|Item Weight||4.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 9.4 x 3.9 inches|
|Item model number||8200-1/28|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||30 day money back guarantee|
Dremel 8200-1/28 12-Volt Max Cordless Rotary Tool
|Price:||$122.51 + $6.99 shipping|
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- Variable Speed from 5,000 to 30,000 RPM; Easy to understand speed dial with increments that correspond directly to speed
- Soft-Grip for comfort and control
- Works with standard attachments plus "high performance" level attachments, and all accessories
- Separate on/off switch allows user to "set & forget" speed setting
- Removable Lithium Ion (12V Max) Battery for continuous use and extended run-time
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Incredibly versatile, the 8200 cordless rotary tool has limitless uses, and it works with both standard attachments and Dremel EZ Lock accessories. Use it to polish beads, sand model airplane wings, carve a jack o' lantern, groom your dog's nails, engrave glassware, and more. Whether you're a serious hobbyist or an occasional do-it-yourselfer, you'll never run out of projects for this Dremel rotary tool.
Powerful Variable-Speed Motor
Powerful, user friendly, and built to last, the 8200 helps you complete a range of crafting, hobby, and artisan projects. It owes its robust performance to a powerful motor that offers maximum performance at all speed levels. The 8200 is so powerful, in fact, it has a speed of cut that's twice as fast as the competition's.
With the 8200, it's easy to match the speed to the job--the rotary tool offers variable speeds from 5,000 to 30,000 RPM. For further convenience, the speed dial is easy to read with increments that correspond directly to speed. Additionally, a separate on/off switch allows you to "set and forget" the speed setting, so you can stay focused on your project.
Lightweight 12-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Battery
The 8200 rotary tool is powered by a removable 12-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion battery. The battery is exceptionally lightweight, so the tool is easy to handle and hold. The 8200-1/28 Kit includes a 12-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion battery and a one-hour charger for minimal downtime.
Soft-Grip, Ergonomic Body Provides Maximum Control
For maximum control over your projects, this handy tool features a slim, ergonomic body with a 360-degree grip zone. The soft grip keeps you working comfortably, especially during all-day or intricate jobs.
What's in the Box
Dremel 8200 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Rotary Tool, 565 Multipurpose Cutting Kit, Cutting Guide, EZ402 Mandrel, EZ456 1-1/2-Inch Reinforced Cut-Off Wheel, 401 Mandrel, 402 Mandrel, 191 High-Speed Cutter, 407 Coarse 1/2-Inch Sanding Drum, two 420 Emery Cut-Off Wheels, three 432 1/2-Inch 120-Grit Sanding Bands, 8193 Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone, 84922 Silicon Carbide Grinding Stone, 541 Aluminum Oxide Grinding Wheel, 932 Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone, 425 Emery Wheel, 421 Polishing Compound, two 414 1/2-Inch Felt Polishing Wheels, 429 1-Inch Felt Polishing Wheel, three 408 1/2-Inch 60-Grit Sanding Bands, two 445 1/2-Inch 240-Grit Sanding Bands, two 411 180-Grit 3/4-Inch Sanding Discs, 561 MultiPurpose Cutting Bit, Wrench, Storage Case, 12-volt Lithium battery, and one-hour charger.
Top Customer Reviews
The striking difference between the 8200 and smaller alternatives from Dremel and other companies is the raw power that is quite surprising for a cordless product of this size. If anything, the 8200 demonstrates how far battery and motor technology has progressed. Some of my early tests include cutting through stainless plate and thick plastic. Upon contacting the stainless steel, the cutting wheel emitted a massive shower of sparks while tearing through the metal. The thick plastic cut test was a piece of cake despite the melting of the plastic that would have significantly impeded cutting with the 10.8v version.
Certain design elements of the 8200 are especially nice. The spring loaded/twist spindle connect mechanism that holds the cutting wheel in place is vastly superior to the screw-on fastening approach on other models. There is also a nice pop-out lithium battery and quick charger, which is especially useful for heavy users.
There are very few limitations. I was quite disappointed with how parsimonious Dremel was with the replacement cutting tools, which included a single large (spring loaded/twist) cutting wheel.Read more ›
The 8200 was well spun balanced, with very little vibration even at high speeds. It also seems to be quieter than the AC model.
Plenty of torque, more than my AC Dermel model.
The speed control can take it down to a very slow crawl for polishing to blistering fast for cutting.
The case is rubberized over plastic. Looks like it could withstand impacts well.
The battery fits tightly (an issue on some previous wireless models), and is easy to remove.
The controls are smooth, tight, and feel high quality.
The case has plenty of room for additional attachments. It also comes with a nice starter kit.
The battery seems to last very long and has not been a problem for any of the jobs I have done.
Not made in China, but is made in Mexico.
I strongly recommend this product.
It does not include the 561 bit (which is longer) it comes with a shorter version similar to the 560 bit but without the point. If you press too hard, the battery gauge will dip down which I take as a nice over-stress indicator. The air vents are such that your hand covers most of the vents and it gets warm after only a minute of use. The electric brake is nice. If you don't tighten the collet properly, the bits get stuck inside, and the wrench requirement is annoying given how many cordless tools have tool-free attachments.
The clockwise (usage point of view) rotation sprays all the debris right at you when using in your right hand, - a plastic shield seems like a mandatory accessory with this or at least make it reverseable. Runtime seems short, maybe 6-7 minutes of medium usage.
I was expecting this to be the much improved cordless model - I wonder how bad the 8000 must have been. I feel it was designed for the smaller and lighter use bits, not the large cutting bits like the EZ544. I also think Dremel got cheap on the very limited included accessories, especially for this high of a price.
Update: looking at other reviews, runtime should be closer to an hour, so I think I got a bad one.
Update 2: I called Dremel, and they said runtime with normal use should be at least 30 minutes, so I did a test: I ran it at 30,000 rpm on a fresh battery with no load and it lasted 21 minutes 44 seconds. This one is going back.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great!!! We use it for my dogs toenails. It is what my vet uses. So much better than clipping alone.Published 2 months ago by Doc Holiday
Use restricted to mostly VERY small projects. I find myself using my cordless drill on more items than the Dremel. The charger & cord are a BEAR to get back in the carrying case. Read morePublished 11 months ago by denny48
I totally didn't think about how heavy a battery on the back end of a Dremel would be. It really makes it quite awkward if you are trying to do anything intricate at all. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Adam Robert Hoffman
well i forgot its a 110 v ac, and its 220v ac in my country, so there charger went kaboomPublished on April 1, 2013 by ortho
Gave as a gift to the hubby. He loves it, uses it all the time. As a non-tool using person, I can only say that it seems to make him very happy!Published on March 3, 2013 by S. Locker
Defective he came to turn draws up the battery it turns off the machine while it is not league if not take the battery and put it backPublished on December 31, 2012 by cbarroqueiro
I have always loved the Dremel devices, and this one is no exception--I have used it quite a bit since PURCHASING, and plan to continue doing so in the future...........Published on November 9, 2012 by Dr. Melvin D. Stein