dealsdrill master rotary tool kit - 80 piece set pediā€¦

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It's not a Dremel. Bad advertising

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Dremel is quality, this is dubious quality.

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Not Dremel, instead manufactured by "Drill Master".

Most of what Harbor Freight sells is cheap garbage. You save a few pennies but pay for it in the end.

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Drill Master would be a great porn name.

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looks like no speed control either. great for trashing stuff

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Folks - assuming you may already have a Dremel - this is worth the price just for the accessories alone (even if the drill is a piece of crap).

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@jaywhiting - no it's not. I've gotten stuff from HF before, and even the bits are crap. Dremel brand bits are dirt cheap, and if you really need a ton, get the 100$ kit at Home Depot, and then sell the dremel itself, and enjoy the 200$ worth of bits inside the kit, plus the awesome case.

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I just want to refinish some furniture around the house. Will this do for that?

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I buy HF tools all the time, have yet to have any issue with them, and I put them through hard abuse (600+ ft/lbs on a cheap ratchet, still going). However, this? No. I'll save for Dremel. No one compares to Dremel. Period.

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I have that kit. It sucks, no speed control, vibrates like hell. Although I got mine when it was still in a blow mold case. The stuff that comes in it is just look like good bits but suck. I've gone out and bought dremel bits and you can definitely tell the difference.

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@lfried: I buy from them occasionally when I just want something cheap that I dont care about. However there air fittings work just as well as any other ones out there.

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I own one of these, it is heavily under powered. If you use it for anything but polishing it will end up stalling and possibly breaking the tool. Changing tools is also a pain.

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I own this particular item. The bits are cheap and the motor is weak. It is not too bad if you are doing something that does not require you to put much pressure on it. If you do, the motor will slow to a stop. I had it for years before buying my Dremel; there were so many projects I could not do with it. Now that I have my Dremel, this thing is going to disappear from my tool set.

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@jaywhiting: You are correct, sir! This is a fantastic price for a set of accessories. Do yourself a favor and throw the piece-of-doodie drill away. You may be tempted to try it, but don't. At Home Depot a single accessory piece can run you $6-$7, and some projects require thrashing the accessory, so this deal is awesome. Great post, thanks!

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I owned one of these myself. The motor fried itself rather quickly. I bought it as a throwaway, however, as I was working on a pine derby car and didn't want to suck graphite powder into my good Dremel. the accessories aren't that bad, however, and I still use them.

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It's actually $9.99 plus shipping when you follow the link and it has nothing to do with pet grooming

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@kolada: DERP! Use the coupon code SHOP20 to get $2 off! Also, check the reviews on the site and you'll see others have used it for their doggies nails. Derp-dee-doo! Don't just skim the title of the deal; you gotsta read, mang!

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PLEASE DO NOT BUY THIS GARBAGE! I picked one up a while back at the local harbor freight for a smaller project I did not want to use my nice dremel for. This POS does not even have enough torque to cut through thin model plastic, and will struggle with simple things like cardboard. Please save yourself 8 bucks and wait until you can buy a dremel.

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Go to Harbor Freight for things like furniture dolleys. (The ones I saw at Home Depot were horribly warped...) Or for forceps. Or something else that can be made cheaply and still be of good quality.

Don't go there for power tools and (most) other high dollar items.

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I own this product already and i wouldn't recommend it to anyone. Horrible quality

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@antnip I prefer my porn name. "The Stimulus Package."

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@bsmith1: Thanks.

Also, I thought "dremel" was just the term for this type of tool. Didn't know it was a brand name and was trying to be helpful with keywords. Either way, I doubt if anyone is expecting something hardcore for $14 shipped.
Anyway, Pedi-Paws worked great for my dogs' nails and it was only about $9 from DealExtreme. Just sick of replacing batteries and this seems like it'll get the job done.

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@thewronggrape: No problem! I flamed that guy good, eh? Burn!

I actually bought one of these after seeing your deal posted. The shipping cost was a bit high, but I think it'll work nicely for what I have in mind, so thank you!

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@maciejewskim:
It's not the torque its the cutting blade they included sucks. go out and buy the dremel ones and you'll be happy for light duty work with this. Derby cars are probably perfect for this.

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it's a good deal if you already own a dremel, $8 for those bits and blades alone is a good deal, just toss the drill.

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Got mine yesterday and used it for a bit today. There's a lot of attachments! Don't know what I'd do with them all. I'm just using the coarse sander one to grind down my dogs' nails. What I noticed is that the motor is very loud and scares one of my dogs half to death. I could only get through 1 and a half paws before I gave up and let her squirm away. My other dog didn't like it either but I was able to do her front paws completely. Thinking of trying out one of the stone mounted heads to see if that'll work faster on the nails but I don't know much about these accessories.