|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.1 x 4.4 x 2.6 inches|
|Item model number||7300N8|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year|
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Dremel 7300-N/8 MiniMite 4.8-Volt Cordless Two-Speed Rotary Tool
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- Cordless small rotary tool; compatible with Dremel bit accessories; 1/8-inch collet
- Small rotary tool ideal for delicate tasks and finer work; 2 speeds (6,500 and 13,000 rpm)
- Lightweight plastic housing
- Includes MiniMite 7300-N/8 4.8-volt cordless two-speed rotary tool, (8) accessories, wrench, battery, and charger
- 8 inches long; 1.4 pounds; 2-year warranty
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From the Manufacturer
Put the sparkle on your projects by using a cleaning or polishing accessory. Whether your application requires light-duty de-burring or heavy-duty material removal, Dremel has the perfect accessory for the job.
For better control and accuracy, choose between high speed and low speed.
4.8 Volts of Power
Perfect for tackling light duty everyday projects such as sanding and polishing.
Light and Compact
Designed for portability and convenience, use anywhere anytime!
Removable Battery Pack
Cordless operation using a rechargeable and removable battery pack. Additional battery packs available (sold separately) so that the tool will always be charged up and ready to go.
What's in the Box?
Grinding/Sharpening: 84922 Silicon Carbide Grinding Stone
Cleaning/Polishing: 414 Felt Polishing Wheel,428 3/4-inch Carbon Steel Bristle Brush.
Sanding: 407 1/2-inch 60 Grit Sanding Drum with Mandrel, 408 1/2-inch 60 Grit Sanding Band.
445 1/2-inch 240 Grit Sanding Band (2).
Collets/Miscellaneous: 401 Mandrel.
Batteries & Charger
One (1) Ni-Cd Battery and 3-hour charger.
- 7300 Cordless Rotary Tool
- 8 Accessories
- 1 Battery
- One 3-hour charger
|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
After reading every review on Amazon (and elsewhere) I have come to believe that Dremel is living off its reputation. Then again, it seemed that unless you can spend several hundred dollars, these rotary tools are all junk.
What the heck. For $25 I though I'd give the cheapest Dremel a try. Based on the reviews of the more expensive models, it seemed as though the weakest link was the variable speed control. As the 7300 has only 2 speeds, that might just eliminate the issue.
After using the 7300 for a few months, I have to admit that it meets my meager needs and meets them very well. Don't mistake this for a "kit". It comes with a few accessories, but be prepared to spend a lot more for the accessories you'll need. Actually, you'll spend more on accessories than you did on the tool itself.
The battery is a NiCad. Old technology that should have been discontinued years ago. Most people don't know that you have to let a NiCad battery completly die before attempting to recharge it. Do otherwise, and it takes less and less of a charge each time. That's why so many folks complain about poor battery life.
Look, this is only a 4.8v battery. It's not going to give long run time and isn't going to provide the torque of a more powerful battery. If you need more power, you will have to spend more money.
I get about 15 minutes run time before needing to re-charge and have two options. I can be patient and wait for the battery to charge or I can buy a second battery. Yeah, the second option seems to make more sense, but it's $16 and the entire tool only cost $25.Read more ›
After only about a week of introducing my dogs to the tool (using the instructions on doberdawn.com which is very detailed and great for the newbie...they don't sell anything, just an advice site), I'm now able to get my dogs to lie there while I do nail trimmings. This is a HUGE improvement over using typical dog clippers! I'm simply amazed at how well they took to it.
After reading about the PediPaws and similar items, then the Dremel models/options, I went with the MiniMite because it's similar to the Pedipaws except there's no guard (I haven't found this to be an issue) and it works better, is sturdier, and lasts longer according to other reviewers. I've only had it for two weeks, so I can't give feedback on longevity yet...but I do know it will be getting lots of use at our house, so time will tell. And we are still using the first sanding wheel, haven't had to replace it yet.
Plus it's cordless, so it's easier to use for the dogs anywhere in the house or outside (in warmer weather). So far I haven't had to recharge the battery (I've been using it daily for about two weeks now).
If you're struggling with dogs who hate nail clippers, I highly recommend trying a MiniMite. I have four dogs ranging size from 11 lbs to 67 lbs and it works well for all of them.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the greatest tool for dogs toenails! Holds a charge a long time. Dogs like it much better that clippers. So glad I purchased this!Published 1 day ago by Peter Mackrell
Good deal for the money. My old cordless batteries went bad. It was well worth it to buy a new tool and get the power and reliability back.Published 4 days ago by J. Stewart
I bought this dremel because I was looking for a simple rotary tool but I I have to say this is perfect! I mean you need to to something outdoor and you can! Read morePublished 4 days ago by miguel manrique
I use this for trimming down hard finger nails, like manicurist do...and for my house repairs and crafts.Published 5 days ago by Liz