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October 27, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros


Manufacturer: Dremel

Our reviews of the latest Dremel tools focus on their usefulness to hobbyists, DIYers, and makers. We let you know which products deliver helpful and innovative features. Dremel, once known for oscillating muti-tools, has now branched out into products like rotary tools, saws, and even 3D printers.

Dremel Innovations Portal Aims to Help Inventors

Dremel Innovations Portal Aims to Help Inventors

Are you an inventor? Dremel aims to help you realize your dream. Dremel is launching an Innovations Portal to source new concepts for innovative applications, products or technical solutions from its loyal fan base of enthusiasts, hobbyists and craftspeople. Dremel has created products for people working on precision projects for nearly 80 years. With its new Innovations Portal it […]

Dremel Universal Oscillating Adapter for Accessories

Dremel Universal Oscillating Adapter for Accessories

There seems to be a new trend in oscillating multi-tools, and we LOVE it. Bosch released their universal oscillating tool adapter last month, and Dremel, a sister company, has followed suit with their own MM300 Multi-Max Universal Adapter. Why is this good? First off, Dremel accessories are among the most prevalent and easily accessible products […]

Dremel 8200-1 Cordless Rotary Tool Review

Dremel 8200 Cordless Rotary Tool Review

Dremel has been the leader in the rotary tool market for some time, and the introduction of the new 8200 Lithium-ion Cordless Rotary Tool kit means that they now have an even wider appeal. While their existing lineup, including the popular Dremel 4000-2/30 High Performance Kit, is very capable, the 8200 allows a portability not found in previous incarnations from the company. Partially, this is because their other cordless tools, particularly the 7.2V MultiPro and 4.8V MiniMite, all fell short when it came to power and longevity. Even the 10.8V, while technically very similar to the 8200 in power and capacity, carried the same 3-hour charge time for its Lithium-ion batteries. Now, Dremel has borrowed from parent company Bosch, integrating their 12V Max technology, and bringing its latest cordless rotary tool’s recharge time down to a manageable one-hour.

Dremel 4000 drywall rotary cutting tools

Dremel 4000 Drywall Rotary Cutting Tool Kit Review

Rotary tools is what Dremel makes and now they are inching the bar higher with the release of their new High Performance 4000-2/30 Rotary Tool which comes with a bigger motor and over 30 accessories. The whole kit comes in a form fitting hard plastic storage case that keeps everything safe and organized when not in use. Outstanding performance and excellent quality are just some of the things we have come to expect from Dremel and this new Dremel High Performance Rotary Tool kit is no different.

Dremel Detail Abrasive Brush Review

Dremel Detail Abrasive Brush Review

Sanding is one of the most popular applications of a Dremel rotary tool. Dremel has come out with a new line of Detail Abrasive Brushes that make detail sanding a breeze! These new Dremel accessories provide just the right amount of abrasion to perfectly sand and restore odd shaped surfaces.

Dremel Multi-Max 6300 scraper

Dremel Multi-Max 6300 Oscillating Tool Kit Review

Anyone who is even minimally into tools has heard of Dremel. They make all sorts of polishing and cutting tools based on a rotary design. When Fein’s exclusive patent on their oscillating tool expired last year and other manufacturers were allowed to manufacture similar devices, Dremel was first on-board. Sure, an oscillating tool only rotates a total of 3 degrees, but it’s still technically a rotary tool, right? Not really, but who cares, these are very cool tools that do things no other tools on the market can do. With Dremel bringing theirs to market at under $100, they have made this tool very accessible to consumers.

Dremel 1200-01 Glue Gun

Dremel 1200-01 Glue Gun Kit

For those unfamiliar with the entire Dremel product line-up, you may not think of this company when considering the purchase of a glue gun. Dremel has been consistently positioning itself as a company focused on the hobbyist. How this manifests itself is through a selection of affordable tools that allow many different aspects of some of the more popular hobbies out there. In the case of the glue gun, Dremel is appealing to those working with anything from thick fabrics, to dried flowers, styrofoam, wood and plastic materials.

Dremel Minimite 750 kit

Dremel Minimite 750-02 4.8V Cordless Rotary Tool

If you ever used a Dremel tool then you’re probably a “believer”. If you ever used a Dremel tool but never used a cordless model, you’re definitely in for a treat that will bring a smile to your face. Dremel began as a simple rotary tool that was mainly for hobbyists and people working on little wood projects and creative toys or decorative items. With Dremel exploding their line-up to include router attachments, oscillating tools and sanders, the brand has taken on a lot more usefulness to a wider market. Now with rechargeable solutions, Dremel has truly made headway into the mass market.

Dremel 6300-01 Multi-Max

Dremel 6300-01 Multi-Max Oscillating Tool Kit

Dremel is well-known for their rotary tools, but the new Multi-Max oscillating tool may put a fresh smile on the face of those who ever wanted to plunge cut into a door jamb or easily remove nasty old caulk from around a sink or tub enclosure. The Multi-Max features multiple attachments that allow it to be used for cutting, grinding, sanding scraping and even grout removal. It’s the kind of tool that actually does something no other tool does, making difficult and otherwise messy jobs rather simple.

Dremel accessory kit

General Purpose Dremel Accessory Kit – 52pc with Case

If you are, or know, a hobbyist with a Dremel Tool you can’t really go wrong with this product. It delivers all sorts of polishing, grinding and carving tools to satisfy nearly any project DIYer. Know your audience, however, as this won’t be the perfect gift for that heavy-duty woodworker who uses the Dremel tool for custom routing or shaping.