Dremel 7300-N/5 4.8V MiniMite Cordless Rotary Tool

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Dremel 7300-N/5 4.8V MiniMite Cordless Rotary Tool
MSRP : $44.99

Sale : $19.97
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Make the small tasks easier with this 7300-N/5 4.8v Dremel Rotary Tool, 7300-N/5 4.8v. It is compatible with any Dremel accessory and is cordless and ultra-portable for added convenience. This tool is an excellent choice for tackling most any household, hobby or small craft job. The Dremel cordless tool operates on two rotary speeds including 6,500 and 13,000 to better suit the task at hand. With the versatility that it offers, you can drill, sand, shape, detail and perform minor repair work at home, in the shop and in places where you will need some extra help. The MiniMite cordless rotary tool comes with a three-hour charger and a removable battery pack. This tool is easy to handle for fatigue-free use and easily fits even in smaller spaces for simple storage.
Dremel 7300-N/5 Rotary Tool:
  • 2-speeds: 6,500 and 13,000
  • Cordless
  • Removable battery pack
  • Dremel cordless tool: 3-hour charger with LED light
  • Compact and lightweight for easier handling and less fatigue


7300 for professional dog grooming

7300 for professional dog grooming is not effective. Initially it may work, but given even a month of wear, it is no longer worth using. I am so tired of being let down by dremel for this field. Our new dremel at work is the micro. It has a lot of nice features like the light at the end, the small size, and the adjustable speed. However not having removable batteries sucks. The charging stands are a pain. The dremels have to be played with for a few minutes to even get it to register that they are on the stand. Then you have no assurance that when you step away they will continue to charge. I want to love dremel, my husband as a carpenter loves dremel. I unfortunately am bound to them and their unthought out products because of this. Grooming is a large and growing industry, PLEASE come up with a REAL, EFFECTIVE, and DURABLE product for my industry. Requirements: Quiet Minimal vibrations Powerful Removable battery Light on the end Adjustable speed settings...NOT high low Not bulky Please make this for our industry. I would pay big bucks for a Dremel that fits this criteria.


Don't expect to get much done with this tool.

Unless you have a very specific reason to buy this, don't waste your money. Swing the extra $10 and get the corded version. This cordless version, while not bad in comparison to the corded version as far as effectiveness goes, leaves a lot to desire in the battery life. If you only need it for short amounts of time it's fine. But, if you plan to use it for more then 20 minutes, you are going to wish you had the plug in version. On a full charge you will get 20 to 30 minutes on low speed, 15-20 on high speed. And don't expect to get a full cycle out of it anyway. As the battery starts to lose charge you will also lose torque and performance is down hill from there. After that you're going to have to plug the battery back into the charger and wait 3 to 4 hours for it charge up again. A two hour job has taken me two days to complete. As far as features, it uses all the same attachments that the others use and it has two speeds, high and low. If you think that this is the one you need to get, please, talk yourself out of it and go for the plug in version. You'll thank yourself later.


Great tool for trimming dog toenails

I've always had an issue with trimming my dog's toenails. She's a 65 lb chow/husky mix, very sweet, but HATES having her nails trimmed. I adopted her when she was four, and her nails have always been longer than desirable, and it's a long process to get them shorter without causing pain to the dog. I was considering a PediPaws, but those "As Seen on TV" products tend to be pretty low quality, so I decided to fork out a little more money and get the Dremel. I couldn't be happier with it. I used to have to lay my dog on her side, and sit on the floor with one leg over her so she couldn't jerk her leg back when I was trimming her nails. After a couple of treatments with the Dremel, she'll lie still without resistance while I do her nails. Plus, if I ever want to use the tool for other things, I have that option, which you can't do with the PediPaws.


Love it, good for skiddish dogs

I like so many others got this for grinding my dogs' nails. I have 2 dogs. One is 100 lbs and hates the traditional clippers. I got tired of paying petsmart to grind/trim his nails. I got the dremel and I just tell him give me your paw, he obeys and I grind away. He doesn't even blink. I also have a small 15 pound dog who scared by loud noises. She was wary of this dremel at first. I just sat her in my lap, let her get used to the noise. Then I started grinding, the touch of it to her nail startled her and she tried to wriggle away. Once she realize it didn't hurt I was grinding with her in my lap and she was licking my face the whole time.


Great for groomers!

I love to use this tool for nail grinding dog's nails. They sell the same Dremel in pet stores(Only difference being there is a paw print on the front), but it is significantly more expensive. Works fast and efficiently. My one complaint about it is that the switch wears out and you have to toggle it to make it turn on, but this is probably due to consistant every day use!