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Dremel 7701 Cordless Multi

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Versatile tool for a wide range of the smaller DIY, decorating, maintenance and craft jobs around the house, with 25 attachments

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      19.11.2001 05:32
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      The Dremel multi-tool has to be one of the most useful tools I own. The tool itself is about 20cm long and about 6cm wide/thick. On the end it has a holder for the attachments, like on the end of drills where you put the attachment in and then you can tighten it so the attachment is gripped and will not slip when being used. The main disadvantage of this tool though was that it has to be plugged into the wall, other brands that make similar tools are battery powered, but now this is the improved version that has a battery but it’s a little bit bigger at the end. On the good side of things though the Dremel has a lot more attachments available for it than other makes of multi tool. The attachments come in box sets, (available in you local hardware store). The boxes are set into different job sections, i.e. one box could be a polishing set and have several circular material attachments of different grades for polishing different things, where as another box could have several different shaped engraving tools. There is a huge range of box sets for all different purposes and jobs. Over all this is a brilliant multi-tool it has been available for a wile now but its still one of the best on the market today.

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        10.10.2001 04:44

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        27.09.2001 06:51

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        The Dremel multi-tool has to be one of the most useful tools I own. The tool itself is about 20cm long and about 6cm wide/thick. On the end it has a holder for the attachments, like on the end of drills where you put the attachment in and then you can tighten it so the attachment is gripped and will not slip when being used. The main disadvantage of this tool though was that it has to be plugged into the wall, other brands that make similar tools are battery powered, but now this is the improved version that has a battery but it’s a little bit bigger at the end. On the good side of things though the Dremel has a lot more attachments available for it than other makes of multi tool. The attachments come in box sets, (available in you local hardware store). The boxes are set into different job sections, i.e. one box could be a polishing set and have several circular material attachments of different grades for polishing different things, where as another box could have several different shaped engraving tools. There is a huge range of box sets for all different purposes and jobs. Over all this is a brilliant multi-tool it has been available for a wile now but its still one of the best on the market today.

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        31.08.2001 23:43
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        The Dremel multi-tool has to be one of the most useful tools I own. The tool itself is about 20cm long and about 6cm wide/thick. On the end it has a holder for the attachments, like on the end of drills where you put the attachment in and then you can tighten it so the attachment is gripped and will not slip when being used. The main disadvantage of this tool though was that it has to be plugged into the wall, other brands that make similar tools are battery powered, but now this is the improved version that has a battery but it’s a little bit bigger at the end. On the good side of things though the Dremel has a lot more attachments available for it than other makes of multi tool. The attachments come in box sets, (available in you local hardware store). The boxes are set into different job sections, i.e. one box could be a polishing set and have several circular material attachments of different grades for polishing different things, where as another box could have several different shaped engraving tools. There is a huge range of box sets for all different purposes and jobs. Over all this is a brilliant multi-tool it has been available for a wile now but its still one of the best on the market today.

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          28.08.2001 01:43
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          Now I bought one of these about six months ago as im a keen model maker and so i thought "yes, a dremel would be super", and i was right, this has been no end of help with its changeable tools, you can get so many! Examples: - Sanders These come in all different shapes from solid cylinders to flat disks that stick on a special holder. - Polishers These are disk shape pads made from material and come in several grades and sizes. - Grinding blocks These are solid cylinders about 1cm high and can grind anything; you can also get sharpening ones. - Grinding disks These can be used as cutters to cut into things, or grinding. - Engraving tools These are just like sharp points and can engrave anything, including glass. - Roughing tools These come in different shapes so you can cut in to wood and leave a shape, or on the edges of the wood- to leave a border pattern. All these are very helpful and I highly recommend one of these, mine is no end of help to me, in loads of tasks.

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            16.12.2000 01:33
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            Being a girl I don't know much about tools but whilst rating some opinions on this product I remembered it as the product my brother had purchased in bulk as he always does due to the fact he has to owning a D.I.Y shop I distinctly remember him telling my dad that it was a good product and he thought it would sell well as apparently it did to his benifit!!! Allthough I'm not a tool person even though it runs in the family I'd still reccomend this product to anyone who deals in tools and tool kits as what I've heard about it makes it sound a charm and a good working long lasting tool kit so by my own family experience it sounds a good buy.

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              26.10.2000 06:35
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              The Dremel Multi tools are good if uo actually need to do a lot of different jobs. They have a lot of features and are quite small and versatile. However, if you need a powerful tool, then go for a single tool and not a multi one. Multi tools are mainly made for hobbies such as building planes etc not for big jobs. They are no where near as powerful as a single tool. I did have one and i took it back becaouse it was simply just not powerful enough for what i needed. I bought a single tool instead.

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