|Item Weight||9.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.1 x 10.2 x 5.2 inches|
|Item model number||CKDR-01|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
Dremel CKDR-01 Three-Tool Combo Kit
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- Features the Dremel 300 series rotary tool, Multi-Max oscillating tool, and Trio specialty tool
- Users can cut wood, plastic, drywall, sheet metal, wall tile and more without switching tools
- Multi-Max oscillating is a versatile, effective, and universal user multi-tasking tool
- The 300 series rotary tool offers precision and control to complete a wide range of projects
- A total of 25 accessories and soft storage bag included
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Dremel’s CKDR-01 three-tool combo kit includes everything you’ll need to repair, remodel, restore, cut, sand, route, and more. Between the 300 series variable-speed rotary tool, the Multi-Max oscillating tool, and the Trio specialty tool (all CSA and UL listed), you’ll be able to multitask your way through a variety of projects at home or in the shop. A soft storage bag and 25 accessories are included.
The CKDR-01 three-tool combo kit includes everything you'll need to multitask your way through a variety of projects (click each to enlarge).
Ideal for rotary beginners and seasoned do-it-yourselfers alike, the Dremel 300 variable-speed rotary tool helps you complete a wide range of household, fine art, and repair projects. It cuts, drills, sands, polishes, and grinds, making it a must-have for home repair enthusiasts and hobbyists. Unlike traditional drills, grinders, or saws, the 300 easily fits into tight or narrow spaces. As a variable-speed tool, it can operate at any speed from 5,000 to 35,000 RPM, which makes it a cinch to match your desired speed to the job at hand. Plus, the click-and-set power switch provides precise speed selection, which ensures smooth, continuous performance. Weighing in at only 18 ounces, the 300 is easy to handle and comfortable to hold; its compact design minimizes wrist and hand fatigue even after prolonged use. Finally, its six-foot cord offers plenty of reach, and on-board tool storage keeps your wrench close at hand.
About the Multi-Max
The Multi-Max makes multitasking easier and more product than ever. A must-have for do-it-yourselfers and professionals, the Multi-Max oscillating tool helps you tackle a multitude of repair, remodeling, and restoration projects. Offering optimal control, safe operation, and high precision (with minimal dust production to keep your line of vision and workspace clear), it’s ideal for cutting, sanding, scraping, grinding, and more. With a lightweight and compact design, the Multi-Max is a delight to handle and hold for long periods of time while doing intricate work. Narrow spaces and tight spots are no match for the Multi-Max, which can get into areas that conventional saws and sanders cannot reach. Ideal for woodworking projects, it cuts, edges, shapes, and does detail work regardless of whether you’d working on vintage frames, dollhouse furniture, or kitchen cabinetry. Remove sections of drywall, install hardwood flooring, and trim door jambs. This tool operates consistently, quietly, and reliably—simply plug it in, and you’re good to go.
About the Trio
The Trio is capable of easily making quick and controlled cuts in a variety of materials—including wood, plastic, drywall, sheet metal, and wall tile—and the ergonomic design improves accuracy while increasing comfort. Its pivoting handle can be positioned straight up or at a 90-degree angle to allow you to easily work on both vertical and horizontal surfaces. The Trio’s innovative 360-degree cutting bits allow you to start your cut anywhere and in any direction without repositioning—no more stopping and starting when navigating tricky areas. High-speed spiral cutting creates smoother edges that require less sanding, which translates into less work and more time. With operating speeds from 10,000 RPM to 20,000 RPM, the Trio allows you to set the correct speed for the job at hand for the utmost in control and precision.
Founded in 1932 in Racine, Wisconsin, Dremel is the industry leader in rotary tools. The company owes its success to the inventive genius of its founder and namesake, Albert J. Dremel. In his lifetime, Mr. Dremel owned 55 patents on a wide range of products from electric erasers to a gas-powered rotary lawn mower. His most famous and important invention was a high-speed rotary tool dubbed the Dremel Moto-Tool. Compact, lightweight, and perfect for a wide range of jobs, the rotary tool was an immediate hit with hobbyists and eventually became accepted as one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century. Today, the Dremel name remains synonymous with utility, durability, and innovation.
The 6300 Multi-Max oscillating tool and the 6800 Trio rotary tool are backed by a two-year warranty on parts and labor, and the 300 series rotary tool is backed by a four-year warranty on parts and labor.What's in the Box
One Dremel CKDR-01 three-tool combo kit, including one 300 series variable speed rotary tool, one wrench, two 420 heavy-duty emery cut-off wheels, one 84922 silicon carbide grinding stone, one 8193 5/8-inch aluminum oxide grinding stone, two 414 small felt wheels, one 425 one-inch emery polishing disc, one 421 polishing compound, one 407 course 1/2-inch sanding drum, one 408 coarse 1/2-inch sander band, two 432 1/2-inch 120-grit sanding bands, one 445 1/2-inch 240-grit sanding band, one 401 mandrel, and one 402 mandrel; one 6300 Multi-Max oscillating tool, one MM450 wood and drywall saw blade, one MM610 flexible scraper, one MM11 hook-and-loop sanding pad, and one MM70W 60/120/240-grit sandpaper triangle; and one 6800 Trio rotary tool, one wrench, one TR561 multipurpose bit, one TR407 1/2-inch sanding mandrel, one TR432 1/2-inch 120-grit band, and one TR445 1/2-inch 240-grit band; and one soft carrying case.
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The 300 rotary tool is a good one. I have a 4000 as well, and the 300 can do almost everything it can. With the proper attachments, the MultiMax and Trio could perform the same functions as the 4000-specific accessories the 300 can't use. The 300 also lacks the true variable speed of the 4000, but the 10 speed settings on the 300 will be close enough for just about anything.
The Multi-Max makes an excellent detail sander. Haven't been able to try the cutting function yet.
The Trio is essentially a hand-held router. Great for things that the rotary tools don't have enough power for. Uses different accessories due to the larger shank and higher power.
The only real criticism of the kit itself is the included storage bag. It doesn't keep the tools separate and doesn't have any good way to store the accessories (the rotary tool accessories come in a small plastic box, but the other tools' accessories come in plastic bags and will end up loose in the bag unless you provide your own storage box.
Why not five stars? There are some key parts not included. To do everything shown in the pictures, you need to add:
Dremel 565 Multi Purpose Cutting Kit 565D
Dremel TR820 Trio Compact Foot and Dust Port Adapter
Dremel TR654 Straight Bit, 1/4-Inch
Dremel MM720 Yoke Cutting Accessory Kit
Dremel TR560 Trio Guidepoint Bit
Dremel MM440B Multi-Max Wood Flush Cut Blade, 3-Pack
Obviously not including these kept the price of the kit down, but it was something of a disappointment to see how much extra has to be spent to make proper use of the tools. The last two items, at least, should be default components. Photos of the attachments in use should not be used to advertise the kit if they are not part of it.
But that said, I've found the tools very handy for small, close jobs, such as cutting molding in place, trimming details in wood to make small size adjustments, or scraping up old glue from beneath tile for a new floor.
Ear and eye protection is a good idea with these tools, since you're working close to the project, and the noise level is substantial, as well as particles being thrown off the working surface.
The carry case is okay, but I think I would prefer a firm, molded case that keeps things in place, and can be stored easily. I find that the soft carry case just can't have anything on top of it because it's not firm and stable, and things move around inside. I like that there are pockets on the front and back inside the case for accessories that come in plastic bag packaging. It keeps the blades handy. When I got this kit, the 3 motor units were packed in separate cardboard trays, and I've left them that way. So far, the cardboard has held up to keep the tools from moving around and bumping each other.
One thing I notice is that the tools run hot. And that as they kick up find dust, that dust is sucked into the tools' cooling vents. Not sure how this will affect longevity of the tools. I try to clean the tools after use - and getting that fine dust off isn't always so easy. I hold a vacuum cleaner hose up to the vent holes in the tool in hopes of cleaning out some of the internal dust, but can't help wondering if it's getting into the bearings and coating the motor components, shortening the life of the tool overall.
First, the multi-tool; it's your classic Dremel. It comes with a small selection of bits and works well. The one thing I wish was standard on all Dremels is having instead of the collets for different sized tools. Not really a big deal, but what the hell.
The vibrating multi-tool is the main reason I bought the kit. I saw a few other brands that cost pretty close to what this kit was sold for at the time. I cannot say I'm disappointed by it. It comes with a few attachments, and they're nice. I used the wood cutting one to replace panels in my garage door, and it worked flawlessly. It was a lot easier than trying to cut a straight line with a circular saw set to a very shallow depth. I had good control and it cut just fine. Being the idiot I am, I did test the "will it cut my finger" claim, and I'm very happy to say it didn't cut my finger. I just used the sanding pad to touch up some paint in the bathroom, and it worked great. I really wish I had this when I painted the whole bathroom.
Finally, the router/ cutting tool. I haven't used this much, but it's nice. I did buy a router bit set and it's easy to use. I fabricated little plinths for a curtain rod on my door, and they looked better than the chunks of wood they were before. I did use the cutting bit to cut a hole in the drywall, and it worked out well thanks to the built-in foot. I'm just looking for projects I can use it on.
Overall, it's a good set of tools/ toys. I recommend the purchase.