|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.7 x 8 x 4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||750-02|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Dremel 750-02 Minimite 4.8-Volt Two-Speed Cordless Rotary Tool
|Price:||$62.99 + $5.25 shipping|
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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- 13,000 rpm)
- Lightweight plastic housing
- Includes rotary tool, sanding drum, small felt wheel, fine sanding band, carbide stone
- 8 inches long; 2 pounds; 2-year warranty
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Removable, interchangeable battery packs charge in just three hours
Rugged, shatter resistant housing protects against everyday bumps
Shaft lock button and a unique knurled collet nut make changing bits easy, so no wrench is required
- Voltage = 4.80 VDC
- Chuck Size = 1/32 - 1/8 in
- Speed = 6500 rpm, 13000 rpm
- Control Type = On/Off - 2 Speed
- Includes = 401 Mandrel, 407 Coarse 1/2 in. Sanding Drum, 414 Small Felt Wheel, 84922 Silicone Carbide Stone, 3-Hour Charger, Quick Change Collet Nut
- Power Source = Battery (Cordless)
- Type = Rotary Multi-Purpose Tool
- Wt. = 9 oz
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The MiniMite comes with a rechargeable 4.8-volt battery, sanding drum, small felt wheel, fine sanding band, and carbide stone. View larger.
Measuring eight inches long and weighing just nine ounces, the 750-02 MiniMite is lightweight and easy to hold, making it ideal for more detailed, delicate work like beading, polishing small stones, drilling in glass, or sanding and assembling smaller pieces such as dollhouse furniture. And with two settings of 10,000 RPM and 13,000 RPM, this tool can accommodate tasks like taking burrs off metal, repairing electronic devices, making cutouts in hard materials like ceramic and tile, or even trimming your dog's toenails.
Straightforward, Cordless Operation
Operation is simple, thanks to a straightforward on/off switch and the streamlined, cordless design--great for getting to even hard-to-reach places. The 750-02 MiniMite also recharges quickly and emits only a low level of noise to cut down on distraction--and to help keep your pet calm if you're trimming its nails! Additionally, it maintains its stability as it works to help you keep hold of small materials like beads while polishing or shaping them.
The 750-02 MiniMite comes with the rotary tool and rechargeable 4.8-volt battery, sanding drum, small felt wheel, fine sanding band, and carbide stone. This tool is backed by a two-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Rotary tool with battery, sanding drum, small felt wheel, fine sanding band, carbide stone, and three-hour battery charger.
Top Customer Reviews
As a crafter, I can't tell you how many times I've pulled this out to do the smallest things! So very convenient, and easy to store.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I would recommend getting the one that has an electric cord. The battery doesn't last very long. Good for light or short jobs.Published 2 months ago by Hennessey
could use more battery life/power. and does not hold a charge to long.Published 9 months ago by side burns
LOVE IT, NOT TO LOUD AND I USE TO FINISH MY DOGS NAILS AFTER I TRIM THEM. GIVES NICE SMOOTH EVEN NAILS FOR MY YORKIE-POO.Published 11 months ago by sharon purse
My wife has a terrible time finding Bras that fit her proberly. She Loved this one. Pretty and wears well too.Published 12 months ago by James Bennett
Ok tool. Wish I would have bought the corded version as this won't hold a charge long enough to to trim 4 paws of my dog.Published 13 months ago by Justin Lewis
I used this to trim my Boxer's nails. No cutting the quick with this drill.Published 14 months ago by Kathleen Macgregor