On the third day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…
Dremel has been around for over 75 years and is the leader in rotary tools. With over 150 attachments, there almost isn’t a job that the Dremel can’t handle.
This fall Dremel introduced their newest tool, the Dremel 4000, a new top-of-the-line corded rotary tool. This is their highest performing and most versatile rotary tool yet. Dremel sent me my very own Dremel 4000 with attachments and carrying case to review. The first thing I like about this tool is that it is already compatible with all of the current Dremel attachments so if you already have some attachments, you won’t have to replace them.
Along with the Dremel 4000, I received a number of attachments including a circle cutter, sanding grinding guide and numerous smaller attachments such as engraving cutters, wire brushes, sanding accessories and Tungsten carbide cutters to name a few. It also came with some extra sanding pads. The instructions, manual and product sheet that came along with it is very easy to follow and everything is stored in a solid carrying case for easy storage. I found the Dremel 4000 to be lightweight and easy to handle.
My husband reviewed the Dremel and gave me his two cents that I want to include here. He said when he first looked at everything it was a little overwhelming (the tool and all of the attachments) but the tool is user friendly and he was quickly able to learn which attachment did what. He also said it’s easy to grip and packs plenty of power into a small package – his words, not mine! You can even use this tool to sharpen your lawn mower blades.
This is a great gift for any wood worker or handyman/woman and the Dremel 4000 sells for a suggested retail price from $79 to $99 everywhere Dremels are sold. Considering all of the different jobs you can tackle with the numerous attachments and more than 150 available accessories, it is definitely a tool worth owning.
Can you think of any projects you might need this for?
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.