Dremel 3956 Multi Reviews
Description:Versatile tool ideal to tackle a wide range of DIY and craft jobs around the home, with over 100 accessories and attachments
Newest Review: ... knife with 100 tools, the same goes for the Dremel and its attachments. If you find that you only have one or two specific ... more
Customer Dremel 3956 Multi Reviews (6)
by - written on 01/08/10 (Very useful, 9 readings)
The Dremel 3956 MultiPro is the tool for the job you have not even begin to think about yet. In fact calling it just a tool is to do it an injustice. I have used this device from DIY tasks suchs as sanding down patches on walls and doors to modelling. It really doe shave an attachment for any situation. In the grey plastic coloured strong sturdy case you get 77 different attachments which will enable your dremel to drill, cut, polish, buff, grind, sand or clean. It even has a tool for sharpening your lawn mower blade and two spring clamps. The unit itself is powered by a powerful motor that delivers anywhere from 5,000rpm to 35,000rpm. This is done ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/01, updated on 17/03/01 (Very useful, 696 readings)
I bought the Dremel just over a year ago, and so far it has never let me down. Be it a hole that needs drilling, or a rough edge that needs to be smoothed, I know that I can whip out my trusty Dremel to deal with the situation. The Dremel unit itself is nothing more than an adjustable speed motor that fits either comfortable in the palm of your hand, or connected to the handy multipurpose and directional flex cord attachment that you can add to the top of it. However what makes this power tool really special is that the guys at Dremel have literally made it a one-stop shop. They have achieved this by making literally hundreds of interchangeable bits that you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/11 (Very useful, 16 readings)
The 3956 is a fantastic model and the Dremel brand is unarguably creator of the best multipurpose rotary tools on the market, making it a difficult product to criticise. As advertised, with up to 35,000 rpm, this really can tackle any multitude of DIY tasks and hobbies you can throw at it. The range of attachments, both included in this set (+70) and available to buy, are absolutely astounding, making it the real Swiss army knife of the DIY world and great value for money. Keeping that in mind, much like if you're only interested in owning a knife you shouldn't buy a Swiss army knife with 100 tools, the same goes for the Dremel and its attachments. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/00, updated on 17/08/00 (Useful, 721 readings)
I got a Dremel for Christmas, as I've said I love DIY, and I do make toys for the garden. The Dremel is probably one of the best inventions, for craftwork, and light DIY jobs. The Dremel does practically everything it cuts, saws, sands, polishes and drills. It has a multitude of uses and you can buy extra attachments, like an extension cord, and a tile cutter. I wouldn't recommend the Dremel for doing serious DIY, but for craft work it's excellent. I use my Dremel for a very special hobby I do, but I'm not telling you what it is, as some people may not approve, it's not what you think, I use it to cut very special tools out. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/01, updated on 15/08/01 (Useful, 530 readings)
I have never felt so much like a kid at Christmas when I was given my Dremel. I immediately wanted to start doing! This handy little tool is able to do almost anything. It is ideal for all those smaller DIY jobs you have left lying around your house just waiting to be done. It is also very useful for using it in making crafts. I have used it to cut Sheep wire fencing to size, sand all those little areas you can never get to, carve features into wood and drill holes. I, however, am just using what suits me.....it can do so much more. This tool is about the size of an electric screwdriver. It is comfortable and lightweight and therefore ... Read the complete review
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