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Dremel 230V 130W Corded Rotary tool 3000
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This corded multi tool is ideal for cutting, sanding, grinding, polishing, engraving and drilling.
- No load speed: 33000 rpm
- Speed control - Variable speed control
- Accessories included: 1 x Dremel 3000, 1 x 932 aluminium oxide grinding stone, 2 x 414 polishing wheel 13mm, 1 x 403 Bristle Brush 19mm, 4 x 540 cut off wheels, 1 x 408 sanding band 13mm 60 grit, 1 x 407 sanding band & mandrel 13mm 60 grit, 2 x 432 sanding band 13mm 120 grit 1 x 150 drill bit, 1 x 401 mandrel, 1 x 402 mandrel
Features and benefits
- Dremel 3000
- Soft grip: for reduced vibration and a better handling.
- Collet lock: for assisting accessory changes.
- Innovative EZ Twist Nose Cap: no wrench required for changing accessories.
- Integrated hang hook: for hanging the tool on the Tool holder or near the project.
|No load speed||33000 rpm|
|Speed control||Variable speed control|
|Handle type||Soft grip handle|
|Brush type||Replaceable carbon brushes|
|Carry case||Plastic carry case|
Great little tool
Chopper1234 - 30 days ago
Bought it to cut off some exhaust bolts which were in an awkward place and rusted on. The tool comes with some discs but I would advise you grab some of the metal cutting discs. There are some that require a quick release mandrel which is not in this kit. You will have to buy that.
It took about five minutes to do the job but would have been quicker if I could have done a straight cut. I would recommend giving the tool plenty of breaks to cool down - I let it cool off for a few minutes regularly. It went through six discs but to be fair it was a very tough job.
I love it, chopped off the old hangers too it was quick and powerful enough
Cuts off rusty bolts like butter
Matty_10 - 1 month ago
Although a havn't had it long, this small but powerful multi-tool can get into tight spaces and do its job. Wish i had brought one before. Lets just see how long it lasts.
Luca16 - 2 months ago
I used this product may 5 times and then the highest speed wouldn’t work, I had to fiddle with the switch and hold it down for it to work. After struggling with it for a while, the
lock for the head broke and couldn’t change the tool bits. Stay away from this product! It is now in the bin.
Not worth the money
Norriebee - 5 months ago
Used my Drexel on a few occasions. Used it yesterday and after a few minutes it died .
Very disappointing since I do look after my gadgets. Certainly won’t be buying another Drexel.
Will look for different manufacturer
Sid291 - 10 months ago
I brought this product today 2/8/2019 and was disappointed at its performance. It doesn't have the power to do small jobs ie: On lower speeds when under pressure it slows and even stops there fore the only way I can get it to barely perform is to put it on number 4 - 6 which at this rate will be burnt out very soon. I had to purchase a chuck costing extra as the ONE supplied was only one size not adjustable and would not take my small drill. The wood I use for my craft work is roughly 1/4 to 1/2 thick and is usually Ivy (no hard wood) . I do not have a you tube page so could not send a video to show you this item working or not under load.