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Dremel Hobby 300 Series Tool (Old Version) (Old Version)

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  • New and unique design--improved ergonomics and increased comfort
  • Comfort switches--more comfortable when handling and better control
  • Second attachment interface to attach DREMELite
  • On-board wrench storage and integrated hang hook
  • Soft grip for reduced vibration and a better grip
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Technical Details
Item Weight1 Kg
Product Dimensions30.6 x 16 x 6.6 cm
Item model numberF0130300NL
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB002LARRRG
Best Sellers Rank 46,305 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 Kg
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Date First Available11 Aug. 2009
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Dremel 300-25: The Only Hobby Orientated Multi-Tool

The Dremel 300 series multi-tool is Dremel’s mid-range tool, ideal for medium-use DIY and hobby projects. This 300 series multi-tool has a versatile high speed motor which can be used to drive all Dremel accessories and attachments, including the 25 generic accessories which come complete with this Dremel 300-25 kit, letting you complete tasks such as engraving, grinding, sanding, polishing and much more.

Perfect for DIY and Hobby Projects

Whether it’s used for DIY or for hobby purposes, the 300 series combines functionality with creativity. Suitable for both robust and intricate work, this multi-tool is a must-have around the house. The tool is always reliable, whether it is being used regularly or occasionally.

The hobby applications that the 300 series can be used for include projects such as jewellery making and building model boats and planes. This Dremel multi-tool is perfect for getting to those hard to reach places, and is very effective when used for work needing fine detail. Some of the DIY tasks that this multi-tool can be used for include pipe cutting, re-slotting screws, or cleaning barbeques and garden furniture. The 300 series has a variable speed of 10,000-30,000 rpm with 10 staged settings allowing you to adjust the speed to accommodate any task.

 Features of the Dremel 300 series tool.
Features of the Dremel 300 series tool. Click here for a larger image.
Redesigned for Better Performance and Comfort

This 300 series model has been re-designed and developed for a better performance, with improved ergonomics and increased comfort. There is now softer grip around the tool, which reduces vibration and enables a safer grip. Additionally, the switches for speed and locking have been redesigned to be more comfortable when handling and to give better control.

Perfect for Beginners and Experts Alike

The Dremel 300 series is perfect 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.

Complete Dremel System with Additional Accessories

The 300 series in this kit is compatible with other Dremel accessories and attachments in the range. So, once the 300-25 kit has been acquired, adding to it is easy. It enables the user to do a wider range of tasks with the same tool, just by adding alternative accessories and attachments from the Dremel product range.

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 300 Series tool
  • 25 x Dremel genuine quality accessories
  • 4 x Creative engraving templates
  • 1 x Instruction manual
  • 1 x Welcome poster
  • 1 x Softbag


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    Customer Reviews

    4.3 out of 5 stars

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    88 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Nobody Famous on 15 Jun. 2010
    A great little tool that can be used on just about any material with the right attachments. I used mine mostly for shaping and sanding small wood projects and it's ideal. It works equally well on other materials.

    If, like me, you want to spend time on detail work then I strongly recommend investing in the Flexi Shaft which is a a tube with a small handle on the end. In fact Dremel produce a package with the 300 series tool the Flexi Shaft included in the same storage case. To use the Flexi Shaft, you attach the shaft, hang the Dremel from its hook (you can buy or make a hanger) or you can lay it down, and the power is transferred to the Flexi Shaft handle. The Dremel itself is a bit too big and heavy for really detailed work over a long period and the handle makes it easier to work with.

    There are a number of different Dremel tools and the 300 series is about mid-range in terms of power. It's ideal for detail work and most small DIY jobs. You should check the right model for you depending on what you want to use it for. The more powerful models are a bit bigger and heavier and more expensive. There is also a rechargeable cordless model although I've never used it so can't comment on how well it works.

    The attachments are interchangeable between models. It's possible to buy attachments not made by Dremel. I've used them and they're variable in quality. It's probably worth sticking to the genuine Dremel attachments as far as you can, as they last well and aren't too expensive.

    The only small criticism I have is not worth knocking off a star for. The instructions that Dremel provide aren't very clear and it might take a while to figure out how to get started, but once you've managed that it should be plain sailing.
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    32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By J. Davies on 14 Aug. 2010
    This is a great little tool, very well built and the bits supplied (although not many) are a lot better quality than the cheaper non dremel bits, for instance, you can cut a fair length of 1mm steel sheet before the blade is eaten up, cheapies tend to wear down a lot faster. The case is great and will protect it all when not in use, overall I am very impressed and so glad I paid the extra twelve or so pounds for the better make. If you need a multitool this is the one to get, others I have used just dont compare :o)
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    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Morris A Coleman on 2 Oct. 2010
    Am a model engineer, who has worn out three of the "cheap" drills in quick succession. They are rubbish...the only useful thing is the zillions of accessories you get with them. THEN, bought Dremel 300 =-----= this has plenty of power, and seems to take all I can throw at it. The price is 2 - 3 times a cheapie, but you gets what you pay for.
    I really can't fault this drill, and am so pleased to now have one that keeps going, and does what it says. Buy,Buy,Buy !!!! It's a beauty.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By N. Cooper on 18 Nov. 2011
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    This is a well made tool and the longer I have owned it, the more uses I have found for it. It is not too heavy but is more powerful than I expected and can handle nearly all the jobs I use it for. The accessories that come with it are useful but it is the wide range of extra attachments and tools that are available that really make it a great tool to have. The fact the carbon bushes are replaceable means it should have a long life in general use. Beware of a problem though, if you plan to grind a lot of metal, the metal dust can contaminate the switch and cause the tool to stick on high speed. It happened to me after about 6 months use. From searching the internet I am not the only one to have this problem. I stripped and cleaned the switch mechanism myself which fixed the issue although I wouldn't recommend this unless you are confident and competent with electronics. I am pretty sure Dremel would have sorted it under warranty, I just didn't want the hassle of sending it back. The fact that after I had this problem I still give a 4 star review shows how highly I think of the tool, it would have been 5 stars for sure otherwise.
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By E. Forster TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 Aug. 2011
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    This is my first rotary tool and I thought I would buy the best instead of a cheaper model.
    After reading other good reviews from other buyers I must agree with them on all points.
    The ratary tool itself is well made and does exactly what its supposed to and the only let downs are the chuck that is fitted and the lack of instructions.
    No matter how I try and tighten the chuck with the little spanner thats supplied the tool cannot grip the accessories enough,especially when some force is needed, so I will have to buy a keyless chuck. The ccessories are quite limited and to be honest I havent a clue what some of them are for and I would have thought some kind of information would have been given as just about all reviewers have the same opinion, I take it Dremel don't bother reading the reviews.
    It seems to be that a bit more effort from Dremel would go far, more communication with their customers and address the beginners as well as the seasoned hobbyist would be a better service, it gives the impression that Dremel think that you should be happy with a Dremel so just get on with it.
    The website is not for beginners either and doesnt go into geat detail about the accessories, which are a big point of buying a rotary tool.
    So because of Dremels ignorance I have given 4 stars instead of 5.
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