|Part Number||ZW7300 02 87|
|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 1.7 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||7300-PT|
|Style||Pet grooming kit|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year|
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Dremel 7300-PT 4.8V Pet Nail Grooming Tool
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- Rotary tool provides a safe, effective, less stressful alternative to clipping
- Two rotation speeds let you safely and carefully grind nails in stages
- Cordless operation for optimum control, 4.8V Cordless Rotary Tool
- Compatible with an array of Dremel sanding drums and bands, Two speeds 6,500 and 13,000 RPM to match the proper speed required
- Backed by a two-year warranty, 3-Hour Battery Charger, 755-01 4.8V Battery
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From the Manufacturer
4.8 Volts of Power
Light duty performance to gently trim your pet’s nails, making it much more enjoyable for the pet and owner alike.
Adjust between high or low speed to fit your pet’s comfort level and for precise control.
Fast and Easy
Perfect alternative to clipping your pet’s nails without potentially over-clipping. Gently grind away long nails quickly and painlessly with the Dremel Pet Nail Grooming Tool.
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.
3-Hour Battery Charger
Quickly recharge battery in just 3 hours. LED light indicates battery is correctly placed into the charger for proper charging. Accessory number 756-01.
½-Inch Diameter Sanding Bands
Recommended for use with the Dremel Pet Nail Grooming Tool that’s safe and gentle on your pet’s nails. 60 grit sanding bands. Choose from accessory number 407 which offers the sanding band with the mandrel, or accessory number 408 for sanding bands only.
4.8-Volt Battery Pack
Keep a spare battery pack handy and charged up to avoid interruption to nail grooming time. Accessory number 755-01.
Top Customer Reviews
The newest version of Dremel's Pet Nail sander is well worth the money. It has changed what was previously a tortuous experience into something quick and easy.
I did some research before buying the 765 and 7300, and ended up choosing these over other products for several reasons.
PediPaws Pet Nail Trimmer- Several friends had bad experiences with it, generally finding it to be of poor quality.
Dremel 7700-02 MultiPro 7.2-Volt 20,000 RPM Two-Speed Rotary Tool with 50 Accessories- Although this is more powerful, it is also more expensive, heavier, larger, and louder, which would make it difficult to use on my nervous pet.
Dremel 761-03 Cordless Pet Nail Grooming Rotary Tool- This is the older version of the 765; the primary difference is that this required AA batteries. Because several people complained about having battery problems I decided to go with the updated version.
I made the right choice! I have a large pitbull who has dark nails, hates having anything done to her feet, has very long quicks that are fast to bleed and slow to stop, and wiggles and refuses to stay still when she is nervous. I have tried clipping her nails, filing her nails, and even taking her on long runs on rough ground to wear them down. This is by far the best solution.Read more ›
I have to let everyone know that as a professional groomer & a dog trainer, I can tell you that these Dremel "Pet Grooming Kits" don't have the power to do a good, quick (the key word being QUICK!) job on sanding pet nails. Like Pedi-Paws & other products like them that are packaged & geared towards pet owners, this is actually a little better than Pedi-Paws, which bogs down, because the motor is not strong enough to really work well. In my opinion, this product isn't either. I actually bought a regular Dremel that is sold for industrial purposes. The model I bought was the "Dremel 7700-02 MultiPro 7.2-Volt 20,000 RPM Two-Speed Rotary Tool with 50 Accessories", which works like a dream! It's powerful enough to do the job quickly without putting the dog thru the torture of holding them there while these inferior (in my opinion) products that do not have strong enough motors in them. I have 2 Jack Russell "Terrorists", one which HATES having her feet handled & the other, who has always been very fearful of anything new. I now have the JRT who hates to have her feet handled in a place where she will let me use the dremel I have to do her nails, (even though she doesn't like it, she will let me do her nails with this. If I get the old fashioned nail clippers out, she runs for the hills. My other, more fearful "spooky" JRT loves it! Once I introduced her to it & she got used to it, she now lays on her back & actually falls asleep while I'm grinding her nails down!!Read more ›
To reduce the vibration, I use the slow speed and have purchased some finer grit bands. 240 grit seems to be a good compromise for more fragile cat claws.
One humorous side note, I must put the tool away in a drawer when I am finished as he has learned to turn it on with his teeth and will play with it as some sort of "high tech" cat toy!
1. Please do follow the manufacturer instructions to desensitize your dog. I followed them and it was worth it. I spent 1 week just playing with their paws (I own a pug and a retriever mix) and once they got used to that feeling, I started playing with the tool (turned off), eventualy I let them play with it, sniffed it and get used to the sound. Now if I start trimming they are actually really relaxed.
2. Be aware of the dust. Cover their eyes. I did not follow this rule the first time and my pug got eyes irritation and then it became an infection (nothing serious). So, just make sure their eyes are not exposed to the dust.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is awesome. My dogs recently learn to scream before once the clipper touches their nail, and I got scared to clip it. So I turn to tool like this. Read morePublished 1 day ago by starbuck
The sandpaper spoke is too large to fit in the machine. Will be returning and ordering a different brand.Published 3 days ago by Brigitte Beer
This product was utter RUBBISH!!!
I waited weeks for it to arrive for me to be totally disappointed and for me to not be able to use it. Read more
Works great, it's a Dremel! My dogs nails look great, I don't bother using a nail clipper because they kick and scream when they feel their nails being clipped. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Tiffany Richards
Great product. Unfortunately my dog hates it she barks at it when I start it up (little sinker!) I'm using it for my small jewelry projectsPublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
My dog is a bit scared of it, but I give him a peanut butter Kong and he lets me do what I bed to do. Works great!Published 4 days ago by Zaki