|Part Number||ZW7300 02 87|
|Item Weight||1.2 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
|Price:||$29.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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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. In order to insert the bit into the tool, the user must first unscrew the top in order for the collect to expand, and then tighten the top to secure the bit.
- 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
- In order to insert the bit into the tool, the user must first unscrew the top in order for the collect to expand, and once the bit is inserted, the user would then tighten the top to secure the bit.
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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.
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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.
I began by letting her see and smell the sander, and then running it over her body and feet with the power off. I then turned it on and held it away from her, again letting her hear, see, and smell it. I had treats at the ready, but she was fine. I held it near her for several minutes while on, and then touched the non-sanding end to her body so that she could feel the vibration. No problems. In fact she bent down to smell it, and pinned the sanding band between her face and my hand. We both jumped, but no pain or damage to either of us. Although I was prepared to stop if she got tired or nervous, she was so good that I was able to do all four paws. It took about 15 minutes, but with lots of "good girl" and belly rubs interspersed she was fine.
The sander itself is relatively small and light, making it easy to hold even for long periods. It is easy to put together; it comes with a small wrench to put new sanding bands on. Unlike its predecessor it comes with a rechargeable battery and charger. When sanding, even on high, it is fairly quiet and vibrations are minimal. The body of the sander was warming a bit after 15 minutes, but I noticed no heat in either my dog's nails or the sanding band. In addition the battery was still going strong. My sole complaint about this product is minor; the LED light on the charger lights up to indicate a connection between the battery and the charger, but doesn't change color or go off to indicate when charging is complete. The instruction book indicates that a full charge should take approximately 3 hours, so that's what I've gone with. I had to recharge it after about the fourth or fifth use.
I gave the Dremel 7300 to a friend, and she's used it on her two German Sherpherds and her cat, with similar success
This is a great product for nervous animals and/or owners, as it's almost impossible to do damage with, and allows easy care for an oft-neglected aspect of your pet's health.
After about a year of ownership the Dremel is still my go-to tool for trimming my dog's nails. My only complaint is that the battery is not holding its charge nearly as well as it originally did. With one full charge I can usually get through a full sanding on all four feet, however by the end the power is running low, and I don't doubt that soon I won't be able to do all four feet at once. Despite this drawback I still highly recommend the dremel for those who want an alternative to clipping their pet's nails, and when the battery on mine dies for good I will definitely be investing in a new one.
The battery continued to get worse, so on a whim I called dremmel. Apparently there is a 2 year warrenty on this sander, so I mailed in the sander, battery, and charger for them to test. I was a bit nervous about just sending it off, but about a week later they sent everything back with a new battery and it's working great.
I've had my dog Dixie since she was 5 (she is now 11). Ever since I adopted her the poor thing has had, what I like to call, her dragon claws. I have attempted for the past 6 years to get her nails trimmed and keep them short. Needless to say my dogs anxiety about nail trimming has been a constant road block for not only me (with at home trimming) but also over half a dozen groomers and even my vet. At one point my vet prescribed medication to sedate Dixie before nail trimmings; it didn't work.
Just before Christmas I happened to be surfing the pet supply section of Amazon when I came across this magical device. I will say that the first time it was a bit of a fight to get the job done. But with lots of persistence(and loads of treats) we were able to manicure her crazy paws.
The picture reflects her nails after our third session. I would recommend this product any day of the week. Not just because it works so wonderfully but because my dog seems 100000% more comfortable and that means the world to me.
The cat does not like the sound, otherwise I would have used it on the cat as well.