lightweight, durable plastic housing
  • Includes rotary tool, 50 accessories, 3-hour charger, case
  • Lightweight 9-ounces; 2-year warranty
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Product Description

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7.2V Cordless Multipro Rotary Tool, 2 Speed 7,500/15,000 RPM, Provides Versatility Anywhere, Ball Bearing Motor Design, Includes Charger, 25 Accessories & Soft Bag.

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Perfect for do-it-yourselfers, the Dremel 7700-02 MultiPro Two-Speed Rotary Tool with 50 Accessories is an easy-to-handle, versatile tool that lets you tackle an endless variety of light-to-medium repair, renovation, or crafting jobs. This handy two-speed tool provides the same great performance as the standard MultiPro, but without the bulk and hassle of cords. It also comes with 50 accessories, including a felt polishing wheel, a bristle brush, a high-speed cutter, and more--so you're always ready to start your next project.

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!

Unlimited Uses--Anywhere
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.

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Technical Details
Part Number 7700-2
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions12.2 x 7.9 x 4 inches
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Item model number7700-02
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
  
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Additional Information
ASINB0000302Y2
Best Sellers Rank #278,055 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableMay 7, 2001
  
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3.9 out of 5 stars

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196 of 200 people found the following review helpful By MuxDux on July 1, 2000
This is an incredibly useful tool, and I've found the selection of attachments which accompanies it to be quite good. I bought this to use on a boat and I've found a million things to repair I didn't know needed a Dremel tool! It cuts and grinds stainless steel bolts more easily than anything I've seen, never mind bronze, fiberglass, wood, etc.
The battery, though, is what makes it both unique and frustrating. Of course being able to use the tool unfettered by a cord is great, and it does recharge reasonably quickly in about three hours. On the other hand, the motor is not as powerful as the corded variety, and the speed is not continuously variable. I haven't yet found either of these to be a problem. But you cannot get a half-hour of use out of a fully-charged battery. Fifteen minutes is more like it. This is plenty of time to practice home dentistry skills on the dog if you are so inclined, but it means that unless you have a battalion of extra batteries at $26 a pop you will not be able to grind out all the grout in your bathroom, cut more than ten ceramic tiles, or buzz off more than a few square inches of rust from your car from a single charge. If you are buying the tool for those sorts of projects you need the corded flavor.
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75 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Mark F. Miller on October 9, 2001
I have a line powered Dremel but I most often grab for this rechargeable unit because its easier to handle without the cord. It is great for tight spots in the car. I recently upgraded the intercooler piping in my car and needed to enlarge a 2" hole to 3" diameter. I just used the cordless Dremel to make numerous radial cuts and bent the "tabs" back. I would have gone nuts trying to cut that out with a hack saw or file! I always use it at the full 15 krpm speed and don't miss a variable control at all.
My friend lost his special "antitheft" key wrench for his license plate mounting bolts. I just used a cut-off wheel to make two cross cuts in the (round) bolt heads, and unscrewed it with a Phillips head screwdriver. Without a Dremel, it would have been tough.
The battery life is short, but I always have an extra charged battery ready. If I'm working with it alot, I just rotate the batteries through the separate wall mounted recharger.
It can also be used as a printed circuit drill or for other small precise drilling. Much easier to handle than a typical hand drill for light work.
It does kick up some metal bits so use eye protection!
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71 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 12, 2004
I'm not what you would call a handy sort of fellow; a few years ago, my greatest handyman-type success was the successful changing of a light bulb. Five years ago, I had never even heard of Dremel; now, I wonder how and why anyone goes through life without a handy-dandy Dremel tool. A few years ago, I got it in my head that I wanted to build my own working versions of Tom Servo, Crow T. Robot, and Gypsy of Mystery Science Theater 3000 fame. Such a project involves some tool-oriented activity, so for the first time in my life I found myself looking at tools. Since I know nothing about tools, I went about my business trying to look like I knew what I was looking for. I think every man responds to the siren call of the hardware department at some point in his life, but not until I found myself looking at a selection of Dremel products did I feel a strange lump of excitement in the pit of my stomach; tool anxiety had suddenly turned into tool excitement, and I gleefully returned home with this Dremel Multipro Cordless kit - feeling quite manly, I might add.
Exactly what does this thing do, you ask? Dude, what doesn't it do? It slices, it dices - no, wait, that's not right. This Dremel tool carves, it grinds, it polishes, it sands, it cuts, it brushes, it drills, it does darn near everything. It comes with 50 accessories in the form of abrasive wheels, drill bits, wire brushes, polishers, engraving cutters, router bits, and cutting wheels. I, being born with a passive tool-user gene, can't really tell what each accessory piece does just by looking at it, but I'm sure most halfway intelligent people can. I have fun just trying to figure it all out. What I needed at the time I bought my Dremel kit was a little sander tool, and even I could recognize the accessories made for that purpose.
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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Phil Tomlinson on August 27, 2007
If you were frustrated with the power or endurance of the Dremel Cordless Pet Nail Grooming Rotary Tool-- (http://www.amazon.com/Dremel-761-03-Cordless-Grooming-Rotary/dp/B0000C6DZ2/ref=sr_1_2/002-2958210-2482411?ie=UTF8&s=hi&qid=1188235101&sr=8-2),

I've got the tool for you. This one uses a rechargeable battery and has excellent power. I've got a 100 lb. German Shepherd with huge nails and he does NOT like to get his nails trimmed. This tool did the job fast, no worries about cutting too deep with a clipper, and the battery charge lasts a long time.

One caution is that the rotary sander will generate a fair amount of heat, so don't work one nail too long or it will get uncomfortable for the dog. It's worth the extra money for this tool and you don't have to feel bad about running through all those AA's.
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75 of 82 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 30, 2000
This tool could be great, but has a MAJOR flaw. The battery pack is designed such that it pops out of the tool with the least bit of pressure. The battery pack is actually part of the handle, so you can't avoid touching it when working w/ the tool. I found it very difficult to work with the tool for more than a few seconds before it shut down because the battery popped loose. I resorted to duct taping the battery in place. Eventually I got tired of this & I heated up the case with a butane lighter and bent the sidewalls inward to more firmly grip the battery. With this modification, (or with duct tape) the tool works fine. But you shouldn't have to resort to this sort of jury rigging. If the product people at Dremel had actually used this tool, they could have identified and cured this problem.
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