Dremel 300-1/24 300 Series Variable-Speed Rotary Tool Kit

Dremel 300-1/24 300 Series Variable-Speed Rotary Tool Kit

  • Variable speed from 5,000 to 35,000 rpm
  • Lightweight design for comfort during prolonged use
  • Comfort-grip housing for easier handling and better tool control
  • Dovetail feature for Dremel-exclusive attachments
  • Click-and-set power switch allows precise speed selection

Includes:

• 300 Series Variable Speed Rotary Tool 
• Circle Cutter Attachment 
• 191 High Speed Cutter 
• 401 Mandrel 
• 402 Mandrel 
• 403 Bristle Brush 
• 407 Coarse 1/2″ Sanding Drum 
• 414 Small Felt Wheels (2) 
• 420 Heavy Duty Emery Cut-Off Wheel (2) 
• 421 Polishing Compound 
• 422 Cone Polishing Tip 
• 426 1-1/4″ Fiberglass-Reinforced Cut-Off Wheel 
• 428 Carbon Steel Br

List Price: $ 110.36

Price: $ 61.33

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2 thoughts on “Dremel 300-1/24 300 Series Variable-Speed Rotary Tool Kit

  1. 52 of 55 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great., February 16, 2010
    By 
    J. Aslanian “jay18miscaif” (NY, USA) –
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    This review is from: Dremel 300-1/24 300 Series Variable-Speed Rotary Tool Kit (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This tool works as expected, flawlessly. I picked up two high speed cutters for use on a custom air filter backplate. Speed variability seems like it would fit anyone’s needs. The cord on it was around 3-4′ long. The bits with it are nice, but if you are looking for something in particular you can probably find a more suitable one. Only complaint is that it doesn’t always seem to turn on at the lowest setting. This isn’t really a problem since you can turn it on higher and slow it down. I am not sure if I got one with a finicky switch or not. Regardless I would buy again.

    Got it from a local dealer because I didn’t want to wait for shipment, however amazon was cheaper.

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  2. 20 of 20 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Useful — Very Dangerous!, May 12, 2011
    By 
    Patrick W. Damiani (Huntsville, AL USA) –
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    This review is from: Dremel 300-1/24 300 Series Variable-Speed Rotary Tool Kit (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This is the first “dremel” tool I’ve ever owned. I’ve had it for less than a year, and I’ve already used it to do a variety of jobs around the house — mostly involving cutting openings in drywall. It is very durable and comes with basically one of each bit. Replacements are sold separately, like at Lowes. I’ve used it for lawn mower sharpening, cutting copper pipe, old-job box installs, etc.

    My only issue with this tool, and it may be true for all “dremel” tools across the board, is that there is no dead-man-switch. There is absolutely no safety on this device what so ever. Imagine if your corded/cordless electric drill had a top-mounted On-switch instead of a trigger. Or your circular saw just kept whirling away if you released your hand. Now, imagine what would happen if you just happened to drop it while using it. Yeah! That’s this tool! The bit spins so fast! This thing would easily go through flesh without even thinking about it. It could easily scratch and mark metal, wood, stone, plastic, anything! If you dropped it, it could easily mean the start of a very bad day!

    The first time I turned it on, the bit shot out across the room because I failed to tighten it. That was my error – I admit that. My pregnant wife was in the room at the time. No one was hurt, but that could have been a very different story. I’ve since taken very specific actions to use gloves, glasses, muffs, and make sure anyone not needed is well out of the way. All the safety equipment and forethought aside, you could still drop it accidentally. Slips a little, you instinctually react and reach for it. The device is rather small; your hand’s rather big. Boohoo for you.

    I’m not saying that you shouldn’t get it. I’m not saying all triggered power tools are toys by comparison. I’m just saying that this device isn’t exactly Little Timmy’s woodworking hobby. Be aware and take it seriously.

    Overall, I give it four stars. I would give it six stars if it had a trigger interface though.

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