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Dipping a Toe in the Water
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|Subject: Re: Do you Dremmel? Fri Dec 12, 2008 4:28 pm|| |
- Lost Soul wrote:
- Handy tool that can do just about everything or gimmicky toy that isn't particularly good at anything?
I own one but it doesn't really get a lot of use, mainly because I have
no shed or workshop. The few times I have used it it seemed a bit
Yes, I have one and use it occasionally. It came in handy a few
weeks ago for cutting through a heavy-duty bicycle padlock in less than
ten seconds, for which a hacksaw wasn't making any progress. I'll
have to admit that I probably don't use it as much as I could.
Maybe all of the attachments make it confusing.
I Really should be Working
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|Subject: Re: Do you Dremmel? Tue Dec 16, 2008 11:52 am|| |
I use it fairly often, but then I make art with it. Also, I've found it invaluable as a pine car tool. I have a cordless one, which is convenient, except when the battery dies, and you have to wait as it recharges. Also, I think the corded one may have a little more power.
They do make heavy-duty versions for professionals if you think one might use it suchly.
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