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 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.