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Dremel 4200 Rotary Tool Kit (4200-4/75)

by Dremel
18 customer reviews
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RRP: £139.99
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  • Full variable speed 5,000 - 33,000
  • 175W motor: for Maximum performance at all speeds
  • Dremel EZ Change - Easily pull levers for fast accessory change
  • Electronic feedback - for enhanced torque and performance
  • Soft Grip in all areas for comfortable working, better handling
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 4200
Item Weight2.4 Kg
Product Dimensions39.2 x 27.6 x 10 cm
Item model number4200
Power SourceCorded-electric
Wattage175 watts
Plug FormatG - 3 pin British
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 5,509 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 Kg
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Date First Available7 Oct. 2013

Product Description

Product Description

Dremel 4200 with an “EZ Change” System

Dremel, the inventor of the premium-quality high speed rotary tool system, presents the Dremel 4200 for maximum all-round performance. Cutting, grinding, routing, engraving and polishing with just one tool is even more fun now the Dremel 4200 makes switching accessories faster, easier, and more intuitive than ever.

The Dremel 4200 comes with a sturdy carrying case and 4 attachments with various uses. It also includes 75 high-quality Dremel accessories such as different grinding and cutting wheels, sanding bands, an EZ SpeedClic mandrel and wide range of other accessories.

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Power combined with precision

The Dremel 4200’s core component is its 175 watt high-performance motor and electronic feedback feature that ensures an automatic power boost at all times. Even for demanding tasks such as cutting metal profiles or tiles, the versatile multitool always delivers the power that is required. It packs punch yet weighs in at a mere 570 grams and sits comfortably and securely in your hand. An added bonus is the precision control for adjusting the speed continuously from 5,000 to 33,000 rpm.

EZ change
Dremel EZ change system

The Dremel 4200 is the first multitool to which accessories can be fitted without a wrench or a collet lock. The Dremel multitool uses the advanced EZ Change keyless system.

How it works

Simply pull back the two blue levers at the front of the tool simultaneously and you can, for example, remove the polishing felt and fit the sanding bands mandrel in its place. Then let go of the levers and the accessory is securely fixed. In a matter of seconds the multitool is ready for use again and the home improver is ready for the next step. The new EZ change system is compatible with over 100 Dremel accessories and attachments.

How to change
Perfect for beginners and experts alike

The Dremel 4200 is ideal for beginners or experts. This is because Dremel ensures that every tool meets the highest quality standards and optimises the users’ enjoyment and comfort while working, however complex or simple the task may be.

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Dremel quality and guarantee

Dremel products, as with all Bosch products, have a 2-year warranty. However, the quality of all Dremel tools means there is little likelihood of having to replace this tool. Dremel tools are built to last and maintain their high performance levels, while still being affordably priced.

Box Contains

1 x Dremel 4200
1 x Adapter & driver nut
1 x Comfort guard attachment
1 x Cutting guide attachment
1 x Line & circle cutter attachment
1 x Shaping platform attachment
75 x Genuine Dremel accessories
1 x Documentation
1 x Plastic carry case
1 x Welcome DVD

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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Jan. 2014
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I guess if you're considering a Dremel you're wondering why to buy this package--rather than a 4000 or cordless model. Well, you're basically paying the premium, here, for EZ-change fitting, which, to my eyes, isn't really worth it. A standard Dremel 4000 (which I already own) fitted with the cheap Dremel Chuck is just as quick to change, performs slightly better (35,000 RPM rather than 33,0000) and you can get them with better attachments for less price.

That said, this is a good quality Dremel and does come with some nice attachments and a good solid case. With it, you get:

The Line & Circle cutter:
Fairly obvious, but allows you to use your Dremel to cut lines and circles in appropriate material (plywood, balsawood etc.).

The shaping platform:
Great attachment, used for sanding or grinding edges at 45 or 90 degrees.

Cutting guide:
Useful for cutting freeform holes in chipboard, plasterboard or plywood etc.

Comfort guard attachment:
Used mainly for protecting you from sparks whilst grinding.

75 accessories (a decent selection, but missing some essentials--such as smaller (4mm) sanding bands/mandrel).

The EZ change itself (simply pull a switch, change tools and release again) is nice to use and is marginally faster than using a multi chuck. That said, though, the difference isn't huge and I would say the detailers grip and flexible shaft are far more desirable features to have, especially at the beginning.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. Berriman VINE VOICE on 11 July 2014
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This is a great starter product and good value for money. It is easy to put together, and easy to use if you know what you are doing. However if you have never used a dremel before then you will need to do some extra research. Also if you don't have them already, you will probably need protective glasses and a clamp.

This kit loses points because many of the fittings are listed as obsolete on the official website, now replaced with ez-click versions. Also if you are interested in cutting/engraving glass you will need another fitting.

Finally, although the case is good, all the discs etc are lumped in together which leaves them disorganised and since none are labelled a new user may find it hard to pick out the right ones.
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As the title suggests, there may as well not be an instruction manual, for all the help it is able to provide! I've noticed with many companies recently that they seem to be moving towards more pictorial instructions, however the diagrams provided are usually rather abstract. It is no different in this case, as in general, I had absolutely no idea what the diagram was trying to show. The CD provided wasn't much help either, as it didn't contain any tutorial videos for this particular product.

However, once you get over the lack of instructions, things start looking up, very rapidly. The actual drive shaft is very well made and the materials used ensure that it feels comfortable to grip. This is very important, as it could potentially be very dangerous to use, if a firm and safe grip could not be achieved. One thing I especially like is the ability to change the drive speed to a constant level (the range of speed differential is very surprising). It not great when you have to try and maintain a constant speed by only squeezing the trigger partially e.g. on a drill. This kit makes speed adjustments very easy!

It is also reasonable easy to change the attachments as they effectively clip on the the drive shaft. This is done by pulling back on the two blue clips at the top, and this will release the existing attachment and allow a new one to be inserted. It does require a reasonable amount of strength in the fingers to change the attachments however you can be safe in the knowledge that once the attachment is in, it's not going to fall back out again!

Included within this kit are a range of attachments including various sanding belts, a grindstone, grinding discs and polishing pads etc.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Crookedmouth on 9 Jan. 2014
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So, first impressions weren't great. I've never owned a Dremel before so there was bound to be some culture shock, but Dremel really didn't go out of their way to help me. The "instruction leaflet" is very poorly compiled; with a confusing layout, brief and unhelpful directions for using the attachments that are included in the box (none of which are adequately identified or explained anywhere that I could find) and vague references to accessories that aren't included.

I tried looking at the DVD and this is also not much help. A very large part of the problem is that the instructions and DVD both apply to a number of other models as well as the 4200, compounded but the fact that the 4200 is fundamentally different to the other models (by virtue of the chuck system). In the end, I got more useful information from the box itself which goes /some/ way to identifying the attachments that are included.

(and hey! If you're REALLY clever you might even think of looking on YouTube for some help. Check out the comments for a handy link)

Having raged, cursed and developed a throbbing headache, I managed to get the thing set up, popped in a random attachment and turned it on. Success!

My primary application for this tool is my plastic kit modelling, so the Dremel is a very expensive way to sand and cut Airfix-style styrene plastic. The lowest speed setting is the most appropriate for this as styrene melts quickly if you run the cutting or sanding disk at higher speeds. To be honest, even at the lowest setting, the sander is a little too fast so that care and some practise is needed.

That's OK though because the tool is so flexible that it should find plenty of applications in about-the-house DIY. I am expecting it to be a boon when tiling in particular as it can be used to cut tiles and clean out old grout. It may take some time for me to find other uses and I will update the review accordingly.
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