The Dremel 4300 is the perfect addition to my shop and I loving having it around!
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The Dremel 4300 Series 1.8 Amp Corded Variable Speed Rotary Tool kit comes packed with a 407 EZ drum mandrel, 408-1/2 in. 60-grit sanding (3 pieces), 432 1/2 in. 120-grit sanding (4 pieces), 445 1/2 in. 240 grit sanding (3 pieces), EZ402 EZ lock mandrel, EZ411 EZ lock sanding disc - coarse (3 pieces), EZ412 EZ lock sanding disc - medium (3 pieces), EZ413 EZ lock sanding disc - fine (3 pieces), ez456 metal 1-1/2 in. Cut-Off Wheel (3 pieces), 107 1/8 in. engraving HS cutter, 191 1/8 in. high speed cutter, 561 spiral bit, 8193 5/8 in. aluminum oxide, 84922 3/16 in. silicon carbide, 932 3/8 in. aluminum oxide, 401 screw mandrel, 403 brush wheel, 414 felt polishing wheel (2 pieces), 421 polishing compound, 429 felt polishing wheel (2 pieces), 428 carbon brush wheel, 150 1/8 in. drill bit, 403 bristle brush, pivot light, shield, sanding / grinding guide, garden tool sharpener and cutting guide
TESTING THE DREMEL
I found it kind of hard to create this Dremel 4300 review because I was getting so caught up with all the attachments and having WAAAY to much fun with this thing, but this Dremel 4300 was pretty straight forward, easy to use, comfortable in my hand and in my opinion, a well made product. The Dremel 4300 has a slim, ergonomic body design that provides a comfortable 360-degree grip zone no matter how you hold it for extended ease of use. The noise level of the Dremel isn't too bad either. I was well pleased with this tool.
So this was my first time using a Dremel but the Dremel 4300 is the first Dremel rotary tool that allows tool-less and collet-less accessory changes with the inclusion of the three-jaw chuck. The chuck is compatible with all Dremel accessory shank sizes for fast and convenient accessory changes without ever using a wrench. I personally would prefer the chuck over a collet, so well done Dremel. I am a fan of the change.
I'm so glad this Dremel 4300 has variable speed; it definitely came in handy when I was sanding a smaller project and I'm sure it will be useful in the future. The speed control dial at the bottom of the Dremel was very easy to operate to switch between speeds.
So the fact that this Dremel comes with over 40 attachments/pieces just makes me excited about how many things I can get accomplished with this thing. Before I could finish one project I was thinking of 5 other things to do with this baby. It also comes with a pretty sweet carrying case.
HOW COULD IT BE BETTER?
Maybe I have been a little spoiled with all of the new cordless tools I have been getting but if this Dremel was cordless I think it would put the icing on the cake. It's already a great tool but I would love if this thing could be detached from it's ugly cord brother! HA!
Also, be sure to check out my post on six different ways to use a Dremel here.
The Dremel 4300 Series Rotary Tool Kit retails for $119.00 at the Home Depot.
SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES
The Dremel 4300 Rotary Tool Kit is protected by a two-year warranty.
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